The Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) to be conducted by GNLU Gandhinagar on 11 May 2014, opened its doors to applicants on 1 January 2014.
The application, which can be completed online entirely, is available on the official www.clat.ac.in website.
The re-designed website contains detailed instructions and promises that “question booklets” containing previous years’ CLAT questions will be available for Rs 250 from the website or from one of the 14 national law schools participating in the CLAT.
This year there are a total of 1,660 undergraduate seats available via CLAT national law schools, of which 436 are reserved for state quotas. A total of 794 seats are available in the general list, according to the website.
Last year 29,500 law aspirants applied to the CLAT, which was a year-on-year increase of 15 per cent.
Read last year’s CLAT preference analysis
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