The admission test of the law has changed the date of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). This change has been made in the wake of Lok Sabha elections. Now the examination will be held on May 26 instead of May 12.
This decision has been taken by the CLAT Consortium. Under this, the examination will be conducted from 3 to 5 pm on May 26. Earlier, due to the election, the JEE Main and CA examination programme have also been changed. Under this examination, admission in undergraduate and postgraduate courses in 22 law universities of the country will be available. This year the National Law University is organizing the examination.
For this, candidates have the option of applying online as well as offline mode. The last date for online application is March 31. The offline application should reach the concerned address until 5 pm on the 5th of May. This year CLAT is being organized in offline mode.
SN Upadhyay, director of Law Prep-Doon, said that the general, OBC and handicap candidates who are joining the examination are required to have 45 per cent marks in the 12th and 40 per cent marks for ST-SC. At the same time for LLM, there must be an LLB degree for enrollment. For LLM admission, it is mandatory for General, OBC and handicap candidates to get 55% in LLB and 50% marks for ST-SC.
LSAT will also be on May 26
After the date of CLAT had changed from May 12 to May 26, the candidates have now become disturbed with the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Actually, this examination is to be held on 26th May. In this case, students will be able to take either a CLAT or LSAT examination. Now they are demanding that the date of either of the two be changed. Read more posts…