CLAT 2022: Application (OPEN), Exam (May 8), Eligibility, Syllabus, Preparation, Cutoff, Merit List

Common Law Admission Test 2022 ( CLAT )

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CLAT 2022 - The Consortium of NLUs has released the online application form of CLAT 2022 on January 1; the last date to fill the form is March 31. UG applicants who have secured 45% marks in their 10+2 exams, and PG applicants with 50% marks in graduation are eligible to apply for admission; relaxation in qualifying marks applies to reserved category candidates. The consortium will conduct CLAT 2022 exam on May 8, 2022 (from 3-5 pm). The exam will be conducted in pen-and-paper mode, include MCQs, and will be of 2 hours duration. Questions will be asked from five topics - English, Current Affairs, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Quants. Candidates appearing in the exam need to follow the subject-wise syllabus and important topics to secure a good rank and get admission into a top NLU.

CLAT scores will be used for admission to 5-year LLB and one-year LLM courses offered by participating NLUs

What is CLAT?

The national-level Common Law Admission Test (or CLAT) is conducted by the Consortium of NLUs for admission to 5-year integrated LLB (UG) and one-year LLM (PG) courses offered by 22 participating NLUs. Currently, UG courses are offered by all 22 NLUs, while PG courses are offered at 19 NLUs.    

Apart from the NLUs:

  1. There are 61 other private affiliate colleges that accept CLAT exam scores. 
  2. Some public organizations such as ONGC and BHEL use CLAT-PG scores for recruitment

LATESTCLAT 2022 application form OPEN; Apply now.
Check NLU-wise cutoff; Refer to CLAT best books for exam preparation

CLAT 2022 Highlights and Key Statistics

Features Details
Name of the exam  Common-Law Admission Test
Popularly known as  CLAT
Conducting body The consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) 
What is new in CLAT?

There will be two CLAT exams in 2022.

- CLAT 2022 will be conducted on May 8, 2022

CLAT 2023 exam will be conducted on December 18, 2022

Courses offered
  1. 5-year integrated LLB program
  2. One-year LLM program
Exam fee

Rs 4,000 (General category) 

Exam mode Pen-and-paper exam
Exam duration 2 hours
CLAT 2022 exam date May 8, 2022
Number of applications

70,277 (2021)  

Number of test-takers

62,106 (2021)

Number of seats

UG courses - 2, 644  

PG courses - 914

- Not including sponsored, supernumerary, NRI, and extra seats.

To read more about CLAT score accepting institutes - Click Here

Counseling

Candidates will be shortlisted for counseling based on their CLAT 2022 scores.

- The number of candidates invited will be five times the number of available seats in each category.

Accepting colleges
The consortium has 22 participating NLUs that will only accept CLAT scores for admission to 5-year LLB and one-year LLB courses.

  • In addition, there are 61 affiliate colleges that will offer admission on the basis of CLAT scores.  
Top-ranked participating NLU
Here are top-ranking participating NLUs as per NIRF Ranking 2021
 
  • NLSIU Bengaluru - Rank 1
  • NALSAR - Rank 3
  • WBNUJS Kolkata - Rank 4
To check the full list - Click Here
Exam helpdesk number  08047162020
Official website https://clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in/
Preparation 3 Month Study Plan for CLAT
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CLAT 2022 Registration

The NLU Consortium has released the CLAT 2022 application form on January 1; the last date for filling the form is March 31. The CLAT application form is available in online mode and can be filled by following the link given above. To register for CLAT 2022, you need to have a valid email ID and phone number. Upon registration, you can fill the various fields in the form like applicant details, upload documents, select the exam center, and pay the application fee. 

How to fill the CLAT 2022 application form

  • Registration - The candidate will have to get registered by entering their name, mobile number, and email id. Also, select and confirm a password for the newly created applicant account. 
  • Login - Log in to access the application form.  
  • Select the program of study - After logging in, the first thing you do is select the program of study 5-year LLB or one-year LLB
  • Fill the form - There will be different fields like personal information, communication details, qualifying examination status, exam center preferences (THREE centers can be selected in the order of preference), and reservation. You need to duly fill all the fields.
  • Submit the form - Once the details are duly filled, agree to the declaration, give your consent and submit the form.    
  • Pay the application fee - In the last step, you need to pay the application fee (which is category-specific) in online mode using credit or debit cards, or net banking. Note that in addition to the exam fee, candidates will have to pay an additional Rs. 500 if they want to opt for previous years' question papers.

