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Updated on - Feb 23rd, 2018 | 12:56 PM by Vishnu Kausthub
About: Common Law Admission Test is one of the most important entrance examinations to gain admission in the top law colleges in India. It is also known as CLAT 2018 nationwide by law aspirants.CLAT 2018 is conducted as per a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the Benefit of the students searching admission to various National Law Universities in the country.
Authority: The responsibility of Conducting CLAT 2018 is given to a particular NLU Institution every year. CLAT 2018 is conducted by National Law Universities (NLUs) in India. There is a total of 19 NLUs in the country.
Frequency: The CLAT 2018 will be conducted once a year.
Seats and Exam Pattern: There are around 1100 seats in NLUs all over the country. The CLAT 2018 examination is conducted every year by 19 Law Universities in India in which a candidate’s skills are tested based on multiple choice questions(MCQ) asked from different subjects such as General Knowledge, Mathematics, English, Legal, and logical reasoning.
Attempts: There is no restriction on the number of attempts for CLAT.
Common Law Admission Test
13th May 2018
LLB Seats(UG Law Courses)
National Law Universities (NLUs)
Exam Date: The online exam for CLAT 2018 will be going to held on 13th may 2018 from 3 PM to 5 PM. Applicants those who want to apply can check the details given below.
Application form: Candidate can fill the application form for CLAT 2018 Exam from 1st January 2018 on the official website.
Admit Card: Candidates can download CLAT 2018 admit Card from the official website on 20th April 2018.
Further Description: To know all the CLAT 2018 important dates click here.
Minimum marks: Those candidates who have passed Class XII with a minimum of 45% marks are allowed to appear for the CLAT 2018 examination.
Age Criteria: The maximum age limit for CLAT 2018 exam is 20 years for the general, NRI and NRI sponsored category students. But, the maximum age limit is 22 years for the candidates belonging to the SC/ST/ OBC/Specially Abled Persons (SAP) category.
Additional Details: To know more about CLAT 2018 eligibility criteria click here.
Documents Required: In CLAT 2018 Application form Applicants need to upload the Scanned copy of Photograph and Signature.Size should of the Image not be more than 100 KB. It should be in JPEG or PDF format.
Secondary Details: For the detailed stepwise procedure to submit CLAT 2018 application form click here.
Mode & Maximum Marks: The CLAT 2018 examination will be conducted in online mode and the examination will be for 200 marks.
Duration: The candidates will get 2 hours to complete CLAT 2018 examination.
ID Proof: Candidates need to carry ID Proof (Aadhar Card, Pan Card, License) along with the CLAT 2018 Admit Card.
Authorization: Any discrepancies in the Admit Card should be brought to the examination authorities immediately.
Availability of exam centre: CLAT 2018 will be conducted across 66 Cities around India.(approx)
Election: Students Appearing for CLAT 2018 can Select 3 centres while filling the Application form.
Locations: To know more about exam centres with a map view for CLAT 2018 click here.
Subjects: CLAT 2018 syllabus consists of topic related to English, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, Elementary Mathematics, Legal Aptitude.
Topics: English - Vocabulary, proficiency, usage errors. Mathematics - Arithmetic, commercial maths, modern maths. GK - Current affairs. Legal Aptitude, Logical reasoning - Reasoning test, logical test.
PDF: To download the CLAT 2018 examination syllabus PDF and know more about syllabus click here.
Credentials: Applicants need to enter there Login ID and password to check CLAT 2018 results.
Counselling registration: The candidates will have to pay the counselling fees and register on the CLAT 2018 official for the counselling process.
Selection: The candidates can refer the cut-off list college wise which is available on the official website in order to apply for the required college.
Adress: Sidhuwal campus, Bhadson Road, Patiala-147 006 (Punjab)
Toll-Free Number: 1800-1200-711
Reporting Time: The candidate is Advised to report to the exam venue as per the reporting time mentioned on the admit card.
