CLAT result 2017 has been declared now. Candidates who appeared for the entrance exam can check the result at www.clat.ac.in using their registered ID. Candidates can now check their CLAT ranks by login at the official CLAT portal.
And a funny thing happened today, even before the students themselves couldn’t know their result of CLAT 2017, several coaching centres got their hands on the results and statistics since many of the students got the sms from those coaching service providers, saying ‘so many of our students scored so much’. An utter hypocrisy on the part of CNLU if these reports on social media are true. Providing data to media outlets is fine but providing the same to coaching centres, when students have been waiting since morning for theirs’, isn’t fair. Controversies are already surrounding the CLAT 2017 with plea for re-exam and what not, and now this.
According to reports, before CLAT result 2017 come out at 08:30 pm on CLAT website www.clat.ac.in, the details of toppers are out. As per HT,Rajat Maloo from Jaipur, Rajasthan has emerged as topper of CLAT 2017 in UG category with securing 154.25 marks in the exam. 2nd place was earned by Vihit Ashish Shah of Maharashtra who secured 150.25 marks. Radhika Sharda from Rajasthan came third with 148.5 marks and Sumit Kumar Gupta notched a fourth position on the merit with 147.5 marks.
CLAT result 2017 for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2017 will be declared after 08:30 pm, Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) Patna notified here after a day of technical glitches and unrest among candidates. www.clat.ac.in, the official website displayed the notice that says that the result of CLAT 2017 online test that took place on May 14, 2017, will be published after 8:30 pm today. Result will be accessible using candidates’ registered ID.
NLU Patna had conducted CLAT 2017 entrance examination for admission to under-graduate (UG) or post-graduate (PG) programmes on May 14. Candidates can check the result from the official website of CLAT (www.clat.ac.in) once declared. The online exam for admission to programmes offered by 18 participating National Law Universities (NLUs) was held on May 14. The first indicative seat allocation list based on merit-cum-preference will be displayed on the official website on June 05, 2017. The preliminary answer keys were released on May 16 and final keys were uploaded two days ago at the official portal.
2017 has witnessed a record high number of candidates for CLAT as near 50 thousand registered to take the test including 44 thousand for UG and 6 thousand for PG courses. Last year 45,200 candidates appeared in CLAT, amongst which 39,686 have applied for L.L.B and 5,514 candidates has applied for L.L.M. Candidates who qualify in CLAT 2017 will be eligible to obtain admission in any of the following courses offered by 18 National Law Universities. The courses offered by the National Law Universities are given below: B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), B.Sc. LL.B. (Hons.), B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), B.S.W. LL.B. (Hons.), B.Com. LL.B. (Hons.) and L.L.M
The admission to UG and PG programme in participating universities under CLAT-2017 shall be completed through online centralised counselling conducted by CLAT Office. The basis of allotment of seats shall be ‘merit-cum-preference.’ That is, CLAT Rank and order of preference given by the candidate in the CLAT application form.
Steps involved in the admission process:
Step 1: The University-wise First Indicative List based on merit-cum-preference will be published on CLAT website on June 05, 2017.
Step 2: A specified number of candidates from various categories will be allowed to participate in the counselling process against actual number of seats available with participating NLUs. The provisionally selected candidates must deposit the requisite counselling fee of Rs. 50,000 in the CLAT-2017 Office. The adjustable counselling fee of Rs. 50,000/- deposited with the CLAT office will be transferred to the respective participating NLUs where the candidate has finally taken admission after the completion of the entire admission process. This process will commence on June 06 and will end on June 08, 2017.
Step 3: The University-wise Second Indicative List based on merit-cum-preference will be published on CLAT website on June 12, 2017.
A list of waitlisted candidates will also be released in the second list who are provisionally selected against dropped out candidates, if any. The additional candidates are also required to pay the requisite counselling fee of Rs. 50,000/- and reserve their seats within the prescribed time period on June 13 & 14, 2017.
Step 3: The University-wise Third Indicative List based on merit-cum-preference will be published on CLAT website on June 19, 2017. A list of waitlisted candidates will also be released in the third list who are provisionally selected against dropped out candidates, if any. The additional candidates are also required to pay the requisite counselling fee of Rs. 50,000/- and reserve their seats within the prescribed time period on June 20 & 21, 2017.
Last Date for withdrawal from the Admission Process is June 21, 2017. The counselling fee of those candidates who withdraw up to this date will be refunded after deducting Rs. 10,000/-. There shall be no refund of counselling fee after the last date of withdrawal from admission process
Publication of fourth allotment list is June 24, 2017. Candidates whose names have appeared in the fourth allotment list can pay the full fees from June 28 to 30, 2017. Dates for receiving status of admissions from the participating NLU (s) in the CLAT office is July 04, 2017. Date of closure of admission process by CLAT – 2017 office is July 06, 2017.