CLAT 2022 application fee

Category

CLAT Application Fee (in Rs)

General/OBC/PwD/NRI/PIO/OCI 

4,000

SC/ST/BPL

3,500

CLAT previous years' question papers fee

500

CLAT Eligibility 2022

The consortium has released the updated eligibility criteria of CLAT 2022 for admission to 5-year LLB and LLM courses on its official website. These criteria include parameters like academic qualification, minimum marks, age limit, etc. 

Course-wise CLAT 2022 eligibility criteria:

  UG program PG program
Qualifying exam The candidate must have passed 10+2 or an equivalent exam The candidate must have passed the 5-year integrated or 3-year LLB exam.
Minimum marks

General - 45%

SC/ST - 40%

General - 50%

SC/ST - 45%

Age limit No upper age limit has been prescribed for UG courses. There is no upper age limit for admission to PG courses.

Note that the affiliate colleges may have separate eligibility criteria to the ones mentioned here; so you need to visit the website of the concerned university to get the latest information.

To read the detailed eligibility criteria of CLAT 2022 - Click Here

CLAT Syllabus 2022

The CLAT 2022 syllabus has been released by the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) and includes details like the subjects and subject-wise topics one needs to prepare for the pen-and-paper exam. Further, the CLAT syllabus will help you:

  • Identify the important topics
  • Check the topic-wise distribution of marks or weightage carried by various topics.

The awareness of which topics are needed for CLAT 2022, along with the knowledge of which topics are important and which aren't, would help you prepare more effectively and thereby zero in on scoring opportunities. In the table below, we bring you the subject-wise topics and the number of questions asked.

CLAT 2022 Syllabus - Subjects, subject-wise, and total questions

Subjects Number of Questions Marks Weightage (%)
Current Affairs, including General Knowledge 35-39 35 - 39 23.33 - 26
English Language 28-32 28 - 32 18.66 - 21.33
Logical Reasoning 28-32 28 - 32 18.66 - 21.33
Quantitative Techniques 13-17 13 - 17 8.66 - 11.33
Legal Reasoning 35-39 35 - 39 23.33 - 26
Total 150 150 100

To Read Exam preparation tips by experts - Click Here

The key takeaway from CLAT syllabus 2022

  • The Legal Reasoning and Current Affairs sections carry the maximum weightage. 
  • The 2nd most important sections are the English and Logical Reasoning sections. 
  • The least important section is Quantitative techniques 
  • Finally, while the weightage varies between sections, don't ignore any section.

In CLAT LLM, questions are asked from Law subjects such as Constitutional Law, Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR and Jurisprudence, and more. Check the complete CLAT syllabus for LLM.

Download complete section-wise CLAT UG syllabus in PDF format - Click Here

Download complete section-wise CLAT LLM syllabus in PDF format - Click Here

CLAT Exam Pattern 2022

The consortium has released the CLAT exam pattern for the admission batch 2022. It contains details pertaining to the structure and format of the CLAT 2022 exam, including types of questions asked, marking scheme, and topics one needs to prepare for the exam. 

CLAT 2022 exam pattern - Mode, Topics, Marking Scheme, Number of Questions

Category UG program PG program
Duration 2 hours 2 hours
Mode Offline mode Offline mode
Type of Questions Objective-type, comprehension-based questions
Objective-type, comprehension-based questions
Number of Questions 150 120
Subjects 
  1. English Language
  2. Current Affairs, including GK
  3. Legal Reasoning
  4. Logical Reasoning
  5. Quantitative Techniques
  1. Constitutional Law
  2. Other Law Subjects, including Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR and Jurisprudence.
Total Marks 150 marks 120
Marking scheme

+1 mark for a correct answer. 

-0.25 marks will be deducted for an incorrect answer. 

+1 mark for a correct answer. 

-0.25 marks will be deducted for an incorrect answer. 

