CLAT 2016 Seat Allotment for first round has been announced on June 1, 2016 for admissions to 1974 candidates in the five-year integrated law programmes at 17 National Law Universities (NLUs). The first seat allotment of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2016 also mentions a list of a total of 18 Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) for admissions to the undergraduate (UG) law programmes offered at WBNUJS Kolkata.Related PostCLAT 2019CLAT Application Form 2019CLAT Admit Card 2019With announcement of seat allotment, the online choice locking and counselling process also begins from June 1, 2016. The seat selection will finally be based on the All India Ranking and choices entered by candidates.
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CLAT Seat Allotment List 2016 specifies various details of candidates including application number, their name, All India Rank (AIR) and their categories.
With the seat allotment list of CLAT 2016, candidates can also know CLAT 2016 Cutoff required for admissions in the NLUs.
Candidates can check here the first list of seat allotment of CLAT 2016 for each participating NLUs of law exam.
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Total No. of candidates in first seat allotment list
CLAT 2016 Cutoff*
CLAT 2016 Seat Allotment List
National Law School of India University, Bangalore
National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, Hyderabad
National Law Institute University, Bhopal
West Bengal National University of Judicial Sciences, Kolkata
National Law University, Jodhpur
Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar
Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow
Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Patiala
Chanakya National Law University, Patna
National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi
National Law University Odisha
National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi
National Law University and Judicial Academy, Guwahati
Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirappali
Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Vishakhapatnam
Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai
*For All India Unreserved category
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Pursuing a LLM course abroad strain the candidates because if the need to fulfill a lot of formalities but is highly rewarding.
Firstly, it is imperative to know about which course to specialize in. General LLM courses
Here are some of the best colleges to pursue permit Law students to take up a number of unrelated subjects like International Arbitration Law with Entertainment Law or Intelligence Law. Secondly, a candidate needs to work on his/her financial budget before applying as different universities across different regions require different degrees of investment. Letters of recommendation must be kept in handy as most colleges seek students to have one.
Some of the best institutions to study Law abroad are as follows:
University of Alberta, Canada
McGill University, Canada
University of Windsor, Canada
University of Calgary, Canada
Stanford University, USA
Dalhousie University, Canada
RMIT University, Australia
University of Hertfordshire, UK
Middlesex University, UK
University of Leeds, UK
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Yow will get admission in LLB after bachelor's in Engineering.For admission in LLB through CLAT a candidate must have passed 10+2 or its equivalent and must have passed bachelor's degree in any discipline.General candidates must have 45% in degree for SC/ST it is 40% from a recognised board or university.
I can suggest you some tips which will help you in preparing better for the same:
1. Check out the last year questions papers: it will help you to analyze a pattern and types of questions they ask in the Paper.
2. Take all the monthly magazine for the whole year: this will help you to read the news faster.
3. Check out the current affairs website/e-paper to get bulletins or short summary of the affairs.
4. Write down notes (but it might take longer time so do it as per the time limit)
5. Make sure that you complete a good amount of reading in a day. Do not go on for reading and remembering the whole news. Look out for a pattern of reading the current affairs which will help you in the exam as you have less time and a lot of syllabus to cover.
A pass ceritficate issued by any educational board certifies that the candidate has cleared all subjects scoring passing marks and is eligible to take up degree courses in other institutions. Since you have it you should proceed with completing the application.
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It's good to know you are interested in CLAT . But yes, clearing boards with marks is more important , but now take just 1 hours extra to prepare for CLAT. But after giving 12th exam, make to get into a crash course of CLAT . This will really help you a lot.
I hope this helps.
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