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Common Law Admission Test 2021

By National Law University, Delhi

Exam Mode

Offline

Application Process

Online

Exam Level

Undergraduate & Postgraduate

Overview
  • The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a national-level entrance exam for admissions to candidates in undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) law programmes offered at National Law Universities (NLUs) and other colleges/ universities accepting exam scores.
  • Till 2018, the exam was conducted by NLUs on a rotational basis.
  • However, from 2019 onwards it is being conducted by a permanent body formed by the universities i.e. the Consortium of NLUs.
  • The consortium has its headquarter at NLSIU Bangalore and comprises:
    • An Executive Committee
    • CLAT Convener of the current year (NUSRL, Ranchi for CLAT 2020)
    • CLAT Convener of the following year 
    • Two co-opted Vice-Chancellors of NLUs

Courses Offered

  • BA LLB
  • BSc LLB
  • BSW LLB
  • BCom LLB
  • BBA LLB
  • LLM

Exam Highlights

Exam Language

English

Exam Duration

2 hours

Type of Questions

Multiple-choice questions

(For LLM – descriptive questions will be also be included)

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Official Website

https://clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in/

 

Application Details
  • The CLAT application form 2021 was released on January 1. The CLAT 2021 exam will be conducted on June 13.
  • The application form will be available in online mode only on the official website of CLAT Consortium.

Pre-requisites for filling CLAT Application Form 2021

  • Prior to starting with the CLAT application process, candidates need to be ready with the following documents/ details:
    • A working email ID
    • A working mobile number
    • Class 10 and 12 mark sheet details
    • Details mentioned in ID and address proof (Aadhaar Card/Driving License/PAN Card)
    • Scanned Passport size photograph (Format: JPEG)
    • Scanned signature (Format: JPEG)
    • Category certificate if applying under SC/ST/OBC category
    • Relevant certificate issued by a competent authority if applying as PwD or BPL candidate
  • Before starting with the application process for the exam, candidates are advised to ensure that they meet CLAT eligibility criteria.

How to fill CLAT Application Form 2021?

  • Step 1: Register for CLAT
    • Register on the official website: To register for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), candidates first need to visit the official website of the CLAT Consortium. Thereafter, candidates need to click on the ‘Register’ tab and fill details such as their name, mobile number, email address and password. After filling the details aspirants need to click on the ‘Register’ button. On submitting the details a pop-up opens on the screen which asks candidates to confirm if they want to register for CLAT 2021. 
    • Activate account: Once registered, candidates need to activate their accounts by entering the mobile number and OTP (received on their mobile during the registration process) on the displayed screen. Once the details are submitted, a dialogue box opens, stating, "You are going to activate your account, Please confirm”. Candidates need to click the `OK` button.  
    • Login to the account: Once the account is activated, candidates need to login to their registered accounts using their mobile number and password. Once candidates enter the details, they are redirected to a page containing instructions regarding CLAT application process. Once candidates go through all the mentioned instructions, they need to click on ‘Apply for CLAT 2021` button.
  • Step 2: Fill CLAT Application Form

Category

Details to be filled

Personal details

·         Full name

·         Gender

·         Date of birth

·         Father`s name

·         Mother`s name

·         Nationality

·         All India category

·         If NRI sponsored category

·         Whether the candidate is a Person with Disability (PwD)

·         Percentage of disability (if applicable)

·         Scribe requirement (if applicable)

·         Whether Below Poverty Line (BPL)

·         State of domicile

·         State of residence

·         State of nativity

Communication  details

·         Address for correspondence

·         State of correspondence address

·         District of correspondence address

·         Pin of correspondence address

·         Permanent address

·         State of permanent address

·         District of permanent address

·         Pin of permanent address

·         Mobile number of the applicant

·         Alternative contact number (mobile number/ Landline number)

·         Email ID of the applicant

Academic qualification details

·         Qualified examName of board/ university

·         Month of passing

·         Exam status (appearing/ appeared or passed)

