Coaching For Bar Council Examination


COACHING FOR BAR COUNCIL EXAMINATION

COURSE OUTLINE:

“The Lawyers and Jurists”- one of the reputed law firms in the country has introduced intensive coaching for the examinee of Bangladesh Bar Council Examination for enrollment as an Advocate. Highly reputed lawyers, Barristers& Advocates, in their respective fields will take the classes. In the duration of 3 (three) months, 24 classes including continual examinations on each subject shall insist you to feel the difference of coaching. Classes will be taken in a Corporate Chamber where you will get the opportunity to meet the environment of practicing law in corporate arena. A consolidate amount of TK. 15000.00 (taka fifteen thousand) may not seem to you that much when you feel confident as to your preparation of upcoming examination.

Only 10 (ten) persons will get such an opportunity to participate in the coaching as question of our reputation is a mammoth asset. Candidate will be selected by taking an examination conducted by “The Lawyers & Jurists”. Application form is available on the reception on requisite payment. Think wise, be confident. Ease your way to be an Advocate. Be a member of a Royal Profession.

GROUP-A: CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE, 1908 (Marks-16)

Section 2 : Definition

Sections 9 to 12 : Jurisdiction and Res Judicata

Sections 15 to 20 : Place of Suing

Sections 22 to 24 : Power of transfer of suits

Sections 38, 39 & 48 : About Execution of decree

Sections 96,97,104,105 & 107: Appeal from decree

Order (See Order 41, Rules 1 to 6 and Order 43 Rule 1)

Section 114; Review (See Order 47 Rule 1)

Section 115 : Revision

Section 144 : Restitution

Section 151 : Inherent Power of Court

Order 6 Rule 17: Amendment of pleadings

Order 7 Rules 1 to 15 : Plaint

Order 8 Rules 1 to 8 :Written Statement and set off

Order 23 Rules 1 to 3 :Withdrawal & adjustment

Order 38 Rules 5 to 12 : Attachment before judgment

Order 39 Rules 1 to 4: Temporary injunction

Order 40 Rule 1: Appointment of Receiver.

GROUP-B: SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT, 1877 (Marks-16)

Section 9 : Suit for possession

Sections 12 to 17 : Contracts which may be specifically enforced

Sections 21 & 22 : Contracts not specifically enforced and discretion of court

Sections 39 & 40 : Cancellation of instrument

Section 42 : Declaration of status or right

Section 45 : Power to order to do specific acts.

Sections 52 to 57 : Injunctions.

GROUP-C: CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE, 1898 (Marks-16)

Section 4 : Definitions

Section 6 : Classes of criminal courts

Sections 9,10,12, & 14 : Court of Session, District Magistrate, Subordinate Magistrate & Special Magistrates

Sections 107 to 110 : Security for keeping the peace and for good behavior

Section 144 : Temporary order in urgent cases.

Sections 145 & 146 : Dispute as to immovable property

Sections 154 & 155 : Information in cases

Sections 172 & 175 : Diary investigation, Report of police officer

Sections 200 to 205 :Complaints to Magistrates & Commencement of Proceeding.

Sections 241 to 249 : Trial of summons cases.

Sections 404 to 410, 412 to 414, 417 to 420: Appeals.

Sections 435, 436, 438, 439 and 439A: Reference and revision

Section 476: Procedure in cases in section 195

Section 488 :Order for maintenance of wives and children

Sections 496 to 498 and 498A : Bail

Sections 526, 526B and 528 : Transfer of cases

GROUP-D: PENAL CODE, 1860 (Marks-16)

Sections 34 & 35 :Common intention, when such act is criminal

Sections 96 & 97: Right of private defence

Section 107: Abatement

Section 149 : Prosecution of common object

Sections 299, 300, 301, 304 & 304A: Offence affecting life

Sections 319 to 322, 324 & 326 : Hurt

Sections 339 & 340: Wrongful restraint and confinement

Sections 359 & 362 : Kidnapping & abduction

Section 375 : Rape

Sections 378 to 380 : Theft

Section 383 : Extortion

Sections 390, 391, 394 & 396 : Robbery & dacoity

Sections 403 & 405: Dishonest misappropriation & breach of trust

Sections 415, 416 & 420 : Cheating

Section 425 : Mischief

Sections 441 & 446 : Criminal trespass

Sections 463 & 464: Forgery.

GROUP-E: (Marks-16)

(i) LIMITATION ACT, 1908

Section 3: Suits to be dismissed if instituted after limitation

Section 5 : Extension of period

Section 6 : Legal disability

Section 12 : Exclusion of time in legal proceeding

Section 14 : Exclusion of time spent bonafide in other forum

Section 18 : Effect of fraud

Section 19 : Effect of acknowledgment

Section 20 : Effect of payment

Section 23 : Continuing breaches and wrongs.

Section 29 : Savings.

(ii) EVIDENCE ACT, 1872

Section 17 : Admission

Sections 24 to 26 Confession

Sections 32 & 33: Statement of persons who cannot be called as witness

Sections 59 & 60 : Oral evidence

Sections 61 & 63 : Documentary evidence

Sections 74 & 75 : Public & Private document

Sections 101 to 106 and 114, 115: Burden of proof and presumption, estoppel

Sections 137 to 142, 145,146,151, 152, 155, 157 and 159 : Examination of witness.

GROUP-F : (Marks-20)

Ethics, Bar Council Rules and Legal Decisions

Rules of Professional Etiquette.

Functions, formation and power of the Bangladesh Bar Council and difference between Bar Council & Bar Association.

Legal decisions and reports.

If you believe that you have confident to go through an immense pressure of preparing yourself, contact with the following address:

For: The Lawyers & Jurists

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