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CLAT 2022 Exam Information at a Glance by Success Mantra Smart Coaching Delhi

CLAT 2022 Exam Information at a Glance

Diksha Sharma 15 MINUTES

1. CLAT Exam Information - At a Glance

CLAT stands for Common Law Admissions Test.

CLAT stands for Common Law Admission Test. It is an All India Law Entrance Test. It is conducted every year on the second Sunday of May by 21 National Law Universities (NLUs) on rotation basis. It is an online exam which consists of 150 MCQs to be solved in 2 hours. There is no upper age limit for UG programme in CLAT. The question paper is divided into 5 sections: Verbal Ability, Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, General Awareness and Legal Aptitude. Each section should be focused equally to target top law colleges of the country. One must try to attempt all questions to target best law college or atleast be able to scan all the questions.

Journey of Common Law Admission Test began from 2008, it was when first CLAT was conducted by NLSIU, Bangalore. Earlier to this, all national law universities have their own entrance exam. But, after a petition, Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) i.e. law entrance exam for 21 National Law Universities was introduced. There are approximately 20,000+ seats offered. It includes courses like BA-LLB, B. Com.-LLB, BBA-LLB, etc., the courses varies from college to college. CLAT is the preference of number of students. Last year more than 50,000 students appeared for CLAT.

CLAT- 2022 will be conducted by the Consortium of National Law Universities.

  • The online enrollment for CLAT 2022 will open on 01th January 2022 (tentative).
  • The applications has to be submitted ONLINE only from clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in website.
  • The CLAT 2022 examination will be held on July, 2022 (tentative).
  • The CLAT 2022 examination will be held in OFFLINE mode.

CLAT Conducting Body

Consortium Of National Law Universities

CLAT 2022 Will Be Conducted By 

The Consortium of National Law Universities

CLAT 2022 Exam Date

New date will be updated soon 

CLAT Consists Of No. Of Question

150 Questions

CLAT Time

2 Hours Or 120 Minutes

CLAT Exam Mode

Offline

CLAT Type 

Objective Type (Comprehension And Passage Based)

CLAT Exam Purpose

Admissions To B.A. LLB, B.COM. LLB, BBA LLB, LLM Courses

CLAT Total Seats

2600 Seats (Approx.)

CLAT Official Website

https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/

 

CLAT 2022 UPDATES

  • Number of questions – The number of questions in CLAT has been reduced from 150 from 200.
  • Questions in CLAT UG and PG entrance exam – Now, comprehension based questions will also be asked from Quantitative Techniques, English, Current Affairs, Deductive Reasoning and Logical Reasoning.
  • The online enrollment for CLAT 2022 available from 1st January 2022 (tentative).
  • The CLAT 2022 examination will be held in OFFLINE mode.

 2. CLAT Important Dates

CLAT 2022 Calendar

  1. i) Issue of Applications - 01.01.2022 (tentative)
  2. ii) Last date for submission of applications - 15.06.2022 (tentative)

iii) Date of CLAT 2010 Test - to be updated once announced 

  1. iv) Uploading of answer keys on Consortium of NLUs website - To be announced 
  2. v) Inviting objections - To be announced
  3. vi) Notification of final answer key - To be announced

vii) Declaration of the final results - To be announced

 3. Eligibility of CLAT

UG ELIGIBLITY 

  • There will be no upper age limit for UG Programme in CLAT 2022. As regards minimum percentage of marks in the qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2 or an equivalent examination), the candidates must have secured:
  • Forty five percent (45%) marks or its equivalent grade in case of candidates belonging to General / OBC / PWD / NRI / PIO / OCI categories.
  • Forty Percent (40%) marks or equivalent in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST categories.
  • Candidates who are appearing in the qualifying examination in March/April, 2022 are also eligible to appear in CLAT 2022 examination. However, they shall be required to produce an evidence of their passing the qualifying examination at the time of admission, failing which they shall lose their right to be considered for admission.
  • The result of the qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2) shall be submitted by the candidate at the time of admission failing which the candidate shall be ineligible for admission to the Course.
  • In case of equal marks, the break of tie shall be by the following procedure and order as under:  Higher marks in the component / section on legal aptitude in the CLAT 2022 exam; Higher age; and Computerized draw of lots.

 4. Examination Format of CLAT

  • Mode of examination: Offline
  • Maximum Marks: 150
  • Duration of the examination: 2 hours or 120 minutes
  • Types of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
  • Each question is of 1 mark with 0.25 marks deducted for each incorrect answer. Therefore, four wrong answers will lead to deduction of 1 Mark.

S No

Subject

Number of Questions

1

English Language

28-32 questions, or roughly 20% of the paper

2

Current Affairs, including General Knowledge

35-39 questions, or roughly 25% of the paper

3

Quantitative Techniques

13-17 questions, or roughly 10% of the paper

4

Legal Reasoning

35-39 questions, or roughly 25% of the paper

5

Logical Reasoning

28-32 questions, or roughly 20% of the paper

 

TOTAL

150


In case of equal marks among different candidates, the tie breaker procedure will be as following:

  • Higher marks in the component /section on legal aptitude in the CLAT-2022 exam.
  • Higher age
  • Computerised draw of lots

 5. New pattern of CLAT

CLAT is changing, So are we.

Charles Darwin famously said, “Not the strongest, nor the most intelligent, but one who adapts to change will survive.” With the changing pattern of questions asked in CLAT, merely reading basic book, solving papers at home may not suffice. At least, not for those for whom CLAT is new or for those who have been unable to crack it.

LATEST PATTERN

Comprehension based questions would be asked from

Quantitative Techniques,

English,

Current Affairs,

Deductive Reasoning and

Logical Reasoning.

