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CLAT 2019 Online Application Process is now LIVE. Last date for applying online at CLAT website is extended upto 15th April 2019
For more details and online application visit:   CLAT Website

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Notification for Admission for West Bengal Domicile Category under CLAT 2019

J & K Residents Category Admission Notices:
Application for Admission for B.A./B.Sc.-LL.B. Program
08 March 2019
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NRI / NRI Sponsored Category Admission Notices:
Application for Admission for B.A./B.Sc.-LL.B. Program
08 March 2019
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Foreign National Category Admission Notices:
Application for Admission for B.A./B.Sc.-LL.B. Program
22 February 2019
last date for submission of application: 30th April 2019
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Description of CLAT Process:

Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a centralized test for admission to 18 National Law Universities in India. 43 other education institutes and two public sector institutes also use these scores for their individual admission processes. The test is conducted by the 18 participating law schools in rotation, in the order of their establishment. WBNUJS, Kolkata was entrusted with conducting the examination in 2011.

The CLAT exam comprises an undergraduate and a post-graduate entrance. The examination can be taken after the Higher Secondary Examination or the 12th grade for admission to integrated undergraduate courses in Law: B.A. /B.Sc. /B.B.A. LL.B. of 5-year duration. Post-Graduate in Law for Master of Laws (LL.M) programmes are available for those with a prior LL.B. degree. At the Undergraduate level, the two-hour admission test consists of objective type covering questions on Elementary Mathematics or Numerical Ability, English with Comprehension, General knowledge and Current affairs, Legal Aptitude and Legal Awareness and Logical reasoning.


B.A./B.SC. LL.B (HONS.) Programme - Total Number and Allocation of Seats across Categories
Category LL.B LL.B
West Bengal
(Domicile)
LL.B.
Jammu & Kashmir
(Domicile)
General 74 4 2
Scheduled Caste (S.C.) 13 2
Scheduled Tribe (S.T.) 07 1
Foreign Nationals 04 0
NRIs/NRI-Sponsored 17 1
OBC -A 0 1
OBC -B 0 1
Persons with Disabilities (PWD) 6 [Horizontal Reservation]
In Case of non-availability of students of reserved Foreign Nationals category, the seats are treated as NRI (Sponsored).

LL.M - Total Number and Allocation of Seats across Categories
Category Total Seats
General 30
Scheduled Caste (S.C.) 06
Scheduled Tribe (S.T.) 03
Foreign Nationals 02
Persons with Disabilities (PWD) 02 [Horizontal Reservation]
In Case of non-availability of students of reserved Foreign Nationals category, the seats are treated as unreserved.

For more details visit:   CLAT