CLAT Merit List 2020 - National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi will release the 1st provisional merit list of CLAT 2020 tentatively in the 2nd week of June. The CLAT 2020 merit list will be released in online mode after declaration of result. The CLAT merit list 2020 will be released separately for UP and PG courses and for all the participating institutes. Also, the merit list will be released for all three rounds of counselling. The CLAT 2020 merit lists will include details like category-wise merit rank of the CLAT applicant who have qualified in the exam; merit list candidates are eligible to participate in the counselling process. Exam officials will prepare the merit list of CLAT 2020 based on marks obtained by candidates in CLAT 2020 entrance exam. Go through the remaining article to get complete information on CLAT merit list 2020.
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4th week of May, 2020
Declaration of result
2nd week of June, 2020
Release of 1st provisional merit list
Release of 2nd provisional merit list
4th week of June, 2020
Release of 3rd provisional merit list
Click on the appropriate link (will be updated on this page once CLAT merit list is released)
The candidate will be redirected to a page where the institute-wise merit lists will be displayed in downloadable format for both the 5-year integrated law and LLM programs
The candidate needs to click on the relevant list to check their merit status
The candidate may download the CLAT 2020 merit list
The name of the candidate
Programme applied for admission
CLAT 2020 score
CLAT 2020 All India Rank (AIR)
CLAT 2020 category rank (CR)
Score in Legal Aptitude section of CLAT 2020
The merit list of CLAT 2020 will be prepared using the CLAT 2020 scores. Also, CLAT 2020 merit list will be published in descending order of rank, with candidates with higher scores to be placed higher, followed by those with lower scores.
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A significant aspect of the CLAT merit list 2020 is it will be used for seat allotment purpose. CLAT 2020 counselling and seat allotment will be conducted in online mode, with merit list candidates having to register and exercise choice filling as part of the process. Candidates ranked higher in the CLAT 2020 merit list will be given preference during the seat allotment process. So, it is recommended that candidates try to aim for a higher rank if they wish to get into a college of their choice, especially a top-ranked institute.
In the scenario two or more candidates score the same marks in CLAT 2020, then the merit rank of such candidates will be decided in the following sequence:
The candidates with higher score in “Legal Aptitude” section of CLAT 2020 to be ranked higher
If the status quo remains, the candidate senior in age gets higher rank
If a deadlock exists at the stage, it will finally be decided by computerized draw of lots.
The merit list for the new session hasn’t been released yet. So candidates may go through previous years’ merit list of CLAT 2020.
CLAT 2019 Merit List
Name of Institute
1st Provisional Merit List
2nd Provisional Merit List
3rd Provisional Merit List
National Law School of India University(NLSIU), Bengaluru
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Click here for PG
NALSAR University of Law (NALSAR), Hyderabad
The National Law Institute University(NLIU), Bhopal
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WBNUJS), Kolkata
National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur
Hidayatullah National Law University(HNLU), Raipur
Gujarat National Law University(GNLU), Gandhinagar
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU), Lucknow
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab
Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna
The National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS), Kochi
National Law University Odisha (NLUO)
National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL), Ranchi
National Law University and Judicial Academy (NLUJA), Assam
Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (DSNLU), Visakhapatnam
Tamil Nadu National Law University (TNNLU), Tiruchirappalli
Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Mumbai
Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Nagpur
Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Aurangabad
Himachal Pradesh National Law University (HPNLU), Shimla
Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur (M.P.)
The 1st provisional merit list of CLAT 2020 will be released after declaration of result, around the 2nd week of June. The 2nd and 3rd lists will be released subsequently for each round of CLAT 2020 counselling and seat allotment.
Yes, the 21 participating institutes of CLAT 2020 will publish the merit lists for both 5-year law and LLM programs. Also, the lists would be category-specific.
The merit list will be prepared using CLAT scores; candidates with higher scores to be ranked higher. In case two or more score the same marks, tie-breaking procedure will be adopted.
Candidates included in the merit list will be eligible for participation in counselling and seat allotment process. Further, the allotment of seats will be done based on the merit rank of the candidate.
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For Lsat preparation the minimum time one should give is approx 120-150 hours in a 2-3 month period. Some students who wants to top and get best spends 250-300 hours.
And also it depends on your catching power that how you grab the things and in how much time.
If you are not able to give this much time and you only have 10 hours to give per week so you should start alot earlier.
For CLAT PG, the subjects that are covered are Constitution, Jurisprudence, Tort, Criminal law, Administrative law, IPR, Contract and Public International law. All these subjects are important for answering subjective and objective type of questions. Few books that can help you are:
Constitution book by V.N.Shukla
Constitution book by J.N. Pandey
Multiple Choice Questions on Constitution of India
Jurisprudence and Legal theory by V.D.Mahajan
Studies in Jurisprudence and legal theory by N.V.Parajape
Decoding the Jurisprudence
Law of Torts by B.M.Gandhi
IPC bu K.D.Gaur
Law of Contract and Specific Relief
Text book on International law by Dr. Rakesh Kumar Singh
You can also benefit from the previous sample papers available at: https://law.careers360.com/download/sample-papers/clat-pg-question-paper-and-answer-key-2019?icn=exam-view&ici=exam-view_related-ebook-samplepaper
Arhan, CLAT syllabus has been changed and to give you a gist of the changed syllabus, the no. of questions asked will be reduced from 200 to 120/125 but the time duration will be the same. If you pay attention to the smallest but most important things, you can easily score good marks.
English: There will be no more direct vocabulary questions. This section will have 40 questions and each carries 1 mark. This section will test your vocabulary and grammar. Reading newspapers on a regular basis will improve your word base and vocabulary.
GK: Static GK will be removed and only your knowledge on current affairs will be tested. This section consists of 50 questions and each question carries 1 mark. Questions will be asked from Current affairs and Static General Knowledge like History, Geography and Sciences. This is the most easiest section if you can read newspapers daily.
Mathematics: Only DI based questions. This section carries 20 marks and is based on Class 10th Mathematics. Constant practise of basic Mathematics is the key. You should practise quantitative aptitude questions like Percentages, Numbers and number systems, Time and work. Time Speed and Distance, Co-ordinate Geometry, Trigonometry and Probability
Logical Reasoning: More emphasis on critical reasoning questions. There will be 40 questions asked, each carrying 1 mark. The questions might include topics like Family tree, Syllogisms, Coding and Decoding, Arrangements and Critical Reasoning. Out of 40, you should atleast aim to answer 35 questions.
So do help us which section exactly do you want us to help you with.
The prescribed application forms are either available online or from the local authorities, i.e. the Sub-Divisional Magistrate/Tehsildar's office/Revenue Department/District Collector's Office, or any other authority as specified in the State/UT of your residence. You will be required to produce proof of continuous residence in the State/UT for a specified minimum period, or that of holding land in the State/UT, depending on the rules in the State/UT concerned. Documents for proving your identity, attestation of the form by officers with the necessary authority, school certificates and the Tehsil Enquiry Report may also be required.
Documents required for obtaining domicile certificate:-
roof of residence-license, voter card,etc.
2-Proof of his Birth- birth certificate, school certificate, or 10th or 12th marks.
two latest passport size photographs
4-Proof of identity-voter card, Aadhar card, Driving license, and others as specified by the State Government.
Hope this will help,please feel free to ask if you have any further queries.
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