NLUJA Assam Cutoff 2018 – The CLAT Committee has released the cutoff of NLUJA Assam 2018 as a part of the seat allotment procedure for admissions into the law programmes. CLAT 2018 was conducted on May 13, 2018, for the candidates seeking admissions into the undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes. The article on NLUJA Assam Cutoff provides CLAT aspirants information regarding the minimum marks required for admissions into the National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam. The cutoff of NLUJA is also regarded as the last rank that is needed to secure a seat in the Assam NLU under the different category for each law programmes on offer. Candidates will be required to appear in CLAT 2018 and obtain a score beside meeting the NLUJA Cutoff in order to be eligible for attending the CLAT counselling procedure.
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It should be noted that the CLAT Committee released the NLUJA 2018 Assam Cutoff separately for each category including General, SC, ST and other special groups of the society. Moreover, the NLU considers a number of factors including difficulty level of the law examination, number of candidates appearing, cutoff of the year 2018, cutoff of the previous year, number of qualifying candidates and the number of seats offered in the law programme. Candidates need to read this information-enriched article below to get an idea of the previous years' trends of NLUJA cutoff.
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NLUJA Cutoff 2018 for BA LLB
State Scheduled Caste
State General Scheduled Caste
State Scheduled Tribe
State Scheduled Tribe P
State General Scheduled Tribe
State General Scheduled Tribe H
State Scheduled Tribe H
NLUJA Cutoff 2018 for L.L.M
State Schedule Caste
State Schedule Tribe P
State Schedule Tribe H
NLUJA Assam Seat reservation 2018 – For B.A L.L.B
Scheduled caste of Assam (7%)
Scheduled Tribe (plains) of Assam (10%)
Scheduled Tribe (hills) of Assam (5%)
NLUJA Assam Seat reservation 2018 – For B.A L.L.B (Special category)
SAP (Specially-abled persons)
PRA (Permanent Resident of Assam)
*Out of the seats allocated to different categories, as outlined above, 6 seats shall be reserved for SAP and 30 seats for Permanent Residents of Assam
NLUJA Assam Seat reservation 2018 – For L.L.M
NLUJA Assam Seat reservation 2018 – For LLM (Special category)
*Out of the seats allocated to different categories, as outlined above, 1 seat shall be reserved for SAP and 1 seats for SAP and 8 seats for Permanent Residents of Assam.
NLUJA Assam Cutoff
Candidates looking forward to the cutoff of NLUJA Assam 2018, will be provided with the same as soon it is being released officially.
NLUJA Assam Cutoff 2017 for B.A L.L.B
AI Horizontal Assam Domicile
AI Scheduled caste
AI Scheduled tribe
AI Horizontal SAP
AI Scheduled Tribe Hills
NLUJA Assam Cutoff 2017 for L.L.M
NLUJA Assam Cutoff 2016 for B.A L.L.B
NLUJA Assam Cutoff 2016 for L.L.M
Factors determining NLUJA Assam Cutoff 2018
The CLAT Committee keeps certain criteria while releasing the cutoff of NLUJA Assam 2018 as mentioned here.
Candidates appearing in the law entrance examination.
Cutoff of the previous year.
Number of candidates qualified in CLAT 2018.
Seats available in the law programme offered by the university.
Difficulty level of the national-level law examination.
What after NLUJA Assam Cutoff 2018
Candidates who will score according to the NLUJA Assam 2018 Cutoff in the national-level law entrance examination, CLAT 2018 will be shortlisted for the counselling and admission process to get into NLUJA Assam.
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