New CLAT 2021 exam date out; will the paper be postponed again? Check chances here

Common Law Admission Test 2023 ( CLAT )

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Updated on Jul 12, 2021 13:14 IST

New CLAT 2021 exam date has been released by the Consortium of NLUs and the paper will now be held on July 23. However, due to COVID-19 and clashing of the exam with JEE Main, many aspirants are demanding postponement of CLAT 2021. So, will the CLAT exam be postponed? Let us check the chances here.

CLAT 2021 likely to be postponed again

CLAT or Common Law Admission Test is the most popular law entrance exam in India, which opens gates for admission to the prestigious National Law Universities (NLUs). Every year, thousands of candidates appear for CLAT exam with the dream of becoming successful lawyers and advocates in India. 

The CLAT 2021 exam has been postponed several times times this year due to COVID-19. However, currently, the revised CLAT 2021 exam date has been announced by the Consortium of NLUs. The Law exam will now be held on July 23 from 2:00-4:00 PM. The CLAT Consortium has also cleared the doubts about the mode of the exam. The CLAT exam will be held in offline mode as a pen-and-paper based test. 

Earlier, the CLAT exam was scheduled to be conducted on June 13, however, it was postponed by the CLAT Consortium on May 15 indefinitely due to the second wave of Coronavirus in the country. The Consortium had also extended the CLAT applications 2021, which finally ended on June 15.

It may be noted that the CLAT exam date has already been postponed twice this year. Before the law entrance exam was postponed in May, earlier, in January 2021, CLAT Consortium had rescheduled the CLAT 2021 exam from May 9 to June 13, in order to avoid clash with CBSE board exams that were to take place from May 4 to June 10. The clash also let to the postponement of AILET 2021. However, currently, the new AILET exam date 2021 is also released. The AILET exam will be held on July 30

New CLAT Exam Date 2021 & Other Important Events

While the CLAT 2021 exam will be held on July 23, let us check all important events and dates related to the exam below:

CLAT Exam Events

Exam Dates

CLAT 2021 official notification

27-Dec-2020

CLAT 2021 online registration

01-Jan-2021 to 15-Jun-2021

CLAT admit card 2021

Anytime soon

CLAT 2021 exam

23-Jul-2021

CLAT answer key 2021

August 2021 (tentative)

CLAT result 2021

August/September 2021 (tentative)

Will CLAT 2021 be Postponed Again?

Currently, while the CLAT exam is only few weeks away, many aspirants are demanding its postponement majorly due to two reasons - COVID-19 and clash of the CLAT and JEE Main exam dates. Check details about both the reasons below:

CLAT Exam Date Clash with JEE Main 2021

Recently, the National Testing Agency (NTA) announced the revised JEE Main 2021 exam dates for the next phase of admissions. As per the new schedule released, the JEE Main exam will be held from July 20-25. Now, while the CLAT exam is scheduled for July 23, the dates of both the exams are clashing. There are many aspirants who appear for both JEE Main and CLAT at the same time and due to this clash it will be difficult for them to take both the entrance exams. 

Many candidates have taken their concerns to social media and are requesting the postponement of either of the exams. Check out some tweets by candidates below:

CLAT Exam Date Clash with JEE Main 2021
CLAT Exam Date Clash with JEE Main 2021
CLAT Exam Date Clash with JEE Main 2021
COVID-19 Vaccination before CLAT

Another reason due to which candidates are demanding postponement of CLAT is COVID-19. Many candidates are concerned that not all aspirants will be vaccinated with both the doses before the conduct of the CLAT exam. Therefore, the exam should be postponed for further few months. Trending hashtags such as #NoExamUntilVaccination and #PostponeCLAT2021 are running on social media. Check out some tweets regarding the same below:     

Postpone CLAT 2021

 Postpone CLAT 2021

CLAT Postponement Chances 

While the COVID-19 cases across the country are currently low, the Consortium is unlikely to postpone the exam due to this reason. However, the clash of the two big entrance exams (JEE Main and CLAT) is a major reason due to which there are chances of CLAT getting postponed. However, since the new CLAT exam date was announced much earlier than the JEE Main exam date, there are also chances of the postponement of the Engineering exam. Any official notification in either case is yet awaited.  

