Common Law Admission Test, commonly known as CLAT is a national level entrance exam conducted for accessing admissions into twenty-two National Law Universities of India.
It is held at two levels known as CLAT UG and CLAT PG for Undergraduates and Postgraduates students respectively.
Apart from these twenty-two national colleges, many other private and self-ﬁnanced law colleges also use these scores for admission purposes.
It is a 2-hour Computer-based Online Test conducted by the CLAT Consortium of India every year. It offers a grade validity of up to 1 year with a mere 3% qualiﬁcation rate.
The eligibility requirements of the CLAT exams are separated further into two criteria; for Under Graduate course (UG) and Postgraduate course (PG). But the nationality requirement remains the same for both courses.
Students from Indian Nationality or Non-Residents of India ( NRI ) may appear for the exam.
Foreign Students seeking admission into any LAW course may directly inquire to the preferred University having reserved seats for foreign students.
The eligibility requirements are as under for Indian and NRI Students,
The minimum requirement is a Senior Secondary School (10 + 2 ) or its equivalent certiﬁcate from a recognized Board with not less than 45% marks in aggregate.
LL.B /Bachelors of Law degree or any equivalent degree from a recognized University with not less than 50% marks in aggregate.
As CLAT is held at two levels, exam patterns at both levels differ from one other.
The exam pattern for both levels is as follows.
It is an objective type exam with a total of 200 marks. The subjects and marks allotted to them are as follows,
The exam duration will be of two hours and the question carries one mark each. There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks per incorrect answer.
The Post-graduation exam is segregated into two sections. Unlike the UG exam, it is both, Objective and Descriptive type exam.
|Section||Question||Total No.of Questions||Total Marks|
Section 1: It consists of 100 objective questions with 1 mark each. Also, there will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks per incorrect answer.
Section 2: This section includes 2 descriptive questions of 50 marks each. For this, the essay-type answers are preferred with a length of 800 words each.
This section is appeared by the ones having scored 40% in the previous one( With 5% exemptions to SC/ ST and PwD students).
For CLAT UG, the syllabus covers ﬁve subjects in general such as,
For CLAT PG, the exam paper consists of 2 sections i.e Objective and Subjective. It includes topics from various undergraduate subjects such as Contract Law, Property Law, Family Law.
This paper tests the candidate’s ability to make legal arguments and in-depth knowledge of laws. The Subjective section examines the analytical and judgemental power of the candidates. For both the sections, the candidates must have in-depth knowledge about the following laws,
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Common Law Admission Test CLAT 2021 Exams are likely to be held on the 13th of June 2021. The duration of the application process is from January 1 to April 30, 2021. The candidates have advised to ﬁll the application form online during this period.
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