CLAT 2020 to be held in offline mode; dates released

  • 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.

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