·         Year of passing

·         Percentage

Course selection

Select course of admission i.e. Undergraduate or Postgraduate course in law

If require previous years CLAT question papers

Yes/No

Reservation category

General/ OBC/ PWD/ NRI/ SC/ ST/ PIO/ BPL/ OCI

CLAT exam center preference

Select three cities from the list

NLU preference

Mark NLUs in order of preference from most preferred to least preferred

  • Preview and submit CLAT application form: Once all details are filled, candidates can preview the filled-in application form before submitting it.
  • Once candidates check all the details mentioned in the form, they need to click on ‘Submit’ button.
  • After clicking on the `Submit` button, a dialogue box opens which asks candidates to ensure if all the data entered by them is correct because aspirants are not allowed to make any changes in data once they submit their application form.   
  • Step 3: Upload Documents
    • Candidates need to upload the below-mentioned documents in the prescribed format and size:

Documents

Maximum Size

Format

Photograph (front facing passport size recent photograph with plain background)

500 KB

JPEG/JPG

Signature

100 KB

JPEG/JPG

State of Domicile Certificate

2 MB

PDF

  • Apart from the documents mentioned above, candidates also need to upload the category (SC/ ST/ OBC/ PwD/ BPL) certificate, if applicable.
  • Step 4: Pay CLAT Application Fee
    • Candidates can pay the application fee in online mode using (debit card/ credit card/ net banking) as well as offline (bank challan) modes.
    • Once candidates successfully pay the application fee, their application process for CLAT exam gets complete and they receive a confirmation email/ message on their registered email ID and mobile number.

CLAT Application Form 2021: Points to be remembered

  • No hard copy of the filled-in application form is to be sent to the CLAT Consortium Office
  • CLAT application form correction facility is not available   
  • It is not mandatory to complete the CLAT application process in one sitting. Candidates can save the CLAT application form at any stage and always come back and continue from where they left. The system automatically shows the page from where candidates need to continue.
  • Candidates must spell their parents’ and their names correctly as mentioned in the certificates/mark sheets/identity proof. Any alteration in the name of the candidate or his/her parents may disqualify the candidature.
  • Candidates should ensure that all the information provided by them in the application form is correct and authentic
  • No change in the preference order for the 22 NLUs is allowed after the final submission of the application form. Therefore, candidates are advised to give their preference for NLUs very carefully.   
  • In case, candidates fill more than one application form, only their last online application form is considered. CLAT application fee for previous forms, in such cases, is not refunded.

How to recover CLAT login password?

  • Visit the official website of CLAT Consortium
  • Click on ‘Forgot Password’ link in the Login window
  • Enter the registered mobile number and click on ‘Request OTP’
  • Enter the One Time Password (OTP) received on mobile
  • Create a new password and proceed to login 

Fee Structure

  • Candidates can pay the application fee in online mode using (debit card/credit card/net banking) as well as offline (bank challan) modes.
  • CLAT application fee for different categories is as mentioned in the table below:

Category

Application Fee

General/Other Backward Class (OBC)/ Persons with Disability (PwD)/ Non-Resident Indians (NRI)/ Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)/ Overseas citizens (OCI) 

Rs 4,000

Scheduled Class (SC)/ Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Below Poverty Line (BPL)

Rs 3,500

  • Candidates can purchase previous years’ CLAT question papers by remitting a fee of Rs 500 online, which is not included in the CLAT application fee.
  • Candidates need to bear the bank transaction charges for paying the online application fee.
  • Actual bank charges are displayed on the payment gateway page after candidates choose the mode of payment.   
  • CLAT application fee is non-refundable.
Analysis

The team of Edunews proficient in the entrance examination, in particular, has carefully examined the pressure built on the candidates both overtly and covertly. The team after examining the paper came out with the analysis as under:

  • English Section (40 questions)
    • For most of the students this is one such section that gives the heebie-jeebies, but this year it turned out to be a cakewalk.
    • It had 8 questions based on a Reading Comprehension, 10 questions on sentence correction, that were basically carved out from the topic of Subject Verb Agreement, 4 questions on Para jumbles, 2 questions on Vocabulary in the form of Synonyms and Antonyms, 5 questions each on foreign words and misspelled words.
    • The remaining questions were based on Idioms and Phrases, the meaning of which was too deduced from the statements in which they were imbibed.
    • Around 35 attempts will be considered a good attempt, ensuring a minimum of 30+ score.
  • General Knowledge Section (50 questions)
    • In 2019, the GK section was inundated by current affairs questions, with the discounting of one question from static GK.
    • Questions were rolled out across various events of national and international importance on Science and Technology, Economics, Books and Authors, Important Dates, etc.
    • Any candidate, who kept himself in constant touch with current affairs of the last 6-8 months, could have made a decent attempt of 35+ questions, with a manageable score of 30+.
  • Reasoning Section (40 questions)
    • Much expected critical reasoning questions is not found in this paper.
    • Questions were framed around analytical reasoning skills.
    • Topics like Directions, Blood Relations, Puzzle, Syllogisms, Seating Arrangement, Coding-Decoding, Odd One Out, etc, found profound room in the reasoning section.
    • 35+ questions will be considered a good attempt with a score of 30+.
  • Legal Aptitude Section (50 questions)
    • This section is considered as one of the favorites among law aspirants, but much to our surprise, there were no experiments done in this section too.
    • All the questions were summed up around legal reasoning, resting on direct facts and principles.
    • None of the questions fell under the purview of legal GK. Also in 2019, principles were not too wordy.
    • They were kept short and precise, which in turn commanded a good attempt of 40+ questions from the students.
    • A score of a decent 35+ can be easily expected.
  • Mathematics Section (20 questions)
    • The vibrant feel of the entire paper was well carried by this section as well.
    • Questions were in sync with conventional topics like Clocks, Calendars, Profit and Loss, etc.
    • Arithmetic and number system-based questions also found a mention, like always.
    • Leaving aside one question which has been termed as erroneous, the remaining questions were easy to solve.
    • 15 + questions will be termed as a good attempt with a score of 14 +.
  • CLAT 2019 question paper was one of the easiest papers ever held. Keeping all the facts in mind, the expected CLAT cutoff for this year is going to be very high.
  • It will fall somewhere around 150 + for the top 3 National Law Universities and 130 + for the next NLUs in the league.
  • GK will certainly act as a deciding factor with a prerequisite of a good score in Math.
Counselling
  • CLAT counselling 2021 will be conducted in online mode including seat allotment list and confirmation.
  • Counselling of CLAT 2021 will begin right after the results and merit lists are released.
  • CLAT counselling is a centralized seat allotment process by CLAT Consortium.
  • Seat allotment will be done on basis of CLAT 2021 released separately for the participating National Law Universities (NLUs) as well as the preferences marked by the candidates in their CLAT 2021 application form.
  • Mentioned below is the complete counselling procedure of CLAT 2021 including online registration, choice locking, fee payment, and more.

