The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2024 registration procedure has started, according to the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs). Candidates who pass this coveted entrance exam for the law can enrol in undergraduate and graduate programmes at famous law schools all throughout India.
By going to consortiumonlus.ac.in, the consortium’s official website, prospective candidates can sign up for the legal entrance exam. Admission is available through the exam for the five-year integrated LLB and LLM programmes at participating universities, starting in the 2024–2025 academic year.This article will give you all the information you need to know about the registration procedure, significant dates, syllabus changes, and more if you plan to take the CLAT exam in 2024.
Dates to Remember for CLAT 2024
The following dates for CLAT 2024 should be noted:
- Beginning of registration: July 1, 2023
- End of Registration: November 3, 2023
- Date of the Exam: To Be Declared
- Please be aware that these times could change. It is advised to often check the official website for any updates or changes.
Registration for CLAT 2024: How to Apply
Follow these easy steps to register for CLAT 2024:
- First, go to the official website.
Visit the Consortium of National Law Universities’ (NLUs’) official website at consortiumofnlus.ac.i.
- Click ‘Register’
Find and click the “Register” button at the bottom of the login box on the homepage.
- Login and register
By entering the required information, complete the registration procedure, and generate your login credentials.
- Fill out the registration form
Use your login details to log in and provide accurate information in the registration form. You must also upload the necessary photos according to the form’s instructions.
- Send the form
Examine the details provided in the registration with great care.
CLAT UG 2024 New Syllabus
There have been significant changes made to the syllabus and question format for CLAT UG 2024. Instead of the previous 150 questions, there will now be 120 questions on the exam. The test will continue to last two hours, and candidates will have that time to finish it. Five sections will each have a total of 120 questions:
- English Language
- Current Affairs Including General Knowledge
- Legal Reasoning
- Logical Reasoning
- Quantitative Techniques
Aspiring law students now have the chance to register for undergraduate and graduate programmes at renowned law institutes in India thanks to the CLAT 2024 registration procedure. Visit the official website and finish the registration process before the deadline. Keep track of any changes to the syllabus and crucial exam dates. Wishing you luck as you get ready for CLAT 2024!