To read more on CLAT 2022 exam pattern - Click Here

CLAT Exam Centres 2022

The NLU Consortium releases the details related to CLAT 2022 exam centers that candidates can select for appearing in the exam. In 2021, the Law entrance exam was held in 84 cities across India. In each city, there were multiple test centers depending on the number of candidates appearing for the exam. Candidates could choose three test cities in order of preference in the CLAT application form. 
Read more: CLAT 2022 exam centers 

CLAT 2022 Dates and Events

The consortium has announced the exam dates for CLAT 2022 (and CLAT 2023). Refer to the table below to check the exam schedule.

Event

CLAT 2022

CLAT 2023

Release of admission notification 

November 14, 2021

November 14, 2021

Online registration starts (OPEN

January 1, 2022 

-

Last day to submit applications

March 31, 2022

-

Release of admit cards

4th week of April 2022 

-

CLAT exam date

May 8, 2022 (3-5 pm)

December 18, 2022 

Release of CLAT answer key 

To be notified

-

Window to raise objections

To be notified

-

Release of final answer key

To be notified

-

Declaration of CLAT results 

To be notified

-

Commencement of counseling

To be notified

-

CLAT 2022 Preparation 

While preparing for CLAT, it is important for candidates to have a plan in mind. 

Section-wise CLAT preparation tips for UG courses:

  1. CLAT preparation tips for English Section - The difficulty level of questions in this section is the same as that of Class 12 English. The important topics in this section include Vocabulary, Antonyms/Synonyms, Reading Comprehension, Grammar, and Idioms and Phrases. Develop a habit of reading the editorial section of reputed newspapers such as The Hindu. Practice grammar questions daily and clear the basics. To read more - Click Here
  2. CLAT preparation tips for Current Affairs including GK - Regularly keep a track of all the latest news and events by reading newspapers and magazines such as The Chronicles and Outlook India. Keep a track of all important legal judgments. For GK, focus more on History and Art & Culture subjects. To read more - Click Here
  3. CLAT preparation tips for Legal Reasoning - Improve reading and analytical skills by reading newspapers and blogs related to static and current legal issues. You can also read newspaper and magazine columns by some of the prominent lawyers of India. Practice a Legal Reasoning passage daily. While practicing, do not let your biases or previous knowledge of law affect your answer. Remember that the answer to the question is present in the given passage only. To read more - Click Here
  4. CLAT preparation tips for Logical Reasoning - Few important topics to prepare for the section include Relationships, Analogies, Logical Sequences, and Arguments. Learning shortcuts to solve Logical Reasoning questions can prove extremely helpful. While attempting the passage, identify the premises and sets of arguments first. Practice at least one passage of Logical Reasoning daily. To read more - Click Here
  5. CLAT preparation tips for Quantitative Techniques - The difficulty level of questions in this section is the same as that of Class 10 Maths. To ace the section, it is important to have conceptual clarity of all the topics of the Class 10 Maths syllabus. Important topics to prepare for the section are Basic Algebra, Ratios and Proportions, Mensuration and Statistics
    Learning shortcuts to solve questions can prove helpful in this section as well. To read more - Click Here

CLAT PG Preparation Tips 

In the CLAT PG exam, questions are asked from Law subjects that are taught at the graduation level. Given below are important CLAT preparation tips for PG courses:

  • Know the CLAT syllabus and exam pattern for LLM well 
  • Read and refresh your knowledge of important judgments
  • Gain complete knowledge of important constitutional and legislative provisions
  • Practice essay writing with a clear presentation of issues, facts, arguments, and conclusions

To read CLAT PG exam preparation tips in detail - Click Here

How to Attempt CLAT 2022 Questions?

The questions asked in the CLAT exam can be grouped into three levels - easy, moderate, and tough. If candidates know the right technique to attempt passage-based questions and are prepared well, then a majority of the questions can be attempted. The tips to attempt passage-based questions in CLAT exam is given section-wise in the table below: 

How to attempt section-wise CLAT questions 2022?
How to attempt questions in CLAT English Language section How to attempt questions in CLAT Current Affairs & GK section
How to attempt questions in CLAT Legal Reasoning section How to attempt questions in CLAT Logical Reasoning section
How to attempt questions in CLAT Quantitative Techniques section -

Download CLAT Question Papers & Sample Papers

Download the CLAT question papers and sample papers for current and previous years below:

Download CLAT Question Paper & Sample Paper PDFs
CLAT 2021 question paper Click Here
Official CLAT sample paper  Click Here
CLAT 2020 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2019 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2018 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2017 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2016 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2015 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2014 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2013 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2012 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2011 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2010 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2009 question paper Click Here
CLAT 2008 question paper Click Here

CLAT Topper Tips

One of the best ways to keep yourself motivated during the preparation of the exam is by reading success stories of past years' CLAT toppers. Click on the links below to go through the preparation tips shared by previous years' CLAT toppers.