CLAT Counselling Process 2021

  • Step 1: Publication of first admission list 
    • CLAT Consortium will release a separate merit list for each NLU based on all India ranks and preference marked by candidates during their application process.
    • Candidates can check the merit list for each NLU and participate in online counselling accordingly.
  • Step 2: CLAT counselling fee payment
    • As per the admission list, candidates have to confirm their admission by fee payment and choice locking.
    • The counselling fee of Rs. 50000 shall be paid within the specified dates. Once, the counselling fee has been paid, candidates need to exercise the options below:
      • Lock option: This option is used by candidates to confirm their choice of NLU. Once the lock option is used, the candidate`s seats at the allotted NLU will be locked in place and it won`t be used for further seat allotment process. Moreover, the candidates need not participate in further seat allotment rounds (unless they withdraw admission). 
      • Upgrade: This option is used when candidates want to change the allotted institute to his or her higher choice (upward shifting). Such candidates will have to wait until the next seat allotment list and they will be allotted seats only in the upper list of colleges as per their preferences marked in their CLAT 2021 application form and depending on the availability of vacant seats. 
  • Step 3: Publication of second admission list
    • After fee payment and choice locking/upgrade is made, the CLAT consortium will release a second admission list for the next round of the seat allotment process.
    • Along with the seat allotment, a waitlisted candidates list will also be released, who will be called for admission if vacant seats are left after the seats locking process.
    • Waitlisted candidates also have to pay the counselling fee of Rs. 50000 and choice filling options. 
    • Candidates who have been allotted seats already can withdraw their admission in this round.
    • In withdrawal cases, a nominal fee of Rs. 10000 will be deducted from Rs.50000 counselling and the remaining will be refunded to the candidates. If candidates withdraw admission after the specified dates, no refund will be given to them. 
  • Step 4: Publication of third admission list
    • A third seat allotment list will be released including waitlisted candidates from the second round, and the list of waitlisted candidates for the next round will be released separately.
    • Waitlisted candidates, who completed choice filling and fee payment in the second round, will be in place of the candidates who have withdrawn from admission.  
  • Step 5: Completing admission formalities
    • After seat allotment, candidates have to report to the allotted NLUs for further admission formalities like document verification and payment of remaining admission fees.
    • Candidates have to carry all the documents required for verification in original as well as copies (to be submitted with the NLU)
    • Candidates not reporting to their respective NLUs will not be confirmed for final admission. Moreover, no fee refund will be given to them i.e. Rs. 50000 amount paid as counselling fee will be forfeited. 
    • If candidates are found ineligible during document verification then their admission will be cancelled. Such candidates will also not be refunded any admission fee. 
  • Note: 
    • Aspirants can apply for a full refund only under the conditions mentioned below
    • Full Refund: The aspirant may avail a refund of the full amount of Rs 50,000 If the aspirant doesn’t get a seat in any of the CLAT counselling rounds
    • A partial refund is possible under two conditions as mentioned below:
    • Condition 1: Despite being allotted a seat in any of the three allotment rounds, if the candidate t wishes to forfeit the seat and exit the CLAT admission process, then an amount of Rs 40,000 only will be refunded.
    • Condition 2: Rs. 40,000 will be also be refunded if a candidate is found ineligible on the basis of the documents or information submitted by the candidate

Documents required for CLAT Counselling 2020

  • CLAT 2020 Application Form
  • CLAT 2020 Admit Card
  • CLAT 2020 Scorecard
  • Proof of part admission fee payment (Counselling fee Rs. 50000)
  • Class 10th Marksheet (as a Date of Birth proof document)
  • Class 12th Marksheet (qualifying examination proof)
  • Caste Certificate (If applicable)
  • Specially-Abled Certificate (If applicable)
  • NRI Certificate (If applicable)
  • Sponsored NRI Certificate (If applicable)
  • Domicile Certificate (If applicable)
Subjects

BA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, BBA LLB, BSW LLB

  1. English including Comprehension:
    • In this section, the proficiency in English is tested on the basis of questions related to comprehension passages and grammar.
    • In the comprehension section, candidates are evaluated on the basis of their understanding of the passage, the central theme, meanings of words used in the passage etc.
    • The grammar section requires correction of incorrect grammatical sentences, filling of blanks in sentences with appropriate words, etc.
  1. General Knowledge and Currents Affairs:
    • In this section, candidates are evaluated on the basis of their general awareness including static general knowledge.
    • Current affair questions test a candidate’s knowledge about the events happening nationally as well as internationally.
    • To prepare for this section, candidates are advised to be up-to-date with news and other topics discussed in mainstream media from March 2019 to April 2021.
  1. Mathematics:
    • In this section, candidate’s knowledge on elementary Mathematics, that is, Maths taught up to Class X is tested.
  1. Legal Aptitude:
    • In this section, a candidate’s interest in the field of law, research aptitude as well as problem solving abilities is tested.
  1. Logical Reasoning:
    • In this section, a candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links as well as rectify illogical arguments are evaluated.
    • This section of CLAT exam includes logical reasoning questions along the lines of syllogisms, analogies, logical sequences, etc. However, visual reasoning is not tested in the exam.

