Updated as on Feb 10, 2020. The National Law University (NLU) Odisha on Friday announced the result of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2019 on its official website. Common Law Admission Test ( CLAT 2019 ) is a National level entrance exam for admission in Law colleges. Exam will be conducted once in a year. More than 50 College taken admisison through CLAT. CLAT 2019 wishes all the best to the candidates who have taken admission in 21 Participating National Law Universities of India. Law college offering degree like BA LL.B/MA LL.B/LLM/BSc LLB/BBA LLB/ MBA in Insurance/MBA in Business Law. For the year 2018, examination is being organized by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi, Kerala. Candidates may check the latest updates about CLAT Exam 2018 including counselling schedule & procedure, etc. CLAT Exam 2019 – The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for the admission year 2019 will be held by National Law University Odisha, Cuttack (NLUO) on May 12, 2019. Last year exam conducted by National Law University Kochi. CLAT 2019 will be conducted for 21 National Law University including Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur and Himachal Pradesh National Law University. Check Private Universities accepting CLAT 2019 scores
The CLAT is held every year by an NLU ( National Law University) for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes in the participating National Law Universities of the CLAT Committee. Other private university and colleges accepting CLAT Score accepting every year. Check final anaswe key
CLAT 2019: Eligibility:
Undergraduate courses – Students applying for the five-year integrated law degree should have cleared class 12 or equivalent with minimum 45 per cent marks. For candidates belonging to SC or ST category, the minimum marks requirement is 40 per cent. There is no upper age limit for CLAT UG courses.
Postgraduate courses – Students appearing in CLAT 2019 for postgraduate courses need have at least 50 per cent marks in LLB degree. A relaxation of 5 per cent is allowed for SC and ST category candidates.
Application fees can be paid only online.
Application fee for General/OBC/PWD/NRI/PIO/OCI candidates : Rs.4,000/-
Application fee for SC/ST/BPL category candidates: Rs.3,500/-
The cost of previous years’ question papers is Rs.500/- (not included in the CLAT-2019 application fee of Rs.4,000/- or Rs.3,500/- as the case may be.)
The candidates themselves will have to bear the bank transaction charges for remitting the fee online. The actual bank transaction charges will be displayed in the payment gateway page after you choose the mode of payment.
Application Fees is non-refundable.
Indian Nationals/NRIs/PIO/OCI seeking admission in either of the UG/PG programmes shall appear in CLAT-2019.
Foreign Nationals need not appear for the test
The application form, complete in all respects and after payment of fees must be finally submitted on or before 15th April, 2019 (11:59 P.M.). Incomplete application forms shall not be considered. The candidates shall fill and submit the application form well in time to avoid last minute hassles. The CLAT Office or the organizing University shall in no case be responsible for any incomplete information or misinformation or inconvenience faced by the candidate in this regard.
For any information relating to the 21 NLUs, the candidate may refer to the e-brochure of the respective Institutions available in the CLAT Consortium website.
For NRI/Foreign National seats, the applicants are advised to refer to the e-brochures as well as the websites of the respective NLUs for more details. All NRI Category candidates have to appear for the CLAT-2019 examination for those NLUs where such category is admitted through CLAT 2019 rankings and not admitted directly by the concerned Universities.
Admit Card/Hall ticket
The Admit Card/Hall ticket can be downloaded by the candidate by logging into his/her account. The exact date on which the hall tickets will be made available will be intimated on the website.
The admission to UG and PG programmes in participating universities under CLAT-2019 shall be completed through centralised online counselling conducted by the CLAT Consortium Office. The basis of allotment of seats shall be ‘merit-cum-preference’, i.e., the CLAT Rank, the order of preference given by the candidate in the CLAT application form and the category/categories selected by the candidate in the online application form and the number of seats and their division/break-up as available in each of the participating NLU. Online counselling shall start after the declaration of CLAT-2019 results.
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