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The registered applicants can issue the CLAT 2018 Admit Card few weeks prior to the date of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). The conducting body of CLAT exam, National Law University will be uploading the admit card/ hall ticket online on it’s official website www.clat.ac.in. The aspirants must download the admit card before the deadline given in the timelines below. One must carry the CLAT 2018 Admit Card/ Hall Ticket to the examination centre on the day of exam or else no permission will be granted to those who do not possess it.
The candidates can generate the CLAT Hall Ticket/ Call Letter online through login option by mentioning the login details. They must follow certain instructions laid down by the Chanakya National Law University. What are the login details and instructions one must follow? And also what is the significance of CLAT Admit Card. Everything will be answered here on this page.
Timelines regarding CLAT 2018 Admit Card
|CLAT 2018 Admit Cards will be issued on||03rd week of April 2018|
|CLAT 2018 Examination Day||02nd week of May 2018|
Please note that official details of CLAT 2018 admit card have not yet been announced. Information on this page is as per previous year brochure and only for reference of such candidates who have started looking for details to get an idea of CLAT 2018. As soon as National Law University releases CLAT 2018 information brochure, details will be updated here.
Significance of CLAT Admit Card
Admit Card is like your life guard at the exam hall which will allow you to give the exam. It’s that important document that defines your identity as a test-taker. Adding to it, CLAT Admit Card will have the following printed details on it.
- Date of Birth
- Mother’s Name
- Father’s Name
- Roll Number/ Registration ID
- Exam Schedule
- Address of Examination Centre
- Programme applied for
- Guidelines for the exam
Instructions for downloading the CLAT 2018 Admit Card
- You must have the following login details ready before you download the hall ticket.
- User ID
- Forgotten Password: If the candidate has forgotten the password, then, he/ she can retrieve it on the login page. Single click the “forgot password” option and enter the registered email id to get the password.
Steps to get the CLAT 2018 Admit Card
Step 1: Official Website of CLAT Exam: You need to Google search www.clat.ac.in to hit the main website.
Step 2: Login Page of CLAT 2018: On the main page, look for the link of downloading of Admit Card 2018 and single click the link.
Step 3: Applicant Login: Mention the specified particulars given below to login
- Registered Email ID/ User ID
Step 4: Download the CLAT 2018 Admit Card: You should cross-verify the details and download the admit card.
Step 5: Print out of Admit Card: It is necessary to take out the hard copy as you need to carry it on the day of exam.
Important Documents to be carried to the Examination Centre
- 2 Copies of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) Admit Card/ Hall Ticket
- 2 Recent Passport Size Photographs
- Proof of Identity: Aadhar Card/ Voter ID Card/ PAN Card/ Driving License.
Pattern for UG Courses in CLAT 2018
- Common Law Admission Test is an online examination.
- The CLAT 2018 Question Paper will be comprised of 5 sections mentioned below in the table.
- The time-limit for the exam will be 2 hours only.
- Negative Marking of 0.25 mark will be allocated for an incorrect response.
|Name of the Section||Maximum Marks|
|English & Reading Comprehension||40|
|General Knowledge/ Current Affairs||50|
Pattern for PG Courses in CLAT 2018
- The Question Paper for the Post-Graduate course will contain the core sections which you must have studied during the undergraduate course.
- Other Law Subjects refers to the subjects such as Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, Family Law, Property Law, IPR etc.
- Duration of the CLAT 2018 PG Exam will be 2 hours.
- Each correct answer implies 1 mark and 0.25 marks will be deducted for an incorrect response.
|Other Law Subjects||50|