Due to the rapid spread of the Coronavirus pandemic across the country, the admission process for most exams has been delayed several times. The same has been the case with the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2020) which is the most sought after entrance exam for admission into the top law colleges of India. The exam is conducted every year by the Consortium of National Law Universities (CNLU).
As per the latest updates for the consortium, the CLAT 2020 will be conducted on 21st June 2020 across multiple examination centres in the country. The last date for filling the admission forms for CLAT 2020 has been extended till 18th May 2020 this year. The deadline for filing the application forms as well as the actual dates for CLAT 2020 has been extended several times due to the multiple extensions of the nationwide lockdown. Now that the dates have been announced for CLAT 2020, the candidates must start their preparations accordingly.
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CLAT 2020: CNLU releases an official Telegram channel
In order to help the candidates with their preparations for the CLAT 2020, CNLU has launched a new Telegram channel. The channel has been named “Consortium of NLUs UG”, and it will provide regular updates and information pertaining to the exam, preparation tips, and dates as well as other essential information for the candidates.
Along with the new Telegram channel, CNLU is also making use of multiple social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram in order to connect with the students. In line with its efforts, CNLU recently conducted two live sessions on its YouTube channel for discussing the integrated BA LLB and LLM Programmes at the National Law Universities.
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CLAT 2020: Exam pattern changed
There have been several key changes to the format of CLAT 2020. The total number of questions have been reduced from 200 to 150. The focus of the questions in CLAT 2020 will be on the evaluation of the reasoning skills, and comprehension skills of the candidates. The questions in the exam will be designed for testing the ability of the candidates to apply their skills, reasoning power, and aptitude for solving the questions instead of relying on previous knowledge.
This year, the consortium has been actively engaging with the candidates. It is trying to make them aware regarding the new pattern and structure of the CLAT 2020. With a special focus on the UG applicants, the consortium has also released detailed learning material for CLAT 2020 including subject-wise guides for help in preparation for the exam. For the Postgraduate level candidates, the consortium is providing the candidates with CLAT PG Guide as well as preparation tips by Prof. Faizan Mustafa. All the preparation material has been made available on the official website of CLAT 2020. So, the candidates must download the available material and start preparing for CLAT 2020 accordingly.