CLAT Coaching in Pitampura

You must have heard the mention of CLAT more than once in your life. It is the standard entrance test for some UG and PG courses. The National Law University (NLU) conducts the Common Law Admission Test for the admission in below courses.

• BA LLB
• B Com LLB
• BSc LLB
• BBA LLB
• BSW LLB

The test is conducted annually for, whoever aims to make a career in this field, has to clear CLAT. If you are interested in Undergraduate or Post Graduate courses, you would have to appear for the CLAT.

CLAT Exam Pattern 

The undergraduate courses, students have to clear any of the LLB Courses. Students who are applying for posts graduate courses have to apply for the LLM Courses. The exam pattern for both levels remains the same. There is only one difference: the test for LLB courses has five sections, whereas, the test for LLM Courses has three sections.

Major sections for LLB Courses

• Current Affairs
• English
• Logical Reasoning
• Quantitative Techniques
• Deductive Reasoning

Major sections for LLB Courses

• Constitutional Law
• Additional law subjects such as contract, criminal law, torts, IPR, jurisprudence, and international law.

Mode of Examination

Offline

Nature of Questions

Objective Type

Number of Questions

150

Marking Scheme

1 Mark for each correct answer

Negative Marking

-0.25 for each wrong answer

Who can appear for CLAT Exam?

The eligibility criteria for LLB Courses is different from LLM Courses. The basic level of education for LLB Courses is 10+2, whereas, the basic level of education for LLM is graduation.

Eligibility Criteria for LLB Courses:

• No Upper Age Limit
• Candidates belonging to General / OBC / PWD / NRI / PIO / OCI categories must score at least 45% in 12th class
• Candidates belonging to SC / ST categories must have scored at least 40 % in 12th class

Eligibility Criteria for LLM Courses:

• No Upper Age Limit
• Candidates belonging to General / OBC / PWD / NRI / PIO / OCI categories must score at least 55% in 12th class
• Candidates belonging to SC / ST categories must have scored at least 50 % in 12th class

What is CLAT Counselling?

The counselling process starts as soon as the university declares CLAT Result. It is after checking the marks and seat allotment, that the students can start their admission process.

Candidates with higher percentage get preference in the seat allotment process, and those with lower marks get admission in the remaining colleges. So, it becomes essential for students to check their name in the merit list, and then opt for one of the following options:

Lock – Candidates have to lock their seat if they are satisfied with the allotted college.

Upgrade – They can choose the upgrade option to request for their preferred college.

Withdraw – It is to withdraw their name from the admission process.

Refund – Students, who withdraw their names can request for the refund of fees.

Why Choose Us?

We work for 27*7 to assist you through the entire CLAT Process. You can directly contact us if you are searching for CLAT Coaching in Pitampura because the expert teachers at The Exam Guru are very well aware of the CLAT Exam Pattern and Syllabus.

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