Note: Candidates are not allowed to enter in the examination hall after the commencement of examination.
Rough Work: Scratch papers are provided to all candidate for rough work at the examination hall. Rough work cannot be done any other paper sheet, as nothing will be allowed inside the testing room. Upon completion of the test, candidates will have to hand back all the scratch paper to the administrator.
Personal Belongings: The candidate is not allowed to carry any personal belongings to the CLAT 2018 exam centre including but not limited to wrist-watch, cell phones, calculators, etc., In case of candidate carry the personal item, it will have to be kept outside the examination hall at your own risk. The examination centre will not responsible for any loss or damage of such items.
Punctual: If the candidate completes the exam before the scheduled end time, he/she will not be allowed to leave the exam hall. The candidate is allowed to leave the exam only after the scheduled three hours of the exam are over.
Photograph and Signature: Candidates should ensure that the signatures appended and photographs uploaded by them in their Application Form and Admit Card should be identical and there should be no variation of any kind.
Registration: Registration for CLAT 2018 start on 1st January 2018 to 31st March 2018.
Admission: CLAT 2018 admission Start in the Fourth week of May 2018 to First Week of July 2018.
Admit Card: Admit Card can be downloaded from 20th April 2018.
Exam Date: CLAT 2018 Examination begins on 13th May 2018.
Result: The result of CLAT 2018 will be announced on 31st May 2018.
Deadline: CLAT 2018 admission will close in the First week of July 2018.
CLAT 2018 Eligibility Criteria for UG Law Courses:
Category: Minimum 45% marks in case of candidates belonging to General/ OBC/ Specially-abled person categories.
Reservation Quota: Minimum 40% marks in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category.
CLAT 2018 Eligibility criteria for LLM Course:
Minimum Percentage: Minimum of 55% marks in case of General/OBC/Specially-abled person categories.
Reservation Quota: Minimum of 50% marks in case of SC/ST category.
Age Limit and Nationality:
General category: 22 years
SC/ST: Not less than 22 years.
Nationality: Indian candidates and NRI's are allowed
Visit the official website for CLAT 2018 examination and fill out the Application form with the required details.
Documents required during the Application process:
Online, via Credit/Debit or Net Banking.
Downloading Application Form:
Completely filled application form with the acknowledged receipt can be downloaded in PDF format. The printout of the acknowledgement form can be kept for future reference.
Mode: Application for CLAT 2018 examination can be done through an online registration process. Offline mode is not available.
Avaialbility: The form will be available from 1st January 2018 till 31st March 2018.
Documents Required: The scanned version of documents like Passport size photograph with the specified format, Valid Signature, SC/ST certificate (if applicable) and Domicile certificate (if applicable) should be ready with candidates before applying for the form online.
CLAT 2018 Examination Fee for Registration:
Fee: Fee for candidates from general category is INR 4000/- and for reserved Quota students is INR 3500/-.
Payment Option: Payment can be done online via debit card, credit card, or net banking.
Where to obtain:
Candidates should log into the official website of CLAT 2018, Enter their application number and DOB to download the Admit Card.
Admit card Details:
Date of Birth
Roll Number or Registration Number
Examination Centre Adress
Duration: CLAT 2018 Exam will be for 2 hours.
English including comprehension: The first section covers English Vocabulary, English Proficiency, English Usage Error.
General Knowledge and Currents Affairs: The second section covers General Knowledge and Current Affairs.
Mathematics: The third section covers Elementary Mathematics, Commercial Maths, Modern Math.
Legal Aptitude: The fourth section covers Legal Aptitude.
Logical Reasoning: The last section covers Reasoning tests and Logic Tests.
Date: The CLAT 2018 results will be announced on 31st May 2018. The result will be announced on the CLAT 2018 official website. Candidates can download the result for further use.
Cutoff: Category wise cutoff will be announced by the CLAT 2018 board which depends on the 2018 results.
Allocation: The slot will be allocated for counselling which depends on the CLAT 2018 results.
