Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2018 is being conducted by NUALS Kochi on May 13 for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes. Candidates can check CLAT 2018 details including important dates, application, eligibility, exam pattern, result and counselling.
CLAT application form 2018 will be announced on January 1. Candidates will need to register online for filling CLAT 2018 application form. The application form of CLAT needs to be submitted by March.
LAT Eligibility Criteria 2018 mentions minimum qualifications required to fill application form of CLAT 2018. It’s mandatory to read and understand CLAT 2018 eligibility criteria before applying for Common Law Admission Test.
CLAT Admit Card 2017 released by Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) Patna on April 20 at 10 pm. Candidates could download CLAT 2017 admit card by logging in through their registered CLAT accounts. Check here process to download admit card of CLAT 2017.
The Supreme Court passed an interim order on March 3, staying the age limit rule introduced by the BCI in September 2016. This means that LLB aspirants applying for CLAT and other law exams will not have any age limits applicable to them.
The Bar Council of India passed a resolution in its General Body meeting on March 1, introducing an interim increase the upper age limits for all LLB courses for the 2017-18 academic year. The Supreme Court will hear the BCI’s recommendation on March 3.
CLAT 2017 applications can be filled by as many as 70 law aspirants who are above the age of 20 years, as Allahabad High Court orders CLAT Convenor to lift age bar for them. Read the complete story to know more.
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CLAT 2017 FAQs discusses queries on the national-level law entrance exam, its exam procedure and admission process. Candidates appearing in CLAT 2017 can find answers to various questions including exam pattern, participating institutes, specially-abled persons (SAP), admit card, score card, and cou..
The eligibility criteria for CLAT and other national law exams are likely to be changed as BCI revives age bar for admissions. Check here to know more on BCI’s age restriction.