It is a centralised test for admission in top law colleges in India.In our Reach academy we have a separate guest lecture sessions from the well experienced lawyers(apart from the class sessions).They will give the clear guideness regarding the lawyers from their own fabulous experiences.And the class will be taken by well experience college lecturers/professors and the book materials from Mumbai and Delhi.
The law entrance examination is conducted annually for UG and PG programs. This year, NLU Odisha, Cuttack will hold the national level exam on May 12 (tentatively). Intermediate graduates with 45% marks can apply online from January 2019. Failing to comply with CLAT Eligibility Criteria at any stage of the selection process will lead to cancellation of candidature. Common Law Admission Test or CLAT, is a single unified entrance test for candidates aspiring to pursue 3 year LLB, 5 year Integrated LLB and LLM. The National Law University, Odisha has not yet introduced any changes in the eligibility criteria in the exam. CLAT Eligibility for UG Course (LLB) CLAT offers admissions to both national and NRI candidates in the Five Year Integrated LLB Course offered in various National Law Universities (NLUs) across India. The standards are given below
CLAT Age Limit Eligibility
Criteria As per the revised standards, there will be no upper age limit for UG Program in CLAT 2019. Earlier, the age criteria for the exam was:
Unreserved/ NRIs/ NRI Sponsored category candidates below 20 years of age as on July 01, 2019.
SC/ ST/ OBC/ Specially Abled Persons (SAP) category candidates below 22 years of age as on July 01, 2019.
Academic Qualification In class 12th or equivalent examination, they must have secured:
For Unreserved /OBC /Specially Abled Persons (SAP) and other categories – A minimum of 45% marks required.
For SC/ST Category – A minimum of 40% marks required.
CLAT Eligibility - General Criteria
Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination in April/May 2019 are eligible to register for Common Law Admission Test. They must submit an evidence of their successfully clearing the qualifying examination at the time of admission, failing which they will lose their right to be considered for admission.
Submit the result of qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2) at the time of CLAT Admission Procedure.
In case of equal marks, the tie-breaking procedure is as follows:
Higher marks in the section of legal aptitude in CLAT 2019