Master of Business Laws from NLSIU Bangalore, India


arorasid
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SAnand8
Thank you for your prompt replies Mr.Arora..Let me give it a try..Yet to start preparing,thats what makes me think over..

Take a guess....
Yes I do
Hi Arora,

Thank you very much for your response.Your answer seems to be very pin pointed and honest,and not a just for sake feed back..thanks for that..and one more question,would you still advise me to write all the papers in June 2011?
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Thank you for your prompt replies Mr.Arora..Let me give it a try..Yet to start preparing,thats what makes me think over..

<blockquote>Take a guess....
Yes I do
<blockquote>Hi Arora,

Thank you very much for your response.Your answer seems to be very pin pointed and honest,and not a just for sake feed back..thanks for that..and one more question,would you still advise me to write all the papers in June 2011?
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SAnand8
Hi Arora,

U have completed all the 5 papers in 1st yr of MBL right?R u taking up exams next month?

Thanks
Hi Arora,

U have completed all the 5 papers in 1st yr of MBL right?R u taking up exams next month?

Thanks
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sidd is it possible to give 1st yr and 2nd yr papers together? I thought u had to complete first yr papers in order to give 2nd yr papers

I have completed 3 papers of first year, and yes I am taking remaining 7 papers next month in Pune, though I have still not studied for the same due to personal commitments.

Siddharth
Hi Arora,

sidd is it possible to give 1st yr and 2nd yr papers together? I thought u had to complete first yr papers in order to give 2nd yr papers

<blockquote>I have completed 3 papers of first year, and yes I am taking remaining 7 papers next month in Pune, though I have still not studied for the same due to personal commitments.

Siddharth
<blockquote>Hi Arora,

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prasaddg
Hi Siddharth and all,

I sent out the application for MBL 2011-2013..Thanks for your suggestions and posts on this forum..I would like to know where can I get study material or notes? I saw some question papers and they mention certain sections of IPC laws..will I need any specific law books to study these subjects? please help in this regard..thanks a lot..after reading Siddharth's comments, I also feel like appearing for first year exams in June 2012..and not appear for everything at one time..
Course material guidance is requested..thanks ..Prasad
Hi Siddharth and all,

I sent out the application for MBL 2011-2013..Thanks for your suggestions and posts on this forum..I would like to know where can I get study material or notes? I saw some question papers and they mention certain sections of IPC laws..will I need any specific law books to study these subjects? please help in this regard..thanks a lot..after reading Siddharth's comments, I also feel like appearing for first year exams in June 2012..and not appear for everything at one time..
Course material guidance is requested..thanks ..Prasad
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arorasid
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prasaddg
Thank you very much Siddharth.. You think course material from NLSIU and bare acts would be enough??
Thank you very much Siddharth.. You think course material from NLSIU and bare acts would be enough??
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arorasid
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i completed MBL in 2006 along with my L.L.B and I think MBL is a cake walk. All it requires is some dedication. We also used to have projects and assignments. The projects were easy but the assignments were really very difficult. But the advantage we had is that we didnt have all the eggs in the same basket so the marks were spread amongst assignments, projects, viva and exam.

The thing with MBL is that u have to stick to it and be determined to complete it on time because if u dont u never will be able to finish it. A lot of us joined MBL but many of my fnrds just left it after paying the fee and many who gave failed and never bothered to give the exams again.

Since I was studying in Pune, I didnt attend any of the contact classes and that time the slides were not uploaded on to the website. What I realised while giving the papers was that most of the questions came from the slides. We used to have a 3 hr lecture in the morning before the exam and the lecturer would touch upon some points and all those points wud come in the exam.

My sincere advice is to pay a lot of attention to the presentations and slides because the material is really outdated especially environmental law where most of the questions (atleast in my time) came from outside the book and from the lecturer's slides.
i completed MBL in 2006 along with my L.L.B and I think MBL is a cake walk. All it requires is some dedication. We also used to have projects and assignments. The projects were easy but the assignments were really very difficult. But the advantage we had is that we didnt have all the eggs in the same basket so the marks were spread amongst assignments, projects, viva and exam.

The thing with MBL is that u have to stick to it and be determined to complete it on time because if u dont u never will be able to finish it. A lot of us joined MBL but many of my fnrds just left it after paying the fee and many who gave failed and never bothered to give the exams again.

Since I was studying in Pune, I didnt attend any of the contact classes and that time the slides were not uploaded on to the website. What I realised while giving the papers was that most of the questions came from the slides. We used to have a 3 hr lecture in the morning before the exam and the lecturer would touch upon some points and all those points wud come in the exam.

