CLAT 2015 3rd Round Seat Allotment Analysis
Updated on Jun 29, 2015 - 10:50 p.m. IST by Apratim Chatterjee
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CLAT 2015 Counselling for third round was over on June 27 with as many as 1955 seats locked in the counselling round. According to the CLAT officials, each of the offered seats in as many as three NLUs including NUSRL Ranchi, NLUJAA Guwahati and DSNLU Vishakhapatnam had been locked. While on the other hand, GNLU Gandhinagar tops the chart with maximum number of unlocked seats, i.e. 31 seats in the third round of CLAT 2015 Counselling, followed by 25 seats in HNLU Raipur and 21 seats in RGNUL Patiala.

 

Careers360 brings you an analysis of the allotted seats in third round of CLAT 2015 Counselling. As per the official CLAT 2015 3rd Seat Allotment List, as many as 75 candidates had locked their preference for National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bangalore. Out of the total 115 seats offered at NALSAR Hyderabad, as many as 106 seats were locked and a total of 108 candidates had locked National Law Institute University (NLIU) Bhopal as their first preference in the third round.

 

CLAT 2015 3rd Round Seat Allotment Analysis will help with an overview of the number of candidates allotted seats in participating 16 NLUs and the status of vacant seats in participating NLUs.

 

Before analyzing the seat allotment of third counselling round of CLAT 2015, let us have a look on the total number of seats in the 16 participating NLUs.

 

Total number of seats in participating NLUs – A total of 2190 seats is offered for the five-year integrated law programmes including BA LLB in 16 NLUs.

 

Seats status in NLSIU Bangalore – The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in NLSIU Bangalore across categories

Seats status in NALSAR Hyderabad – The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in NALSAR Hyderabad across categories

Seats status in NLIU Bhopal – The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in NLIU Bhopal across categories

Seats status in WBNUJS Kolkata – The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in WBNUJS Kolkata across categories

Seats status in NLU Jodhpur– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in NLU Jodhpur across categories

Seats status in HNLU Raipur– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in HNLU Raipur across categories

Seats status in GNLU Gandhinagar– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in GNLU Gandhinagar across categories

Seats status in RMLNLU Lucknow– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in RMLNLU Lucknow across categories

Seats status in RGNUL Patiala– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in RGNUL Patiala across categories

Seats status in CNLU Patna– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in CNLU Patna across categories

Seats status in NUALS Kochi– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in NUALS Kochi across categories

Seats status in NLUO Cuttack– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in NLUO Cuttack across categories

Seats status in NUSRL Ranchi – The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in NUSRL Ranchi across categories



Seats status in NLUJAA Guwahati– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in NLUJAA Guwahati across categories

Seats status in DSNLU Vishakhapatnam– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in DSNLU Vishakhapatnam across categories

Seats status in TNNLS Tiruchirappalli– The below pictogram provides an overview of the locked seats in TNNLS Tiruchirappalli across categories

*Disclaimer – The data represented here is based on the official 3rd seat allotment counselling result as published by CLAT 2015 Committee. The allotted seats in a particular category of NLUs may overlap with the other categories.

 

Seats remaining vacant for next rounds of CLAT 2015 Counselling – The pictogram below displays the vacant seats across 16 NLUs

CLAT 2015 Round 4 Seat Allotment List will be released by the CLAT Committee on July 1. CLAT 2015 Counselling is scheduled to end on July 6 with completion of admission process.

 

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