CLAT Topper Tips
CLAT 2021 topper interview: From a doctor’s family, Manhar Bansal, AIR 1, chooses a different path CLAT 2021 topper, Sukarm, AIR 5, says improve reading speed to manage time
CLAT 2021 Topper Interview: Garima Banka, AIR 9, says take mocks most seriously CLAT 2020 Topper Interview: AIR 1, Aprajita says Regular practice, consistency is key to success
CLAT, AILET 2020 Topper Interview: Take mocks, manage time to score good, says Anhad Kaur AILET & CLAT 2019 Topper Interview: AIR 1, Saumya Singh shares prep tips
CLAT 2019 Topper Interview: AIR 2, Harsh Tomar wants to become a corporate lawyer CLAT Topper Interview 2019: AIR 5 Mouli Jain used Pomodoro technique for preparation
CLAT 2019 Topper Interview: AIR 8, Shubh Mittal wants to be a politician

CLAT Exam Analysis - Difficulty Level, Types of Questions Asked, Weightage, Number of Passages

It is common knowledge that CLAT is one of the toughest law entrance exams in the land. But do you know the reasons why the exam is tough, or why do so many students struggle to decipher the exam code. Here we take a closer look at the CLAT 2021 exam and see the various component of the question paper that will help you crack the exam. 

  • The difficulty level of the was moderate
  • There were not many tricky questions 
  • The paper was lengthy and required candidates to read through passages and questions fast
  • This year, there were a number of passages on COVID-19
  • The General Knowledge section also contained many static GK questions this year
  • The Quantitative Aptitude section was the easiest

CLAT Sections

Number of MCQs

Number of Passages

Difficulty Level

English 

30  Easy to Moderate 

GK including Current Affairs

35 Moderate to Difficult

Logical Reasoning

30  6 Easy to Moderate 

Legal Reasoning

40 Easy to Moderate 

Quantitative Techniques

15  Easy

Total 

150  30 Moderate 

To read CLAT exam analysis in detail - Click Here

CLAT Cutoff 2022

The Consortium of NLUs will release the institute-wise CLAT 2022 cut-off for the 5-year integrated and one-year LLM programs. The cutoffs would be category-specific and indicate the minimum marks (or ranks) one needs to secure in one's given category to be considered for admission.

CLAT cutoff 2022 for participating NLUs will be determined considering the following points

  • The seat intake for the program applied for admission
  • Total number of candidates seeking admission to that course
  • The CLAT 2022 merit rank of the applicants
  • Category under which admission is sought
  • NIRF Ranking (if available) of the applied NLU.

Candidates may check the previous years' CLAT cutoff from the tables below.

CLAT cutoff 2021 (for General category) for both UG and PG courses:

CLAT Cut offs 2021

Closing Ranks for UG Courses

Closing Ranks for LLM

NLSIU Bangalore

83

153

NALSAR Hyderabad

172

170

NLIU Bhopal

378

222

WBNUJS Kolkata

241

418

NLU Jodhpur

356

434

HNLU Raipur

765

742

GNLU Gandhinagar

375

173

RMNLU Lucknow

676

81

RGNLU Patiala

1075

528

CNLU Patna

1312

-

NUALS Kochi

1144

944

NLU Odisha

1072

796

NUSRL Ranchi

1507

938

TNLS Tiruchirappalli

1834

1143

DSNLU Visakhapatnam

1473

1134

MNLU Mumbai

453

544

MNLU Nagpur

1448

990

MNLU Aurangabad

2022

1148

NLSJA Assam

1659

943

DNLU Jabalpur

1996

-

HPNLU Shimla

2009

829

DBANLU Sonepat

2040

-

CLAT Colleges, Courses & Seat Intake 2022

All the National Law Universities (NLUs) in India (except  NLU Delhi)accept CLAT scores of candidates for admission to five-year integrated LLB courses and LLM courses. Check out the list of courses offered through CLAT exam along with the total seat intake at the 22 participating NLUs:
CLAT Courses Total Seat Intake at NLUs

