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Exams

About CLAT
  • Prior to the introduction of the CLAT, each national law university conducted various entrances for law which sometimes overlapped. This use to cause inconvenience to the student community. CLAT was introduced in 2008 to overcome this disadvantage.
  • CLAT  is conducted on rotational basis by 19 National Law Universities (NLUs). The 19 participating NLUs are:
  1. National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru.
  2. National Academy of Legal Study and Research (NALSAR) University of Law, Hyderabad.
  3. National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal.
  4. West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata.
  5. National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur.
  6. Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU), Raipur.
  7. Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar.
  8. Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU), Lucknow.
  9. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab.
  10. Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna.
  11. National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS), Kochi.
  12. National Law University Odisha (NLUO), Cuttack.
  13. National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL), Ranchi.
  14. National Law University and Judicial Academy (NLUJA), Assam.
  15. Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (DSNLU), Visakhapatnam.
  16. Tamil Nadu National Law School (TNNLS), Tiruchirappalli.
  17. Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Mumbai.
  18. Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Nagpur.
Eligibilty
Educational Qualification for CLAT 2018 -
  • Passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with the minimum of -
    • 45% marks in case of candidates belonging to Unreserved/OBC/SAP categories
    • 40% marks in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST Category
  • Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination in April/May 2018 are also eligible for appearing in CLAT-2018 examination.
Age limit for CLAT 2018 -
  • There Candidates shall be below Twenty (20) Years of age as on 1st July 2018
 
Admission and Selection Process
  • Selection is made through entrance test.
    • Tie-Breaking:
    • In the event of equal marks scored by multiple candidates, tie breaking procedure would be as under:
    • Higher Marks in Legal Aptitude
    • Higher Age
    • Computerized draw of lots
  • Test Pattern
    • Mode - Online
    • Question Type - Multiple Choice Questions
    • No. of Questions - 200
    • Duration - 2 hours
    • Marking Scheme - Correct Answer : +1 and Wrong Answer: - 0.25
  • Subjects
    • English including Comprehension
    • General Knowledge and Current Affairs
    • Elementary Mathematics
    • Legal Aptitude
    • Logical Reasoning
Syllabus
Verbal Ability
  • Vocabulary
  • Sentence Analysis
  • Noun & Pronoun Errors
  • Subject-Verb Agreement & Tenses
  • verbal and critical reasoning
  • Logical Consistency
  • Modifiers & Parallelism
  • Prepositions and Conjunctions
  • Idioms & Phrases etc.
Mathematics
  • Numbers
  • BODMAS
  • Cyclicity
  • HCF & LCM
  • Averages and Percentages
  • Roots
  • Indices
  • Surds
  • Simple & Compound Interest
  • Profit & Loss
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Partnership
  • Mixtures & Alligations
  • Algebraic Formulae
  • Linear & Quadratic Equation
  • Time
  • Speed & Distance
  • Work Related Problems
  • Pipes & Cisterns
  • Geometry: Lines, Angles & Triangles
  • Polygons
  • Circles & Mensuration
  • Permutations & Combinations
  • Probability
  • Data Interpretation
Logical & Verbal Reasoning
  • Coding & Decoding
  • Analogies
  • Odd One Out
  • Family Tree & Directions
  • Arrangements: Linear/Circular/Matrix
  • Groups & Conditionality
  • Logical Series
  • Selection Criteria
  • Sequential I/P - O/P Tracing
  • Symbol Based Logic
  • Logical Puzzles
  • Syllogisms
  • strong & weak arguments
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Cause effects
  • Implicit Assumptions
  • Inferences
  • statement conclusions
General Awareness
  • Indian History
  • World History
  • Current Affairs
