CLAT 2020 Application Form, Exam Dates, Eligibility, Exam Pattern & Result

CLAT 2020CLAT 2020: Common Law Admission Test is around the corner and those who want to give the biggest hit preparing for this examination hardly.  It is All India Entrance Test for those who want to seek admission into various Integrated Law Courses, Undergraduate, and Postgraduate courses provided by estimated 16 National Law Universities situated across India. The exam takes place every year by NLUs on rotation base. However, this year CLAT 2020 Application Form will be commenced by Chanakya National Law University, Patna and based on the online computer based pattern.

CLAT 2020 Exam Dates:

Find below CLAT Exam related information details. Here you can find the CLAT 2020 Application Form, Exam Dates, Admit Card Release Date & Result Date.

  • Availability of Online Application: In the First week of Jan 2020
  • Last date for submitting the online application: In the last week of Mar 2020
  • Last date for the availability of Admit Card: In the third week of April 2020
  • Date for Examination: In the first week of May 2020
  • Date of Result Declaration: In the third week of May 2020
  • Beginning of the online admission: In the first week of June 2020

CLAT 2020 Application Form:

  • Candidates can fill the CLAT 2020 Application form online only.
  • January 2020 this form will available.
  • Candidates need to email id for the online registration. They create the user id and password.
  • Once candidates create login id & password after that upload the scanned copies of document, Signature and 30MMx45MM Passport size photograph.
  • After submit the all document university offer you corrections facility of the Application form.

Application Fee: Here you can see the Application Fee for categories wise.

CategoryApplication Fee
OBC/General/SAP and other category studentsRs. 4000/-
ST & SC category studentsRs. 3500/-

Exam Pattern:

The exam will be completely a computer-based test where separate papers provided for PG and UG courses. Question needs to be completed within the duration of 2 hours.

CLAT Exam Pattern  – For UG:

  • In reasoning section, one has to attempt 40 questions for 40 marks
  • Legal Aptitude section, one has to attempt 50 Questions for 50 Marks
  • In English & Comprehension section, one has to attempt 40 Questions for 40 Marks
  • In Elementary Mathematics section, one has to attempt 20 Questions for 20 Marks
  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs section, one has to attempt 50 Questions for 50 Marks

Exam Pattern For PG:

  • In Constitutional Law section, one has to attempt 50 Questions for 50 Marks
  • Jurisprudence section, one has to attempt 50 Questions for 50 Marks
  • In Other law subjects section, one has to attempt 50 Questions for 50 Marks.

Courses Provisioned for those aspiring future in Law:

  • B. (Hons.)
  • LL.B. (Hons.)
  • A. LL.B. (Hons.)
  • W. LL.B. (Hons.)
  • LL.B. (Hons.)

CLAT Eligibility Norms:

  • Undergraduate courses: In regard to the Under Graduate courses, aspirant need to have done with class 12th or its equivalent from some recognized board and scored at least 45% marks by the student belonging to general category and 40% marks for the student belonging to SC/ST category.
  • Post Graduate courses: In regard to the Post Graduate level courses, candidates should have done with the Integrated LLB degree or LLB degree or else equivalent degree with at least 55% marks (general category) and 50% marks (SC/ST category) from the recognized university.
  • There is no age bar for candidate
  • Candidate must be Indian or NRI
  • Those who are appearing in the final examination for qualifying the examination can also apply for CLAT 2020 examination but need to provide with the passing certificate about the qualifying examination at the time of admission process.

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