BA LLB (Hons) (Bachelor of Arts LLB Honours)

2644

BSc LLB (Hons) (Bachelor of Science LLB Honours)

BCom LLB (Hons) (Bachelor of Commerce LLB Honours)

BBA LLB (Hons) (Bachelor of Business Administration LLB Honours)

BSW LLB (Bachelor of Social Work LLB Honours)

LLM (Master of Laws)

914

CLAT 2022 Participating NLUs

CLAT participating National Law Universities (NLUs)

National Law School of India University, Bangalore 

National Academy of Legal Study & Research (NALSAR) University of Law, Hyderabad

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

National Law Institute University, Bhopal

National Law University, Jodhpur

Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur

Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar

Dr Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala

Chanakya National Law University Patna

National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi

National Law University Odisha, Cuttack

National University of Study & Research in Law, Ranchi

National Law University & Judicial Academy, Assam

Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (DSNLU) Visakhapatnam

The Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirapalli

Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai

Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur

Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad

Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla

Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur

Dr B R Ambedkar National Law University Sonipat, Haryana

Important FAQs regarding CLAT Exam

Q. When will the CLAT 2022 application form open?

A. The online application form of CLAT 2022 opened on January 1; the last date to fill the form is March 31, 2021.

Q: When will the CLAT 2022 exam be held? 

A: The CLAT 2022 exam date will be conducted on May 8, 2022 (3-5 pm). The exam will be conducted in pen-and-paper mode.

Q: When will the CLAT 2023 exam be held? 

A: The CLAT 2023 exam is scheduled for December 18, 2022. Candidates can check all updates related to the exam on this page. 
Q. How many times is the CLAT exam conducted in a year?
A: in 2022, there will be two CLAT examinations. CLAT 2022 will be held on May 8, followed by CLAT 2023 on December 18.  
A. The candidate can download questions papers for CLAT 2021 and previous years here

Q: Will CLAT 2022 be an online exam?

A: The CLAT 2022 for UG and PG courses will be conducted in offline, pen-and-paper-based mode. 

Q: What changes have been made in CLAT exam pattern? 

A: No changes have been made in the CLAT pattern 2022 for UG courses. The question paper will be on similar lines as last year - 150 passage-based objective-types questions of 1 mark each. However, in 2021, the Consortium had removed the descriptive section from the CLAT LLM exam pattern. All LLM candidates had to attempt 120 multiple-choice questions of 120 marks in a duration of two hours.

Q: Is 'Legal Aptitude' section removed from the CLAT question paper? 

A: As per the CLAT exam pattern released by the NLU Consortium, Legal Reasoning remains a part of the question paper along with Quantitative Techniques, English, Current Affairs including General Knowledge and Logical Reasoning. 

Q: How many candidates take CLAT exam every year?

A: More than 60,000 candidates from different cities across India appear for the CLAT exam every year. In 2021, 62,106 candidates appeared for the CLAT exam. 

Q: What is CLAT exam?

A: CLAT or Common Law Admission Test is a national-level entrance exam for admission to UG and PG law courses offered by the participating NLUs. CLAT exam scores are also accepted by 61 affiliates, which are private universities, and have signed MOU with the consortium. Meanwhile, many popular PSUs use CLAT PG scores for recruitment purposes. 

Q: Which exam is more difficult - CLAT or AILET?

A: The difficulty level of CLAT is typically moderate while the  AILET paper is usually difficult, as per students' feedback and experts' views. Note that around 3000 UG and 1000 PG seats offered by the NLUs will be filled through CLAT. However, NLU Delhi conducts the AILET exam for fiilling around 120 UG seats and 80 PG seats offered by the university. Given fewer seats, competition in AILET is higher. 

Q: From where can I download the CLAT 2021 question paper?

A: Check and download the  CLAT 2022 question paper with answer key here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/clat-2021-question-paper-blogId-64709

Q: Why is CLAT exam important?

