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CLAT rejected Applicants can take the Test

Hundreds of Common Law Admission Test ( CLAT ) candidates whose applications were rejected on various grounds can heave a sigh of relief as the CLAT committee has decided to allow them to sit for the examination on 12th May, 2013.

However, they will be required to submit a notarised affidavit printed on non-judicial stamp paper worth ₹ 50 to the CLAT office before 6th May, 2013, said CLAT Implementation Committee Chairman Deepak Das.

Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur, is conducting the test.

Mr. Das told The Hindu that the applications of more than 1,300 aspirants were rejected as they were incomplete or not filled as per the norms given in the Information Brochure of CLAT – 2013. “However, on the basis of requests made by applicants and their parents, the Convener of CLAT Core Committee, in consultation with other members, has decided to allow these applicants to take the exam and issue admit cards on provisional basis,” he said.

The affidavit format is available on

Applicants can also submit an advanced soft copy of the affidavit ( scanned PDF file ) by e – mail ‘’ to the CLAT office for reference. A notice posted on the website said applicants being allowed to appear in the CLAT – 2013 will not be entitled to claim any benefit on the basis of any information which they had not furnished in the OMR application form at the time of its submission.

CLAT is conducted for admission into various academic programmes ( LLB and LLM ) of the 14 National Law Universities ( NLUs ) in the country, including the NALSAR University of Law in Hyderabad. More than 30,000 students across the country are testing their luck this year.

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CLAT 2013 Exam Coaching Centres In Hyderabad

The Common Law Admission Test ( CLAT ) is an all India entrance examination conducted on rotation by 14 National Law Universities ( NLUs ) for admissions to their under – graduate and post-graduate degree programmes ( LL.B & LL.M ).

Students may require the help of Coaching classes in order to prepare in the best manner. Coaching classes offer you with best study materials, preparation tips and more. Hence, here is a list of few coaching centres situated in Hyderabad.

Name Of Centre Area, City Phone No’s E-Mail Address Visit Website
Abhyaas Kukatpally, Hyderabad 040-40031834, 9849442770
Jaro Education Coaching Adilabad, Hyderabad 9004447565
Anzac Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Humayun Nagar, Hyderabad 040-64526515, 9703023786, 9246186515
Career Launcher Himayat Nagar, Hyderabad 040-64573101, 66254100, 9966886400 fayaz.ahmed@career
Deeksha Education Sindhi Colony, Hyderabad 9000200910 info@deeksha
Prime Training Service Pvt. Ltd. Himayat Nagar, Hyderabad 040-23228859, 23225952, 9052296502
Rank Academy Kapra, Hyderabad 9849859010
Sign Consulting Malakpet, Hyderabad 9704963979 vijay@sign
Triumphant Institute of Management Education Pvt. Ltd. Secunderabad, Hyderabad 040-27898195, 40088400 info@time4

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CLAT 2013 Entrance Test Syllabus & Pattern

Common Law Admission Test ( CLAT ) is an all India entrance examination conducted by 14 National Law Schools / Universities for admissions to their undergraduate and Postgraduate degree programmes ( LL.B and LL.M ) commencing on session 2013.

The CLAT ( Common Law Admission Test ) 2013 is tentatively scheduled to be held on Sunday, 12th May, 2013 at 03.00 PM to 05.00 PM. Registration for the CLAT 2013 to be announced shortly. The CLAT – 2013 is being conducted by Hidayatullah National Law University ( HNLU ), Raipur.

Pattern for Undergraduate Programme :

Total Marks : 200
Total number of multiple – choice questions of one mark each 200
Duration of examination 2 Hours
Subject areas with weightage:
English including Comprehension 40 Marks
General Knowledge / Current Affairs 50 Marks
Elementary Mathematics ( Numerical Ability ) 20 Marks
Legal Aptitude 50 Marks
Logical Reasoning 40 Marks

Syllabus :

English including Comprehension:

The English section will test the candidate’s proficiency in English based comprehension passages and grammar. In the comprehension section, candidates will be questioned on their understanding of the passage and its central theme, meanings of words used therein etc. The grammar section requires correction of incorrect grammatical sentences, filling of blanks in sentences with appropriate words, etc.

General Knowledge / Current Affairs :

This section will only test students on their knowledge of current affairs.

Mathematics :

This section will test candidates only on “elementary” mathematics i.e. maths that is taught up to the class X.

