The booming law industry is attracting a lot of young enthusiasts towards it and the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is acting as the gateway to a lucrative law career. This law entrance test is conducted each year to select eligible candidates for the different Undergraduate and Postgraduate law programs offered by the renowned National Law Universities (NLU’s) in India. A lot of other well-known law institutes/colleges also consider the CLAT score before granting a seat in one of their law programs.

Our CLAT coaching in Delhi has a pool of qualified and experienced faculty members that prepare all the law aspirants using a result-oriented approach. With thousands of students appearing for the examination, it becomes difficult to bag a seat in your favorite law institute. Being among the top 5 training institutes for law entrance exam preparation in Delhi, we prepare our students using a unique teaching method that keeps them a step ahead of the other applicants.

Eligibility Criteria

for Undergraduate

Age – There will be no age limit for CLAT 2020.

Qualification –

  • Candidate should be 12th pass by scoring minimum 45% aggregate for Unreserved/OBC/Specially Abled Persons (SAP) and other categories
  • Candidate should be 12th pass by scoring minimum 40% aggregate for Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) categories.

for Postgraduates

Age – There will be no age limit for CLAT 2020.

Qualification –

  • Candidate should be graduated (LL.B./Five-Year Integrated LL.B. (Hons.)/any other equivalent exams) by scoring a minimum 55% aggregate for Unreserved/OBC/Specially Abled Persons (SAP) and other categories
  • Candidate should be graduated (LL.B./Five-Year Integrated LL.B. (Hons.)/any other equivalent exams) by scoring minimum 50% aggregate for Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) categories.

Exam Pattern for CLAT

For Undergraduate

Subjects No. of Questions Max. Marks Duration
Reasoning 40 40  

 

 

2 Hours

Legal Aptitude 50 50
English 40 40
Elementary Mathematics 20 20
General Knowledge 50 50
Total             200 Marks
Negative Marking             1/ 4 Marks

 

For Postgraduate

Subjects No of Questions Max. Marks Duration
Constitutional Law 50 50  

 

2 hours

Jurisprudence 50 50
Other Law subjects 50 50
total                        150 Marks
Negative Marking 1/ 4 Marks

Exam Dates

Events Dates
Date of filling application form First week of January 2020
Last date of filling application form Last week of March 2020
Last date of online fee payment Last week of March 2020
Admit card Third week of April 2020
exam date Second week of May 2020
Exam Mode Online
Answer key released date Third week of May 2020
Declaration of result Last week of May 2020
Counseling process First week of June 2020

Selection Procedure

  • You need to score the minimum required marks in the written examination.
  • Post clearing the written examination, you will be called for a personal interview that will add up to your overall score.

You will get selected in one of the best and top-notch law universities after clearing both the stages.

List of NLU’s that accepts the CLAT score

Our CLAT preparation classes can make you eligible for admission in any of the following participating universities:

NLSIU, Bengaluru NALSAR, Hyderabad NLIU, Bhopal WBNUJS, Kolkata NLU, Jodhpur
HNLU, Raipur GNLU, Gandhinagar RMLNLU, Lucknow RGNUL, Punjab CNLU, Patna
NUALS, Kochi NLUO, Odisha NUSRL, Ranchi NLUJA, Assam DSNLU, Visakhapatanam
TNNLS, Tiruchirappalli MNLU, Mumbai MNLU, Nagpur MNLU, Aurangabad

Note: CLAT scores are considered by other law universities and colleges as well.

Why Study Campus?

While studying with us, you can rest assured of the following:

  • A comprehensive study material that is precise and complies with the latest updates
  • Timely syllabus completion followed by a series of evaluation tests.
  • Reasonable fees
  • Introduction to useful tips and tricks for quick solving a problem
  • Unlimited doubt clearing session and much more

Visit our centre for getting detailed information on our CLAT course.

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