LLM

LLM Subjects

Detailed Syllabus

Constitutional Law

·         Constitution law of India, definition, features, framing of Indian constitution, doctorine of separation of power, excecutive power, nature of executive of India, relationship between President and Council of Minister, constitutional rights, Writ jurisdiction of HC and SC, freedom, right against social discrimination

·         Legislative power – procedure, privileges

·         Judicial power – organisation of judiciary, jurisdiction of SC of India,

·         Federal Idea – Nature of Indian Polity, co-operative federalism

·         Freedoms of Inter-state trade and commerce

·         Impact of Emergency on centre-state relations

Criminal Law

Elements of crime, Actus Reas and Mens rea, group liability, abetment, criminal conspiracy, exceptions, attempt to commit offences, offences against public tranquility, offences against body – culpable homicide, murder, hurt, grievous hurt, wrongful confinement and wrongful restraint criminal force, assault, abduction, kidnapping, rape & un-natural offences

Torts

Classification of torts, trespass, nuisance, defamation, liability for mis-statements, negligence

Contract

Formation of contract, validity, discharge and performance of contract, remedies and quasi-contracts, Indian contract act-1872, Indian specific relief act-1963

International Law

Definition, origin and development of international law, sources and subjects of International law, relationship between International and municipal law, state recognition, state succession, international rive and canals, international law of the sea, air, space, aerial navigation, outer space exploration and use, nationality statelessness, state jurisdiction, basis of jurisdiction, jurisdiction immunity, extradition and asylum, diplomatic and consular relations, law of treaties, war and use of force in International law, law of contraband & blockade, concept of war, legal effects of outbreak of war and enemy character, settlement of international disputes, state responsibility, retorsion, reprisals, Armed interventions with the role of United Nations

Intellectual Property Rights

Nature, meaning, definition and scope of IPR, Trademarks Act 1999, Patents Act 1970, Copyright Act 1957, IPR in International Perspective

Jurisprudence

Legal method, Indian Legal system, basic theory of law, Analytical positivism, Kelsen’s pure theory of law, Hart’s definition of law, Austin’s theory of law, definition of law by Holland and Salmond, different theoretical approaches to study law and jurisprudence – Historical and anthropological approach, Sociological approach, economic approach (Marx’s and Engel’s views about the law and state, realist approach – American and Scandinavian realism,

English and Legal Language

Candidates have to write essays of 800 words per question for these two subjective questions.

Topics candidates should prepare for this section:

·         Essay using legal expression on socio-legal problems

·         Legal concepts – democracy, socialism, secularism, social justice, human rights, environment, consumer protection, protection, uniform civil code, panchayat raj

 

Subject Description
English including Comprehension
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)
Legal Aptitude
Logical Reasoning
Constitutional Law
Dates
  • CLAT 2021 exam date has been revised by the Consortium of NLUs.
  • CLAT 2021 exam is scheduled to be conducted on June 13 from 2:00-4:00 PM.
  • The CLAT exam date was postponed keeping in view the clash with the CBSE board exams.
  • The CLAT application process for 2021 is underway. Candidates can fill the CLAT application form 2021 latest by March 31
UPCOMING EVENTS

1 Jan `21 -

31 Mar `21

CLAT 2021 application process

ONGOING

Apr `21

CLAT admit card

TENTATIVE

13 Jun `21

CLAT 2021 exam day

Eligibility

CLAT Eligibility for UG courses:

To appear for CLAT exam for UG course admissions, candidates need to fulfill the below-mentioned eligibility criteria:

  • Candidates should complete Class 12 or equivalent examination from national or state board of education
  • Candidates should obtain a minimum 45 percent aggregate if belonging to General/Other Backward Class (OBC)/Specially-abled category and 40 percent aggregate if belonging to Scheduled Class (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST) category
  • There is no upper age limit to apply for CLAT 2021 as the Bar Council of India (BCI) has removed the upper or lower age limit criteria for admissions to law courses

CLAT Eligibility for PG courses:

To appear for CLAT exam for PG course admissions, candidates need to fulfill the below-mentioned eligibility criteria:

  • Candidates should obtain an LLB degree from a recognised university
  • Candidates should obtain a minimum 50 percent aggregate if belonging to General/OBC/Specially-abled category and 45 percent aggregate if belonging to SC/ST category
  • There is no upper age limit to apply for CLAT
Cut-Off
  • CLAT cutoff 2021 will be released after the results announcement by the Consortium of NLUs.
  • CLAT 2021 expected cutoffs will be available after the answer keys are published.
  • CLAT experts will release the expected cut-off for CLAT 2021 after paper analysis on the exam day itself.
  • CLAT cut-off is basically the minimum score/rank at which the qualified candidates will be offered admission in different colleges accepting CLAT scores/ranks.
  • Read here all about CLAT 2020 cut off including factors affecting cut off and institute-wise previous year cut-offs.

