In offline mode, the next version of the Common Law Admission Exam (CLAT 2021) will be held on May 9.
A notice released in newspapers by the Alliance of National Law Universities states that, in view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the offline conduct of the exam will be "subject to revision in case of necessity"
From January 1, online applications for the exam will be available. The final day for online applications to be submitted is March 31, 2021.
Such students who have received 45% or higher marks in their 10+2 exams are entitled to qualify for CLAT 2021. For Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates, the cut-off is 40 percent.
Rs. 4,000 (Rs. 3,500 for SC/ST candidates) is the registration fee for the test.
Professor (Dr.) Vijender Kumar, Vice-Chancellor of the National Law University of Maharashtra, Nagpur, is the convenor for CLAT 2021, as previously announced.