So, CLAT will no more be a Speed based Exam and it will go up to be called as a Knowledge based Exam which will evaluate a candidate based upon their aptitude. Was any thought given to the ‘Quantitative Aptitude’ section, earlier? It had have the least number of questions (a score of 20) in the CLAT but now this pattern could change. The Quant section, though, must be viewed as a score booster. Days are gone for students who could qualify the exam based upon their memory.

The designated authority has cleared the point that they need a candidate who is sharp, analytical and accurate. They have strong conviction that candidates can be taught the legal sections afterwards. But they have to be logical first. This is the reason, you can expect a paradigm shift in the CLAT 2022 pattern. Questions from Legal section can be asked under the section of Deductive Reasoning. Deductive reasoning is extremely important for the legal profession. Cases are decided upon the deductions drawn from facts and circumstances.

For example: In criminal law, it isn’t a common practice to find the accused present at the crime scene and being caught red-handed by the authorities every single time. In most cases, the forensic experts have to be called in to recreate the scene of crime on the basis of circumstantial evidence. This is all a part of investigation, based on which, a charge sheet is filed. Consequently, these questions would be based upon Common Legal acumen which is expected from a common civilian.

Also, with the increase in the marks of reasoning we can expect a few surprises in the type of questions. It is therefore strongly advised that CLAT aspirants refer LSAT & GMAT reasoning papers for practice.

If I talk particularly about CLAT, there is a section of English and it carries approximately one-fifth of the overall weightage. In this section, the proficiency in English is tested on the basis of questions related to comprehension passages and grammar. In the comprehension section, candidates are evaluated on the basis of their understanding of the passage, the central theme, meanings of words used in the passage etc. The grammar section requires correction of incorrect grammatical sentences, filling of blanks in sentences with appropriate words, etc.

All the aspirants who are preparing for CLAT know how important it is for a student to be aware about each and every detail of – News, Awards & Honors, Persons in News, Sports & Games, International, Places in the News, Science & Technology, Governance & Politics, Environment & Biodiversity, Constitution & Law, Defense & Security, States, Art & Culture, Business, Economy & Banking, Government Schemes & Projects, Reports & Indices, Events & Observances etc.; as all these topics are part of current affairs and newspaper is a prominent source of it. It is a section that can’t be neglected at all.

With future looming on the horizon in the upcoming months, these months can be crucial in boosting your preparedness, mindset and confidence – each of these key towards cracking the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) in May. Now, it’s that time of the year when the plot thickens for a Class XII student. Let’s frame your future by preparing w.r.t. the modified pattern of CLAT.

 6. Analysis of CLAT Syllabus

Subject

Syllabus

Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability

Tense, Noun , Pronoun , Adjective, Adverb, Articles

Preposition, One word Substitution, Idioms & Phrases, synonyms, Antonyms, Gerund, Infinite, & Present Participles, Narration, Voice, Jumbled Words, Figure of Speech, Reading Comprehension

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

 

Static GK (Polity and Indian Constitution, Indian History World History, Geography, Science, Economy, Banking & Financial Institutions, National Insignia, Science, Computers, Sports and Movies, Prizes, Awards and Honours, Personalities, Literature and Media, Days and Dates ), Current Affairs (National and international)

Numerical Ability

Number System, HCF-LCM, Average, Percentage, Profit and Loss and Discount

Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Ratio & proportion, Mixture & Alligations

Time, Speed, Distance, Train, Boat and Stream, Mixed Proportion, Time & Work, Pipe & Cistern, Probability, Mensuration, Data Interpretation, Geometry

Legal Aptitude

IPC : Introduction to Legal Aptitude, Attempt, General Exceptions, Abetment, Criminal Conspiracy, Sedition, Offences Against Human Life, Theft, Extortion, Robbery, Dacoity & Cheating, Criminal Brench of Trust, Offences Relating to Documents, Legal Reasoning

Contract :  Indian Contract Act, 1872, Offer and Acceptance, Consideration, Void Contract, Voidable Contract, Capacity of Parties, Free Consent, Quasi Contracts, Remedies For Breach of Contract, Bailment, Agency, The Indian Partnership Act, 1932,

Tort :  Introduction to Law of Torts, General Defences, Vicarious Liability, Vicarious Liability of the State, Strict Liability & Absolute Liability, Torts in Relation to Persons, Negligence, Nuisance, Defamation, Trespass to Goods and Conversion, Liability of Owner for Dangerous Premises, Nervous Shock

Logical Reasoning

 

Introduction, Alphabetical Series  & its Analogy, Coding Decoding

Direction, Blood Relation (Normal & Coded), Ranking, Syllogism, Seating Arrangement, Puzzle, Calendar & Clock, Cube and Dice, Number Series & Matrix, Statement Conclusion, Assumption, Course of Action, Inequalities (Bank), Machine Input - Output (Bank), Venn Diagram, Arrangement of Words

Critical Reasoning


English Language

In this section of the UG-CLAT 2022, you will be provided passages of about 450 words each. These passages will be derived from contemporary or historically significant fiction and non-fiction writing, and would be of a standard that a 12th standard student may be able to read in about 5-7 minutes.

Each passage will be followed by a series of questions that will require you to demonstrate your comprehension and language skills, including your abilities to:

Read and comprehend the main point discussed in the passage, as well as any arguments and viewpoints discussed or set out in the passage;

Draw inferences and conclusions based on the passage;

  • Summarise the passage;
  • Compare and contrast the different arguments or viewpoints set out in the passage; and
  • Understand the meaning of various words and phrases used in the passage.

Current Affairs Including General Knowledge

In this section, you will be provided passages of up to 450 words each. The passages will be derived from news, journalistic sources and other non-fiction writing. The questions may include an examination of legal information or knowledge discussed in or related to the passage, but would not require any additional knowledge of the law beyond the passage.

