The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) online application form 2018 has been declared from 1st January 2018. All the aspirants can access the application form via online mode on the official website i.e. clat.ac.in .
CLAT is one of the most popular law entrance exams which are conducted by the NLUs rotationally. Based on this entrance test, admission into UG and PG law courses in 18 NLUs is provided.
This year CLAT exam is organized by National University of Advanced Legal Studies. CLAT The scorecard is considered by various government undertaking colleges and private law colleges of India.
As per now, the date of the CLAT exam 2018 is 13th May 2018.
The payment of the application forms of CLAT 2018 can be done through online or offline mode. The last date for the online payment is 31st March, 2018 and for offline challan mode is 21st March, 2018.
Here are some steps to check CLAT entrance exam 2018 online application:
Step 1: Firstly, go to the official website of CLAT i.e. clat.ac.in
Step 2: Now, on the homepage, you will find the link for ‘Apply Now’
Step 3: It will directly take you to a new page where you will get all the information related to the online application and the important dates.
Step 4: Read all the information carefully before proceeding further.
Step 4: Now, once you have read all the information, select the tab ‘Click here for new registration’
Step 5: Now the registration process will begin.
Step 6: Once you are registered, carefully fill the online application form
Step 7: In the next step, you need to upload all the supporting documents such as your photo and signature in the format given in instruction.
Step 8: Now, pay the application fee online using online payment mode or through e-challan
Step 9: At last you can download and save/print the acknowledgment slip at the end for future reference.
The admit card is believed to be declare on 20th April, 2018 and the last date of downloading the CLAT 2018 admit card is 12th May, 2018.
The 18 participating National Law Universities (NLUs) each year on a rotational basis, for short-listing students for the Under-Graduate (UG) / Post-Graduate (PG) Law programmes, conduct Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is the only way to secure admission in one of the 18 National law universities, to pursue the most coveted LLB/LLM programmes offered by these NLU and associated institutions.
The admission is granted on the ‘merit-cum-preference’ in accordance with the eligibility and other criteria as laid down by respective NLUs