An LSAT-India applicant will now be eligible to seek admissions for the prestigious Daksha Fellowship, India’s first law, policy and business fellowship program. LSAT-India 2021 is administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) to enable law school aspirants to apply to renowned legal educational institutions in India.
The LSAT-India 2021 tests conducted by LSAC Global will be held online this year from 25th March. Law aspirants can take the LSAT-India 2021 tests from home this year as well. Due to ongoing pandemic, the law entrance test will be remote-proctored. The test will assess an aspirant’s skills in analytical reasoning, logical reasoning and reading comprehension.
Daksha Fellowship, a one-year residential program based out of Chennai, accepts CLAT PG, Daksha Fellowship Admissions Test (DFAT), or LSAT India, as part of its admissions process. Round 1 of the application process for the fellowship concluded on January 31, 2021. The deadline for round 2 of applications is March 31, 2021. The fellowship is a one-year program with a contemporary curriculum formulated by internationally renowned faculty in collaboration with leading legal practitioners and industry experts. This fellowship is ideal for young and mid-career lawyers, public policy professionals and other graduates with a background in law.
Daksha Fellowship offers two specializations – Technology Law and Policy and Disputes and Regulatory Practice. These specializations have been crafted to train professionals for a rapidly growing technology sector, a highly regulated political economy, and a fast-changing dispute resolution landscape in India.
The registration for the LSAT-India tests can be done here