CLAT application form 2019 is available on the official CLAT website. CLAT 2019 application process would be completely online this year also but the exam would be held in offline mode. Aspirants can register for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) in the online mode only through the official website of the law entrance exam. Candidates need to submit the completed application forms for CLAT 2019 latest by March 31, 2019.
Candidates appearing for the CLAT 2019 can refer to the table below with reference to the important dates for the CLAT 2019 Exam:
Start date to fill CLAT 2019 application
January 13, 2019
Last date to fill CLAT 2019 application
March 31, 2019
CLAT 2019 Exam Day
May 12, 2019 (3:00pm to 5:00pm)
Date of Declaration of Results
Last week of May 2019
To be eligible for CLAT, the candidates must have secured:
The result of qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2) shall be submitted by the candidate at the time of admission failing which the candidate shall be ineligible for admission to the course.
Candidates are advised to first ensure that they fulfill the eligibility conditions, requisite marks and claims under different categories etc., as stipulated in CLAT rules and by the respective NLUs. CLAT Consortium and organizing universities shall not be responsible for any loss. Mere submission of CLAT 2019 application does not confer on any candidate's right for admission. Admission is subject to verification of documents, minimum qualifications and other eligibility conditions prescribed as per CLAT rules.
For details regarding information on admission to individual NLUs, candidates are required to go through the e-Brochures and also the individual NLU websites.
Register for CLAT 2019
To register for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), candidates need to fill their details such as their name, mobile number, email address and password. After filling all these details aspirants need to click on the 'Submit' button.
To activate their account, candidates need to enter their Mobile number and the OTP received on their mobile during the registration process. After entering the Mobile number and OTP in the form aspirants need to click the 'Activate' button to activate their account.
Login to fill CLAT application form 2019
On filling these details candidates are led to a page wherein they are provided instructions on how to fill their CLAT application form 2019. Some of the mentioned instructions are:
Aspirants need to fill the below mentioned details in their CLAT application form:
Finally, candidates are shown a preview of their filled application form for CLAT exam. After checking all the details mentioned by them, candidates need to click on the 'Submit' button. After clicking on the 'Submit' button, a dialogue box opens which asks candidates to ensure that all the data entered by them is correct because aspirants would not be allowed to make any changes in data once they submit their application form.
Candidates need to provide three cities where they would prefer appearing for the CLAT 2019 and thereafter mention the NLU where they would like to secure admission. After filling these details, candidates need to click on the button stating - Save Test Centre and Admission Preference. Lastly candidates are provided a preview of the information submitted by them and thereafter they need to click on the 'Submit' button.
Candidates need to upload the following documents along with their CLAT 2019 Application forms:
Maximum Size: 500 KB
Maximum Size: 100 KB
State of Domicile Certificate
Maximum Size: 2 MB
After uploading all the required documents in the above mentioned format and file size candidates need to click on the 'Submit Document' button.
CLAT exam fee can be paid by candidates online through the payment gateway 'Razorpay'. Candidates need to note that additional bank charges may apply for online transactions.
Q: What is the website of filling the CLAT form online?
A: The website for filling the CLAT form is https://clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in/.
Q: Is it necessary to write the CLAT exam if you want to study in another state?
A: There are other exams for other states too. But various colleges in different states across India also accept the CLAT score. So, you can also go in different states to study after writing the CLAT exam.
Q: I have done BA and I want to do law. Do I have any chance to write CLAT? Do I have to pursue graduation again for it?
A: NO, you are eligible for CLAT exam if you have a minimum of 45 percent marks in your 10+2 examination. If you belong to the reserved category you required to scored a minimum of 40 percent marks in your 10+2 examination.
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