The Common Law Admission Test or CLAT 2018 Result has been declared by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi, on the official website, i.e. clat.ac.in. The official statement released by the board office stated that ‘The CLAT Scorecard can be downloaded by the candidate by logging into his/her LOGIN account from 31st May 2018.’ The CLAT 2018 was conducted on 13th May 2018 for the aspirants who are seeking admissions in the Five Year Integrated Law Degree (Hon’s) Undergraduate programme and One Year LL.M. Degree Postgraduate programme in the 19 National Law Universities in India.
The registered students who have applied for CLAT 2018 must download the scorecard or the result from the official website. Along with the scorecards, students must carry a valid photo ID card (original + photocopy) and other required documents to the counseling venue for the hassle-free verification process. It has been speculated that around 2432 seats will be allocated based on CLAT Result 2018. The Final Cutoff will be announced soon. Out of the total number of seats, around 1480 have been allocated as All-India seats and around 604 seats have been dubbed as state-level seats while 258 seats have been assigned as special category seats.
The universities that are participating for the CLAT 2018 Entrance Examination are: NLSIU (Bengaluru), NALSAR (Hyderabad), NLIU (Bhopal), NLU (Jodhpur), HNLU (Raipur), GNLU (Gandhinagar), RMLNLU (Lucknow), WBNUJS (Kolkata), RGNUL (Punjab), CNLU (Patna), NUALS (Kochi), NLUO (Odisha), NUSRL (Ranchi), NLUJA(Assam), DSNLU (Visakhapatanam), TNNLS(Tiruchirappalli), MNLU (Mumbai), MNLU (Nagpur), and MNLU (Aurangabad).
Here are some steps to check the CLAT 2018 Result:
Step 1: Visit the official website, i.e. clat.ac.in
Step 2: Now, click on ‘Information’ tab
Step 3: After that, click on ‘Result’ tab
Step 4: Now enter your login credentials
Step 5: Download your CLAT Result 2018
Step 6: Take a printout for further reference
About CLAT 2018
The 19 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.