With a flair of elections in the country, CLAT 2019 has been rescheduled by NLU Odisha. The initial date for the exam to take place was May 12, which has now been postponed to May 26. With the exam date moved further the application submission date has also been extended. So, all the law aspirants who missed out to apply for CLAT 2019 examination, now have a chance to submit their application anytime between January 13 to April 15, 2019.
So don’t sit back and apply online today to get into the LLB and LLM programs in 19 NLUs and other private schools of your dreams!
Details About CLAT 2019
|Exam conducted by||National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi|
|Exam Date||May 26, 2019 (Sunday)|
Application for CLAT 2019
The candidate needs to proceed to the official website of CLAT 2019 and then he or she will have to click on the tab which has ‘Apply Online’ written on it. The page will be redirected to the registration page, and the candidate will be guided through instructions of how to register for CLAT 2019 examination.
After filling up the given form, the candidate needs to pay the application fees. This application fee of Rs. 4000/- can be paid through both online and offline methods. There is a subsequent relaxation in case of the candidates of the reserved category who need to pay Rs.3500/-. After the payment has been completed, a confirmation page verifying the same will be generated. The candidate needs to keep a copy of this confirmation page with himself or herself for future reference.
The organizers of CLAT 2019 have declared that there is no offline method of application in this examination. This is a fact that while filling up the application form, one needs to provide the preference of the National Law Universities as this preference will be tallied with the merit list for the allocation of the seats after the publication of the results.
This examination is the basic step to enroll a candidate in the five-year integrated B.A. LL.B course or the Master degree courses in the famous Law Universities across India. In the case of CLAT 2019, one can get hold of all the important details with the help of the official website of CLAT.
It is a 2-hour examination which has a negative marking policy. The students will lose 0.25 marks for every one incorrect answer. Thus it is recommended that they practice properly so that they can grasp the concepts of Legal Aptitude, Reasoning, English Comprehension, Elementary Mathematics as well as General Knowledge as these are the major aspects of the syllabus. On the other hand, the syllabus and the pattern of questions are different in case of the PG-level examination.
Since very less time is left for the examination, thus it is recommended that the candidates must practice the previous year’s question papers properly. They must also practice the aptitude and mathematics section carefully, and reading of newspaper is mandatory as the syllabus includes the current affairs. It is not impossible to secure a position in one of the best National Law Universities in India; one needs to put tremendous efforts towards his or her preparation forwards.