How to Prepare for CLAT 2021?

As the law entrance exam was postponed for a long time, the candidates have got more time to strengthen their CLAT 2021 preparation. In the extra time for prepartion, candidates must focus on solving more and more past year CLAT question papers. Also, candidates must enroll themselves in a good CLAT mock test series and focus on attempting as many mock tests as possible.

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Apart from this, candidates must also use the time to clear all their doubts and work on their weaker areas for the exam.     

How Download CLAT Admit Card 2021?

Candidates can download the CLAT 2021 admit card from the official website of the exam by following the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Visit the official website of CLAT Consortium - https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/clat-2021/.

Step 2: Click on the admit card link.

Step 3: Enter the below credentials:

  • Mobile number
  • Password/date of birth

Step 4: Click on Submit.

Step 5: Download, save and print the admit card.

It may be noted that CLAT admit card is a mandatory document to be carried to the allotted exam centre.

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Important FAQs on CLAT 2021 Exam Date & Postponement

Q. What is the date of CLAT exam 2021?

A. The revised CLAT 2021 exam date has been announced. The exam is now scheduled to be held on July 23.

Q. Will CLAT 2021 exam be postponed again?

A. There are very slight chances of CLAT 2021 getting postponed again. However, any official notification regarding the same will be updated on the page as soon as it is released. 

Q. When will CLAT admit card be out?

A. The CLAT 2021 admit card will be released anytime soon on the official website of the exam.   

Q. How many seats are there in CLAT?

A. There are 3,012 seats available for admission through CLAT 2021 UG exam. On the other hand, there are 997 seats available for admission through CLAT PG exam. 

Q. How many students appear for CLAT?

A. In 2020, total 59,443 candidates appeared for the CLAT exam. 

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Which exam is tougher to crack: CLAT or AILET?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Hi shrutiAccording to experts, the AILET exam is comparably tougher than the CLAT exam. This is due to the following reasons:1. The AILET is only for admission to NLU Delhi, whereas the CLAT is for admission to other National Law Universities. Therefore, the competition compared to available seat...Hi shruti
According to experts, the AILET exam is comparably tougher than the CLAT exam. This is due to the following reasons:
1. The AILET is only for admission to NLU Delhi, whereas the CLAT is for admission to other National Law Universities. Therefore, the competition compared to available seats is higher in the AILET exam than in the CLAT exam.
2. The nature of the questions in the CLAT English section is comparably easier than the AILET paper.
3. The number of questions in both papers is 150, but the weighting of the questions varies by section. As a result, CLAT's few sections are more scoring for a subset of applicants, such as GK having more weight than quant.
4. The legal aptitude section of the AILET exam used to have substantially more difficult questions than the CLAT. This section, along with mathematics, is now dropped from the updated pattern for admission to the B.A. LL.B. Course.
5. The AILET syllabus is now updated, so the difficulty level depends on the logical reasoning section, which now has 70 questions out of a total of 150. This section has around 40 questions on the CLAT paper. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

19 hours ago

According to experts, the AILET exam is comparably tougher than the CLAT exam. This is due to the following reasons:1. The AILET is only for admission to NLU Delhi, whereas the CLAT is for admission to other National Law Universities. Therefore, the competition compared to available seats is high...According to experts, the AILET exam is comparably tougher than the CLAT exam. This is due to the following reasons:
1. The AILET is only for admission to NLU Delhi, whereas the CLAT is for admission to other National Law Universities. Therefore, the competition compared to available seats is higher in the AILET exam than in the CLAT exam.
2. The nature of the questions in the CLAT English section is comparably easier than the AILET paper.
3. The number of questions in both papers is 150, but the weighting of the questions varies by section. As a result, CLAT's few sections are more scoring for a subset of applicants, such as GK having more weight than quant.
4. The legal aptitude section of the AILET exam used to have substantially more difficult questions than the CLAT. This section, along with mathematics, is now dropped from the updated pattern for admission to the B.A. LL.B. Course.
5. The AILET syllabus is now updated, so the difficulty level depends on the logical reasoning section, which now has 70 questions out of a total of 150. This section has around 40 questions on the CLAT paper.

