On December 3, the UG CLAT 2024 and PG CLAT 2024 will be held. Students will have two hours to complete 120 questions.
The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) is now accepting Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2024) applications on its official website, consortiumofnlus.ac.in. Aspirants can apply for the CLAT 2024 until November 3.
Candidates must also indicate their preference for the NLUs to which they wish to be admitted. The CLAT 2024 will be administered by the Consortium of NLUs on December 3 from 2 PM to 4 PM.
CLAT 2024 Syllabus Revised
The CLAT 2024 syllabus has also been updated for this year. Applicants will have two hours to complete 120 questions. Previously, candidates had to answer 150 questions. The English language, current affairs and general knowledge, legal reasoning, logical reasoning, and quantitative techniques sections of the UG CLAT 2024 will be divided into five sections. The first four sections will contain 450-word passages that students must read before answering the multiple-choice questions. The quantitative techniques section will consist of brief sets of facts, propositions, or textual representations of numerical data, followed by a series of multiple-choice questions (MCQs).
The PG CLAT 2024 will include 120 questions on constitutional law, jurisprudence, contract law, administrative law, torts, family law, criminal law, property law, company law, public international law, tax law, environmental law, and labour and industrial law.
Candidates will receive one point for each correct answer.For each incorrect response, .25 marks will be deducted.
Criteria for Eligibility
Candidates applying for the UG CLAT 2024 must have a 45% or higher in their Class 12 or equivalent examination from a recognised board. Candidates from the SC and ST categories will, however, be given a 5% relaxation.
Candidates who have completed their Class 12 exams may also apply for the exam, but they must present their passing certificate during the counselling process.
Students taking the PG CLAT must have an LLB with a minimum of 50% marks or an equivalent grade. Candidates from the general, SC, and ST categories will be given a 5% reduction in the minimum qualifying marks. There is no upper age limit for either exam. CLAT 2024 will take place on December 3.
How to Apply for CLAT 2024
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