The CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) entrance exam grants admission into well reputed National Law Universities all over India for students that wish to pursue a profession in law. The exam admits students into their undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, such as BA.LLB, B.Sc LLB, B.Com LLB.
CLAT 2018 exam had almost 40,000 candidates appear for the exam.
In the following year (2019), CLAT saw 58,000 aspirants take the exam.
This entrance exam that is conducted every year to select students for 22 National Law Universities in India.
This year (2020) the number of seats offered at the NLUs are around 2175.
Out of which the number of All India Seats for the undergraduate programme in NLU is 1308.
The total number of seats offered to the candidates of the stat where NLU is located is 621.
The number of Special Category seats available is 235.
The CLAT has five sections to complete the exam, Verbal Ability, Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, General Awareness and Legal Aptitude.
The first four will require fundamental knowledge in each respective sections.
Legal Aptitude, however, will have its own requirements according to the NLU conducting the exam for that year.
Though writing CLAT is not compulsory for admittance into Law Schools. taking the test will grant easier admission into NLUs all over India.
Graduating from any of the National Law Universities inevitably places the student in a class above the rest.
CLAT can be taken after a 3-year undergraduate programme. the candidate can write the exam and seek admission for a 3 year LLB course.
Securing marks between 130-200 secures the applicant ranks between 148-1.
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Benefits of CLAT
CLAT is the gateway to a successful legal profession.
- Giving the CLAT exam for LLM after the completion of LLB makes the candidate eligible for certain jobs that hire based on the CLAT score.