CLAT PG 2017 –The registration process for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for Postgraduate programmes has commenced. The law aspirants can apply for the test until March 31, 2017. The test will be conducted by Chanakya National Law University, Patna, on May 14, 2017. There is a total of 17 National Law Universities (NLUs) in India and every year, one of the NLUs conducts CLAT for admission to UG and PG law programmes of these Universities and various other law schools.
Once the candidates are sure that they fulfill all the eligibility norms, they can start applying for the test. The application forms are expected to be released in the 1st week of January 2017 and will be available online. The candidates can access the application from this article by clicking on the sub-heading above. While filling up the application form, the candidates are advised to fill in the details carefully and make sure that they avoid making mistakes. Only the candidates submitting their complete application form before the deadline will be eligible to appear for the test.
To apply for the test, the candidates are required to get themselves registered first, by entering a valid email ID and mobile number. Once the candidates have successfully registered, they can access the application form for CLAT PG 2017. Follow the instructions below to apply for the test –
The candidates can pay the application fee for CLAT PG 2017 via online as well as offline mode. The application fee is Rs. 4000/- (ST/SC: Rs. 3500/-).
To pay the application fee via online mode, the candidates can opt for the payment via Credit/Debit Card or Net Banking.
To pay the application fee via offline mode, the candidates are required to take a printout of the E-Challan during the application process and pay the amount in cash at any ICICI branch.
The entrance test will be held in an online mode across various Indian cities. There will be a total of 150 questions and the candidates will be given 2 hours to complete the paper. 1 mark will be awarded for each correct answer, while 0.25 marks will be penalized for each wrong answer.
It is important for the candidate preparing for the test to make sure that they are familiar with the pattern. Check the table below for more details on the CLAT PG test pattern 2017 –
|Sections||Type of Questions||No. of questions||Marks per question|
|Constitutional Law||Long Essay Type Descriptive||2||25|
|Jurisprudence||Long Essay Type Descriptive||2||25|
|Other law subjects||Multiple Choice Questions||50||1|
The other law subjects include –
CLAT PG Eligibility Criteria 2017 – It is important for the candidates to be familiar with the CLAT eligibility norms. The registration process for CLAT PG 2017 has commenced and the last date to apply is March 31, 2017. The application form is available online and the candidates can apply from this article. Before the candidates start with the application process, they are advised to check the CLAT 2017 eligibility criteria. The eligibility norms for CLAT are the minimum eligibility requirements that the candidates must fulfill. If the candidates fail to fulfill the eligibility norms, then their candidature will be cancelled. The online test is scheduled to be held on May 14, 2017. Know more about the CLAT PG Eligibility Criteria 2017 from this article.
The Common Law Admission Test 2017 will be held for admission into the UG and PG programmes of the 17 NLUs and other law schools. However, the CLAT PG Eligibility Norms 2017 will vary Institute-wise. Check the eligibility criteria for CLAT PG 2017 from the points below –
The candidates fulfilling the eligibility norms can apply for the test. The registration is expected to start from the 1st week of January 2017. The application forms will be available online and the candidates can access them from this article. Only the candidates fulfilling the eligibility norms must apply for the test. The application fee for CLAT PG is non-refundable. The test will be held in a computer-based mode around the 2nd week of May 2017. Last year, the test was conducted by Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala.