CLAT application form has begun from January 1, 2017. Chankaya National Law University (CNLU) Patna has opened online registration window for Common Law Admission Test which is scheduled to close on March 31, 2017. The NLU will be conducting the national-level law entrance test for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes in 18 NLUs on May 14, 2017. Candidates will need to fill the application form for CLAT 2017 till the last date along with submission of application fees. Candidates can find below more information on CLAT including application process, and submission of fees.
The application form of CLAT 2017 can be filled only online.
No CLAT application form can be filled without registering for the CNLU administered law admission test.
Candidates need to register for CLAT 2017 by entering their e-mail id, mobile number, name, and parents’ name, besides providing other details.
Once the candidates have successfully registered for the national level law exam, they receive a CLAT 2017 registration id (user id) and password.
Using the CLAT 2017 user id and password, they can fill CLAT application form including uploading of photograph, signature, and scanned copies of important documents, and also entering three examination city choices, besides paying the CLAT 2017 application fee.
No information in CLAT application form will be changed once the application fee has been paid.
Once the CLAT 2017 application form has been filled, it needs to be submitted online.
It should be noted that no hard copy of filled CLAT application form 2017 needs to be sent to the CLAT committee office, however, candidates may download the filled application form for any future correspondences.
CLAT Application Fee
Candidates applying for the common law admission test need to pay the application fee online using various payment options– Credit Card/ Debit Card/ Net Banking.
CLAT 2017 aspirants can find the fee amount in the table below as per respective categories–
CLAT 2017 application fee (in INR)
Other Backward Class (OBC)
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Persons with Disability (PwD)
CLAT Application Form– Click here to register and apply for Common Law Admission Test
Common Law Admission Test for the year 2017 is being conducted by CNLU Patna on May 14. The law entrance exam will be conducted online at over 60 cities across the nation where candidates appearing for the national-level law entrance will have to answer as many as 200 questions in time duration of 3 hours. The result of CLAT 2017 will be declared on May 29.
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