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Which exam among CLAT or the AILET is better for law school?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Hi shrutiIf you want to take admission in the B.A. LL.B. Course at NLU, Delhi, then AILET is your only option. If you want to have more options, you have to take the CLAT exam. 1. The CLAT is conducted by a consortium of NLUs for undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses. You can get admissio...Hi shruti
If you want to take admission in the B.A. LL.B. Course at NLU, Delhi, then AILET is your only option. If you want to have more options, you have to take the CLAT exam.
1. The CLAT is conducted by a consortium of NLUs for undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses. You can get admission to 22 national law universities with ACLAT score.
2. The CLAT is the gateway to getting admission into India's best law university (NIRF), the NLSIU Bangalore, whereas the AILET can get you admission into India's second-best law university (NIRF), the NLU, Delhi.
3. The CLAT exam has five sections in total, whereas the AILET exam has only three sections. The updated syllabus removed mathematics and legal aptitude from the AILET exam.
4. The AILET question paper has comparably tougher questions than the CLAT exam.
5. With ACLAT score, you will have substantially more options for government law schools than AILET. Therefore, depending on which law college you want admission to, you can give either the AILET or CLAT exam. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

18 hours ago

If you want to take admission in the B.A. LL.B. Course at NLU, Delhi, then AILET is your only option. If you want to have more options, you have to take the CLAT exam. 1. The CLAT is conducted by a consortium of NLUs for undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses. You can get admission to 22 n...If you want to take admission in the B.A. LL.B. Course at NLU, Delhi, then AILET is your only option. If you want to have more options, you have to take the CLAT exam.
1. The CLAT is conducted by a consortium of NLUs for undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses. You can get admission to 22 national law universities with ACLAT score.
2. The CLAT is the gateway to getting admission into India's best law university (NIRF), the NLSIU Bangalore, whereas the AILET can get you admission into India's second-best law university (NIRF), the NLU, Delhi.
3. The CLAT exam has five sections in total, whereas the AILET exam has only three sections. The updated syllabus removed mathematics and legal aptitude from the AILET exam.
4. The AILET question paper has comparably tougher questions than the CLAT exam.
5. With ACLAT score, you will have substantially more options for government law schools than AILET. Therefore, depending on which law college you want admission to, you can give either the AILET or CLAT exam.

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What is the difference between CLAT LSAT, and AILET?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Hi deepikaAll three, the CLAT ISAT, and AILET are popular law exams in India. The differences between these exams are as follows:1. ISAT India: This exam is conducted by the Law School Admission Council. With the ISAT score, you can get admission to more than 25 private law colleges. You can get ...Hi deepika
All three, the CLAT ISAT, and AILET are popular law exams in India. The differences between these exams are as follows:
1. ISAT India: This exam is conducted by the Law School Admission Council. With the ISAT score, you can get admission to more than 25 private law colleges. You can get admission to law colleges such as the O. P. Jindal Global University, the IFIM Law School, and Adamas University. The exam duration is 140 minutes for 92 questions. The three subjects are divided into four sections, which are analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension. The ISAT has a score range of 420 to 480, and there is no negative marking. It is regarded as the easiest of the three law entrance exams.
2. CLAT This exam is conducted by the Consortium of NLUs. With ACLAT score, you can get admission to more than 22 NLUs in India. You can get admission to the top law university, NLSIU Bangalore, with ACLAT score. The exam duration is 120 minutes for 150 questions. There are a total of five sections, including Legal Reasoning quantitative techniques, logical reasoning, general knowledge, and English . The total score is 150, with 0.25 deducted for incorrect answers. It is regarded as the second-the toughest of the three law entrance exams.
3. AILET This exam is required for admission to NLU, Delhi, which is the second-best law university in India according to NIRF. The exam pattern and marking are similar to CLAT. The only difference is that, according to the most recent syllabus, quantitative and legal aptitudes will not be asked in the upcoming exam. Also, the question difficulty level is slightly higher than CLAT. It is the toughest of all law exams due to limited seats and high competition at the NLU, Delhi University. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

