CLAT 2020 Registration Last Date Extended. Check Schedule Here
Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2020) Examination registration has been extended till 1st July 2020 This has been done due to the 4th consecutive lockdown and repeated requests sent by the parents and students. The Consortium of National Law Universities organizes the CLAT entrance examination for admission into different U.G. (L.L.B) and P.G. (L.L.M) courses associated with the field of law. The interested aspirants are requested to kindly go through the eligibility criteria in order to successfully register for CLAT 2020.
As per the notification released by the conducting body, the candidates will be given at least 21 days prior notice for the exam. The CLAT Consortium has also provided a helpline number to address the querries of the CLAT aspirants which will be active on all working days between 10 am to 5 pm.
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|Application Opens||1st January 2020|
|Application DeadLine||1st July 2020|
|Examination Date||to be notified|
CLAT 2020 Eligibility:
Interested candidates must have passed 12th with minimum 45% marks for general category and 40% for SC/ST category and the candidates who have given the examination but their result is not out yet, they can also apply for this examination.
The Candidates should not be more than the age of 20 years old as of 1st July 2019. If you belong to SC, ST category then 22 years old candidates can also apply for it.
Interested candidates must have done LLB (5-year Integrated LLB degree) from a recognized with minimum 55% marks for general candidates and 50% marks for ST/SC candidates.
How to Apply CLAT 2020 Application Form Online?
1. Visit the official website of CLAT 2020
2. On the home page click 'CLAT 2020 apply' link
3. Register and fill up the application form
4. Upload required documents/images
5. Make the required fee payment and save the payment details for future
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CLAT Consortium has notified that it will also set up a Peer Prep Group for General Knowledge and Current Affairs where the candidates can work on improving their preparation. The conducting body will monitor the group and keep the conversation focussed and issue clarifications that can help the candidates in their preparation.
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