Each passage will be followed by a series of questions that will require you to demonstrate your 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
  • Historical events of continuing significance.

Legal Reasoning

In this section, you will be expected to read passages of around 450 words each. The passages may relate to fact situations or scenarios involving legal matters, public policy questions or moral philosophical enquiries. You will not require any prior knowledge of law. You will benefit from a general awareness of contemporary legal and moral issues to better apply general principles or propositions to the given fact scenarios.

Each passage would be followed by a series of questions that will require you to:

  • Identify and infer the rules and principles set out in the passage;
  • Apply such rules and principles to various fact situations; and
  • Understand how changes to the rules or principles may alter their application to various fact situations.

Logical Reasoning

The Logical Reasoning section of the UG-CLAT 2022 will include a series of short passages of about 300 words each. Each passage will be followed by one or more questions that will require you to:

Recognize an argument, its premises and conclusions;

Read and identify the arguments set out in the passage;

  • Critically analyse patterns of reasoning, and assess how conclusions may depend on particular premises or evidence;
  • Infer what follows from the passage and apply these inferences to new situations;
  • Draw relationships and analogies, identify contradictions and equivalence, and assess the effectiveness of arguments.

Quantitative Techniques

The Quantitative Techniques section of the UG-CLAT 2022 will include short sets of facts or propositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information, followed by a series of questions. You will be required to derive information from such passages, graphs, or other representations, and apply mathematical operations on such information.

The questions will require you to:

  • Derive, infer, and manipulate numerical information set out in such passages, graphs, or other representations; and
  • Apply various 10th standard mathematical operations on such information, including from areas such as ratios and proportions, basic algebra, mensuration and statistical estimation.

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7. Instructions To Apply For CLAT 2022

Important Instructions

  • The online enrollment for CLAT 2022 will open on 1st January 2022 and close on 31st March 2022 (tentative).
  • The applications has to be submitted ONLINE only from consortiumofnlus.ac.in website.
  • The CLAT 2022 examination will be held in the month of May 2022
  • The CLAT 2022 examination will be held in OFFLINE mode
  • The candidates are first required to register themselves at the CLAT 2022 website by using personal mobile number and e-mail Id. Upon registration, an OTP will be sent to the given mobile number for validation. Once your mobile number is validated, you can login using your mobile number and the password you provided at the time of registration.
  • Please fill the form carefully. The Name of the candidate and the parents should be spelt correctly in the application as it appears in the Certificates/Mark sheets/Identity proof. Any change/alteration found may disqualify your candidature.
  • No alteration/editing in the online application form can be done after successful submission/final submission of the form. The information once furnished by the candidate with regard to the category to which the candidate belongs, the preference for the NLUs and the Centre of the Entrance Test submitted by the candidates through online application mode shall be final and no change whatsoever, shall be allowed thereafter under any circumstances.
  • The candidates are required to read the instructions carefully and furnish correct and authentic information. In case the information furnished at any stage of the application, examination and admission process is found to be false or incorrect or if there is any discrepancy or mismatch between the information furnished by the candidate at the relevant section and the certificates/documents produced at the time of admission, the provisional admission offered to the candidate shall stand cancelled with immediate effect without assigning any further reason and the candidate shall stand disqualified from being considered for further admission to the NLUs by the CLAT Consortium Office.
  • The candidate shall fill his/her preference order for all 22 NLUs at the time of online application itself. No change shall be allowed in the preference once the form is submitted by the candidate.

Documents to be uploaded with the Online Application.

  1. Front facing passport size recent photograph with plain background
  2. Signature of the candidate
  3. Category certificate if you are applying under SC/ST/OBC
  4. Relevant certificate issued by competent authority if you are applying if candidate is P.W.D
  5. Relevant certificate issued by competent authority if you are coming under BPL category

NOTE:

  • The original certificates/documents issued by the competent authority as specified in the brochure are to be submitted to the allotted University in the form and manner as specified by the respective universities at the time of admission.
  • The photograph and signature of the candidate need not be attested while submitting the Online Application Form.
  • All documents/certificates should be uploaded in pdf format only.

Application Fee

  • Application fees can be paid only online.
  • Application fee for General/OBC/PWD/NRI/PIO/OCI candidates : Rs.4,000/-
  • Application fee for SC/ST/BPL category candidates: Rs.3,500/-
  • The cost of previous years' question papers is Rs.500/- (not included in the CLAT 2022 application fee of Rs.4,000/- or Rs.3,500/- as the case may be.)
  • The candidates themselves will have to bear the bank transaction charges for remitting the fee online. The actual bank transaction charges will be displayed in the payment gateway page after you choose the mode of payment.
  • Application Fees is non-refundable.

Other Instructions

  • Indian Nationals/NRIs/PIO/OCI seeking admission in either of the UG programmes shall appear in CLAT 2022 .
  • Foreign Nationals need not appear for the test
  • The application form, complete in all respects and after payment of fees must be finally submitted on or before 31st March, 2022 (11:59 P.M.). Incomplete application forms shall not be considered. The candidates shall fill and submit the application form well in time to avoid last minute hassles. The CLAT Office or the organizing University shall in no case be responsible for any incomplete information or misinformation or inconvenience faced by the candidate in this regard.
  • For any information relating to the 22 NLUs, the candidate may refer to the e-brochure of the respective Institutions available in the Consortium website.
  • For NRI/Foreign National seats, the applicants are advised to refer to the e-brochures as well as the websites of the respective NLUs for more details. All NRI Category candidates have to appear for the CLAT 2022 examination for those NLUs where such category is admitted through CLAT 2022 rankings and not admitted directly by the concerned Universities.

Admit Card/Hall ticket

  • The Admit Card/Hall ticket can be downloaded by the candidate by logging into his/her account. The exact date on which the hall tickets will be made available will be intimated on the website.

