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Common Law Admission Test [CLAT 2021] Today At 147 Centres Across the Country

LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK
23 July 2021 4:31 AM GMT
Common Law Admission Test [CLAT 2021] Today At 147 Centres Across the Country
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CLAT-2021 will be conducted tomorrow from 02:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. across the country. 70277 aspirants seeking admission to various National Law Universities are scheduled to appear for the pen and paper test; 59843 for Undergraduate and 10434 for Postgraduate programme. Considering the pandemic situation, the Consortium of National Law Universities has directed its 147 centres across the...

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CLAT-2021 will be conducted tomorrow from 02:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. across the country. 70277 aspirants seeking admission to various National Law Universities are scheduled to appear for the pen and paper test; 59843 for Undergraduate and 10434 for Postgraduate programme.

Considering the pandemic situation, the Consortium of National Law Universities has directed its 147 centres across the country to make seating arrangements at less than 50 percent of actual seating capacity. The Consortium and National Law Universities has liaisoned with State Governments and Local Administrations for the smooth conduct of CLAT-2021. Vaccination is not mandatory and candidates without vaccination are entitled to take the test.

The CLAT for Undergraduate consists of 150 Multiple Choice Questions for 150 marks and the Postgraduate Test consists of 120 Multiple Choice Questions of one mark each. The Master Answer Key along with Master Question Booklet will be published on the Consortium of National Law Universities website tomorrow evening.

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