CLAT 2020: Admit Card (Released?), Exam Date (Revised), Exam Pattern

CLAT 2020 Postponed to 28 Sep – Get Admit Card, Download Sample Paper, Question Paper and Syllabus

CLAT 2020 Entrance Exam Admit Card


CLAT 2020 – Consortium of National Law Universities has postponed CLAT 2020. Now the exam will be held on September 28, 2020. CLAT is a national level law entrance exam. It will be held in computer-based mode, for UG and PG law admission in LLB, LLB 5 year Integrated, LLM, etc courses. In all, 22 NLUs and various private / Government colleges accept the score of the exam. Check CLAT 2020 exam date, syllabus, exam pattern, admit card, and more details here. 


Common Law Admission Test CLAT 2020 Admit Card




Important Dates


CLAT 2020 New Exam Dates
Online application form releases on 01 Jan 2020
Last date to submit the application form 10 Jul 2020
Last date to choose test centres 10 Jul 2020
Admit card releases on 15/09/2020
CLAT 2020 Exam Date 22 Aug 2020 07 Sep 2020
28 Sep 2020
Publication of Official Answer Key To be announced
Objections can be submitted from To be announced
Last date to submit objections To be announced
Notification of final answer key To be announced
Result declaration on To be announced


Age Limit

All Eligibility Candidates Can Apply the CLAT 2020 Form.

NO Upper Age Limit in CLAT 2020

For More Details Must Read the Full Information Brochure Will be Available at Right Side NLU Wise

Participating National Law Universities Notification

National Law School Of India University NLSUI, Bangalore

The National Law Institute University NLIU, Bhopal

National Law University, NLU Jodhpur

Gujarat National Law University,GNLU Gandhinagar

Rajiv Gandhi National University Of Law, Punjab RGNUL ,Patiala

The National university of Advanced Legal studies, NUALS Kochi

National University of Study and Research in Law, NUSRL Ranchi

Damodaram Sanjivyya National Law University, DSNLU, Vishakhapatnam

Maharashtra National Law University, MNLU Mumbai

NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad

The West Bengal NU of Juridical Sciences NUJS, Kolkata

Hidayafullah National Law University HNLU, Raipur

DR. Ram Manohar Lohiya RMLNLU, Lucknow

Chanakya National Law University, CLNU Patna

National Law University Odisha, NLUO Cuttack

NLU and Judicial Academy, Assam, Guwahati

The Tamil Nadu national Law School, Tiruchirappalli

CLAT BA LLB UG Course Eligibility

Under Graduate B.A /LL.B. Hons : Passed 10+2 (Intermediate)Exam in Any Recognized Board With 45% Marks

For Reserve Category: 40% Marks.

Passed / Appearing Both Candidates Are Eligible

CLAT LLM PG Course Eligibility

Post Graduate: LL.B. Degree of Any Recognized University with Minimum 55% Marks.

For Reserve Category: 50% Marks.

Passed / Appearing Both Candidates Are Eligible

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Some Useful Important Links

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Apply Online

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Download Short Notification

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Download Syllabus

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Official Website

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CLAT 2020 Exam Frequently Asked Questions


Ans : The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020 is an Offline Test of 2 hours. The paper for UG programmes have 200 Multiple choice Based questions of 1 mark each. And the paper for PG Programmes have 100 MCQs of 1 mark each and 2 Essay type questions of 25 marks each. There is a negative marking of 0.25 for both UG and PG programmes.

Ans : CLAT is conducted by 21 NLUs on a rotational basis. The conducting university is yet to be announced on the official website.

Ans : All the candidates must have passed the qualifying examination or equivalent examination with an aggregate of 45 % marks (for UG aspirants) and 55 % marks (for PG aspirants).

Ans : The syllabus for UG programme is – English Including Comprehension, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Mathematics, Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. For PG Programme aspirants, the questions are asked from the Constitutional law and other subjects such a Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR and Jurisprudence.

Ans : The cut off for CLAT 2020 will be released after the declaration of the Result on the official website.

Ans : 21 NLUs will accept the score of CLAT 2020. Apart from the NLUs, there are many other Private universities/ colleges which accepts the score of CLAT.

Ans : The mode of CLAT 2020 is Offline mode.

Ans : The difficulty level of CLAT 2020 is easy to moderate as per last year’s exam session.

Ans : The Selection of the candidates is done on the basis of Merit list.

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