Merit List: Complete merit list according to the marks secured by the candidate will be published on the CLAT 2018 website.
Step 1: The university-wise first indicative list based on merit-cum-preference will be published on the CLAT 2018 official website.
Step 2: Payment of CLAT 2018 Counselling fee.
Step 3: The publication of the second list having the names of the finalized candidates will be done after the payment of counselling fee.
Step 4: Publication of third list allotting seats to candidates.
Step 5: Completion of admission formalities at the allotted NLUs.
Step 6: Publication of fourth and final allotment list.
Step 7: Completion of admission formalities at the allotted NLUs against fourth allotment list.
CLAT is a national level entrance exam is needed to clear in order to get admission to this College. It's an objective type exam with 5 sections namely legal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning, logical reasoning and general knowledge with 200 questions to be solved in 2 hours. The cutoff fluctuates every year depending upon the difficulty of the exam. It can vary from anywhere around 110-140.
There is an entrance test which students have to write known as CLAT. The question paper contains 200 questions which are from Maths, Gk, logical thinking, legal thinking, and English as well. Further, they conduct the personal interview rounds in which they ask very simple questions. They do not announce the cutoff marks. CLAT is very easy to crack, scoring above 100 marks is easy to qualify entrance exam.
BA-LL.B (Hons.) Program The BA-LL.B (Hons.) The program is offered by The ICFAI Law School. Students apart from getting enriched with law subjects are also exposed to various Arts disciplines. Duration: Five years Eligibility Pass in 10+2 or equivalent with 50% and above aggregate marks in any discipline (best of the 5 subjects including English). A score of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)/ Law School Admission Test LSAT will be given weight. Program Structure BA-LL.B(Hons.) is 5 years integrated program spread over 10 semesters. The Program consists of law and humanities courses. It also includes Clinical, Electives, Honors courses, and Legal Internships.
For being eligible to get selected for admission you have to appear for CLAT and qualify it.
ILNU selects students from its own merit list which is prepared based on the merit list of Common Law Admission Test CLAT. I appeared for CLAT exam and then applied for ILNU and got short listed. Average cut off as per rank is 2,500.
The criteria were based on the 12th HSC Scores and CLAT scores.The CLAT is the only entrance exam I took. The cutoff was based on my 12th HSC marks and CLAT scores. It was calculated by 75% of my 12th scores and 25% of my scores.
To get admission in this college, the candidate must clear the CLAT exam and must have passed the 12th from a recognized institute. Minimum 100 cutoff mark is required for general category and 80 for BC category.
I had taken admission by based on my entrance exam score, followed by interview CLAT on the basis of 12th marks.
Candidate must clear the CLAT 2018 exam and must have passed the 12th from the recognized institute to get admission in this college.
The Mock Test will be available on the Official Website (www.clat.ac.in) shortly.
The candidate can use the same and practise as many times as he/she wants. This will give look and feel of the format of online examination (Computer Based Test) in a simulation environment.
It can also be downloaded and can be installed on a stand-alone computer with NO COST.
Yes, the CLAT exam is a National Level exam.
To be eligible to appear for the CLAT examination 2017, candidates from general category must not be older than 20 years as on July 1st, 2017. Candidates from SC and ST category should not be less than 22 years as, on July 1st, 2017 or they aren't eligible. There is no upper age limit specified and candidates above the specified age limit are eligible to apply for the CLAT exam.
Only Indian candidates are eligible to apply for the examination. Students with a compartment in 12th also are eligible to apply for CLAT 2017.
Even NRI's are eligible to appear for the exams.
Only candidates who have appeared and passed the in the qualifying exam are eligible to write the CLAT. The candidates who have written the supplementary are also eligible to appear for CLAT provided they produce proof of having cleared the supplementary.
What is the name of the Law University associated college in Bangalore for CLAT 2017?
National Law School of India University is the name of the Law University associated college in Bangalore.
There is 16 National Law Universities association in India for CLAT 2017 examination.