All About CLAT 2015

CLAT is the abbreviation of Common Law Admission Test. It is the very common law entrance test or examination in our country. Every year, more and more candidates fight for this examination to get enrolled in the top institutes of the country. This year is going to be tougher as it is scheduled to be on the 11th May 2015. Several students are preparing for it and the students who have been planning for giving the examination in the preceding year is trying to take admission in a number of institutes all over the country.

Many queries will be there in the mind of aspirants appearing for this particular examination. In this article we are going to focus on the expected queries of students and hope it will be helpful for all of the CLAT aspirants who are going to give the exam in the preceding year as well.

Process of Registration: You can get the registration form from the official web site of the CLAT. You may also download its brochure from there only. The national law university websites which carry out this examination also permits the aspirant to download the application form from their websites also.

Fees Amount: There are different amount for different categories of candidates such as for general people it is 4000/- and for SC and ST candidates the fees will be 3500/-. One can pay this amount either through online banking, or credit cards or debit cards. You can opt for any of the payment mode according to your comfort.

If someone don’t want to give the payment online, they can download the challan of particular bank and fill it with all the credentials and deposit it in the appropriate branch of the bank as suggested.

Required Documents: There will be some essential documents also that will definitely be needed for completing the registration process:

  • 1 passport size photo
  • Mark sheet of 10th standard
  • Scanned Signature of both the candidate as well as the parents and that too in JPG format
  • Candidate’s birth certificate
  • In case of other caste instead of general, the caste certificate will also be required

Question Pattern: There will be about overall five subjects English grammar, mathematics, legal aptitude, logical reasoning and the last one is general knowledge. The total marks will also vary i.e. for undergraduate aspirants it is 150 but for postgraduate aspirants it is 200 marks.

Process of Admission: The admission process will also vary for postgraduate and undergraduate aspirants. For undergraduate aspirants, the first 2500 candidates who are selected will be needed to endure an online advising conference depending on which they will get the selection for the different National Law Universities. And the postgraduate aspirants will get selected depending on the pan India and they will be allocated the seats according to their subjects of merit.

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