  • Indian Geography World Geography
  • Indian Constitution
  • Indian & World Economy
  • Banking & Financial Institutions
  • National Insignia
  • International News
  • Science
  • Computers
  • Sports and Movies
  • Prizes
  • Awards and Honors
  • Personalities
  • Literature and Media
  • Days and Dates
Legal Aptitude
  • Law of Tort Fundamentals of Law of Contract
  • Basics of Criminal Law
  • Basics of Constitutional Law
  • Family Law
  • Procedural Law
  • Property Law & Intellectual Property Law
2018 cut offs
S. No. NLU GEN Category SC Category ST Category
Opening Closing Opening Closing Opening Closing
1 NLSIU - Bengaluru 1 66 562 2049 865 2528
2 NALSAR - Hyderabad 68 137 1584 3271 2971 6092
3 NUJS - KOLKATA 139 260 1246 4498 6196 9083
4 NLIU - Bhopal 169 428 3616 4326 3175 7791
5 NLUJ - JODHPUR 201 376 4386 6311 4692 9409
6 GNLU - Gandhinagar 360 1898 4621 8986 7948 11886
7 HNLU -  Raipur 430 657 3915 9283 10386 13115
8 MNLU - Mumbai 478 503 6929 9302 10134 11122
9 RMLNLU - Lucknow 513 671 4720 12674 19064 23263
10 RGNUL - Punjab 565 924 2047 10314 11562 15915
11 NUALS - Kochi 603 928 9497 14324 16087 16087
12 NLUO - Cuttak 713 1167 6023 10697 11179 18957
13 CNLU - Patna 919 1186 9575 20460 15714 15714
14 NUSRL - Ranchi 1022 1255 7859 11146 15918 18973
15 MNLU - Nagpur 1039 1532 9944 24000 44302 44302
16 DSNLU - Vizag 1134 1432 7471 24588 27355 33363
17 NLUJA- Guwahati 1219 1556 4270 30074 4857 46992
18 TNNLS - Trichy 1433 1571 8883 11456 12376 18123
19 MNLU - Aurangabad 1503 1588 18560 36331 NA NA
  Figures in blue indicate state quota category | NA indicates note available    
CLAT 2018 Analysis
Elementary Mathematics:
  • It was perhaps the most difficult section. The questions were long and difficult. They have been distributed in areas such as algebra, speed and distance, work methods, probabilities, and so on. Even good students have not made a serious attempt over 10-12. It was another differentiating section
Logical reasoning:
  • The reasoning was a relatively long but easy section. There were 25-30 questions of analytical reasoning and the rest was based on verbal reasoning. 4 sets of table paintings have consumed a lot of time. There were no surprises regarding the topics covered. So, it was a fairly standard section
Verbal skills:
  • Historically, English was the most predictable section of CLAT and this year was no different. I had a long but easy passage with 10 questions. Other types of questions were vocabulary (5Q), sentence correction (5Q), short paragraphs with one question each (4-6). There were also questions about how to fill the spaces and the meaning of the sentences. The section had a good opportunity to score
Legal Aptitude:
  • It was a fairly direct section, dominated by questions of legal reasoning. The questions were related to the direct application of the principles. Some questions of affirmative reasoning and conclusion of the statement were asked. The Section had 8 to 10 legal questions on the GK, including static questions about the LGK. The level of difficulty was easy to moderate.
GK and current affairs:
  • The surprise in the store was a lot of questions about the static GK. Up to 15 static questions were distributed in Legal GK, books and authors. Some questions were asked based on the events of early 2017. The rest were topical issues, spread across different topics. This could be a differentiating section between the main NLU collectors and the rest. Those who have prepared well for static GK should have a definite advantage
Overview
  • NLUD also known as National Law University, Delhi. It is one of the premier law schools in the India, offering courses at UG (B.A. LL.B) and PG (LL.M) levels. The entrance test conducted by NLU-Delhi for admission to its law courses is known as AILET.
Eligibility
  • Candidate should have passed 10+2 or Equivalent Examination with 50% marks.
  • Candidates appearing in the 12th standard examination in March/April, 2018 can also appear for the test on condition that they produce proof of having passed the qualifying examination with the prescribed marks at the time of admission.
  • Candidates who get compartment in any subject in the qualifying examination are not eligible for admission in that year.
Admission & Selection Process
  • Entrance Test Score
  • Candidate should score at least 40% of the marks in AILET in case of gen candidates and 30% for SC/ST candidates.
National Law University – Delhi
  • Intake: 80 Seats (Indian Nationals -  70 & Foreign National : 10)
  • Course offered - B.A. LL.B (Hons)
  • Breakup of seats - B.A. LL.B. (Hons) - Five-Year Program
  • Total seats - 80+1+2= 83
AILET Pattern
  • Mode - Paper-and-Pencil
  • Question Type - Multiple Choice Questions
  • No. of Questions -  150
  • Duration -  1 ½  Hrs. (90 Minutes)
  • Marking Scheme -  Correct Answer : +1 and Wrong Answer: - 0.25
  • Subjects -
    • English
    • General Knowledge
    • Legal Aptitude
    • Logical Reasoning
    • Mathematics
AILET Syllabus
  • Verbal Ability
    • Vocabulary, Sentence Analysis, Noun & Pronoun Errors, Subject-Verb Agreement & Tenses, verbal and critical reasoning, Logical Consistency, Modifiers & Parallelism, Prepositions and Conjunctions, Idioms & Phrases etc.
  • Logical & Verbal Reasoning
    • Coding & Decoding, Analogies, Odd One Out, Family Tree & Directions, Arrangements: Linear/Circular/Matrix, Groups & Conditionality, Logical Series, Selection Criteria, Sequential I/P - O/P Tracing, Symbol Based Logic, Logical Puzzles, Syllogisms, strong & weak arguments, Critical Reasoning, Cause effects, Implicit Assumptions, Inferences, statement conclusions etc
  • Mathematics
    • Numbers, BODMAS, Cyclicity, HCF & LCM, Averages and Percentages, Roots, Indices, Surds, Simple & Compound Interest, Profit & Loss, Ratio & Proportion, Partnership, Mixtures & Alligations, Algebraic Formulae, Linear & Quadratic Equations, Time, Speed & Distance, Work Related Problems, Pipes & Cisterns, Geometry: Lines, Angles & Triangles, Polygons, Circles & Mensuration, Permutations & Combinations, Probability, Data Interpretation.
  • General Awareness
    • Indian History, World History, Current Affairs, Indian Geography World Geography, Indian Constitution, Indian & World Economy, Banking & Financial Institutions, National Insignia, International News, Science, Computers, Sports and Movies, Prizes, Awards and Honors, Personalities, Literature and Media, Days and Dates etc.
  • Legal Aptitude
  • Law of Torts, Fundamentals of Law of Contract ,Basics of Criminal Law, Basics of Constitutional Law, Family Law, Procedural Law, Property Law & Intellectual Property Law.
AILET 2018 Analysis
Let's look at the section level feedback Logical reasoning
  • It resembled a representative section with subjects such as circular arrangement (5Q), matrix arrangements (5-6 Q) and series (5-6 Q). The verbal reasoning questions had a deductive reasoning based on a paragraph, certainly true-certainly false type Q, conclusion-statement, argument strong-weak type Q questions. This made the section a bit long and moderately difficult
Legal Apt
  • No Assertion-Reason questions were asked in this section. There were about 25 questions of legal reasoning of a factual nature. In many questions, the facts were quite long (almost a page). Some facts have also been complicated and twisted along the way. This made the section quite long. Most of the questions came from wrongs and contracts. There were very few criminal law issues. About 10 questions were based on the static LGK, but they were manageable. No legal maxim was requested. The section was moderate-difficult
Mathematics
  • It was a simple section without surprises. The questions were broken down into standard topics such as simple compound interest, ratio proportion, performance measure, loss and probability.
English
  • There were no RC or parajumble passages throughout the section. In short, the section was quite heavy in grammar. In addition, there were 3 questions about using a word in different ways in the form of a correspondence between the columns of the word use and sentences. In general, the section took a lot of time because of the introduction of new types of questions in large quantities. Difficulty level was high
General awareness
  • Almost 70% of the questions in this section were direct in nature, based on current events, and were easy to moderate. Current Affair issues were dominated by news and world forums, government and politics, inventions, and so on. The static questions about the GK came from sports or other subjects.
Overview
  • Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University was established in 1998 by the government of from NCT-Delhi. The University aims to promote and facilitate higher education with a focus on vocational training, such as HM, BJMC, engineering, medicine, dentistry, law, etc.
  • The University College of Law and Legal Studies (USLLS) was created in 2001 with the objective of providing five-year professional courses in law (BA / BBA LL.B). This also offers LL.M, Ph.D. and postdoctoral research facilities in law.
  • Admissions to these courses are based on the common entrance test, commonly known as IPUCET. There are about 10 colleges affiliated to the IPU, with a capacity of 2540 seats.
Eligibility
Aspirants are advised to read the official notification issued by IPU for the concerned year. Eligibility criteria for IPUCET-2018
  • Minimum 50% in class XII and must also have passed in English
  • Minimum 45% in class XII for SC /ST/Widows or Wards of Defense Personnel/ Persons With Disability
  • Below 21 Years of age as on 1st August of exam year.
  • Students awaiting their class XII result can also appear for IPUCET
Admission & Selection Process
Selection through the score obtained in Objective-type written exam.
  • No. of Seats - 1400 approx
  • **Kindly note that 85% seats are reserved for students studied in Delhi (NCR is not included).
  • Entrance Pattern - 
    • Mode - Paper-and-Pencil
    • Question Type - Multiple Choice Questions
    • No. of Questions -150
    • Duration - 2 ½ hours (150 Minutes)
    • Marking Scheme -Correct Answer :  +4  and Wrong Answer:  - 1
    • English Language and Comprehension- 25%
    • General Knowledge- 25%
    • Reasoning- 25%
    • Legal Aptitude- 25%
    • General Legal Awareness
    • Understanding and Application of Legal Principles
    • **(No Mathematics)
Syllabus
All 4 sections of IPUCET have equal weight-age Reasoning: 25%
  • Numerical
  • Logical
General Knowledge -25%
  • National Culture and History
  • Geography and Natural Resources
  • Science and Technology
  • International Affairs
  • Current National Events
English Language and Comprehension: 25%
  • Use of prepositions, articles, etc
  • Sentence Construction
  • Narration
  • Comprehension
  • Vocabulary
  • Others
Legal Aptitude: 25%
  • General Legal Awareness
  • Understanding and Application of Legal Principles
Colleges
  1. Amity Law School – Noida
  2. BLS Institute of Management, Technology & Law-Bahadurgrah
  3. P. Jain College of Higher Studies & College of Law – Narela
  4. Delhi Institute of Rural Development – Nodia
  5. Delhi Metropolitan Education Society – Khurd
  6. Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology – Kapashera
  7. Ideal Institute of Management & Technology – Karkardooma
  8. JIMS Engineering Management and Technical Campus – Noida
  9. Sri Krishna College of Education – Baghpat
  10. Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies – Rohini
  11. USLLS – Dwarka
   
Overview
  • Symbiosis law schools offer 5-year B.A. / B.B.A. LL.B., 3-Year LL.B. and LL.M. and various diploma programs in law. SLS are located in Pune, Noida and Hyderabad.
  • SLAT also called as Symbiosis Law Admission Test  is a common written entrance test for the admission processes at the UG level institutes of SIU (Symbiosis International University), including Symbiosis Law School.
Eligibility
Eligibility criteria as notified in SLAT 2018 is:
  • The candidate should have passed 10+2 exam from any recognized Board with a min of 45% marks in case of general candidates and Minimum 40% marks for S.C. /S.T. candidates
  •  Students who have appeared for their Standard XII final examination and are awaiting results are also eligible to apply.
Admission & Selection Process
  • On the base of the SET score PI-WAT list will be prepared
  • The short listed candidates will be invited for Personal Interview (PI) and Written Ability Test (WAT) at respective Centres.