Other Important Instructions for the Candidates

  • Information regarding the details of intake, reservation policies and the courses offered along with the fee structures of various participating National Law Universities is available in the Information Brochure which can be accessed from the official website of CLAT and also from the websites of the participating NLUs. The candidates are, therefore, advised to thoroughly go through the rules, policies and the fee structure of the participating NLUs before filling in the application form for UG courses, and also for the NRI and Foreign National seats.
  • Information provided in the e-Brochure regarding the intake, reservation policy, fee, courses offered and the subjects taught at various levels including the areas of specialization, etc., has been specified very briefly. For detailed information regarding the same, the candidates may refer to the information available at the websites of the participating NLUs.
  • In the event of unforeseen incidents resulting in the cancellation of a Test city or centre, or insufficient or extra number of candidates opting to appear from a particular Test Centre, the Convenor, CLAT 2022 reserves the right to cancel such a City/Centre and shift the applicant to another City/Centre
  • In order to claim the benefit of reservation, the candidate must produce the relevant certificates as prescribed by the Government of India/State Government and as required by the respective NLU at the time of admission, as notified by them.
  • The CLAT 2022 application fee is non-refundable and non-adjustable.
  • Participating National Law Universities reserve the right to change the total number of seats and break-up of seats as per their policy before the final allotment. The reservation policy is subject to change as decided by the concerned Government from time to time.
  • If a candidate has filled-in more than one online application form, the candidate's last online application form only will be considered. In such cases, the application fee for the previous application forms will not be refunded.
  • The allotment of seats and the offer for admission under CLAT 2022 shall be provisional and shall not create any right of admission in favour of a candidate.
  • Candidates are advised to visit CLAT 2022 website regularly for updates.

CLAT 2022 Application Form Filling | For Step by Step Guidance CLICK HERE

 8. How To Download Admit Card?

The Admit Card/Hall ticket can be downloaded by the candidate by logging into his/her account. The exact date on which the hall tickets will be made available will be intimated on the website.

CLAT RESULT:

Visit CLAT Official Website to check the results, carrying the qualifying status of candidates in CLAT. Enter the registered Email I.D and Password to access.

FOLLOW THE STEPS TO CHECK THE RESULT 

Step 1: Go to the official website of the Common Law Admission Test (clat.ac.in)

Step 2: Click on ‘Result’ tab.

Step 3: Enter your Registration No./ Roll No., DOB (dd/mm/yyyy) and security code.

Step 4: Click on ‘Login’ tab.

Step 5: View your results.

 9. CLAT Previous Year Question Paper Topic Wise Analysis

English

Maths

Reasoning

General Knowledge & Current Affairs

Topics

2019

2018

Topics

2019

2018

Topics

2019

2018

Topics

2019

2018

Fill In The Blanks

5

6

Work & Wages

0

1

Puzzle

0

1

Art

 

1

Reading Comprehension

10

14

Profit & Loss

2

2

Statement & Assumption/Argument

5

10

Business & Economy

5

1

Correct Spelling

5

 

Percentage

3

1

Blood Relation

1

1

Sports

2

5

Vocab

5

 

Profit & Loss

0

0

Cause & Effect

0

0

Important Days

1

1

Idioms & Phrases

 

3

Problem On Ages

2

0

Analogy

3

3

Award & People

7

0

Migratory Words

 

3

Pipes & Cisterns

1

1

Odd One Out

4

3

National 

7

7

Antonyms

 

 

Average

0

1

Logic

8

1

General Science

2

4

Analogy

 

 

Area (Mensuration I)

1

1

Ranking & Sequence

0

2

International

7

6

Synonyms

5

5

Volume (Mensuration Ii)

0

0

Coding Decoding

2

3

Geography

1

0

Sentence Arrangement

 

3

Ratio & Proportion

2

0

Number Series

4

2

Misc.

3

10

Part Of Speech

10

3

Cost & Price

0

0

Dice Cubes

0

0

Current Events

7

7

Correct Sentence

 

3

Time, Speed, Distance

2

1

Alphabetical Series

1

2

Indian Constitution

2

3

 

Number System

2

3

Direction Test

1

1

Science & Technology

5

2

Fractions

0

1

Statement & Conclusion

0

10

History

1

3

Indices, Powers, Roots

0

0

Syllogism

5

0

 

HCF & LCM

0

0

Sitting Arrangement

5

1

Simple Interest & Compound Interest

1

1

 

Algebra

0

1

Probability

0

2

Mixture & Allegation

0

1

Geometry

0

1

Statistics

0

0

Trigonometry

0

0

Polynomial

0

0

BODMAS

1

1

Clock

1

 

Calendar

1

 

Total

40

40

 

20

20

 

40

40

 

50

50

 

 10. CLAT 2020 Exam Analysis

CLAT 2020 ANALYSIS

Let’s begin typically in CLAT 2020 style by portraying a few lines from the passage encountered in the exam. “The covid-19 pandemic has taken the entire world hostage in less than four months, and the global economy has been hit the hardest with governments across the globe implementing stringent policies including lockdown to control the coronavirus outbreak.” The pandemic today presents unpredicted challenges in day to day lives of people across the globe. The challenges are no way less hard for students, no matter to what age group they belong. Talking specifically about aspirants of various entrance exams, along with hard work and knowledge, patience played a vital role in their preparation.

The updated CLAT 2020 Pattern is given below:

  1. Maximum Marks - 150
    b. Duration of CLAT 2020 Exam - 02:00 Hours
    c. Multiple-Choice Questions - 150 questions of one mark each
    d. Negative Marking - 0.25 Mark for each wrong answer

After a wait of 4 long months CLAT 2020 was finally conducted on 28th September 2020. CLAT is organized by the Consortium of National Law Universities consisting of the representative universities. There was a change in pattern, which all the aspirants were aware of, but the shocking part was that the candidates mentioned that the exam was different from the Mocks added by the officials. It was a 2 hours exam. The CLAT 2020 was lengthy and moderately difficult as mentioned by most students coming out of the center. When we mark exams as lengthy, we are not just talking about passages but also options given to check the answer were lengthy. There were a total of 29-30 passages included in the exam comprising the total 150 mark weightage.

