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    CLAT 2024 – Exam Dates, Eligibility, & SyllabusJuly 27, 2023

    CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) is a National-Level Law Entrance exam conducted through offline mode. The Consortium of National Law Universities administers this exam to admit qualified applicants. Candidates must submit the application form to be considered for admission to any of the participating universities for their undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) LLB programs. The CLAT 2024 Application form has been started from 1st July 2023.


    CLAT Exam Details Date
    CLAT 2024 Application Start Date July 1, 2023 (Started)
    CLAT 2024 Application Form Last Date November 3, 2023
    Issue of CLAT 2024 Admit Card 3rd week of November 2023
    CLAT 2024 Exam Date December 3, 2023
    CLAT Answer Key Release Date December 2023
    CLAT 2024 Result Date January 2024
    CLAT 2024 Counselling Date January 2024

    CLAT 2024: Eligibility Criteria

    CLAT is held for both UG and PG Law Courses. Candidates must meet the eligibility requirements set forth by the Consortium of National Law Universities before they prepare for CLAT 2024.

    UG CLAT 2024 Eligibility Criteria


    PG CLAT 2024 Eligibility Criteria

    CLAT 2024: Age Limit

    There is no upper age limit to appear for the CLAT 2024 Exam. Additionally, there are no limitations on how many times one can try.

    CLAT 2024: Syllabus

    Parameters Details
    English Language Passages (about 450 words each)

    These passages will be taken from recent or notable works of fiction and non-fiction.

    Current affairs including general knowledge Passages (up to 450 words each)

    • The passages will be derived from news, journalistic sources, and other non-fiction writing.
    • Awareness of various aspects of current affairs and general knowledge, including Contemporary events of significance from India and the world, arts and culture, international affairs, and international affairs.
    Legal Reasoning Passages (around 450 words each)


    The passages may be based on actual events or hypothetical situations involving law, politics, or moral philosophy.

    Logical reasoning Short passages (about 300 words each)
    Quantitative techniques
    • Short sets of facts or propositions
    • Graphs or other textual
    • Pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information
    • Mathematical operations (10th standard)

    Including areas such as ratios and proportions, basic algebra, mensuration, and statistical estimation

    CLAT 2024: Preparation Tips