  • As the admission process is decentralized, there is no reference of cut-offs available anywhere.
SLAT Pattern
  • Mode - Online
  • Question Type - Multiple Choice Questions
  • No. of Questions - 150
  • Duration -  2 ½  hours (150 Minutes)
  • Marking Scheme - Correct Answer : +1 ; No negative Marking
  • Subjects
    • Logical Reasoning
    • Legal Reasoning
    • Reading Comprehension
    • Analytical Reasoning
    • General Knowledge
Syllabus
  • Legal Aptitude -
    • Property Law & Intellectual Property Law , Fundamentals of Law of Contract ,Basics of Criminal Law, Law of Tort, Basics of Constitutional Law, Family Law and Procedural Law.
  • General Awareness -
    • Indian History, World History, Current Affairs, Indian Geography World Geography, Indian Constitution, Indian & World Economy, Banking & Financial Institutions, National Insignia, International News, Science, Computers, Sports and Movies, Prizes, Awards and Honors, Personalities, Literature and Media, Days and Dates etc.
  • Verbal Ability -
    • Vocabulary, Sentence Analysis, Noun & Pronoun Errors, Subject-Verb Agreement & Tenses, verbal and critical reasoning, Logical Consistency, Modifiers & Parallelism, Prepositions and Conjunctions, Idioms & Phrases etc.
  • Logical & Verbal Reasoning -
    • Coding & Decoding, Analogies, Odd One Out, Family Tree & Directions, Arrangements: Linear/Circular/Matrix, Groups & Conditionality, Logical Series, Selection Criteria, Sequential I/P - O/P Tracing, Symbol Based Logic, Logical Puzzles, Syllogisms, strong & weak arguments, Critical Reasoning, Cause effects, Implicit Assumptions, Inferences, statement conclusions etc.
Overview
India is a standardized reading and reasoning test developed by the LSAC (Law School Admission Council) for law schools in India. The Admission Council of the Faculty of Law (LSAC) is a non-profit corporation, founded in 1947, the Council is best known for administering the LSAT® admission exam.
About
  • Minimum eligibility prescribed for undergraduate programs in law (BA/BBA LL.B) i.e. 5-year integrated LLB are as enlisted below:
  • Minimum 45% in class XII for candidates belonging to Unreserved/OBC/(Specially Abled Persons) Categories
  • Minimum 40% in class XII for candidates belonging to SC/ST category.
  • Students awaiting their class XII result can also appear for LSAT.
Selection & Admission Process
LSAT scores are sent to the participating colleges. The colleges send out admission calls to the candidates based on their selection criteria. LSAT pattern Mode -  Paper and Pencil Question Type -  Multiple Choice Questions No. of Questions -  96-100 Duration -  2 hours and 20 minutes Marking Scheme - Test scores are reported on a percentile basis. There is no negative marking Subjects -
  1. Reading Comprehension
  2. Analytical Reasoning
  3. Logical Reasoning -1
  4. Logical Reasoning -2
Colleges
  1. GD Goenka University School of Law, - Gurgaon
  2. Alliance School of Law, Alliance University – Bengaluru
  3. Auro university School of Law – Surat
  4. Central India College of Law – Nagpur
  5. College of Legal Studies (UPES) – Dehradun
  6. Faculty of Law, ICFAI University - Dehradun
  7. H. Raisoni Law School - Nagpur
  8. NCU Law School – Gurgaon
  9. JSS Law College – Mysore
  10. R. Mangalam University – Gurgaon
  11. KLE Society’s Law College – Bengaluru
  12. MATS Law School – Raipur
  13. P Jindal Global University - Sonipat
  14. Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law – Kharagpur
  15. School of Law, Gitam University – Vishakhapatnam
  16. School of Law, Noida International School – Noida
  17. School of Law, Ansal University – Gurgoan
  18. School of Law, Sharda university - Greater Noida
  19. VIT Law School – Chennai
  20. School of Law, Galgotias University - Greater Noida
  21. Chotanagpur Law College – Ranchi
  22. Faculty of Law,ICFAI University – Jaipur
  23. Faculty of Law, ICFAI University – Sikkim
  24. The ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education – Hyderabad
  25. Faculty of Law, SGT University – Gurgaon
  26. Faculty of Law, SRM University – Sonepat
  27. Raffles School of Law, Raffles University
  28. IFIM Law College – Bengaluru
  29. Lovely Professional University – Jalandhar
  30. Saveetha Collge Of Law – Chennai
Indore Institute of Law - Indore
Eligibility
  • Applicants in the final year of graduation are eligible for the DU LLB entrance examination. However, these candidates will be offered a provisional admission.