Logical Reasoning :

The purpose of the logical reasoning section is to test the student’s ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. It will include a wide variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, etc. However, visual reasoning will not be tested.

Legal Aptitude :

This section will test students only on “legal aptitude”. Questions will be framed with the help of legal propositions ( described in the paper ), and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions may not be “true” in the real sense ( e.g. the legal proposition might be that any person who speaks in a movie hall and disturbs others who are watching the movie will be banned from entering any movie theatre across India for one year ). Candidates will have to assume the “truth” of these propositions and answer the questions accordingly.

Pattern for Postgraduate Programmes :

Total Marks 200
Duration of examination 2 Hours
Multiple-choice Questions ( 100 questions ) of 1 mark each Pertaining to subject areas, viz, Law of Contracts, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law and Legal Theory
Short answer questions ( 100 Marks ) 10 questions of 10 marks each

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Chandigarh youth Ranks 1st in Common Law Test

On a day when Chandigarh was tickled pink by its students who topped all four streams in CBSE Class XII, another youth brought laurels to it by securing an all India first rank in Common Law Admission Test ( CLAT ), the result of which was declared on 28th May, 2012.

Scoring 159 marks of 200, Anad Singh Miglani, a student of Vivek High School and son of a Punjab cadre IAS officer, has made his family and city proud. For Miglanis, it was time for double celebration as Anad has also obtained 91% in CBSE Class XII commerce stream.

About 25,800 candidates from across the country had appeared in CLAT, an entrance exam conducted for admission to premier Indian law colleges. Besides Anad, Sarthak Gupta of the city has secured an all India fourth rank.

So what brought Anad success? “Working diligently towards my goal paid off. I have always dreamed to be a lawyer and legal studies have always interested me,” Anad said.

On his stress – buster recipe, he said, “A good sleep helps me relax, there is nothing like it.” With his eyes set on National Law School, Bangalore, Anad hopes to be a leading lawyer one day.

For his parents, his achievement has been a dream come true. “My wife Gurjot and I never forced him to study. He is a self – motivated child, who knows hard work brings success,” preened his father Arunjit Singh Miglani.

Sarthak, a student of Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan, Sector 27, said his inquiring mind and interest in general knowledge helped him clear the exam with flying colours. Besides, he has scored 94% in Class XII ( commerce steam ).

“Since childhood I have one dream – to be a lawyer. I have been studying for the entrance exam since I was in Class XI,” said Sarthak, who has also cleared an entrance test conducted by Delhi University for its law school.

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Students upset over CLAT 2012 Question Paper

Common Law Admission Test ( CLAT 2012 ) was held on 13th May, 2012 at 46 centres in 20 cities across the country from 03.00 PM to 05.00 PM. There were almost 26,000 undergraduate and 1,050 postgraduate students took CLAT Exam for admission to LL.M Programmes at various National Law Schools.

Students appeared for the CLAT 2012 found that more than 25 questions are out of the syllabus. Many students were not able to complete the Static GK and Logical GK section questions, because they found out of syllabus questions in that sections.

Justice ( Retd ) N.N, Mathur, Convenor of CLAT 2012 and Vice Chancellor of National Law University, Jodhpur, said that The paper has been set by the experts of hidh reputation. It is perfectly with in the frame work. When asked how he resolve the students complaints arisen, he said, I don’t have any rights after the exam is over, I can only assess the paper and publish the results.

Ramanuj Mukherjee, Prominent CLAT member and founder of CLAT said, “It is extremely unfair and I don’t know how the people responsible for this going to explain this one. It is apparent from the paper that those who prepared the paper were not aware of the CLAT 2012 Syllabus.

This seems to be administrative failure and despicable lack of Co – Ordination for which thousands of students will have to suffer. This CLAT has surpassed all previous ones in careless, uninformed handling of an exam taken by the students”.

Saurav Datta, former National Product anchor of LST and CLAT member said. “It would be an erroneous, sweeping generalisation to evaluate CLAT 2012 in binary terms, good or bad or as many doing branding it as something which cheated thousands of law school aspirants.

True, that the paper in some parts at least was based on a unexpected pattern for instance, not sticking to only current affairs and asking question on elementary general knowledge of legal knowledge”.

Many students are considering filing a PIL before the supreme court against the CLAT Authorities.

The CLAT 2012 Results will be Announced on 28th May, 2012.


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