Last updated: 24 Apr 2021
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The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a national level entrance exam conducted for the admissions for law courses in 22 National Law Universities (NLU) and other law colleges across the country. The students who aspire to join law schools have to qualify the CLAT exam. The CLAT exam is conducted by the apex body for law education in the country Consortium of National Law Schools.
The CLAT exam is conducted offline mode and the students have to give their exam in the specified exam centres on their hall ticket.
The aspiring students have to follow the following steps in order to register for CLAT exam
CLAT Registration: The candidates have to register on the CLAT login panel as a new registration. The students will get login credentials on their registered Email ID and registered mobile numbers
Filling the application: The students have to carefully fill the application form without any mistakes. All the details should be filled carefully
Documents Upload: The students have to upload the soft copies of the required documents and also upload their recent passport size photos
Fee Payment: The students have to pay the required fees through online payment or through bank challan
The students interested to join different law courses are required to apply for the CLAT exam.
The courses under CLAT Exam are:
UG Law courses (BA LL.B/B Com LL.B/BBA LL.B/LL.B Integrated)
The students who have completed their PUC or 10+2 in any stream with 45% (General) and 40% (OBC/SC/ST) from recognised board are eligible to apply for CLAT exam.
PG Law Courses (LL.M)
The students should have completed their law degree with 50% aggregate from recognised university for applying for LL.M course
There is no age limit for applying for CLAT exam and there is no restriction on attempts for CLAT exam.
The CLAT exam is gaining a lot of popularity in recent times. Although law is an evergreen subject, there has been a rise in the number of students joining for law courses. The last decade saw a huge rise in the students taking law courses. The law is considered as the popular course after Medical and Engineering.