CLAT 2019 Application Date (Extended), Exam Dates, Eligibility


Last Date To Apply for CLAT 2019 Extended to April 20 NLU Check Here

The CLAT 2019 application forms last date has been extended to April 20, 2019. The Consortium of National Law Universities(NLUs)'s organization has declared an extension of dates to apply for all those candidates who haven't completed their application for CLAT 2019. Hence the last date for payment and submission of online CLAT application form 2019 is April 20, 2019.

Here is the direct link to the official website.

Following are the steps to complete the Registration Process for CLAT 2019:

  • Login to your account
  • Fill in the required details
  • Upload photograph, signature and required documents
  • Pay application fee
  • Submit the form
  • Keep a copy of filled application form for future reference

Exam Date: The Date of CLAT 2019 is May 26, 2019 (3 PM- 5 PM). And the details about the admit card will be released soon. 

Application fees

  1. For the General category/other Backward classes/Persons with disability-4000For
  2.  SC/ST/Below poverty Line- 3500

CLAT is an offline entrance conducted for admission to the twenty-two National Law Universities (NLUs) associated with it.

Know more about CLAT Here

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