My sincere advice is to pay a lot of attention to the presentations and slides because the material is really outdated especially environmental law where most of the questions (atleast in my time) came from outside the book and from the lecturer's slides.
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sachdevar
hi, Can someone share answers to previous years question paper??? I could only find June2010 answers.
hi, Can someone share answers to previous years question paper??? I could only find June2010 answers.
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prasaddg
Thank you very much Siddharth and Tanushree..
Thank you very much Siddharth and Tanushree..
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Sir,

I am a PGDBA in finance from SCDL, Pune, I am presently involved in my family business of manufacturing. I want to pursue further studies that would add to my knowledge and help me in my business as well. Kindly tell me is it possible to clear exams, if one studies for 1-2 months for 2-3 hours daily. Is it difficult to clear exams, if we dont attend the classes held at bangalore. I am very bad at remembering sections, will that create any difficulties in exams.

How many exams should one appear for, in one go??
Sir,

I am a PGDBA in finance from SCDL, Pune, I am presently involved in my family business of manufacturing. I want to pursue further studies that would add to my knowledge and help me in my business as well. Kindly tell me is it possible to clear exams, if one studies for 1-2 months for 2-3 hours daily. Is it difficult to clear exams, if we dont attend the classes held at bangalore. I am very bad at remembering sections, will that create any difficulties in exams.

How many exams should one appear for, in one go??
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@vipul hey buddy let me see if i can help you out....
watever i hav been reading frm various posts by all, especially most notable 1's lyk arorasid and legalindia; 1 thing is fr sure, if u put in dedicated efforts in MBL u r bound 2 clear and succeed.... then the passing percentage and all other fallacies can go for a ride...

attending the contact classes at bangalore is newaz not mandatory........ even if u dont attend dose sessions, it would not hamper ur chances of clearing the papers (m saying all dis coz hav read all d posts by arorasid and legalindia thoroughly, and i myself m planning 2 enrol fr 2011-13 sessn)...

i wont b abl 2 answer ur last question... but it will b answered by sum1 in due course of time, m sure...

as far as ur penultimate questn goes, even i face d same problem buddy... but most of my frnds who hav already dun LLB say dat Law is nt dat tough if u understand dose concepts... no need 2 mug up things (and i bet u cant even)... so all the best buddy fr ur future endeavours... m sure u wud do well dont worry.....

regards,
Nikhil
@vipul hey buddy let me see if i can help you out....
watever i hav been reading frm various posts by all, especially most notable 1's lyk arorasid and legalindia; 1 thing is fr sure, if u put in dedicated efforts in MBL u r bound 2 clear and succeed.... then the passing percentage and all other fallacies can go for a ride...

attending the contact classes at bangalore is newaz not mandatory........ even if u dont attend dose sessions, it would not hamper ur chances of clearing the papers (m saying all dis coz hav read all d posts by arorasid and legalindia thoroughly, and i myself m planning 2 enrol fr 2011-13 sessn)...

i wont b abl 2 answer ur last question... but it will b answered by sum1 in due course of time, m sure...

as far as ur penultimate questn goes, even i face d same problem buddy... but most of my frnds who hav already dun LLB say dat Law is nt dat tough if u understand dose concepts... no need 2 mug up things (and i bet u cant even)... so all the best buddy fr ur future endeavours... m sure u wud do well dont worry.....

regards,
Nikhil
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arorasid
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Sir,
Thanks for an early reply.
Please tell me the pattern of question paper.

Do we need to write long answers.

If possible please provide us a copy of solved question paper so that one can judge how to write answers.
Lets go point wise
1. 60days*3 hours YES u can clear, but again it depends on u
2. No need to attend classes, but then do download the presentations on NLS website and go through them thoroughly, as they and old papers help the most
3. Even I do not remember any section, still I cleared three papers with 20 days of 2 hours study per day. Only thing do read about various laws as second year requires study much beyond NLS material.
4. No of exams depends on ur ability and preparation.

Sir,

I am a PGDBA in finance from SCDL, Pune, I am presently involved in my family business of manufacturing. I want to pursue further studies that would add to my knowledge and help me in my business as well. Kindly tell me is it possible to clear exams, if one studies for 1-2 months for 2-3 hours daily. Is it difficult to clear exams, if we dont attend the classes held at bangalore. I am very bad at remembering sections, will that create any difficulties in exams.

How many exams should one appear for, in one go??
Sir,
Thanks for an early reply.
Please tell me the pattern of question paper.

Do we need to write long answers.

If possible please provide us a copy of solved question paper so that one can judge how to write answers.
<blockquote>Lets go point wise
1. 60days*3 hours YES u can clear, but again it depends on u
2. No need to attend classes, but then do download the presentations on NLS website and go through them thoroughly, as they and old papers help the most
3. Even I do not remember any section, still I cleared three papers with 20 days of 2 hours study per day. Only thing do read about various laws as second year requires study much beyond NLS material.
4. No of exams depends on ur ability and preparation.

<blockquote>Sir,

I am a PGDBA in finance from SCDL, Pune, I am presently involved in my family business of manufacturing. I want to pursue further studies that would add to my knowledge and help me in my business as well. Kindly tell me is it possible to clear exams, if one studies for 1-2 months for 2-3 hours daily. Is it difficult to clear exams, if we dont attend the classes held at bangalore. I am very bad at remembering sections, will that create any difficulties in exams.

How many exams should one appear for, in one go??
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