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Subodh Law College Entrance Test (SLCET – 2024) Overview
Particular Details
Mode of Exam Offline
Type of Questions Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Exam Date Sunday, 23 June 2024
Time 10 AM to 12 PM (2 hours)
Venue S.S. JAIN SUBODH LAW COLLEGE sector-5 Shipra Path, Behind Metro Mas Hospital Mansarovar , Jaipur 302020
Total Number of Questions 75
Maximum Marks 150
Negative Marking No
Breakdown of SLCET Syllabus
Subject No. of Questions Marks
English Language 30 60
Logical Reasoning 15 30
Legal Awareness 30 60
Syllabus in Detail
Subject Particulars
English Language 1. Synonyms 2. Antonyms 3. Tense 4. One Word Substitution 5. Direct & Indirect Speech 6. Idioms 7. Proverbs 8. Phrases 9. Active & Passive Voice 10. Reading Comprehension
Syllabus of Logical Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude Ratios and Proportions Profit and Loss Time and Work Average Speed and Distance Alphanumeric Series Reasoning Analogies Blood Relations Coding-Decoding Odd One Out Pattern Series and Sequences Seating Arrangements Statement and Assumptions Syllogism.
Legal Awareness, Legal Reasoning Passages of up to 450 words each will be provided. The passages will be derived from news, journalistic sources and other non-fiction writing. The questions may include an examination of legal information or knowledge discussed in or related to the passage, but would not require any additional knowledge of the law beyond the passage. Each passage will be followed by a series of questions that will require you to demonstrate your awareness of various aspects of current affairs and general knowledge of the current legal scenario.
The questions may relate to factual situations or scenarios involving legal matters, public policy questions or moral philosophical enquiries. The students will be required to apply such rules and principles to various fact situations and understand how changes to the rules or principles may alter their application to various fact situations.

Question paper pattern Sample

English Language
Antonyms and Synonyms:

1. What is the antonym of the word 'Generous'?

  1. Stingy
  2. Kind
  3. Humble
  4. Polite

2. Rewrite this sentence in the past tense: "They are going to the park."

  1. They went to the park.
  2. They has gone to the park.
  3. They were going to the park.
  4. They had gone to the park.
Direct – Indirect Speech:

3. Convert this sentence into indirect speech: "She said, 'I am reading a book.'"

  1. She said that she was reading a book.
  2. She said that she is reading a book.
  3. She says that she was reading a book.
  4. She said that she had read a book.
Idioms and Phrases:

4. What does the idiom 'break a leg' mean?

  1. To cause an injury
  2. To interrupt someone
  3. To make someone laugh
  4. To wish someone good luck
Logical Reasoning

1. All dogs are mammals. All mammals are animals. Are all dogs animals?

  1. Yes
  2. no
  3. Cannot be determined
  4. None of the above
Series (Alphanumeric, Pattern:

2.What comes next in the series: A, C, E, G, ___?

  1. I
  2. H
  3. K
  4. j
Blood Relations:

3. If A is the brother of B, what is B to A?

  1. Brother
  2. Sister
  3. Cousin
  4. Sibling
Legal Awareness
Almost three years after the Supreme Court dismissed petitions seeking to decriminalise defamation, there are fresh attempts to sanitise the law often used against political adversaries, journalists and activists to silence legitimate criticism. In its manifesto released on April 2, the Congress promised to decriminalise defamation to render it a mere civil wrong. Rejecting the constitutional challenge launched by Congress president Rahul Gandhi, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and BJP leader Subramanian Swamy against Sections 499 and 500 of Indian Penal Code (criminal defamation), the top court had in May 2016 said: “Right to free speech cannot mean that a citizen can defame the other. Protection of reputation is a fundamental right. It is also a human right. Cumulatively it serves the social interest.”

A Bench headed by the then Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, had said: “One cannot be unmindful that right to freedom of speech and expression is a highly valued and cherished right but the Constitution conceives of reasonable restriction. In that context, criminal defamation, which is in existence in the form of Sections 499 and 500 of IPC, is not a restriction on free speech that can be characterised as disproportionate.” Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution guarantees right to freedom of speech and expression. But defamation is one of the eight grounds listed as reasonable restrictions on right to free speech under Article 19(2) of the Constitution. In simple language, defamation means harming someone’s reputation by making a false and derogatory statement against that person without any lawful justification. It can be by publication of spoken or written words or by visual representation and a single statement can result in both civil and criminal defamation. But to constitute criminal defamation, intention to harm reputation is a must. What is important is that even truth is not a complete defence in criminal defamation as it’s qualified by public good.

Section 500 of IPC prescribes a maximum two-year jail term and fine for criminal defamation.

From the passage given answer the following questions(1-2)

1. In the context of the given passage, the phrase “sanitize the law” means?

  1. Repealing the law
  2. Amending the law
  3. Amending the law to rectify its shortcomings
  4. None of the above

Answer key: (c)

2. A “constitutional challenge” to the law to defamation means?

  1. Challenging the law to be in violation of provisions of the Constitution
  2. Challenging the law by approaching the court under provisions contained in the Constitution
  3. Both (a) and (b)
  4. B. R. Ambedkar

Answer key: (c)

3.The government is planning a major crackdown against those involved in wildlife crimes?

  1. People involved in wildlife crimes are not punished severely now.
  2. Wildlife crimes have become very rampant.
  1. if only assumption I is implicit.
  2. if only assumption II is implicit.
  3. if either I or II is implicit.
  4. if both I and II are implicit.

Answer key: (d)

4. Lex loci means?

  1. Law of a place
  2. Italian laws
  3. Domestic laws
  4. Latin regulations

Answer key: (a)

Subodh Law College Entrance Test (SLCET) Preparation Resources
Subodh Law College encourages students to prepare for the SLCET thoroughly to ensure success. Here are some free online resources to aid your studies:
English Language:
  1. British Council: Offers a wide range of interactive English language resources. Check out their exercises on grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Click Here
  2. BBC Learning English: Provides daily content that covers all aspects of English language learning. Click Here
Logical Reasoning:
  1. Indiabix: Offers logical reasoning questions and answers with explanation for interview, competitive examination and entrance test. Click Here
  2. HitBullsEye: Provides a large repository of logical reasoning questions and solutions Click Here
Legal Awareness (India):
  1. Legal Service India: A comprehensive portal for legal information in India. Click Here
  2. IndianKanoon: Provides free access to laws, acts, and legal judgments of India. Click Here
English Reading Comprehension:
  1. British Council: Offers a variety of reading texts about different topics to improve reading skills. Click Here
  2. • ReadTheory: Provides comprehension exercises tailored to your individual reading level. Requires a free sign-up.Click Here
Please use these resources wisely and start your preparation early. Good luck with your SLCET preparation!
Remember to check the official Subodh Law College website regularly for updates on the exam.
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