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CLAT Course

The Consortium of National Law Universities was founded on August 19, 2017, to improve the standard of legal education in the country and the justice system through legal education, with Prof. R. Venkata Rao, former Vice-Chancellor of NLSIU, serving as President and Prof. Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor of NALSAR, serving as Vice-President. Prof. (Dr.) Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR, is the Consortium’s current President and Prof. (Dr.) Poonam Saxena, Vice-Chancellor, NLU, is the Consortium’s Vice-President. CLAT 2021 qualifying criteria are largely based on two factors:

CLAT 2021 Educational Requirements

Any candidate who has finished 10+2 or an equivalent examination with the required score can take the CLAT 2021 Exam.

The minimum marks necessary for each category are shown below:

45 percent for the General/Other Backward Class (OBC)/Specially Abled categories Scheduled Class (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST) categories receive 40% marks.

Candidates who will take their Class 12th exam in March/April 2021 are also eligible for the CLAT 2021 Exam. At the time of admission, such candidates must provide proof of passing their Class 12th test. If a candidate does not match the qualifying requirements, their candidacy will be removed.

When it comes to taking the CLAT 2021 Exam, there is no maximum age restriction.

 Mock tests are conducted along with solving the sample papers and previous year question papers.

CLAT Syllabus:

●  English language:

Extra classes for students are conducted from time to time. Besides that, one-on-one classes, doubt clearing sessions, compensation classes and practice of interview sessions are conducted.

●  Current Affairs and General Knowledge:

Instead of the direct questions previously, this portion would consist of texts. The paragraphs would be 450 words long and taken from news, journals, and other sources. Questions would be posed in response to such sections. Because such a question might cover the static component, applicants are recommended not to skip it.

●  Quantitative Techniques:

Short sets of facts or propositions, graphs, or other textual, graphical, or diagrammatic representations of numerical information will be presented in the Quantitative Technique or Maths part, followed by a series of questions. The questions will be in the form of Data Interpretation, which requires applicants to deduce information from the supplied paragraph and respond accordingly.

●  Legal Reasoning:

The candidate’s enthusiasm in the study of law, research aptitude, and problem-solving skills will be tested in this part. Again, questions would be based on texts referring to facts or scenarios concerning legal issues. The chapter would include specific rules and concepts that would need to be discovered and applied to the questions.

●  Logical Reasoning:

The logical reasoning portion is designed to assess the candidate’s ability to spot patterns, logical relationships and correct faulty arguments. The questions would be based on a 300-word text.


●  Be familiar with the CLAT Exam Pattern and Syllabus

●  Practice CLAT Mock Tests and CLAT Sample Papers to have a firm grasp on the CLAT Exam.

●  Divide the curriculum into topics and then into your strengths and limitations

●  Conduct frequent revisions.

●  Read books recommended for the CLAT Exam.

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