"The Consortium of National Law Universities will likely issue the notification for CLAT 2023 after 15 July 2022, on the official website."
Students aspiring to join top law colleges and universities may soon have the exam dates for CLAT 2023. After 15 July 2022, the Consortium of National Law Universities will issue the notification for CLAT 2023. The exam notification will be published on the official website of the consortium, consortiumofnlus.ac.in. The CLAT 2023 exam has already been scheduled for 18 December 2022, according to the consortium. They also informed the students that exams this year will be offline.
The CLAT score is used by more than 20 law universities across the nation for admission of students. It has been estimated that 22 national law schools will use CLAT 2023 results to admit students to 5-year LLB and LLM programmes for the academic year 2023-24.
The consortium announced the third merit list for the CLAT 2022 on 12 July 2022. If they wish to continue, candidates on the merit list must start the process by accepting and locking their allotment. However, students do have an option to withdraw. Though once withdrawn, candidates can not reapply for the same year and will not be considered for the next round.
Eligibility Criteria for CLAT 2022
Students who wish to appear for CLAT must look at the eligibility criteria for UG and PG CLAT. These are given below.
CLAT UG 2023 Eligibility Criteria
Students who have completed their class 12th from a recognised board can apply for UG CLAT. The minimum score for students of the general category is 45%, and for students of the SC/ST category, the minimum score is 40% in class 12th or the equivalent qualifying exam.
Students appearing for their class 12th board exams in March-April 2023 can also apply for this national exam.
CLAT PG 2023 Eligibility Criteria
Students who have completed their graduation in law (3-year LLB or 5- year LLB) can apply for PG CLAT. This exam is for admission to LLM courses in various law universities. The aggregate marks required for students of the general category is 50%, whereas, for students of the SC/ST category, it is 45%.
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