CLAT 2015 Counselling
CLAT 2015 Counselling was held by Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU) in online mode which began from May 21 and ended on July 6. Candidates who had qualified in CLAT 2015 needed to check here Online Counselling Procedure of CLAT 2015 along with the schedule. You could have checked below to login to your CLAT 2015 Account for participating in CLAT 2015 Counselling. The official link of Counselling was provided in this page below.
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CLAT 2015 Seat Allotment for third round of counselling had begun from June 21.
CLAT 2015 Online Counselling for the first and second rounds ended on May 25 and June 19, respectively.
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As per the official numbers, as many as 39772 candidates had registered for CLAT 2015 which was held on May 10 in online mode for the very first time and last year the number was 31231 .
How to participate in CLAT 2015 Counselling - Candidates participating in Counselling Schedule of CLAT 2015 could have looked below for the instructions -
- Click on the official link of CLAT 2015 Counselling provided below in this page
- Login to your CLAT 2015 Account using your Login Account and Password
- Qualifying candidates will need to fill up their preferences of CLAT 2015
- Candidate need to fill-up the Preference of the NLUs for admission in order of their choice
- The merit-cum-preference list as indicated by candidates during CLAT 2015 Counselling was the basis for admissions to the very programme in the indicated NLUs
- In case, the candidates failed to mark the preferences within the stipulated time as mentioned in CLAT 2015 Counselling Schedule, their right to be considered for admissions had been forfeited
- Candidates from various categories were allowed to participate in Online CLAT 2015 Counselling against the seats available in the NLUs as indicated by them on a payment of Rs. 50000 in either of the modes, online and offline as CLAT 2015 Counselling Fee
- If in any case, candidates failed to deposit the required amount of fees by the scheduled date, lost their chance and forfeited their rights for being considered for admission in CLAT 2015 and as a result their names had been omitted from CLAT 2015 Merit List
- The first provisional allotment list categorized university-wise and based on merit-cum-preference were available in this page
- The candidates provisionally selected and allotted at various NLUs were needed to reserve their seats within a stipulated time by logging into their CLAT 2015 Accounts
- At this stage, candidates were provided three options -
(a) I hereby take admission with the allotted university and do not want my candidature to be considered for the next higher preference (This option can be availed only once), or
(b) I hereby take admission with the allotted university and also want my candidature to be considered for the next higher preference, or
(c) I hereby do not want to take part in the admission process
- Any of the options exercized once, it was treated as final and irrevocable. In case any candidate failed to reserve the seats, were considered for admissions in future
- Along with the CLAT 2015 Counselling Provisional Allotment List, another list of waitlisting candidates was also issued. The list specified the names of those candidates who undertook counselling after remitting the fees
- In case, if any candidate from the waitlist failed to get any seat in any of the NLUs due to unavailability of seats, after depositing the counselling fees of CLAT 2015 and participating in the counseeling schedule, the entire amount of Rs. 50000 had been refunded to him/her, without any deduction
- After the candidates had been finally allotted an NLU, they needed to remit the balance fees to the respective allotted Universities after the completition of admission formalities, while the deposited counselling fees of Rs. 50000 was transferred to the respective NLU
- The candidates withdrawing from the admission process after the stipulated date were refunded Rs. 40000 after deducting the processing fee of Rs. 10000
CLAT 2015 Counselling Dates – Check below the scheduled dates of CLAT 2015 Counselling -
CLAT 2015 Counselling Schedule
Dates for indicating University-wise preference
May 21 - May 25, 2015
Publication of first Indicative seat allocation list
June 9, 2015
Dates for payment of counselling fee
June 10 - June 13, 2015
Publication of second allotment list after for payment of counselling fee
June 15, 2015
Dates for locking of allotted seats or exercising option for up-gradation or for withdrawing from the Admission Process against second allotment list.
June 16 - 19, 2015
Publication of third allotment list.
June 21, 2015
Date for payment of Counselling Fee
June 21 - June 23, 2015
Dates for admission against allotment list to be completed by the participating NLU(s)
June 24 - June 27, 2015
Dates for receiving details of vacancies from the participating NLU(s)
Upto June 28, 2015
Publication of Fourth and final allotment list with up-gradated and wait listed candidates.
July 1, 2015
Dates for admission against Fourth allotment list.
Upto July 2 - July 4, 2015
Date of Closure of CLAT-2015 office.
July 6, 2015
CLAT 2015 is the common law admission test for admissions to 2164 seats in five-year integrated law programmes including BA LLB in the 16 participating NLUs.
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Questions related to CLAT
What about Clat ? Will it happen or not.
Hope you are doing well.
Coming to your question,as of now it is being said that CLAT would be the first national exam that would be conducted in covid times.
This exam is scheduled to be conducted on August 22,2020.
A dedicated covid team , thermal testing,and sanitized boards are some of the precautions that are planned to be taken across various test centres.
I hope this was useful.
CLAT 2020 is on 22nd August. do I have to fill the application form of private University now or after the declaration of result of CLAT 2020 marks and ranks ?
The best decision will be fill up your application forms of private universities before Clat.
If you wait for clat result then there will be less colleges left out. So, fill your Application form before Clat results.
If u get results of either clat or other private colleges, you will so many choices in your hand and you can walk forward in your life.
All The Best
How much marks are required in clat for OBC non-creamy layer for nlu?
So currently there is no reservation for OBC category in NLU for selection process. The 23 NLU's have already got notice by NCBC regarding the reservation for OBC category. Currently due to lockdown no certain decision has been taken. But last hearing was done on January 20. So their is no such specific marks requirement for OBC.
i am an 3rd year student of BA who want to enter this university to pursue PG diploma in public health care and medical law......should i write CLAT for this???
Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a centralised national level governmental entrance test for admissions to twenty two National Law Universities (NLU) in India. Most private and self-financed law schools in India also use these scores for law admissions.
The eligibility for doing PG Diploma in public health is that a candidate should have M.B.B.S. or BDS or B.Sc. degree in the field of health sciences, nursing or natural sciences or holding a BA degree in social science or any other equivalent examination with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks.
For pursuing medical law you don't have to appear in CLAT, you can get direct admission in some law colleges.
I hope this helps.
what is the marks distribution for clat 2020
here's the marking scheme for you
hope this helps you to prepare for the exam
Questions per section
Marks per section
English including Comprehension
28 - 32 MCQs
28 - 32 marks
Current Affairs including General Knowledge
35 - 39 MCQs
35 - 39 marks
35 - 39 MCQs
35 - 39 marks
28 - 32 MCQs
28 - 32 marks
Quantitative Techniques (Elementry mathematics up to class 10th)
13 - 17 MCQs
13 - 17 marks
All the best for your exam