Coomon Law Admission Test

posted on: 11/26/2014

Common Law Admission Test popularly knows as CLAT have been conducted to select candidates for admission in LLB and LLM courses in National Law universities in India. The common Law Admission test-2015 is conducted by Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU) in on line. This was decided by a core committee of CLAT on Saturday.

Prof.Gurdip singh, the Vice Chancellor of RMLNLU, convener said, “The online process will ensure efficiency and transparency in the examination process. Rush for filling up in the forms to the final day submission, everything will be on line”.

CLAT application process begins in on line commences from Jan 1 and closes on March 31. The examination will be conducted on Mat 10 and the test will be conducted in 28 cities. The numbers of centres are increased as 8 this year.

RMLNLU University which conducts the examination will announce the entre admission procedure in the web site. As another of helping the law aspirants through website, candidates, will be given orientation as well guidelines.

The pattern of the examination will be the same as that of last year. Last year 15 universities participated in CLAT, and with an addition of Damodaran Sanjeevaiya National Law University, the total number of university participating becomes 16. There are 350 seats for LLM and 1770 seat for LLB. The agency to conduct the examination is yet to be decided.

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