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Exclusive mirror: Download the official CLAT 2011 results now over the cloud

Click through to download the results to the 2011 Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT). The files are copies of the official clat.ac.in files, hosted on a cloud-based server that should be able to withstand any traffic. If Legally India or clat.ac.in/media.php go offline please check our Facebook page which will also hosts a link to the files.

The full CLAT rank list for undergraduates: Updated Unique Rank List (UG) (size: 2.4MB)

The full CLAT rank list for postgraduates: Updated Unique Rank List (PG) (size: 162KB)

The official guide on how to read your CLAT result: Explanation of CLAT 2011 Results - Updated list of unique ranks (size: 89KB)

The CLAT.ac.in server crashed on the evening of Saturday 28 May due to excessive volumes of traffic.

22:35 The top score in this year’s undergraduate CLAT has been achieved by Padmini Baruah with 173 points.

The next two top scores were separated by an entire three points each at 170 for Vasanth Bharani and 167 for Rudrajit Ghosh.

Baruah did not take the NLU Delhi admissions test, where Bharani came 53rd, and Ghosh 22nd.

FAQ: The counselling platform, how does it work?

This year’s CLAT did not require a preference for a college to be given in advance. It is understood that what will happen instead this year is that around 2,500 toppers will be invited to submit their preferences via the “online counselling platform”.

This will open in the next 7 to 10 days so that students will have the time to do research on which colleges they would prefer and believe they can realistically gain admission to while taking into account their CLAT ranks.

22:45 Over Twitter @pranesh_prakash writes, with a speedy analysis of the results: “Of 21353 candidates who wrote #CLAT, there were 10225 women, 1075 SC, 398 ST, 82 PWD, 367 NRI candidates.”

I’ll add another tidbit here: 21,353 sat for the undergrad CLAT and 1,269 appeared for the postgraduate CLAT.

22:52 More from @pranesh_prakash: “Of 21353 candidates for #CLAT, 82 self-declared as disabled. Of those 82, as far as I can make out, only 3 were from SC/ST backgrounds.”

22:53 The topper at 173 points is 23 points above the 50th ranked, where the cut-off is 150. The 100th rank cut-off is 143 points, 150th is 139 points, and 200th is 136. The field is clearly very tight after the first 50, with hundreds having scored between 130 and 140 points.

22:57 Last year’s cut-off to get into NLSIU Bangalore was from ranks 1 to 59, with scores between 152 and 165 and an average of 156. This was a far narrower range than this year’s where ranks 1 to 59 range from 148 to 173 points.

Nalsar Hyderabad’s cut-off rank last year was the 102nd, with a lowest score of 148 and an average score of 150. This year the 102nd rank carried a score of 143.

NUJS Kolkata’s lowest rank was 205th with a score of 145 last year – this year the same rank is at 136 points.

23:14 Those who didn’t get a top rank, remember again: there is life outside the national CLAT schools and flourishing legal careers can be made wherever you go. Do share your thoughts below in the comments.

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