A: CLAT is one of the most popular  law entrance exams for admission to top law schools in India including the 22 NLUs. Various other private law colleges and universities across India also offer admission to candidates in UG and PG law courses on the basis of CLAT scores. Therefore, with just one law entrance exam, candidates can be eligible for admission to most of the prominent law schools of India.  Apart from this, many Public Sector Undertaking (PSUs) in India accept  CLAT LLM scores for the recruitment of candidates. 

Q: What kind of questions are included in CLAT question paper?

A: The CLAT question paper for UG courses includes objective-type questions from subjects such as Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning, Quantitative Techniques, English and Current Affairs including General Knowledge. The CLAT paper for the LLM course includes both objective questions from law subjects such as Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, etc.

Q: Will CLAT 2022 be conducted in other languages?

A: No, the CLAT exam will be held in the English language only like in previous years. However, as per media reports, the Bar Council of India is planning to include vernacular languages as medium of paper in the coming years. 

Q: Where to apply for CLAT 2022? 

A: Aspirants can apply for CLAT 2022 following the link given on this page. 

CLAT 2022 Contact Information

Official Address Official Phone Number Official E-mail ID
CLAT Consortium of NLU
PO Bag 7201, Nagarbhavi,
Bangalore - 560 072
Karnnataka, India

08047162020

clat@consortiumofnlus.ac.in

 

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Nazi

2022-02-03 22:15:11

I want to know about the colleges the one without the CLAT exam. (LL.B. fee below 15k).

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Gaurav Singh

Beginner-Level 3

5 days ago

You can get admission through University Entrance Exam in Delhi University or CCS University where fee structure is very low and provide quality knowledge.

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Devanshu Nath

2022-03-01 11:13:54

What are the entrance exams after 12th other than JEE/NEET/CLAT/NDA for admission in UG courses in India?

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preeti gogna

Guide-Level 14

6 days ago

One of the prestigious entrance exams after 12th other than JEE/NEET/CLAT/NDA for admission in UG courses in India is LPU NEST. LPU NEST is an entrance test conducted by LPU for admission in various programs. It aims to check how far the concepts from the previous qualification are clear. Those w...One of the prestigious entrance exams after 12th other than JEE/NEET/CLAT/NDA for admission in UG courses in India is LPU NEST. LPU NEST is an entrance test conducted by LPU for admission in various programs. It aims to check how far the concepts from the previous qualification are clear. Those who have studied honestly will be able to make it. Don't you worry, the syllabus of LPU NEST is all that you have studied in your previous qualification? In addition to it, there are questions of reasoning, verbal ability, analytical ability are also there. LPU NEST is a proctored exam and questions are asked in the form of MCQs. The result is displayed on the dashboard of the student after 24 hrs. One gets two chances of attempting LPU NEST. The best of the two results will be applicable for a scholarship. One has to register oneself with the university and pay online for taking LPU NEST. The application form will be in a format that can be processed by Optical Mark Reader (OMR). One can get an LPU NEST kit that consists of a University Information Brochure containing details of Infrastructure, Global Character, Placements, Academics, Student Services, Campus life, etc. One can get the test altered and can avail a second chance as well. The best out of the two results will be considered for scholarships. One can go to the admission offices physically and fill the forms manually as well. The minimum score required to qualify LPU NEST is 40 percent.

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Puneet Singh

Scholar-Level 17

a week ago

Dear Aspirant, You can appear for the following entrance exams for UG course admission in various universities:LPUNESTVITEEECUCETACETSRMEE, etc. Being an alumnus of LPU I would be sharing a few details of the LPU NEST exam with you. LPU NEST is the acronym of Lovely Professional University Nation...Dear Aspirant, You can appear for the following entrance exams for UG course admission in various universities:
LPUNEST
VITEEE
CUCET
ACET
SRMEE, etc. Being an alumnus of LPU I would be sharing a few details of the LPU NEST exam with you. LPU NEST is the acronym of Lovely Professional University National Entrance and Scholarship Test. It is conducted every year for admission to more than 150 programmes. The test acts as an Entrance Test as well as Scholarship Test. Being an alumnus of LPU I would love to share the pathway to find the syllabus for the LPU NEST exam. Firstly visit the LPU NEST website
Secondly, select the programme in which you are interested to take admissions such as BCA MBA, BBA B.Tech, or others. A new tab will be opened. There will find an option of Information in a Blue color row, Click on the information icon, you can get a Syllabus, Papers, Sample of questions for the particular programme there
I hope this helps
Good Luck!