18 hours ago

All three, the CLAT ISAT, and AILET are popular law exams in India. The differences between these exams are as follows:1. ISAT India: This exam is conducted by the Law School Admission Council. With the ISAT score, you can get admission to more than 25 private law colleges. You can get admission ...All three, the CLAT ISAT, and AILET are popular law exams in India. The differences between these exams are as follows:
1. ISAT India: This exam is conducted by the Law School Admission Council. With the ISAT score, you can get admission to more than 25 private law colleges. You can get admission to law colleges such as the O. P. Jindal Global University, the IFIM Law School, and Adamas University. The exam duration is 140 minutes for 92 questions. The three subjects are divided into four sections, which are analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension. The ISAT has a score range of 420 to 480, and there is no negative marking. It is regarded as the easiest of the three law entrance exams.
2. CLAT This exam is conducted by the Consortium of NLUs. With ACLAT score, you can get admission to more than 22 NLUs in India. You can get admission to the top law university, NLSIU Bangalore, with ACLAT score. The exam duration is 120 minutes for 150 questions. There are a total of five sections, including Legal Reasoning quantitative techniques, logical reasoning, general knowledge, and English . The total score is 150, with 0.25 deducted for incorrect answers. It is regarded as the second-the toughest of the three law entrance exams.
3. AILET This exam is required for admission to NLU, Delhi, which is the second-best law university in India according to NIRF. The exam pattern and marking are similar to CLAT. The only difference is that, according to the most recent syllabus, quantitative and legal aptitudes will not be asked in the upcoming exam. Also, the question difficulty level is slightly higher than CLAT. It is the toughest of all law exams due to limited seats and high competition at the NLU, Delhi University.

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Which are the best books to prepare for the CLAT and the AILET exams?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Hi deepikaThe syllabus of CLAT and AILET is similar for topics such as reasoning, general knowledge, and English . The CLAT has two additional sections: quantitative reasoning and Legal Reasoning. According to experts, the following are the section-wise recommended books for both law exams:1....Hi deepika
The syllabus of CLAT and AILET is similar for topics such as reasoning, general knowledge, and English . The CLAT has two additional sections: quantitative reasoning and Legal Reasoning. According to experts, the following are the section-wise recommended books for both law exams:
1. English Language: For AILET Objective General English by RS Aggarwal and English Grammar and Composition by Wren & Martin are suggested. For CLAT you can prefer Objective General English 2023 by SP Bakshi or RS Aggarwal and The Pearson Guide to the CLAT by Pearson.
2. Current Affairs and General Knowledge: You can choose either CA magazine for both exams. Normally, Pratiyogita Darapan or Current Affairs Yearly by Arihant are preferred for CA. For GK, Arihant General Knowledge, Lucent, or Tarun Goyal's GK book can be preferred. You must also read newspapers regularly for both law exams.
3. Logical Reasoning: For this section, usually any good reasoning book, such as A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by RS Agarwal, Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey, or A New Approach to Verbal and Analytical Reasoning by Arihant, can be followed.
4. Quantitative Techniques: This section is only asked in the CLAT exam, and you can prefer any good math practice book from Fast Track Objective Arithmetic by Arihant Publications, 30 Days Wonder for Maths by S. Hand, or Quantitative Aptitude by RS. Aggarwal.
5. Legal Reasoning This section is also dropped from AILET. You can follow the Legal Reasoning books of any writer from Pearson, Andhra Pradesh Bhardwaj, or RS Aggarwal. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

18 hours ago

The syllabus of CLAT and AILET is similar for topics such as reasoning, general knowledge, and English . The CLAT has two additional sections: quantitative reasoning and Legal Reasoning. According to experts, the following are the section-wise recommended books for both law exams: 1. English ...The syllabus of CLAT and AILET is similar for topics such as reasoning, general knowledge, and English . The CLAT has two additional sections: quantitative reasoning and Legal Reasoning. According to experts, the following are the section-wise recommended books for both law exams:
1. English Language: For AILET Objective General English by RS Aggarwal and English Grammar and Composition by Wren & Martin are suggested. For CLAT you can prefer Objective General English 2023 by SP Bakshi or RS Aggarwal and The Pearson Guide to the CLAT by Pearson.
2. Current Affairs and General Knowledge: You can choose either CA magazine for both exams. Normally, Pratiyogita Darapan or Current Affairs Yearly by Arihant are preferred for CA. For GK, Arihant General Knowledge, Lucent, or Tarun Goyal's GK book can be preferred. You must also read newspapers regularly for both law exams.
3. Logical Reasoning: For this section, usually any good reasoning book, such as A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by RS Agarwal, Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey, or A New Approach to Verbal and Analytical Reasoning by Arihant, can be followed.
4. Quantitative Techniques: This section is only asked in the CLAT exam, and you can prefer any good math practice book from Fast Track Objective Arithmetic by Arihant Publications, 30 Days Wonder for Maths by S. Hand, or Quantitative Aptitude by RS. Aggarwal.
5. Legal Reasoning This section is also dropped from AILET. You can follow the Legal Reasoning books of any writer from Pearson, Andhra Pradesh Bhardwaj, or RS Aggarwal.

