The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLU) has extended the last date for registration for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2024) until November 10. Candidates who haven’t applied for undergraduate (UG) or postgraduate (PG) law courses can fill the application form on the official website. The application fee is Rs 4,000 for general, OBC, PwD, and NRI candidates, and Rs 3,500 for SC, ST, and BPL candidates. The eligibility criteria require candidates applying for CLAT UG 2024 to have passed Class 12 or equivalent examination, and those applying for CLAT PG 2024 should have scored 50% or equivalent grade in LLB. SC and ST candidates get a 5% relaxation in minimum qualifying marks. The process to apply for CLAT 2024 includes registering on the official website, filling the application form, uploading documents, paying the fee, and submitting the form.
Last Chance Alert: Extended Registration for CLAT 2024!
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