Candidates those belong to the UR/OBC/SAP (Specially Abled Persons) category, have to submit Rs. 4,000/- as an application fee. SC/ST candidates have to pay Rs. 3,500/- only. The application fee can be deposited either through Online or e-Challan. Additional bank charges may apply for the above transactions. The application fee is non-refundable in any circumstances.
To appear in CLAT 2017, candidates have to fulfill the following eligibility criteria for UG and PG courses are different as given below:
For UG Programmes:
- Candidate has to qualify their 10+2 or equivalent examination with the minimum 45% marks (in case of Unreserved/OBC/SAP categories) and 40% marks (in case of SC/ST category).
- Appearing candidates of Class 10+2 or equivalent examination are also eligible to appear in the entrance exam.
- At the time of admission, the candidates would have to produce an evidence of their passing qualifying examination.
- The upper age limit to appear in CLAT 2017 is 20 years (for general) and 22 years (for reserved categories).
For PG Programmes
- Candidates must be passed the LL.B or equivalent degree with a minimum of 55% marks (Unreserved/OBC/SAP categories) and 50% marks (SC/ST category).
- Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination are also eligible to appear CLAT.
- Candidates would have to produce the evidence of their qualifying examination at the time of admission
|CLAT 2017 Notification will be released||2nd week of December 2016|
|CLAT 2017 Online Registration process will be started from||1st January 2017|
|Dead line for online submitting the application form||31st March 2017|
|CLAT Admit Card 2017 Availability||3rd week of April 2017|
|CLAT 2017 Exam Date||2nd week of May 2017|
|Result Declaration||3rd week of May 2017|
|Release of Merit List||1st week of June 2017|
|CLAT 2017 Counselling||1st week of June 2017|
CLAT 2017 Syllabus
For the exam preparation, candidates have to know about the complete CLAT 2017 Syllabus. The syllabus of the entrance exam will be prepared by the conducting university. The syllabus of CLAT is not fixed as it changes every year. The syllabus includes the topic of General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude, Elementary Mathematics and Constitutional Law, etc.
CLAT 2017 Result
The CLAT 2017 Result will be announced in the third week of May 2017 (tentative). The result will be declared by officials and displayed by us on the right time and date. After the result announcement, the merit list will be released on the first week of June 2017 (tentative). On the basis of the merit list, candidates will be called for the admission procedure.
CLAT 2017 Counselling
The admission to UG and PG programmes in participating universities under CLAT 2017 will be done via centralized counselling. The seat will be allotted on the basis of the ‘merit-cum-preference’. That will be prepared by CLAT score and order of preference given by the candidate in the CLAT application form. After the result announcement, the CLAT 2017 Counselling process will be started. The counselling schedule will begin from the first week of June 2017 (tentative). The counselling process will be organized in three rounds. Candidates would have to pay Rs. 50,000/- as counselling fee to show their commitment/seriousness in taking admission in any of the participating NLU(s).