Consortium of National Law Universities is likely to announce the consortiumofnlus.ac.in 2022 Admit Card by first week of June 2022. Every year, Consortium of NLUs conduct Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for the candidates seeking admission in LLB and LLM in any of the 22 National Law Universities. CLAT is going to take place on 19th June 2022. Once the officials will have announced the CLAT Admit Card 2022 we will activate the direct link to download and print it in the bottom of this webpage. To know all about the announcement of the admit card of the Common Law Admission Test, be with the article till the very end and learn all about the announcement of the same.
consortiumofnlus.ac.in 2022 Admit Card
The official website of the Consortium of NLUs is www.consortiumofnlus.ac.in and on the same website admit card of CLAT 2022 is going to be available for all the aspirants who enrolled and are going to write the examination. Consortium of National Law Universities, which is the examination conducting body of the Common Law Admission Test has not yet declared when they are going to release the consortiumofnlus.ac.in Admit Card 2022. Previously, CALT 2022 was tentatively scheduled to take place on 08th May 2022. But, later it was postponed because the online application form deadline was extended till the 31st May 2022.
In the Undergraduate CLAT 2022, 150 Questions will be asked, whose weightage will be 150 marks and in the LLM CLAT 2022, 120 Questions will be asked, whose weightage will be 120 marks. Candidates have to visit the respective examination centre at least prior to the exam start time with all the required documents. At the time of entering the exam hall, you have to show a photo identity and the print copy of the CLAT 2022 Admit Card. If you don’t have the required credentials then you will be stopped from appearing in the examination.
CLAT 2022 Overview
|Exam||Common Law Admission Test 2022|
|Exam Conducting Body||Consortium of NLUs|
|Exam Date||19th June 2022|
|Online Application Form Deadline||01st January to 09th May 2022|
|Admit Card Release Date||June 2022|
|Admit Card Release Status||To Be Announced|
|No. Of Questions||UG CLAT (150) & LLM CLAT (120)|
|Per Question Weightage||1|
|Negative Marking||¼ (0.25)|
|Exam Duration||02 Hours (120 Minutes)|
|Exam Time||02:00 pm to 04:00 pm|
How To Download CLAT Admit Card 2022?
Candidates who have enrolled to appear in the Common Law Admission Test 2022 for Undergraduate or LLM have followed the listed step-by-step guide to download the CLAT 2022 Hall Ticket.
- Visit the official website of the Consortium of National Law Universities at consortiumofnlus.ac.in/.
- On the official website of the Consortium of NLUs an option of CLAT 2022 will be available under the sidebar menu, tap on the option and visit the next webpage.
- Here, you have to enter a registered Mobile Number & Password. Fill in the required credential and tap on the option of log in.
- After tapping on the above-mentioned option, you will have a link to the CLAT 2022 Hall Ticket, tap on that option.
Note: After tapping on the above-mentioned option, you will be redirected to another webpage, where your CLAT 2022 Admit Card will be visible before you, download and print for further uses.
CLAT 2022 Exam Date
The examination date is already announced officially at consortiumofnlus.ac.in/. CLAT Exam Date 2022 is 19th June 2022. Candidates who are going to sit in the Consortium of National Law Universities for Undergraduate or LLM have to reach the respective examination centre by 01:00 pm. To pass the examination and get admission for UG or LLM programme in of the 22 National Law Universities, the aspirants has to touch the maximum questions correctly, the cut off marks for various categories candidates has not yet announced, it will be available at consortiumofnlus.ac.in along with merit list of qualified candidates.
In the UG CLAT 2022, Out 150 MCQs, 20% will be asked from each English Language and Logical Reasoning, 25% from each Current Affairs & General Knowledge and Legal Reasoning and remaining 10% from Quantitative Techniques. In the LLM CLAT 2022, Out of 120 Objective Questions, 50% questions will be asked from Constitutional Law and remaining 60% from Other Law Subjects, & Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR and Jurisprudence.
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