CLAT 2014 Counselling Second Allotment List Issued
Updated on Aug 7, 2014 - 9:07 a.m. IST by Apratim Chatterjee
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CLAT Committee has issued Second Counselling List on June 25 for the candidates who haven’t got their seats in any of the participating National Law Universities as per the CLAT 2014 Counselling. The students are herby informed that they must check in their registered Login Id of CLAT 2014. No further information has been put over in this regard at the official website.

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CLAT 2014 Second Allotment List delayed by 2 days – The Second Allotment List as per CLAT 2014 Counselling Schedule was to be out on June 23, 2014 which has been delayed by two days and released on June 25. As per the earlier CLAT 2014 Counselling Calendar, June 25 was scheduled for the release of Third Allotment List for CLAT 2014.

 

Following Colleges also offer undergraduate programmes in Law –

Mody Institute of Science and Technology has invited registrations for the undergraduate law courses for academic session 2014. Click here to Register Online.

Ansal University is also offering various programmes in the law programmes at the undergraduate level for the academic session 2014. Click here to Download Applications and Apply Now.

 

Earlier CLAT Committee had published CLAT 2014 Provisional Allotment List on June 16. As per CLAT 2014 Provisional Allotment List, the first 2500 candidates had to exercised the option to remain in the admission process which ended on June 15, 2014.

 

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CLAT 2014, the national level law entrance exam was held on May 11 in 21 examination centers in India for admissions to the BA LLB course for 1660 seats distributed among the participating 14 NLUs. 

 

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