Factors affecting CLAT Cut off

    • The difficulty level of the exam
    • Total applications received
    • Total candidates qualifying CLAT exam (current year)
    • Total number of seats 
    • Previous year cut off

Expected Cut off for CLAT 

CLAT expected cut-off is shared by the exam experts after they have analysed the papers for UG and PG courses.

Section

CLAT 2019 Expected Cut-off Marks by Edunews

Marks per section

English including Comprehension

35

40

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

35

50

Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)

15

20

Legal Aptitude

35

50

Logical Reasoning

35

40

Total

155

200

 

Centres
  • The CLAT consortium has mentioned 40 test cities where candidates can take the exam.
  • However, it can add more exam cities to the list, refer the table below for tentative test centers.

Allahabad

Aurangabad

New Delhi

Noida

Bengaluru

Bhopal

Patiala

Patna

Bhubaneswar

Chandigarh

Pune

Raipur

Chennai

Dehradun

Ranchi

Shimla

Ernakulam

Faridabad

Siliguri

Trichy

Gandhinagar

Ghaziabad

Thiruvananthapuram

Varanasi

Gurugram

Guwahati

Vijayawada

Vishakapatnam

Hisar

Hyderabad

Jodhpur

Kanpur

Indore

Jabalpur

Kolkata

Lucknow

Jaipur

Jammu

Mumbai

Nagpur

Results
  • CLAT 2021 result date is yet to be announced
  • The Consortium of National Law Universities will make the result available on the official website of the exam separately for Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses
  • Along with the results, the consolidated merit list for CLAT UG and PG courses will also be released, mentioning the roll number and scores of all the candidates who attempted the exam
  • The result cum scorecard will mention candidate` scores in each section, overall scores, and their ranks.
  • CLAT Consortium will also release separate merit lists for CLAT 2021 for all NLUs
  • The result of CLAT 2021 will be released at consortiumofnlus.ac.in
  • The CLAT Consortium will not send hard copies of the scorecard to any candidate
  • Candidates can check their results on the CLAT Consortium website by entering their login details i.e. Registration Number and Password/Date of Birth.

 How to check CLAT Result 2020?

  • Step 1:Visit the official website of CLAT Consortium
  • Step 2:Click on the CLAT 2020 result link
  • Step 3:Enter the required details for login i.e. registration/ application number and date of birth
  • Step 4:Click on `Submit` button
  • Step 5:Go to the ‘Score Card’ tab in the registered account and click on it
  • Step 6:Check CLAT rank, score and qualifying status
  • Step 7:Download your CLAT scorecard and result sheet

 CLAT 2020 Scorecard Details 

  • Name of the Candidate
  • Father`s Name
  • Roll Number
  • Application Number
  • Category (as per CLAT form)
  • CLAT Score
  • All India Rank (AIR)
  • Category Rank
  • NRI Rank
  • NRI Sponsored Rank

CLAT Result and the problem of ties

  • CLAT Consortium will break the ties in scores of the qualified candidates to allot ranks while preparing the CLAT merit list/ rank list.
  • Tie-breaking is done in a situation where scores of two or more candidates qualifying CLAT exam is same.
  • Below is the method used to resolve ties in the merit list of CLAT: 
    • Candidate with higher marks in the Legal Aptitude section of CLAT exam is ranked higher.
    • A candidate who has a higher age (the older candidate) is ranked higher.
    • Computerized draw of lots – Here, the candidate whose name appears in the draw is ranked higher.

 What after CLAT Result 2020?

