CLAT 2024 admit card expected tomorrow; UG, PG syllabus

CLAT UG and PG 2024 admit card download link will be hosted on the official website, Know paper-wise syllabus.

CLAT 2024 admit card expected tomorrow; UG, PG syllabus CLAT exam 2024 to be held on December 3. (Image: NLU Tripura/Official website)
Anu Parthiban | Nov 20, 2023 - 1:24 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) is expected to issue the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2024) admit card tomorrow. Candidates who have registered for CLAT UG and PG 2024 will be able to view and download the CLAT hall ticket from the official website,

The CLAT 2024 exam is scheduled to be conducted on December 3. Applicants who qualify for the CLAT will be granted admission in 22 NLUs and other participating institutes that admit students in law programmes through CLAT score.

It is mandatory for candidates to carry the CLAT admit card 2024 to the exam centre to be allowed entry and for verification purposes. The hall ticket will have details of the candidate’s name, exam centre, timings, and other important details.

Delhi University will also be admitting students in 5-year LLB programmes through CLAT score this year.

CLAT UG syllabus 2024

The CLAT syllabus has been revised for this year’s exam. The exam will be held for 2 hours with 120 multiple-choice questions carrying 1 mark each. There shall be negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer.

English Language

Current Affairs, including General Knowledge

Legal Reasoning

Logical Reasoning

Quantitative Techniques

CLAT PG syllabus 2024

The CLAT 2024 exam for PG law programmes will be based on the mandatory law subjects which includes constitutional law, jurisprudence, administrative law, law of contract, torts, family law, criminal law, property law, company law, public international law, tax law, environmental law, and labour and industrial law.

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