The National University of Advanced Legal Studies Kochi, Kerala has published the latest CLAT Syllabus 2020 and CLAT Exam Pattern for the written examination. The full information in detail of the Common Law Admission Test Syllabus and Exam Pattern is provided on this page for the candidates who are appearing in the CLAT Examination.
CLAT Exam Date- 28th September 2020
CLAT 2020 Admit Card: Available on 15th September 2020
The CLAT i.e. Common Law Admission Test is an entrance exam on all India level to take the admission in LLB and LLM courses. The National University of Advanced Legal Studies Kochi, Kerala is conducting this test and invites CLAT Application Form from all eligible contenders across Nation. There are a total of 19 universities who are participating (details are given on this page). The candidates must fill the Common Law Admission Test Application Form online through the official site link on or before 31st March 2020.
|CLAT Exam Conducting Authority||National University of Advanced Legal Studies Kochi, Kerala|
|CLAT Selection Process|
|CLAT Courses Duration|
Under Graduate Course (LLB) - 05 Years.
Post Graduate Course (LLM)- 02 Years
CLAT Official Website- www.clat.ac.in
CLAT Exam Pattern 2020-
Objective Multiple Questions will be asked in the written examination.
There will be negative marking for every wrong answer and it will be 0.25 marks.
Under Graduate (LLB) Courses-
Total Questions- 200
Total Marks- 200
Time- 02 Hours
The following subjects will be considered in the written test-
General Knowledge & Current Affairs- 50 Marks
English Subject-40 Marks
Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)- 20 Marks
Legal Aptitude- 50 Marks
Logical Reasoning-40 Marks
CLAT 2020 Syllabus for Under Graduate Course-
Common-Law Entrance Test Syllabus for General Knowledge-
The culture of India.
History of India.
Indian Culture Dance and Music.
CLAT English Subject-
Comprehension Passages and Grammar.
Active & Passive voice.
Math’s up to class 10th standard.
Trains related questions.
Time and Work.
Profit and Loss.
Time and Distance.
Basic Study of Law.
Coding and Decoding etc.
|Post Graduate (LLM) Courses-|
Total Questions- 150
Total Marks- 150
Time- 02 Hours
The questions will be asked from the following subjects-
Constitutional Law- 50 Marks
Jurisprudence- 50 Marks
Other law subjects (Criminal Law, International Law, Family Law, Property Law, etc.)- 50 MarksDownload- CLAT Syllabus PDF
Official Link for more information about CLAT Application Form/CLAT Admit Card/CLAT Results