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CLAT NLUs Vacant Seats 2024: Admission to Vacant Seats After Counselling

CLAT NLUs Vacant Seats 2024: Admission to Vacant Seats After Counselling

Edited By Sansar Singh Chhikara | Updated on Jun 25, 2024 03:51 PM IST | #CLAT

CLAT NLUs Vacant Seats 2024: The National Law Universities conduct admissions through entrance exam. The NLUs are undoubtedly among the most prestigious law institutions in India. The Common Law Admission Test is conducted once every year for admission to 24 NLUs in 5-year LLB and LLM courses. However, once the CLAT 2024 counselling process is over, the NLUs conduct their individual admission process for vacant seats left in NLUs. These vacant seats in NLUs 2024 are filled through a separate admission process. In this article, we will list out the vacant seats left in top NLUs, admission process and more.

The CLAT counselling concluded on May 31, 2024. CLAT 2024 was conducted on December 3, 2023. The CLAT 2025 exam will be conducted on December 1, 2024.

CLAT NLUs Vacant Seats 2024

NALSAR Hyderabad BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General

1

WBNUJS Kolkata BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General - PwD

1

WBNUJS Kolkata BSc. LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General

3

AI SC

1

AI ST

1

Total

5

HNLU Raipur BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

NRI

1

AI General PwD/SAP

1

Total

2

GNLU Gandhinagar BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

General Woman

1

GNLU Silvassa BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

General (W)

5

General

1

General (W)-GC-DDN Domicile

1

General (EWS)

1

SC (W)

1

SC (W)- SC-DDN

1

ST (W)

1

OBC (W)

1

Total

12

RMNLU Lucknow BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

Minimum rank required

AI General

9

1000

OBC UP

2

4000

Total

11

-

RGNUL Punjab BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant SeatsMinimum rank required

AI General

-

1500

SC

-

-

ST

-

-

PWD

-

-

NLU Odisha BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI ST-AP

1

AI SC-AP

1

OD General (SAP)

1

Total

3

NLU Odisha BBA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General

20

AI General (SAP)

1

OD General

2

OD General SAP

1

Total

24

NUSLR Ranchi BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General

9

AI EWS

1

AI OBC

2

AI SC

3

AI ST

1

Jharkhand General

1

Jharkhand BC

1

Jharkhand ST

1

J&K residence

1

Total

20

NLU Assam BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General

35

AI SC

1

Total

26

DSNLU Vishakhapatnam BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General

7

AI OBC

2

AI SC

2

AP State BC-A

2

AP State BC-B

2

AP State SC

2

AP State General

4

AP State EWS

3

AI EWS

2

Total

26

TNNLU Tiruchirappalli BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General

4

AI SC

1

AI OBC

1

GC-TN

1

SCO-TN

1

Total

8

TNNLU Tiruchirappalli BCom LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General

3

AI OBC

5

AI SC

4

Wards of Kashmiri Migrants

1

SCO-TN

1

Total

14

MNLU Mumbai BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

AI General

5

DTA MH

1

Total

6

MNLU Aurangabad BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

SC

3

ST

3

De-notified Tribe

1

Nomadic Tribes (C)

1

EWS

2

General

10

Total

20

MNLU Aurangabad BBA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

SC

1

ST

3

OBC

1

De-notified Tribe

2

Nomadic Tribes (C)

1

EWS

1

General

15

Total

24

HPNLU Shimla BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

Category

Vacant Seats

General

24

SC

1

Total

25

HPNLU Shimla BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

CategoryVacant Seats

General

13

SC

5

ST

1

Total

19

DNLU Jabalpur BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

CategoryVacant Seats

General

16

SC

7

ST

4

OBC

6

EWS

4

J&K

1

Total

38

NLU Sonipat BA LLB Vacant Seats 2024

CategoryVacant Seats(tentative)

General- AI

7

GC- HR

1

WLREGC- HR

2

EWS- AI

2

EWS- HR

1

OBC- AI

7

BC-

B- HR

1

SC- AI

3

SC- HR

1

Total

25

Admission Process for Vacant Seats in NLUs 2024

All the national law universities conduct their separate admission process. To get admission to the vacant seats in NLUs 2024, candidates will be required to visit the websites oof these NLUs and apply for admission. Applicants will be required to fill in a Google form along with the required documents like CLAT 2024 result, academic documents copies etc. The general admission process for vacant seats in NLUs has been given below:

  • Visit the official website of the NLU you are interested in taking admission.

  • Go to the admissions section on the website.

  • Click on the Google Forms link for “admission to vacant seats for admission”.

  • Fill in all the details asked in the form carefully like CLAT rank, category, course preference etc.

  • Attach all the required documents.

  • Make the required fee payment and click on the submit button.

  • Check the merit list regularly on the official website of the NLU for your admission status.

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Hello aspirant,

On July 7, 2024, the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) will publish the CLAT 2025 announcement in a variety of print and digital media. The CLAT 2025 exam date was previously announced by the consortium on May 6. The notice states that the offline CLAT exam 2025 will take place on December 1. Candidates who meet the requirements and would like to participate in CLAT 2025 can register online and submit their applications at consortiumofnlus.ac.in, the official website.

