CLAT 2023

CLAT Admit Card 2023: Pointing preferences is compulsory for downloading hall tickets

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Posted on 06 Dec 2022
15:18 PM

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According to the recent notification released by the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs), the CLAT 2023 admit card will be out today after 6 pm
As of now there are 22 NLUs taking part in the Common Law Admission Test

According to the recent notification released by the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs), the CLAT 2023 admit card will be out today after 6 pm. However, granting admission preferences to the national law universities (NLUs) is as of now considered to be a precondition for downloading the admit cards. The offline-based CLAT 2023 examination will take place on 18 December, 2022.

As of now there are 22 NLUs taking part in the Common Law Admission Test. Students now have the chance to select a minimum of five NLUs when pointing out their admission preferences. There is as such no limit on the maximum number of NLUs students can select.

Students must also carefully pin point NLUs that take various factors into consideration that affect their ranking in the final National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2022 for law schools, placement records along with other such factors.

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Last updated on 06 Dec 2022
15:18 PM
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