Top colleges other than NLUs accepting CLAT scores
Top colleges other than NLUs accepting CLAT scores - Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is conducted by the Consortium of National Law Universities for admissions to NLUs. And, being a national law entrance test, CLAT is accepted respectfully by several other law colleges.Candidates who miss the journey to NLUs from CLAT 2020 will still have enough options, as there are several law colleges other than NLUs that accept CLAT. The conducting body has released a list colleges other than NLUs that will accept CLAT scores, these are called CLAT affiliated colleges. To know more about such law colleges other than NLUs accepting CLAT scores, admission process and more, read the complete article.
Law colleges accepting CLAT scores
There are two types of colleges that accept CLAT scores, one, who are officially affiliated with the CLAT consortium, others who, though not officially affiliated, but still, consider CLAT scores for giving admisisons to the law programmes. The composite list of law colleges other than NLUs accepting CLAT scores is given below in a table.
CLAT affiliated law colleges
BML Munjal University
Karnavati University, Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL)
Maharshi Law School, Maharishi University of Information Technology
ISBR Law College
MIT World Peace University
NIMT Institute of Method and Law (NIMT Vidhi Evam Kanun Sansthan)
JIMS Engineering Management Technical campus School of Law
CLAT 2020 selection process
Admissions to the CLAT participating universities are offered on the basis of merit cum preference. The complete CLAT selection process can be summarized into the following steps.
Release of application form - The Consortium of National Law Universities released the CLAT application form on January 1, 2020, in online mode. The application form of CLAT 2020 can be filled by registering at the official website of CLAT consortium.
Release of CLAT admit card - Successfully registered applicants are issued CLAT admit card 2020 in online mode. Candidates can download CLAT admit card by simply logging into the admission portal of Consortium.
Conduct of entrance exam - CLAT is conducted in offline mode, in a pen and paper format. Candidates are given OMR sheets to record the answers. As per the new CLAT exam pattern 2020, the questions will now be of descriptive and comprehensive type. There will be passages given the exam from which questions will be asked. The total number of questions has been reduced from 200 to 150.
Result declaration - The authorities declare the CLAT result 2020 in online mode and candidates will be able to check their scores again by logging into the admission portal. After the CLAT result declaration, the merit list will be released consisting of the ranks and names of provisionally qualified candidates.
CLAT counselling - Each CLAT participating college releases the CLAT cut off list and shortlisted candidates are called for counselling and seat allotment process, The CLAT counselling 2020 is the final stage of selection process, during which candidates are verified against the information and documents submitted by them.
For candidates who couldn’t secure a seat in NlUs, or those looking for top law colleges other than NLUs, may save the result and score card of CLAT and appear in the counselling of the college of their choice for admissions.
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Questions related to CLAT
I want the new syllabus for Clat
The new syllabus for CLAT focuses on 5 core subjects including:-
- Current affairs and general knowledge
- Logical reasoning
- Legal aptitude
The Examination is divided into 150 questions with each question carrying 1 mark. The examination is 2 hours long and MCQ based.
In order to learn more about the subjects and the topics they cover, click on the link below.
In the link above, you'll find detailed information about the new syllabus for CLAT UG as well as CLAT PG.
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age limit for NLU S, through clat and Ailet exams.
As of 2020, there is no upper age limit for CLAT examination and any candidate that has finished their 10+2 with a minimum 45% aggregate score.
For AILET, assuming one is applying for UG degree, there is no upper age limit either. A candidate that has finished their 10+2 for a recognised board with a minimum 50% aggregate score can appear for this examination.
In order to learn more about the eligibility criteria of these examinations, click on the link below:-
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I want clat free class and free moke test
You can check the sample papers at the official page: https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/clat-2020/ug-sample-questions.html and for the mock test, login to the official website https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/clat-2020/ with your login credentials and you will be routed to the mock test.
can i give both Clat and Ailet enterance exam or i had to choose one
Check the eligibility criteria-
how many candidates are there in clat enterance examination and how many are selected
Consortium of NLUs conducts CLAT for admission to various Law colleges for different undergraduate and postgraduate law courses.
There are total 2538 seats for undergraduate law courses in different NLUs and 738 seats for LLM is offered through CLAT. For above intake near about 50,000-55,000 students appear for CLAT 2020.
For more details about CLAT 2020 you should refer to the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.