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Is it tougher to get through the AILET than the CLAT?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Hi deepikaUsually, it is tougher to get through AILET than the CLAT exam due to the following reasons:1. Less seats: The AILET is only for admission to NLU Delhi, and therefore the competition compared to available seats is higher in the AILET exam than in the CLAT exam. 2. Pattern: As per the la...Hi deepika
Usually, it is tougher to get through AILET than the CLAT exam due to the following reasons:
1. Less seats: The AILET is only for admission to NLU Delhi, and therefore the competition compared to available seats is higher in the AILET exam than in the CLAT exam.
2. Pattern: As per the latest syllabus, the logical reasoning section will have more weight in the AILET paper, making it more difficult to score.
3. Question type: The questions in the English GK, and reasoning sections of AILET are more difficult than those on the CLAT paper.
4. Marking by weightage of score: The number of questions in both papers is the same, I. e. , 150, but the weighting of the marks allotted to sections differs. Since there are five sections in CLAT you can pick up any three well-prepared sections to score as per your preparation. In AILET you need to study all three sections thoroughly to pass, as the 150 marks are divided into three sections. However, the AIET 2023 will be conducted as per the updated pattern, and as per the analysis of the latest exam, this analysis could be updated. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Usually, it is tougher to get through AILET than the CLAT exam due to the following reasons:1. Less seats: The AILET is only for admission to NLU Delhi, and therefore the competition compared to available seats is higher in the AILET exam than in the CLAT exam. 2. Pattern: As per the latest sylla...Usually, it is tougher to get through AILET than the CLAT exam due to the following reasons:
1. Less seats: The AILET is only for admission to NLU Delhi, and therefore the competition compared to available seats is higher in the AILET exam than in the CLAT exam.
2. Pattern: As per the latest syllabus, the logical reasoning section will have more weight in the AILET paper, making it more difficult to score.
3. Question type: The questions in the English GK, and reasoning sections of AILET are more difficult than those on the CLAT paper.
4. Marking by weightage of score: The number of questions in both papers is the same, I. e. , 150, but the weighting of the marks allotted to sections differs. Since there are five sections in CLAT you can pick up any three well-prepared sections to score as per your preparation. In AILET you need to study all three sections thoroughly to pass, as the 150 marks are divided into three sections. However, the AIET 2023 will be conducted as per the updated pattern, and as per the analysis of the latest exam, this analysis could be updated.

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What is the difference between the papers of CLAT and AILET?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Hi deepikaCLAT and AILET are the two most prominent law entrance exams in India to get admission to NLU. The following are the differences between CLAT and AILET papers:1. Score acceptance: The CLAT score is accepted for admission to 22 NLUs, whereas the AILET exam is administered for admission t...Hi deepika
CLAT and AILET are the two most prominent law entrance exams in India to get admission to NLU. The following are the differences between CLAT and AILET papers:
1. Score acceptance: The CLAT score is accepted for admission to 22 NLUs, whereas the AILET exam is administered for admission to the NLU, Delhi.
2. Duration: The AILET exam lasts 90 minutes, while the CLAT exam lasts 120 minutes.
3. Pattern: The total marks are 150 in both tests, but the AILET exam has only three sections whereas the CLAT exam has five sections.
4. Difficulty Level: As per the analysis of previous exams, the AILET is considered more difficult than the CLAT.
5. Syllabus: The syllabus is mostly the same for both exams, but the CLAT has additional Legal Reasoning and quantitative techniques sections that were dropped from the AILET. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