  • CLAT cutoff: Once CLAT result is declared, the Consortium of NLUs will release CLAT cutoff on its official website.
  • The cutoff is basically the minimum marks/rank that aspirants need to secure in order to qualify for this law entrance exam.
  • CLAT counselling: Once the results are declared and cutoffs are released, candidates need to take part in the CLAT 2020 counselling process.
  • It is through this counselling process that candidates can secure admission in UG and PG programmes offered at colleges accepting CLAT ranks/scores.
Admit Card
  • CLAT admit card 2021 will be available in the month of April and the card is issued only through online mode by the CLAT consortium.
  • To download CLAT admit card, candidates have to log in on the official website using registration ID and password who submit the application form of CLAT 2021 before the application window closes.
  • Admit card will be considered as hall ticket for CLAT 2021, as it mentions details candidates` as well as the allotted exam center, exam date, and timings.
  • Candidates are strongly advised to cross-check the details on their admit card, and if any discrepancy is found, they should immediately contact the exam helpdesk.

Download CLAT Admit Card 2020

  • Visit the official website of the CLAT consortium
  • Click on the “Login” button 
  • Enter mobile number and password
  • View and download CLAT hall ticket
  • Take a clear print of the CLAT admit card/ hall ticket
  • Candidates are advised to cross-check the details on the admit card before downloading it

Steps to download CLAT Admit Card if forgot password

  • In case, candidates forget the password required to login into their registered accounts, they can follow the below-mentioned steps to recover the same:
    • Visit the official website of CLAT 2020
    • Click on “CLAT Admit Card” tab/link
    • Click on Forgot Password button
    • Enter the registered mobile number
    • Click on the Request OTP button
    • A pop-up will appear – Click on the OK button
    • Enter mobile number, OTP (received on the mobile), and the new password
    • Click on the Reset Password button
    • A new password will be successfully generated
  • Thereafter, candidates can log in to their registered accounts using the mobile number and new password to download their CLAT hall ticket. 

Details on CLAT Admit Card 2020

  • Once candidates download their admit card, it is important to check all the information present on the document carefully.
  • Information given on the admit card should match with the one provided by candidates on the CLAT application form.
  • Admit card for CLAT will contain relevant details related to candidates and the exam such as:
    • Candidate’s details including name, the application number, reservation category, date of birth
    • Candidate’s photo and signature
    • Exam details including course, date and time of the exam
    • CLAT exam center name and location
    • Reporting time for candidates at the allotted exam center
  • On finding any discrepancy in the information provided on the admit card, candidates must contact the CLAT Consortium office to get it rectified.  

 Documents to carry with CLAT Admit Card 2020

  • Other than the CLAT 2020 admit card, candidates are recommended to carry a passport size photograph (preferably the same as uploaded at the time of filling the application form) and an original ID proof issued by the Government of India.
  • Documents that can be presented as ID proof include:
    • PAN Card
    • Driving License
    • Voter ID
    • Passport
    • Aadhaar Card
    • Ration Card

 CLAT Admit Card 2020 – Important points to remember

  • Some of the important points related to the CLAT admit card that each candidate need to remember:
    • Admit card will be issued for only those candidates who successfully fill and submit their application form.
    • Admit card will not be sent by post to any candidate. Candidates can access the admit card only in online mode.
    • Candidates must preserve the admit cards in good condition till they secure admission to a college.

 CLAT Exam Day Guidelines

  • Candidates appearing for the exam should be careful of the exam day instructions mentioned below:
    • Candidates should report their allotted test centres at least an hour before the exam timings. 
    • They should carry admit card for CLAT as well as one photo ID proof and a recent passport size 
    • Candidates should also carry one HB pencil and at least two pens (ballpoint and black/ blue coloured ink).

Moreover, candidates must not carry study material, valuable items or electronic devices with them as mobile phones, calculators, smart watches or tablets are banned inside the examination hall.   

Contact-Info

Official Address

Official Phone Number

Official E-mail ID

CLAT Consortium of NLU

PO Bag 7201, Nagarbhavi,

Bangalore - 560 072
Karnataka, India

08047162020

10:00 am to 05:00 pm on all working days

[email protected]

 

 

Official Website: https://clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in/

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