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Sonia

2022-02-20 18:28:56

Please tell me some colleges in Odisha who do not required CLAT exam?

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Shivang agarwal

Contributor-Level 9

a week ago

National Law University, Cuttack. Siksha O Anusandhan University (SOA), Bhubaneswar. Madhusudhan Law College, Cuttack. Xavier University (XUB), Bhubaneswar. University Law College-Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. Ganjam Law College, Berhampur. Birla Global University, Bhubaneswar. SOA National Inst...National Law University, Cuttack. Siksha O Anusandhan University (SOA), Bhubaneswar. Madhusudhan Law College, Cuttack. Xavier University (XUB), Bhubaneswar. University Law College-Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. Ganjam Law College, Berhampur. Birla Global University, Bhubaneswar. SOA National Institute of Law, Bhubaneswar.

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kriti

2022-02-11 14:09:03

Can you tell me that is it necessary to give CLAT exam for getting admission in banasthali university for the course of BBA plus LLB?

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Dinesh upadhyay

Guide-Level 13

2 weeks ago

No CLAT is not mandatory. Admission for BBA LL.B. Vansthali is based on Merit in the qualifying examination ( I. e 10+2 marks).

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Trisha Bangari

2022-01-30 17:53:16

Im a 12th grader for batch 2022-2023. Should I appear for CLAT 2023 which happens in 2022 Dec or wait for CLAT 2024?

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pradeep kumar

Scholar-Level 18

a month ago

Candidates who are appearing in the qualifying examination in March/April, 2022 are also eligible to appear in CLAT 2022 examination. However, they shall be required to produce an evidence of their passing the qualifying examination at the time of admission, failing which they shall lose their r...Candidates who are appearing in the qualifying examination in March/April, 2022 are also eligible to appear in CLAT 2022 examination. However, they shall be required to produce an evidence of their passing the qualifying examination at the time of admission, failing which they shall lose their right to be considered for admission. Because you will write 12th board exam in year 2023, So you can not appear in CLAT-2022. However you will be eligible for CLAT-2023 in year 2023.

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Dinesh

2022-01-24 07:47:40

I am pursuing my B.Pharma final year. Will I be eligible to get 3 years LL.B. Programme through CLAT?

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kirti Gupta

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

Hello Dinesh, Candidates who are appearing for the CLAT PG programme should have a valid Bachelor's degree of 3 years or 5 years in Law or any equivalent exam. Hope this helps!
Best Wishes!

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Tara Institute

2022-01-17 15:10:39

I want to know preparation tricks and strategy to clear CLAT 2022 entrance exam.

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kirti Gupta

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

Hello Tara, The preparation tricks and strategy to clear CLAT 2022 entrance exam has been given below:-1) Candidate must prepare a time table keeping the syllabus in mind. 2) Make sure to cover all the topics and concepts. 3) Candidate must focus on mock tests and practice tests. 4) It is importa...Hello Tara, The preparation tricks and strategy to clear CLAT 2022 entrance exam has been given below:-
1) Candidate must prepare a time table keeping the syllabus in mind.
2) Make sure to cover all the topics and concepts.
3) Candidate must focus on mock tests and practice tests.
4) It is important to analyze the tests taken, recognize the weak areas, and work towards them.
5) Do not make assumptions. For every incorrect answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted.
6) For Remember Principle is always right. Keep aside all other knowledge that you have related to the question beforehand; whether it is a personal viewpoint, legal knowledge, prejudice, or any other thing you know in general.
7) Apply the principle to the given fact rigorously. And in the end it all depends upon your hardwork and interests. Hope this helps!
All the best!

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KHUSHI VERMA 12C

2022-01-12 21:05:23

Does AIL offer students entry on the basis of CLAT rank? If not, when will the exams of session 2022 of army law institute be conducted?

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Dinesh upadhyay

Guide-Level 13

a month ago

AIL offers admission on basis of AILET entrance conducted by AIL.

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