Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) which was to be conducted on 17th May 2009. is Postponed.
Nearly 15,000 students will appear for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Test candidates will be vying for admission to
undergraduate courses at the 11 national law schools — amounting to a total of only 1,100 seats, CLAT 2009 which is conducted by NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad.
Last year, only seven law schools participated. This year, the schools from Kochi, Lucknow, Raipur and Patiala have also joined in, for CLAT 2009 process.
What is CLAT 2009 exam pattern?
The exam would contain 200 one-mark questions like last year, students can expect changes in the English and legal knowledge sections. The English section would now contain comprehension and general English questions.
There will be 45 questions on legal aptitude instead of legal reasoning this year. The legal aptitude section would judge a candidate on his/her knowledge about current events in the legal world, important court rulings, judgments etc
POSTPONEMENT OF CLAT-2009 TEST
read from CLAT 2009 notice board
Two locked and sealed steel boxes containing the CLAT-2009 Test material have been tampered with deliberately by breaking the latches and the locks, while these boxes were in transit from Hyderabad to Lucknow through Blue Dart Courier services. On examination, it is reported by the Registrar, RMLNLU, Lucknow that it seems to be a case of deliberate tampering with the boxes.
In view of the above, there is no other alternative except to postpone the CLAT- 2009 Test both for Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses and now it shall not be held on May 17, 2009 as scheduled earlier. The new date of CLAT-2009 Test shall be announced shortly after details are worked out by the Core Committee of Eleven Vice-Chancellors of National Law Universities. The candidates shall retain the Hall Tickets already dispatched to them and they shall use the same in the rescheduled CLAT-2009 Test.
link to know test centre (UG/PG) : http://clat.ac.in/TestcenterDetailsUG.aspx
Ineligible candidates (UG/PG) List : http://clat.ac.in/PDF/List%20of%20Ineligible%20candidates%20-%20UG%20programme.pdf
Pending applications (UG/PG) List : http://clat.ac.in/PDF/Pending%20applications%20-%20PG.pdf
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