LET’S OVERVIEW THE SECTIONS AT A GLANCE.

Current Affairs, including General Knowledge - Current affairs was a tricky and difficult section. Core factual current affairs weren’t asked in the exam. However, analytical based current affairs were asked. There were a total of 7 passages. Students who have followed regular reading as a habit, suggested by faculties and Consortium would have been able to easily mark answers for this section.

It was much recently based unlike AILET i.e. as recent as September. Important recent events like On-going coronavirus Outbreak, National Education Policy, UAE-Israel Peace Deal and Atmanirbhar Bharat Scheme were covered in the exam.

Legal Reasoning - It was a section with questions of moderate difficulty. The questions were easy but all the 8 passages were lengthy and complex. The questions primarily covered the current news around the legal affairs.
Students who have read passages around current legal events would have found the passages in the question paper to be quite familiar to those events. Thus, reading and a good understanding of various important legal terms would have given you an edge over other students in this section as well.

Logical Reasoning - This section was somewhere between Easy to moderate. Critical reasoning dominated this section with easy to moderate questions asked in almost all the 5 passages. Passages were based on Current events which made it easier for students to understand it and mark answers accordingly.

English Language - This section was predictably from Easy to moderate difficulty for most students. As mentioned by Consortium, grammar can be asked in the exam, there were no questions from grammar primarily.
There were no lengthy passages amongst all the 6 passages asked. Contextual Vocabulary was asked in the questions. The topics covered in the questions asked were Figures of speech, Idioms and Phrases etc.

Quantitative Techniques - This was a very difficult section with calculative questions. Geometry based passage was asked. Students who were well-versed with calculations also found all the 3 passages difficult. A set of 5 questions were completely wrong. Strange to believe that the conducting bodies failed to showcase 150 flawless questions in the time span of a year.

If someone asks me, what could be the one mantra to clear CLAT 2020? I would straight away answer him/her - READING. Gone are those days when anything could be achieved only by rote learning. By conducting such exams, universities are portraying the quality of students required to study law. Law is not just a course but a lifelong process of reading, studying and analyzing. And these habits or I say qualities need to be incarnated in the law students.

 11. CLAT Previous Year's Question Papers

CLAT Previous Year's Question Papers CLICK HERE 

 12. Participating Colleges in CLAT & Location

The 23 participating NLUs of CLAT 2022 , in the order of their year of establishment, are :

S. NO.

NLUs

LOCATION

1

National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU)

Gnana Bharathi Main Rd, opp. NAAC, Teachers Colony, Naagarabhaavi, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560072

2

National Academy of Legal Study and Research University of Law, Hyderabad (NALSAR)

Justice City, Shamirpet, Hyderabad, Telangana 500101

3

The National Law Institute University, Bhopal(NLIU)

Kerwa Dam Rd, National Law Institute University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462044

4

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (WBNUJS)

LB Block, Sector III, Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700098

5

National Law University, Jodhpur (NLUJ)

National Law University, Rajasthan 342304

6

Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (HNLU)

Opposite Jungle Safari, Sector 40, Uparwara, Naya Raipur, Chhattisgarh 492002

7

Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU)

Attalika Avenue Knowledge Corridor, PDPU Rd, Koba, Gujarat 382426

8

Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (RMLNLU)

Sec- D1, Kanpur - Lucknow Rd, Scheme, LDA Colony, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226012

9

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (RGNUL)

Bhadson-Patiala Rd, Sidhuwal, Punjab 147001

10

Chanakya National Law University, Patna (CNLU)

Nyaya Nagar, Mithapur, Patna, Bihar 800001

11

Dr B R Ambedkar National Law University Sonipat, Haryana

Rajiv Ghandhi Education City, Rajiv Gandhi Education City, Rai, Haryana 131021

12

The National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (NUALS)

NAD Rd, HMT Colony, North Kalamassery, Kalamassery, Kochi, Kerala 683503

13

National Law University Odisha, Cuttack (NLUO)

Naraj Rd, Sector 13, Cuttack, Odisha 753015

14

National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi (NUSRL)

AT- Nagri, P.O Bukru, Kanke-Pithoria Road, Kanke, Ranchi, Jharkhand 834006

15

National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam (NLUJAA)

Agyathuri, Amingaon, Guwahati, Assam 781031

16

Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam (DSNLU)

Nyayaprastha, Sabbavaram, Andhra Pradesh 531035

17

Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirappalli (TNNLS)

Dindigul Main Road, Navalurkuttappattu, Srirangam, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu 620009

18

Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai (MNLU)

2nd and 6th Floor, MTNL Building, Technology St, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400076

19

Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur (MNLU)

7, Wardha Rd, Maharashtra 441108

20

Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad (MNLU)

Aurangabad Rd, Padampani Colony, Padampura, Aurangabad, Maharashtra 431005

21

Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla (HPNLU)

Ghandal, Himachal Pradesh 171011

22

Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur (DNLU)

South Civil Lines, Pachpedi, Lekha Nagar, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh 482001

23

Dr B R Ambedkar National Law University Sonipat, Haryana

Rajiv Ghandhi Education City, Rajiv Gandhi Education City, Rai, Haryana 131021

 13 All India Ranking of NLUs & Seats

The table will be updated once NIRF rankings 2021 for top law schools in India is released.