CLAT and AILET are the two most prominent law entrance exams in India to get admission to NLU. The following are the differences between CLAT and AILET papers:1. Score acceptance: The CLAT score is accepted for admission to 22 NLUs, whereas the AILET exam is administered for admission to the NLU,...CLAT and AILET are the two most prominent law entrance exams in India to get admission to NLU. The following are the differences between CLAT and AILET papers:
1. Score acceptance: The CLAT score is accepted for admission to 22 NLUs, whereas the AILET exam is administered for admission to the NLU, Delhi.
2. Duration: The AILET exam lasts 90 minutes, while the CLAT exam lasts 120 minutes.
3. Pattern: The total marks are 150 in both tests, but the AILET exam has only three sections whereas the CLAT exam has five sections.
4. Difficulty Level: As per the analysis of previous exams, the AILET is considered more difficult than the CLAT.
5. Syllabus: The syllabus is mostly the same for both exams, but the CLAT has additional Legal Reasoning and quantitative techniques sections that were dropped from the AILET. You can SEE the specific differences on this Shiksha page: https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/how-is-clat-different-from-ailet-blogId-14279#:~:text=Q.

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Which exams (other than the CLAT and AILET) can we take after class 12th to enter a college to study BA LLB?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

2 days ago

Hi deepikaThere are plenty of law entrance exams other than the CLAT and AILET that you can take after the 12th grade to get into a college to study B.A. LLB:1. ISAT India: You can get admission to colleges such as Asian Law College Noida, GITAM School of Law, and Kalinga University. 2. Kerala La...Hi deepika
There are plenty of law entrance exams other than the CLAT and AILET that you can take after the 12th grade to get into a college to study B.A. LLB:
1. ISAT India: You can get admission to colleges such as Asian Law College Noida, GITAM School of Law, and Kalinga University.
2. Kerala Law Entrance Exam: You can get admission to the B.A. LL.B. Course at Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies and NSS Law College after clearing this exam.
3. Andhra Pradesh LAWCET: With this exam score, you can get admission to around 21 law colleges in Andhra Pradesh, including the Dr. B. R. Ambedkar College of Law and the V. R. Law College.
4. ICFAI Law Admission Test: You can get admission to the ICFAI University, Dehradun, with the score of this test for B.A. LL.B.
5. MHCET Law You can get admission to law colleges in Maharashtra, such as Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University and D. E. S. 's Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College, with this exam's score. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

4 days ago

There are plenty of law entrance exams other than the CLAT and AILET that you can take after the 12th grade to get into a college to study B.A. LLB:1. ISAT India: You can get admission to colleges such as Asian Law College Noida, GITAM School of Law, and Kalinga University. 2. Kerala Law Entrance...There are plenty of law entrance exams other than the CLAT and AILET that you can take after the 12th grade to get into a college to study B.A. LLB:
1. ISAT India: You can get admission to colleges such as Asian Law College Noida, GITAM School of Law, and Kalinga University.
2. Kerala Law Entrance Exam: You can get admission to the B.A. LL.B. Course at Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies and NSS Law College after clearing this exam.
3. Andhra Pradesh LAWCET: With this exam score, you can get admission to around 21 law colleges in Andhra Pradesh, including the Dr. B. R. Ambedkar College of Law and the V. R. Law College.
4. ICFAI Law Admission Test: You can get admission to the ICFAI University, Dehradun, with the score of this test for B.A. LL.B.
5. MHCET Law You can get admission to law colleges in Maharashtra, such as Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University and D. E. S. 's Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College, with this exam's score. This Shiksha page contains detailed information about the law exams for the B.A. LL.B. https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/top-law-entrance-exams-blogId-11410.