  • In addition to the above, the additional eligibility criteria that applicants must meet to ensure their admission to the LLB program are those listed below:
    • For candidates in the general category : These candidates must have a postgraduate degree from the University of Delhi or any other recognized Indian or foreign university with at least 50% overall grades
    • Applicants in the OBC category : These candidates must have a postgraduate degree / diploma from a recognized university with at least 45% overall grades.
    • For SC / ST candidates : These candidates must have a postgraduate / graduate degree from a recognized university with at least 40% overall marks.
    • For CW applicants : Applicants who belong to widows / wards in the former / military category receive a 5% relaxation in grades, that is, they will be eligible for the examination input.
    • For applicants in the PH category : These candidates must have a postgraduate / graduate diploma with at least 45% of the overall marks.
Exam Centers
  • Chennai
  • Delhi
  • Guwahati
  • Kolkata
  • Nagpur
  • Varanasi
Exam Pattern
  • A total of 100 multiple choice questions in 2 hours duration.
  • For every correct answer in DU LLB Entrance Exam, aspirants will be awarded four marks and one mark would be deducted for every wrong response.
DU LLB Pattern & Syllabus
DU LLB Entrance Exam 2019 Pattern
Section Total No. of Questions Total Marks
English Language & Comprehension 100 400
General Knowledge & Current Affairs
Reasoning & Analytical Abilities
Legal Awareness & Aptitude
Syllabus
  • Delhi University has not prescribed any syllabus for DU LLB entrance However some topics which aspirants can consider studying for DU LLB exam are:-
  • English Language & Comprehension
    • Jumbled words/sentences
    • Fill in the blanks
    • Incorrect sentences
    • Unseen passages
    • Essay-writing
    • Reading Comprehension
  • General Knowledge & Current Affairs
    • Important awards of the year – sports, science, literature and arts
    • Major UN bodies, their functions locations
    • Overview of Indian history and geography
    • Physical geography, science and environment
    • Important happenings in the area of the Indian Constitution or Justice system
  • Reasoning & Analytical Abilities
    • Series
    • Blood Relations
    • Directions
    • Critical Reasoning
    • Syllogism
    • Analogy
  •  Arthimetic
    • Percentage
    • Profit and loss
    • Number system
    • Average
    • Algebra
    • AP and GP
  • Legal Awareness & Aptitude
    • Indian Constitution, its structure, sections and schedules
    • IPC and the CrPC
    • Torts
    • Vicarious Liability
    • Strict Liability
    • Law of Crimes
    • Contracts and Constitutional Law
    • International Law
    • Intellectual Property Rights
    • Legal Awareness covering Constitutional Law and Polity
 
Cut Off(s)
DU LLB Entrance Exam Cut-off 2017
Category DU LLB 2017 Cutoff Marks DU LLB 2017 Cutoff Ranks
General 250 785
OBC 209 550
SC 180 294
ST 138 151
PwD 151 61
CW 102 102
DU LLB Entrance Exam Cut-off 2016
Category DU LLB 2016 Cutoff
General 369
OBC 279
SC 232
ST 183
DU LLB Entrance Exam Cut-off 2015
Category DU LLB 2015 Cutoff
General 425
OBC 325
SC 268
ST 173
DU LLB Entrance Exam Cut-off 2014
Category DU LLB 2014 Cutoff
General 381
OBC 296
SC 242
ST 140
 

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