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Hope this information helps you.

If you remember registering for CLAT 2024, you should have received a confirmation email or message containing your application number. It might also be available on your account dashboard if you created one on the CLAT website

The admit card for CLAT 2024 (if applicable) likely won't be available yet. Admit cards are typically released a few weeks before the exam. You'll need your CLAT application number and password to download it from the official CLAT website

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Hello Aspirant  , Hope your doing great . As per your query , if you get first rank in CLAT you have to pay fee in NLUS but yo may get consession but you have to  pay fee

Greetings,
Yes you can absolutely pursue three year LLB course in Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). In contrast with other competitive examinations, CLAT does not have any age limitation. The CLAT registration process for 2025 will start from 15th JULY, 2024 and the exam will be held on 1st December, 2024.

For further information about CLAT 2025 examination, you can click the link attached below.

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1111112=___________

Option: 1

123456654321


Option: 2

1234554321


Option: 3

123454321


Option: 4

12345654321


125 toffees cost Rs. 75, Find the cost of one million toffees if there is a discount of 40% on the selling price for this quantity.

 

Option: 1

Rs.3,00,000


Option: 2

Rs. 3,20,000


Option: 3

3,60,000


Option: 4

Rs.4,00,000


14. Find the present value (in Rs.) of Rs.3000 due after 5 years at 10% p.a. simple interest.

Option: 1

1500


Option: 2

1800


Option: 3

2000


Option: 4

2500


24. Raju took a loan at 8% per annum simple interest for a period of 5 years. At the end of five years he paid Rs.10640 to clear his loan. How much loan did he take?

Option: 1

Rs.8500


Option: 2

Rs.8000


Option: 3

Rs.7700


Option: 4

Rs.7600


'A' carelessly left an iron pole across a public road 300 m from that spot was a traffic signal indicating speed limit to be 20 kmph. B, riding a scooter at 80 kmph, noticed the protrusion from a distance, but still could not avoid it, collided with the pole and was injured. In an action by B against A.

Option: 1

B will lose as he was driving very fast


Option: 2

B will lose for some other reasons


Option: 3

B will succeed, because A was careless


Option: 4

B will succeed, because A could have avoided the mishap by putting up a warning


'A' was having a get together with his old friends and on his friend's suggestions, he consumed some alcohol. On his way back to home at night, 'A' heard some footsteps and turning back, he imagined he saw a figure moving towards him with a spear. In fact, it was only a man, 'B' with an umbrella, who was telling 'A' to walk carefully since 'A' appeared to be unsteady. However, 'A' proceeded to attack 'B' with an iron rod leading to grave injuries to 'B'. Is 'A' guilty of causing grievous hurt to 'B'?

Option: 1

No, 'A' is not guilty because in his intoxicated state, the umbrella appeared a spear to him and he exercised his right of private defence.


Option: 2

No, 'A' is not guilty because 'B' could have attacked 'A' with his umbrella


Option: 3

No, 'A' is not guilty because he was intoxicated on the suggestions of his friends and was incapable of knowing that he was savagely attacking a man, who was carrying only an umbrella


Option: 4

Yes, 'A' is guilty because he got intoxicated voluntarily and under the effect of this voluntary intoxication, he attacked and caused grievous injuries to 'B' who posed no threat to him in fart


'A"s cattle was being regularly stolen and 'A' was unable to apprehend the thief. One night, 'A' finally manages to catch 'B' untying his cow from the cowshed under the cover of darkness. 'A' slowly crept up to 'B' and slashed his neck with a sickle leading to the death of 'B' Is 'A' guilty of the offence of culpable homicide?

Option: 1

No, 'A' was only exercising his right of private defence of property


Option: 2

No, 'B' continued stealing of his cattle would have rendered his business inoperable


Option: 3

Yes, 'A' had no reasonable apprehension that 'A' could suffer any grievous hurt if he did not kill 'B'


Option: 4

Yes, 'A' should have first challenged 'B' to surrender before taking any steps to cause 'B's death


A, a 15 year old girl, having been rebuked by her mother leaves her house. At railway station she met the accused who takes her to his house. He provides her clothes, money and ornaments at his house and has sexual intercourse with the girl with her consent. What offence has been committed?

Option: 1

The mother is accused of maltreatment.


Option: 2

The accused is guilty of rape.  


Option: 3

The accused is not guilty.


Option: 4

None of the above.


A, a 15 year old girl, left her mother’s house and joined the accused because her mother has turned down the proposal of her marriage with the accused on the ground that she was too young. While she was with the accused he had sexual intercourse with her against her will. What offence has been committed?

Option: 1 None

Option: 2 None

Option: 3 None

Option: 4 None

A, a chain snatcher, forcibly pulled the ear rings from the ears of an old lady. Both the ear lobes were torn and the old lady suffered pain and suffering for over three weeks. For what offence can A be prosecuted? What offence have been committed?

Option: 1

He is guilty of theft.


Option: 2

A is guilty of voluntarily causing ‘grievous hurt’.


Option: 3

He is guilty of rash and negligent.


Option: 4

None of the above.


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