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How can I prepare for Current Affairs in the CLAT and the AILET exams?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

2 days ago

The Current Affairs section is one of the most important and vast sections of both law exams. The questions from this section are unpredictable in both the CLAT and the AILET exams. Following these expert tips can help you prepare this section well:1. Read the newspaper and editorials regularly t...The Current Affairs section is one of the most important and vast sections of both law exams. The questions from this section are unpredictable in both the CLAT and the AILET exams. Following these expert tips can help you prepare this section well:
1. Read the newspaper and editorials regularly to keep track of current happenings.
2. You can subscribe to any monthly news compilation to avoid missing any important exam-related information.
3. You have to cover at least one year's worth of national and international events for both exams.
4. You can also subscribe to a related channel on YouTube to understand important events.
5. You can track your progress with mock tests on the CA topics.
6. Make short notes on CA to revise before exams. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

4 days ago

The Current Affairs section is one of the most important and vast sections of both law exams. The questions from this section are unpredictable in both the CLAT and the AILET exams. Following these expert tips can help you prepare this section well:1. Read the newspaper and editorials regularly t...The Current Affairs section is one of the most important and vast sections of both law exams. The questions from this section are unpredictable in both the CLAT and the AILET exams. Following these expert tips can help you prepare this section well:
1. Read the newspaper and editorials regularly to keep track of current happenings.
2. You can subscribe to any monthly news compilation to avoid missing any important exam-related information.
3. You have to cover at least one year's worth of national and international events for both exams.
4. You can also subscribe to a related channel on YouTube to understand important events.
5. You can track your progress with mock tests on the CA topics.
6. Make short notes on CA to revise before exams.

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Which are the top private law colleges accepting CLAT scores?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

A list of top private law colleges that accept CLAT scores. 1- Alliance School of Law, Alliance University, Bangalore. 2- Amity Law School, Amity University, Noida. 3- Apex University, Jaipur. 4- Arka Jain University, Jharkhand. 5- Aryans College of Law, Punjab. 6- GITAM School of Law, Visakhapat...A list of top private law colleges that accept CLAT scores.
1- Alliance School of Law, Alliance University, Bangalore.
2- Amity Law School, Amity University, Noida.
3- Apex University, Jaipur.
4- Arka Jain University, Jharkhand.
5- Aryans College of Law, Punjab.
6- GITAM School of Law, Visakhapatnam.
7- ITM University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh.
8- Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University, Dehradun.
9- Nancy College of Law, Punjab.
10- Universal Law College, Punjab.
11- Maharshi Law School, Maharshi University of Information Technology, NCR Delhi. For more details, you may visit the link (https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/colleges-accepting-clat-scores-for-admissions-blogId-12502). I hope this will help you.

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Dinesh upadhyay

Guide-Level 14

a week ago

You can refer NIRF ranking. Few good options could be -
- LPU
- Christ University
- Shoolini University
- Chitkara
- Symbosis
- KIIT
- UPES
Best Wishes.

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What is the procedure for placements in CLAT colleges?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

First of all, if you get into a good college through CLAT there is no chance that you will not get a placement. Even if you do not, you have so many avenues, like the judiciary, the Indian Armed Forces, the Civil Service, law officers in banks and government companies, litigation, and many more. ...First of all, if you get into a good college through CLAT there is no chance that you will not get a placement. Even if you do not, you have so many avenues, like the judiciary, the Indian Armed Forces, the Civil Service, law officers in banks and government companies, litigation, and many more. The law opens a lot of avenues. After completing the course, you would have a wide range of career options, like law firms, litigation, the civil service, and the judiciary. For law firms, the average package would be around INR 1216 LPA if you graduated from the top 5 national law universities. I hope this will help you.

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Dinesh upadhyay

Guide-Level 14

a week ago

Every Law college has its own placement procedure. The top 20 law colleges in India have some relevant placement offers.

148 Institutes accepting CLAT

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    Placements

    4.7

    Infrastructure

    4.3

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    Crowd & Campus Life

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    Value for Money

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  • Total Fees: ₹ 11.08 Lakh
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  • 5 years
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  • Full Time
B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)
  • 4.3

    Placements

    4.9

    Infrastructure

    4.1

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    3.9

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.3

    Value for Money

    4.6
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  • Total Fees: ₹ 8.30 Lakh
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LL.M.
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    Placements

    4.0

    Infrastructure

    5.0

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.0

    Crowd & Campus Life

    5.0

    Value for Money

    5.0
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  • Total Fees: ₹ 34,000
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  • 1 years
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  • Full Time
B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)
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    Placements

    4.0

    Infrastructure

    4.5

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.0

    Crowd & Campus Life

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    Value for Money

    4.5
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  • Total Fees: ₹ 6.00 Lakh
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  • 5 years
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