NLUs in India

NIRF Ranking 2019

NIRF Ranking 2020

Seats (UG+PG courses)

National Law School of India University, Bangalore

1

1

120 + 50

National Law University, Delhi

2

2

80+ 80

National Academy of Legal Study & Research (NALSAR) University of Law, Hyderabad

3

3

105 + 50

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

5

6

127 + 44

National Law Institute University, Bhopal

11

17

80 + 80

National Law University, Jodhpur

6

5

104 + 50

Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur

12

Not ranked

187 + 84

Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar

9

7

187 + 63

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow

14

11

178 + 32

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala

10

10

196 + 44

Chanakya National Law University Patna

Not ranked

Not ranked

140

National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi

Not ranked

Not ranked

68 + 59

National Law University Odisha, Cuttack

17

Not ranked

180 + 46

National University of Study & Research in Law, Ranchi

Not ranked

Not ranked

140+ 50

National Law University & Judicial Academy, Assam

Not ranked

16

60 + 30

Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (DSNLU) Visakhapatnam

Not ranked

Not ranked

120 + 24

The Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirapalli

Not ranked

Not ranked

120 + 18

Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai

Not ranked

Not ranked

122 + 62

Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur

Not ranked

Not ranked

120 + 20

Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad

Not ranked

Not ranked

60 + 32 

Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla

Not ranked

Not ranked

148 + 52

Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur

29

Not ranked

120

Dr B R Ambedkar National Law University Sonipat, Haryana

Not ranked

Not ranked

120

 14. List of Private Colleges Accepting CLAT Score

S.NOS

NAME OF COLLEGE/ UNIVERSITY

1

Shobhit University, NH-58, Modipuram, Meerut, U.P.

2

RNB Global University , Bikaner, Rajasthan

3

ISBR Law College, Bangalore

4

LLOYD Law College, 11, K.P.-II, Greater Noida-201304, U.P.

5

Glocal Law School, Glocal University Saharanpur Uttar Pradesh

6

Indore Institute of Law, Indore

7

Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, AU-Block, Outer Ring Road, Pitampura, Delhi-110034

8

Xavier Law School, Xavier University, Bhubaneswar

9

Amity University, U.P.

10

Law College Dehradun

11

Alliance School of Law, Alliance University, Bangalore-562106

12

Shri Vaishnav Institute of Law, Indore

13

GITAM SCHOOL OF LAW, Rushikonda, Visakhapatnam

14

Kalinga University, Naya Raipur, CG

15

ICFAI Law School, ICFAI University, Dehradun

16

Asian Law College, Noida

17

Siddharth Law College, Dehradun

18

Aryans College of Law, Punjab

19

School of Law, JIMS Engineering and Management Technical Campus Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

20

GLA University Mathura, Uttar Pradesh

21

REVA University, Bangalore, Karnataka

22

Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat

23

School of Legal Studies, Mody University, Lakshmangarh Rajasthan

24

Marwadi University, Rajkot, Gujrat

25

Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad

26

ICFAI University, Tripura

27

Gujurat Maritime University, Ahmedabad

28

Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, SVKM's NMIMS (Deemed-to-be-University) Mumbai

29

Bennett University, Greater Noida, NCT Region UP

30

DIRD College, Delhi

31

SRM University Delhi-NCR, Sonepat

32

Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat, Delhi NCR

33

Maharishi Law School, Maharishi University of Information Technology, NCR Delhi

34

NIMT Institute of Method and Law, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

35

School of Law, Presidency University, Bengaluru

36

Manipal University, Jaipur, Rajasthan

37

School of Law, Oriental University, Indore, Madhya Pradesh

38

The North Cap University, Gurugram, Haryana

39

Academy of Law, Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phoole University, Jaipur

40

Dr. K N Modi University, Jaipur

41

Harlal School of Law, Knowledge Park I, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

42

Galgotia University, Greater Noida Uttar Pradesh

43

Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Law, Bareilly Uttar Pradesh

44

Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur Rajasthan

45

The Raffles University, Alwar Rajasthan

46

IFIM Law School, Bangalore

47

Renaissance Law College, Indore, Madhya Pradesh

48

Jain University, Bangalore

49

ITM University Gwalior M.P.

50

FAIRFIELD-SCHOOL OF LAW, New Delhi

51

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education, Tamil Nadu

52

TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi

 15. CLAT Cut Off

CLAT Cut Off 2021 - Previous Years’ Opening & Closing Rank

CLAT Cut Off 2020 Round 1

College Name

General

SC/ST/PwD/OBC/EWS

 

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank

NLSIU, Bengaluru

1

97

145

2812

NALSAR, Hyderabad

40

887

1803

8846

NLIU, Bhopal

137

526

622

22199

NUJS, Kolkata

6

67

861

40724

NLU, Jodhpur

162

312

1866

10580

HNLU, Raipur

470

2408

3539

46659

GNLU, Gandhinagar

259

3102

4336

13697

RAMNLU, Lucknow

462

705

710

21393

RGNUL, Patiala

307

943

2972

22662

CNLU, Patna

432

1142

1182

50529

NUALS, Kochi

472

1297

1411

30841

NLUO, Cuttack

478

3283

5180

32777

NUSRL, Ranchi

934

1189

1200

42860

NLUJA, Guwahati

1005

2828

4151

52225

DSNLU, Vizag

986

1362

1413

52380

TNNLS, Tiruchirapalli

1124

3890

3994

45835

MNLU, Mumbai

4

941

778

40370

MNLU, Nagpur

543

1312

3133

50789

MNLU, Aurangabad

1211

2074

5003

51671

HPNLU, Shimla

585

9149

7225

48935

DNLU, Jabalpur

1022

5921

1653

41505

NLU Sonepat

580

2168

1810

52447

         

CLAT Cut Off 2020 Round 2

College Name

General

SC/ST/PwD/OBC/EWS

 

