No Cut-off for CLAT 2008 candidates, Result on May 17

For evaluating candidates for admission to National Law Universities through , there will be no cut-off and every candidate will be ranked based on the admission test evaluation. CLAT 2008 Results and merit list will be announced on May 17,   informs Prof A Jayagovind Vice Chancellor, NLSIU and Convener CLAT 2008.  Read More CLAT Results on May 17

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CLAT 2008 Test Pattern

Getting Ready for Common Law Admission Test ( CLAT) 2008. Here are a few tips which may be of help to you:

– The pattern of CLAT will broadly correspond to the NLSIU Entrance test pattern in previous years.

– The CLAT will entirely be an objective test .There will be No Negative Marking

All Questions are objective type questions, with the following break up of marks:
1. English – 40 marks
2. General Knowledge – 50 marks
3. Mathematics – 20 marks
4. Legal Aptitude – 40 marks
5. Logical Reasoning – 50 marks.

For More info visit CLAT website or CLAT 2008 Notification

Law School Aspirants – Don’t miss out on CLAT 2008

All Law School aspirants are advised to sit for CLAT – 2008 (Common Law Admission Test)  as from 2008 onwards admission to Law Courses in  Top Seven Law Universities will be done on the basis of the common Law Entrance Test.

The Seven Law Universities are  –  NLSIU, NALSAR, NLIU, NUJS, NLU, HNLU and GNLU

According to the MoU signed by the seven Law Universities, the Common Law Admission Test would be conducted hereafter every year by each of National Law Schools on rotation as per the criterion of seniority.

For further details please visit  CLAT – 2008 (Common Law Admission Test)

First Law CET on May 11, 2008

Termed as CLAT- Common Law Admission Test 2008, The  date for the first common law admission test (CLAT) to seven leading law universities in the country has been decided. At a meeting of the heads of these universities on Thursday under the aegis of the University Grants Commission (UGC), May 11, 2008, has been fixed as the date for CLAT.

Similar to the common aptitude test (for MBA), joint entrance exam (for IITs) and AIPMT (for medical), aspiring lawyers will now have to take the two-hour CLAT consisting of objective-type questions on English language, general knowledge, basic mathematics, legal and logical reasoning. >>> Read More >> CLAT 2008