|CLAT 2020 Events||CLAT 2020 Important Dates|
|Start of online application Form||January 1, 2020|
|Application form closes||New Date - July 10, 2020|
|Old Date - March 31, 2020|
|Issue of admit card||First Week of August 2020 (Tentative)|
|CLAT exam date 2020||New Date - Sep 28, 2020|
|Old Date - May 10, 2020|
|Publication of the provisional answer key||New Date - Sep 28, 2020|
|Old Date - May 25, 2020|
|Objection Window||New Date - Sep 28, 2020 - Sep 29, 2020|
|Old Date - May 26, 2020 - May 29, 2020|
|Publication of the final answer key||New Date - Oct 3, 2020|
|Old Date - June 1, 2020|
|Declaration of result||New Date - Oct 5, 2020|
|Old Date - June 7, 2020|
|Start of counseling||Oct 9, 2020 to Oct 15, 2020|
CLAT Full Form is Common Law Admission Test which has been organized by a group of National Law University. A core committee of Vice-Chancellors across seven participating NLUs decided to conduct a common entrance test organized by them in rotation as per their year of establishment. Correspondingly, the first Common Law Admission Test was conducted by the Nation Law School of India University, Bangalore in the year 2008. In the subsequent years from 2009 to 2019, the exams were being conducted by the representative members in rotation. It was in the March 2019 when a Consortium of NLUs was formed to conduct the entrance exam for CLAT. List of NLUs who conducted CLAT after 2008 -
The above colleges have been organizing the exam for almost 10 years which has been finally handed over to the consortium of NLUs. The consortium of NLUs is going to conduct the CLAT Examination in 2020.
Candidates are offered the UG & PG level law courses through CLAT which is a national level entrance exam. The syllabus is not very vast, rather it requires precise speculation of a situation. CLAT 2020 Syllabus for undergrads is based on the 12th standard subject matters and also a few quantitative techniques from class10th. The question paper for CLAT UG 2020 exams will be based on Current Affairs, General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Quantitative Techniques, Logical reasoning and English language. Most of the questions are in the form of passages (around 450 words) to which 4-5 multiple choice questions are based upon.The questions asked are also based upon derivation, inference and manipulation. The syllabus for CLAT PG requires the study of Constitutional law and the other areas of laws as such Jurisprudence, Administrative law, Torts, Law of contract, Property law, Criminal law, Company law, Tax law etc. The questions are passage based and one section is for paragraph writing on any two topics, so writing skill does matter in the exams of CLAT PG.
For more information visit CLAT 2020 Syllabus.
Students appearing for CLAT 2020 can download the form and register themselves by paying the CLAT Form Fees. The application fee varies from INR 3.5k to 4k depending upon the category of the candidates. The form fee for CLAT is comparatively higher than the other UG/ PG entrance exams and the sole reason is the exam being conducted by the NLUs on their own. Though the committee also feels that the application fee charged for CLAT is way above the required finances for conducting exams. The consortium has made it clear saying that the application fee for CLAT is similar to the other law entrance exams.
For more information visit CLAT Exam Fees.
Each year more than 50k students compete for the admissions to various National Law Universities across the country. This year also, a huge multitude of law aspirants have applied for UG and PG law programs. Candidates are required to visit the CLAT Official Website in order to apply. The application and registration process for CLAT 2020 exams can be fulfilled online. Those candidates who couldn't applied for CLAT 2020, can apply now as the final date has been extended from March 31, 2020 to July 1, 2020.The candidates are required to complete each steps properly while filling up the form and registering themselves at the website.After the submission of complete details, a pop-up will open on the screen for the confirmation regarding registration process. Candidates are informed to activate an account linked with their mobile number.Fill up all your personal and academic details and submit with necessary enclosures and documents. CLAT 2020 Registration will be completed upon the application fee submission. The application form fee differs category-wise.
For more information visit CLAT 2020 Application Form.
CLAT Exam is conducted each year for the enrolment of candidates under UG & PG law courses across the National Law universities in India. A consortium of NLUs is going to conduct CLAT Examination 2020 and has been given authority for the same. The scores obtained in this exam will be valid for the session 2020-21 only and can be referred to any government or private affiliated law colleges for admission under law programs.The CLAT UG exam is for two hours duration with a total of 150 marks for 150 questions. There is negative marking system as well.Different sections of the exam paper carry different set of question numbers. The CLAT PG exam paper contains 100 MCQ for 100 marks and two essays for 50 marks with a negative marking scheme.The exam duration is two hours.
For more information visit CLAT Exam.
Lots of Top CLAT Colleges including government and private institutions are taking part in the entrance exam for admission of students under UG & PG degree programs in the field of law.Students mostly seek and prefer the National Law Universities for the study of law. Today, a number of private institutions are imparting quality education in law field and have gained a good ranking status among the premier institutions across India. The top ranked NLUs are also recognized globally for their world-class infrastructure and career prospects. Some of the top ranked government and private colleges/ universities participating in the CLAT 2020 Exams are -
For more information visit CLAT College Ranking.
The admission procedure to UG/ PG program in the participating universities will be initiated by the NUSRL, Ranchi for 2020-21 session as this NLU is going to moderate the exam. The online and centralized CLAT Counseling is yet to be notified by the consortium.The entire schedule has been delayed due to the pandemic stroke and so the counseling. Those candidates who will qualify in the CLAT will be eligible for counseling process. This counseling is conducted in three phases where students have to fill the college of their choice from a seat matrix provided online at the time of counseling. After the allotment of seats, the candidates can approach the concerned law institute for the admission. The admission will be confirmed after the submission of admission fee.
For more information visit CLAT Counseling.
Apart from CLAT, which is the gateway to the 18 National Law Schools in India' certain other entrance exams which any law aspirant should keep in mind and appear for are:
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