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What is CLAT Exam?

Wondering what CLAT exam is? What is it for and who can apply? Here is a quick run down of everything related to CLAT.
What Is CLAT?
Also known as Common Law Admission test, is a national entrance test for admission to 22 National Law Universities.
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Who is the conducting body?
The 21 members of the NLUs of the CLAT committee conduct the exam, which is given once a year.
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When to take the exam?
The exam for the year 2022 will be conducted on December 18. The application form has been released on August 8 by Constrinum of National Law Universities.
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What colleges accept CLAT?
All the NLUs accept CLAT as they are conducting body of the exam. Apart from them private and self financed law schools also accept CLAT.
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Is there any age limit?
CLAT does not have an age limit.
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What is the registration fee?
For General/PWD/SAP it is INR 4,000. For SC/ST it is INR 3500.
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What is the duration of the exam?
CLAT is conducted for 2 hours, i.e. 120 minutes.
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Is it offline or online?
CLAT 2023 will be conducted offline.
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Eligibility for CLAT
Candidates must be 10+2 graduate with unreserved , OBC and PWD securing 45% of total aggregate. SC/ST must have 40% of the total aggregate.
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Exam Centers
Some of the exam centers are : Kolkata, Bhopal, Lucknow, Hooghly, Mumbai and Puducherry to name a few.
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