New Delhi: CLAT 2021 is a good chance for students aspiring to pursue a career in the field of law through the “I’m proud of my players, we have to think about the league", says Zidane Law Admission Test (CLAT). Nomination is done through CLAT in 22 National Law Colleges across the country. This examination is conducted by the Consortium of Law University. The online application will be released by CLAT from April 30 to participate in the exam.
For the UG program of CLAT, the candidate should have passed 12th from any recognised university. College applying students can also eligible to apply for this program. For General and OBC in 12th, 45 percent marks and for SC and ST marks 40 percent. For applying in PG program, the candidate should have passed LLB with 50 percent marks.
The exam is scheduled for 13 June. It will be in offline mode. 150 questions are asked in UG and 150 for PG. The examination will be of two hours. One mark is scored for each correct answer, while 0.25 marks are deducted if it is wrong. General and OBC candidates will incur an application fee of Rs 4000. At the same time, SC, ST and BPL categories will cost Rs 3500.
For UG program, 28 to 32 questions will be asked from English Language, 35 to 39 questions from Current Affairs, 13 to 17 questions from Quantitative Technique, 35 to 39 questions from Legal Reasoning, 28 to 32 questions from Logical Reasoning. Examination expert Subodh Kumar told that in preparation keep the legal approach strong. Be logical. Debate. This will enable you to prepare better.
For English language, see Comprehension Passage, Subject-Verb Agreement, Now, Pronoun, Adverb, Signonyms, Antonyms, Adjunctive and Determinant, Spelling Err, Sentence Correction, etc.
Banking Finance, Indian Tax Structure, National Income, Outline of Indian Economy, Major Industries in India, Supreme Court Judgments, Legal Fundamental and Term for Current Affairs. Similarly, for logical reasoning, prepare logical puzzle, Cause and Effect Reasoning, Analogic, Statement Argument, Statement Conclusions Derivation of Conclusions.
For legal reasoning, see Public Policy, General Awareness of Legal Issues, Legal Factories. For basic techniques, see Basic Algebra, Statistics, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Numbers, Percentage, Time and Distance, Ratio and Proportion etc.