NEW DELHI, JANUARY 9: No sooner the official website of Common Law Admission Test was launched today at 11:30 pm, the CLAT 2019 application process got postponed by three days. While CLAT Consortium was to announce the CLAT application form on January 10, law aspirants will now be able to register for CLAT 2019 not early than January 13, 2019.
According to the official website of CLAT 2019 launched on 9th January midnight, the CLAT application form will go live after three days. The Consortium of National Law Universities, Bengaluru has published a notification on its website reading, “CLAT 2019 Online application will be live from 13th January, 2019.”
Earlier talking to Careers360, the CLAT 2019 Convenor, Dr Srikrishnadeva Rao had shared that the CLAT application process would commence from January 10, 2019.
The online process of CLAT 2019 application is to end on March 31, 2019 and the offline exam is scheduled to be held on May 12, 2019.
What is required to fill CLAT 2019 application form?
The first step of the application process is CLAT 2019 registration, for which you will need to provide some basic details including your name, parents’ name, date of birth, mobile number and email id.
Candidates may note that the email id and mobile number should be in active condition, because the CLAT registration details including login id and password will be sent to the same registered mobile number and email account.
Candidates are also advised to keep a ready of a number of things before they proceed to CLAT 2019 application process. The list of prerequisites for CLAT application form are as follows–
- Scanned image of photograph
- Scanned image of signature
- Scanned image of Class 10th marksheet
- Scanned image of Class 12th marksheet
- Scanned image of reservation certificates (if any)
- Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking details
Common Law Admission Test commonly called CLAT is the most sought after national-level law entrance examination in India conducted for admissions to five-year integrated and postgraduate law programmes on offer in the 21 NLUs.
The CLAT 2019 is scheduled to be held on May 12. The two-hour offline paper will commence at 3:00 pm where test takers will have to answer a total of 200 questions of one mark each. According to the marking scheme, each wrong answer will lead to deduction of 0.25 marks from the total score.