The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for the year 2014 would be held by the Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), which is introducing Online application/registration process for the test.
After being entrusted to conduct CLAT 2014, the GNLU held the first Core Committee Meeting of CLAT-2014 that comprised of Vice Chancellors/Directors of 14 National Law Universities across India on 22 October 2013. During the meeting, the committee had discussed on various issues related to the examination including Eligibility Criteria for the UG and PG courses, test centers, notification for application forms, important dates and pattern of question papers.
The scheduled date for CLAT 2014 examination is 11 May 2014.
Apart from introducing online application process for the CLAT 2014, the committee has also introduced a Centralized Online Counseling for admission. This is being done to save time, energy and efforts of thousands of students and parents and make the overall process more efficient and effective.
The participating Universities are: NLSIU, Bangalore (Karnataka); NALSAR, Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh); NLIU, Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh); WBNUJS, Kolkata (West Bengal); NLU, Jodhpur (Rajasthan); HNLU, Raipur (Chattisgarh); RMLNLU, Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh); RGNUL, Patiala (Punjab); CNLU, Patna (Bihar); NUALS, Kochi (Kerala); NLUO, Cuttack (Odisha); NUSRL, Ranchi (Jharkhand); and NLUJA,Guwahati (Assam).
There has been a significant growth among 10+2 pass out students to opt for admission in the law courses at one of the national law universities. Around 31,000 students appeared for CLAT 2013, competing for about 1,600 seats in these NLUs. GNLU expects more than 35,000 applicants for CLAT 2014.
GNLU has already established following CLAT 2014 contact ids:
Queries can be sent on firstname.lastname@example.org
Suggestions can be sent on email@example.com (Suggestions and ideas are encouraged from across the nation to further streamline the admission procedure within the CLAT framework).