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank

NLSIU, Bengaluru

-

-

1978

3707

NALSAR, Hyderabad

176

176

2608

6572

NLIU, Bhopal

527

527

8027

11748

NUJS, Kolkata

226

226

3064

3194

NLU, Jodhpur

313

317

4336

8915

HNLU, Raipur

706

757

2471

39932

GNLU, Gandhinagar

458

461

6606

11368

RAMNLU, Lucknow

712

2192

2527

18949

RGNUL, Patiala

825

988

5076

25198

CNLU, Patna

1147

1224

2022

47827

NUALS, Kochi

1029

1377

3190

30581

NLUO, Cuttack

986

1037

9185

33708

NUSRL, Ranchi

1203

1272

1858

32166

NLUJA, Guwahati

1383

1569

23257

39047

DSNLU, Vizag

1372

1489

1632

24593

TNNLS, Tiruchirapalli

1566

1756

4035

37307

MNLU, Mumbai

505

1155

5903

49427

MNLU, Nagpur

1314

1538

12755

51671

MNLU, Aurangabad

1539

2120

17941

28238

HPNLU, Shimla

1657

10786

11549

17412

DNLU, Jabalpur

1656

6147

22701

35956

NLU Sonepat

1876

2301

2238

38996

         

CLAT Cut Off 2020 Round 3

College Name

General

SC/ST/PwD/OBC/EWS

 

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank

NLSIU, Bengaluru

98

-

-

-

NALSAR, Hyderabad

177

-

-

-

NLIU, Bhopal

421

532

1169

9782

NUJS, Kolkata

227

227

531

7027

NLU, Jodhpur

318

323

9061

10945

HNLU, Raipur

764

772

7428

42179

GNLU, Gandhinagar

462

3238

11485

11485

RAMNLU, Lucknow

724

742

2561

2564

RGNUL, Patiala

990

1012

12698

29091

CNLU, Patna

1229

1256

2995

16796

NUALS, Kochi

-

-

-

-

NLUO, Cuttack

1039

1052

16408

40878

NUSRL, Ranchi

1287

1290

6705

33735

NLUJA, Guwahati

1571

1584

41032

53034

DSNLU, Vizag

1490

1518

1728

9330

TNNLS, Tiruchirapalli

1759

1799

9542

18790

MNLU, Mumbai

557

-

-

-

MNLU, Nagpur

1539

1575

13813

13813

MNLU, Aurangabad

1874

2403

19463

19463

HPNLU, Shimla

1923

10934

12205

17908

DNLU, Jabalpur

1942

6760

23611

36706

NLU Sonepat

2004

2315

2321

46591

         

CLAT Previous Years’ Cut Off

College Name

2019

2018

 

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank

NLSIU, Bengaluru

1

54

1

66

NALSAR, Hyderabad

50

120

11

137

NLIU, Bhopal

107

355

155

390

NUJS, Kolkata

112

215

43

260

NLU, Jodhpur

109

350

129

376

HNLU, Raipur

103

555

401

657

GNLU, Gandhinagar

106

450

142

498

RAMNLU, Lucknow

100

620

358

668

RGNUL, Patiala

99

780

358

924

CNLU, Patna

95

900

718

1186

NUALS, Kochi

99

900

290

928

NLUO, Cuttack

97

1050

564

1167

NUSRL, Ranchi

94

1050

705

1255

NLUJA, Guwahati

93

1060

1016

1556

DSNLU, Vizag

92

1200

223

1432

TNNLS, Tiruchirapalli

92

1160

459

1571

MNLU, Mumbai

105

575

246

503

MNLU, Nagpur

91

1200

520

1532

 16. Preparation Tips for CLAT

IMPORTANT PREPARATION TIPS FOR CLAT 

It is always better to start early if you want to ace CLAT with good score. Still we do come up with a Rankers strategy which will really be helpful in your Law entrance exam preparation.

  • Exam pattern and syllabus clarity:There should be a clarity of what to study for CLAT exam preparation. Understanding of the CLAT Previous Year Paper & expected syllabus as well as exam pattern is important. When a law aspirant knows the syllabus, he(she) can know how much to study for the national-level law exam. Everyone has his(her) own strength and weakness and same strategy can not be applied to all cases. 
  • Regular Revision : Revising is always important. When you revise, you brush-up the already read facts, which further helps in memorising it. It also assist you in practicing more examples and coming out with better speed of answering questions. It is well known fact that if you know something, less are the chances of error and better is the productivity. 
  • Mock Test : The mock tests are the best way to check the understanding of the subjects, topics and questions in which the law aspirants lag behind. Classrooms will equip you with knowledge part but the drill sessions will make you ready for the D day. Mental preparation for the actual CLAT exam day is tested through all india test series only.
  • Social Media :You should come to facebook or whatsapp only after the completion of the task of that day. Do not waste time on social media and keep other gadgets like tablets, mobiles e.t.c. away while you  seriously prepare for exam like CLAT. Online content is good source of knowledge but it also diverts your mind to needless gossips.
  • Extensive Reading :You must be in a habit of eclectic reading. Read more and more to improve the language. Read books, magazines, journals, newspapers, and novels (preferably non-fictions) to enhance your word power and make your expression lucid.
  • Stay Positive : You will have to learn to think positive and stay positive. Remove negative thoughts from your mind, by pursuing things that interest you a lot. Yoga and meditation can be a big stress buster.
  • Speed and Accuracy : It is the essential tool for clearing any Law Entrance Exams. Always try to attempt those questions in which you are sure of your answers. Prevent any negative marking. You will find more articles in coming future in which we will talk upon how to work upon Speed & Accuracy. 
  • Time Management : During the exam preparation days, focus on the amount of time you take for a particular question, will lead you towords success. The strategy which you derive out of drill sessions while writing mocks will make you learn upon this factor. Students must remember that never waste your time attempting the questions which you are not confident of solving.
  • Believe in Yourself: Before appearing in an exam, candidate Believe in yourself because if you dream it you will make it sure.

