Consortium of National law Universities (NLUs) has provided the previous year question papers of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) to those students, who had paid Rs 500 extra at the time of application form submission. With one week to go for the exam, the demand for previous year question papers of CLAT has shot up.
Understanding that old CLAT question papers would be an important preparation material for students, the exam conducting body had kep the provision of getting it, when one had applied. However those who did not pay the fee component for papers during registration, have not got past year papers from the Consortium.
In such a situation, candidates are resorting to seeking out previous year question papers of CLAT from other law aspirants who have got it from the organizers, or from social media, internet. A number of books available in the market (online or otherwise), dedicated to CLAT preparation, too has past year papers as well as sample papers of the exam.
CNLUs has also released admit card for CLAT 2021. Whereas initially the admit card was made available for all except Northeast state candidates, now it is available for Northeast state candidates as well.
Specific instructions have been given for Meghalaya, Manipur students. For instance, candidates from outside Meghalaya are to bring RTPCR Negative Certificate (72 hour validity) or RAT Certificate (48 hours validity) if not in possession of fully vaccinated certificate and after the exam they must exit the state. In the case of Manipur, there is only one center, the Manipur Institute of Management Studies, Manipur University; where CNLU has requested the state government for security.
CLAT – JEE Date Clash
Yesterday, the Consortium opened the window where students whose CLAT date is clashing with JEE Main 2021 could submit request for date change.
This facility is available only till 11:49 pm today.
To avail this facility, candidates must follow the steps given below:
Step 1: Visit the official website of CLAT 2021 i.e., consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
Step 2: Click on the “Click here” option mentioned below the terms “For details about CLAT 2021”.
Step 3: Enter the registered mobile number and password to login to the website.
Step 4: Click on the “Apply for JEE date Change” link available on the website after logging-in.
Step 5: Enter the required details like name of candidate, father’s/mother’s name and JEE Roll No.
Step 6: Submit the details to apply for the date change facility.
JEE Main is a national-level entrance exam conducted every year for candidates who wish to pursue undergraduate engineering courses in prestigious institutes across the country. Whereas, CLAT is the law entrance exam conducted every year across the country. By qualifying this exam, students can pursue law in prestigious NLUs and other law colleges in the country. In the law universe, the other important entrance exam, All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2021 is all set to be conducted on July 30, 2021, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm.