NALSAR Hyderabad Cutoff 2020 - The Consortium of NLUs will determine the cutoff of NALSAR Hyderabad 2020 for admission to the 5-year integrated BA LLB and one-year LLM programs offered by the institute. The NALSAR Hyderabad cutoff 2020 would be released separately for the two programs for all the three rounds and will be category-specific. Candidates who meet the cutoff rank for respective programs will be eligible for admission to NALSAR Hyderabad; rest will be out of the admission process. The NALSAR Hyderabad 2020 cutoff would be based on various parameters like number of applicants, seat intake, and performance of applicants in the CLAT exam. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of NALSAR Hyderabad Cutoff 2020.LATEST: CLAT 2020 application form to open on January 1.
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The pen-and-paper based CLAT 2020 will be conducted on May 10 for admission to postgraduate and undergraduate law courses offered by the participating NLUs. The combined intake capacity for the 5-year integrated law courses is around 2500, while there are about 720 seats for the LL program. Application form of CLAT 2020 is slated to commence on January 1.
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Total number of candidates appearing in CLAT 2020
Total number of applicants
Performance of applicants in the exam
Sanctioned seats in the applied program
Category of the candidate
Considering the above factors are not constant and may change, the cutoff would also change. For example, if a large number of candidates performs well in CLAT 2020, the cutoff would automatically go higher, and vice versa.
The CLAT 2020 cutoff will be released for all the 21 participating NLUs, including NALSAR Hyderabad.
Category-wise total seats
All India seats
SC (TL) (W)
ST (TL) (W)
Scheduled Caste Women
Scheduled Tribe Women
State Scheduled Caste
State Scheduled Caste Women
State Scheduled Tribe
State Scheduled Tribe Women
The cutoff will be based on parameters like number of applicants, seat intake, and applicants performance in CLAT 2020.
No, if the candidate doesn’t meet the cutoff determined for the program in either open or reserved categories, he/she will not be considered for admission.
There will total three rounds of counselling, and the category-wise cutoff will be released for each program
The total intake for BA LLB program is 105 seats, and for LLM program it is 50 seats.
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