What is the date of CLAT 2023 examination?
What is the date of CLAT 2024 examination?
What will be the mode of CLAT 2023 Exam?
Are there any sample papers availabe for CLAT 2024
Is there any special arrangement for Specially Abled Persons?
What will be the medium of examination?
Should I send the printouts of the application to the CLAT office by post?
How will I get I admit card?
I have filled up the form successfully but now, can I change/correct the details as entered on the Application form?
If I got Blank/Zero Registration Number after submission of application form then what I should do?
Can a candidate apply for CLAT-2023 offline?
Is there any negative marking in the examination?
Is there any seat available for NRI/NRI sponsored /foreign nationals candidates?
Is there any minimum cut-off CLAT score prescribed for admission?
Is there any provision of transfer of a student from one participating university to another participating university subsequent to their admission through CLAT?
What is the prescribed fee for the CLAT-2020 online application form?
What is the Counselling fee?
Can I get my counseling fee refunded in case I don’t want to take admission?
Is there any reservation available on domicile basis in any of the NLUs?
Is there any reservation of seats in CLAT 2023 for the women candidates?
Do the CLAT participating universities have the common rules of reservation?
Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2023 will be held on 18th December, 2022 (Sunday)
Date for CLAT 2024 is yet to be annonced.
CLAT 2023 will be held in offline mode.
Yes, Sample papers for CLAT along with its video analysis is available at the official website https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/ for the registered candfidates.
Yes. Need based assistance shall be provided to the Specially Abled Persons(SAP).
Medium of examination is English
No, the applicant is not required to send a hard copy of the print out of his/her application to the CLAT office. However, it is strongly advised that the applicant keeps a hard copy of his /her application for his/her own record and future communication with the CLAT, if required.
The eligible candidate has to download his/her Admit Card from CLAT website. Please note that the admit cards will not be sent via e-mail or by post. They should carry proof of their identity (issued by GOI or state government) such as identity card, voter identity card, driving license, and passport etc. to the venue of the examination.
No alteration/editing in the online application form can be done after successful submission/final submission of the form. The information once furnished by the candidate with regard to the category to which the candidate belongs, the preference for the NLUs and the Centre of the Entrance Test submitted by the candidates through online application mode shall be final and no change whatsoever, shall be allowed thereafter under any circumstances.
It means that the application form has not been submitted successfully and you are required to apply afresh.
No, a candidate can apply only through online mode.
Yes, 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.
Yes. In some of the participating Law Universities seats are available for NRIs/NRI sponsored/Foreign Nationals. Candidates are advised to refer to CLAT e-brochure and the website of respective NLUs
No. There is no minimum cut-off score prescribed. Candidature of every candidate shall be considered in order of merit in their respective categories.
No. CLAT rules do not provide for such transfers. Shifting of the student to the university of higher choice is done only by the CLAT office during the CLAT counselling. After the closure of counselling process CLAT office does not assist in any shifting of students.
Processing charges for online application for CLAT 2020 for General/OBC/SAP and other category candidates Rs.4,000/- and for SC/ST candidates Rs. 3,500/
Counselling fee is the payment (Rs. 50,000/-) made to the CLAT office by a candidate to show his/her seriousness/commitment in taking admission in any of the participating NLU(s). Counselling fee is not a separate fee, it is the adjustable advance paid to the CLAT office which subsequently gets adjusted at the time of admission from the fee payable to the respective University by a candidate.
Yes, but Rs. 10,000/- shall be deducted as admission processing charges.
Yes, some of the participating Law Universities have provision of domicile based reservations for which the candidates are advised to refer to the website of the respective NLUs.
Yes, some of the participating universities provide horizontal reservation for the female candidates. Candidates are advised to refer to the website of the respective NLUs in this regard.
No. The CLAT participating universities are regulated by their respective State Norms and Policies. The candidates are advised to look into the detailed information of the respective University in the CLAT e-brochure/website of the respective NLUs to know about the University specific reservations.