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CLAT 2021 Admit Card

The application process for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) - 2021 has been started on Jan 1st, 2021 with a deadline of June 15th, 2021. In a meeting, the Executive Committee of the Consortium of National Law Universities has decided to postpone the exam which was scheduled for June 13, 2021.

The official website of CLAT 2021, has not released the exam date and the date for the availability of admit cards (hall tickets). The exact dates will be announced on the official website of CLAT soon. The Admit Card can be downloaded by the applicant by logging into their account by entering their registered mobile number and password.

CLAT 2021 - Important Dates

The Last Date to submit the application June 15th, 2021
Mode of Application Online
Availability of Admit Card Not yet Announced
Exam Date Postponed
Official Website https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/

How To Download The Admit Card?

Follow these simple steps to download the CLAT Admit Card 2021

  • Visit the official website https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/clat-2021/
  • Click on the Login button
  • Enter your registered mobile number and password to log in.
  • The candidate dashboard will open up and candidates have to click on the 'Download Admit Card' link given at the top right of the screen.
  • A new tab will be visible where an "Admit Card Link" is provided.
  • Click on the link and a new tab will open up, enter the CLAT Admit Card Number and Admit Card Date of Birth to log in.
  • The admit card will appear on the screen considering details regarding the exam.
  • Click on 'download admit card' and a pdf file will be downloaded
  • Before downloading the admit card, applicants need to verify the details on it.
CLAT Admit Card

Important Note:

  • The admit card will not be sent by post to any applicant.
  • The access to the admit card is through online mode only.
  • Candidates must save the admit cards in proper form till they achieve admission to a college.
  • Candidates should get at least 3 printouts of the admit card.

Personal Details To Be Filled In The Admit Card.

  • Admit Card Number
  • Candidates Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Parent/Guardian Name
  • Áddress

Please do read the instructions mentioned below carefully

What To Do If A Candidate Forgets The Password?

  • In the login window, click on the 'Forgot Password' button.
  • It will redirect to a new page, where candidates will have to enter the registered mobile number.
  • Click on the “Request OTP” button and OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number.
  • Enter a phone number, you will receive a Time Password (OTP)
  • Click on the Reset Password button.
  • A new password will successfully be created.

For any assistance, a student can reach

If candidates find any error in the data given on the admit card/ hall ticket, they must contact the CLAT Consortium office to get it corrected

  • Email: clat@consortiumofnlus.ac.in
  • Phone: 080-47162020 (between 10:00 am to 05:00 pm on all working days).

Things to carry during the exam

With an admit card/ hall ticket students are asked to carry any one of the valid identity proof mentioned below.

  • Voter Id
  • Aadhar Card
  • PAN Card
  • Driving License
  • Passport
  • Ration Card

Other than that students are instructed to carry a black/blue point pen, hand sanitizer, gloves, own masks, and a transparent water bottle.

For detailed information about CLAT 2021 Application Form visit consortiumofnlus.ac.in and contact IESOnline.

NLU going to conduct the CLAT Examination on June 13,2021 .
Candidate is advised to visit the page for re-printout of application form, generate the printout and keep the hard copy and soft copy (printout) of the application.
Yes, you are eligible for the CLAT 2021 examination.
CLAT 2021 examination will be conducted through online mode.
There is no age limit for appearing in the exam.
The examination would be conducted by the consortium of National Law Universities (NLU)
Each year the CLAT exam is attempted by more than 50,000 candidates.
LST session is conducted usually for two hours in which a student is acquainted with the basic concepts of the topic in hand with the help of examples and instances for the best possible understanding. Much emphasis is laid on practice as it is considered to be the key to crack competitive exams. Class exercises are handed over to the students followed by rigorous discussion. CL believes in interactive learning so that the students are at ease and do not hesitate to come up with doubts or clarifications.
This completely depends on one's ability to grasp concepts and to learn. Anything between 8 to 16 months is good for preparation, depending on the average number of hours invested per day and the quality of preparation.
Yes. Being Government institutions, there are reservations in different National Law Universities. All NLUs have reservations for SCs and STs and quite a few of them have seats for OBCs as well. Fewer have regional quotas and some also have reservations for women, wards of defense personnel and even NRI sponsored Candidates.
Yes. Though law is a subject of humanities, students of any stream can sit for the law exam. The paper is evenly balanced so that no particular stream is given a complete edge over the other. In fact, most of the students who sit and qualify the law exam over the years have been science students as it was the most popular stream. It is only in recent years that Arts and Commerce students are also seen appearing in sizable numbers.

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:

  • AILET - All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) for admission in National Law University (NLU), Delhi.
  • Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) conducted by the Symbiosis International University to get admission into Symbiosis Law School.
  • CET IPU - The Common Entrance test conducted by Indraprastha University, Delhi for various law colleges situated in Delhi and NCR including Amity Noida.
  • LSAT-India is a standardized test adopted as an admissions criterion by multiple law colleges across India.
  • Christ University Law Entrance Exam - conducted by Christ University, Bangalore for admission to School of Law, Christ University.