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 17. Dare to Be a CLAT Topper?

10 INGREDIENTS OF THE RECIPE TO BECOME A TOPPER!!      

CLAT is the national entrance to get through to the prestigious law colleges of the country. It is one of the important milestones in the journey of becoming a successful lawyer. However, the journey to achieve this milestone is not a smooth one and has its own ups and downs. As quoted above, it isn’t an easy journey but there are some qualities in an individual that can make this journey easier and a great learning experience for them. It is not necessary that these qualities will be innate in an individual as these may have to be acquired over a period of time. Let’s discuss these one by one:

  1. CONSISTENCY - This is one quality that often makes an average or weak student achieve his target or goals. You must have heard of the famous age old saying-‘Slow and steady wins the race.’ The famous story of tortoise and rabbit sums this trait in all. It is important for a student to be regular in the class and with his studies. Doing small amount of learning on a daily basis is not tough. However, keeping the same for the last minute definitely adds on to the pressure. Make sure that you are regular to the class.
  2. DISCIPLINE - This is one quality that is seriously lacking in today’s youngsters. This basically emphasizes on developing a routine and then following it religiously. This routine needs to be clearly demarcated in the terms of hours allotted to studies, work, play and hobbies. A daily routine also helps in building the consistency of an individual.
  3. ACCEPTING FAILURES - Everyone has bad days. It is not possible to be at your best on a daily basis. There will be certain failures that you need to encounter in life. These failures should be the bungee bags that provide you the strength and power to bounce back after a failure. No failure can be strong enough to put a stop to your journey and weaken your will power to achieve your goals.
  4. ANALYTICAL THINKING - You need to develop the art of crucially examining the situations and analyzing them carefully before arriving at any conclusion. The art of thinking rationally is one big asset that a lawyer needs to start nurturing right from the beginning of his journey.
  5. SELF-CONFIDENCE- True Knowledge enlightens an individual and it is this knowledge that provides a strong foundation to an individual. Ultimately, this strong foundation leads to building of a self-confident individual. This is one of the most important qualities that a person needs to imbibe because this is one quality that will actually help an individual to sail through the journey easily.
  6. SELF ACTUALIZATION- One needs to be aware of his abilities, strength and weakness. The person who has developed the art of self-actualization is clear about his shortcomings and knows the area that one needs to focus upon. For this, a person needs to be receptive to criticism and failures. These help the person to understand what went wrong, where it went wrong and how could it have been prevented.
  7. CLEARLY DEFINED GOALS - The goals need to be precise, clearly defined and achievable. Learn to set short targets such as achieving a good score in the weekly tests. Once you achieve these small targets, achieving the bigger goal, which is definitely cracking the CLAT entrance seems workable.
  8. RESPECT YOUR TEACHERS- Students need to understand the value of good teachers in their journey. It is their teachers who make the difficult and boring subjects easy and understandable. They need to acknowledge and value their efforts.
  9. DEVELOP A HOBBY- Amidst all the stress and cacophony of the exam preparation, make sure that you develop one hobby that becomes your best friend in this journey. It could be anything like playing chess, cooking food, playing guitar etc. These hobbies will become great stress buster during the times when stress is at its peak.
  10. TAKE CARE OF YOUR HEALTH - You must have heard your elders often saying that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body. During the preparation of an entrance, one needs to take utmost care of their health. Try developing healthy eating and sleeping habits. Refrain from mobiles as these are big distracters. Avoid Junk food and resort to something that is fresh and home cooked.

These were some simple and handy tips that will make your journey productive. Try incorporating these one by one in your daily schedule and you will definitely see visible and quantifiable results in your preparation. We have contributed our bit in your journey by sharing our experience in the form of these ingredients and now it is your turn to implement them in your life. Always remember that more than the destination; it is the journey that counts.

 18. CLAT Preparatory Classes at Success Mantra

The CLAT classes is a comprehensive CLAT focused classroom program that ensures maximum coverage of CLAT syllabus in about 180-200 hours of classroom teaching – so that you ahead of the competition. In these classes, you will go beyond the basics, to know and learn advanced concepts, which will aid you in developing the knowledge base as well as the acumen to solve multiple choice questions (MCQs) of CLAT standard.

 19. Why Success Mantra CLAT Preparatory Classes?

  • Because we know that for some, clearing the CLAT is the only goal.
  • Because people who are good at academic answer writing are generally poor at solving MCQs.
  • Because we know that our own students – Sumit, Yuvraj & Yashendra – all CLAT Rankers. Became students of top NLUs once they were able to clear the CLAT, converting their first Law Entrance into a success story.

 20. Why Success Mantra?

At Success Mantra, we have continuously innovated to close the gap between aspirants and a good preparation. We offers edge-to-edge knowledge to crack the annual examination of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Our classroom program courses focus on long-term benefits along with time management and accuracy to score good in CLAT | AILET. We started the CLAT guidance program in 2010, where we produce 6 NLUs admission, which helped Success Mantra to establish its brand, in the very first year. Since then, the result is tremendous year-by-year. We have the best success rate across industry. The result ratio is as good as 3 : 5 i.e. 3 students out of 5 get qualified if they are the classroom program student of this coaching.

Every year hundreds of students of our classroom program initiate their career in law domain and live their dream. Keeping in mind the updated CLAT pattern and previous pattern, the CLAT preparatory classes will ensure that enrolled candidate have a robust preparation and the much needed conceptual clarity & competitive edge to clear CLAT 2022 .

Grab the career opportunities by preparing for 2022 law entrance exams and frame your future.

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