CLAT 2023: Today is the last date to apply for CLAT 2023. All interested applicants can apply through the official website.
The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) will be closing the CLAT 2023 application window today, November 18, 2022. All the candidates who want to apply for CLAT 2023 can do so through the official website at consortiumofnlus.ac.in/clat-2023.
Candidates can go through the given article to get more information about CLAT 2023.
HOW TO REGISTER FOR CLAT 2023
Candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps to register for CLAT 2023.
- Visit the official website of CLAT at consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
- On the homepage, click on the “CLAT 2023” tab.
- Click on the “Register” link.
- A new webpage will open.
- Enter the required details for registration.
- Log in using the allotted credentials.
- Fill out the application form with the required details.
- Upload all the necessary scanned documents.
- Submit the CLAT 2023 application fee.
- Review the filled-in details.
- Submit the CLAT 2023 application form.
- Download the application form for future reference.
Tweet By Consortium of NLUs
Today is the last day to register for the CLAT 2023. Hurry – complete your registration before the close of day and prepare for admissions to the best legal institutions of the country!
Visit https://t.co/mhdoIqGA6d to complete your registration now! #law #clat #clat2023 pic.twitter.com/5BDwqgi18f
— Consortium of NLUs (CLAT) (@ConsortiumNLUs) November 18, 2022
The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) took to twitter and shared, ” Today is the last day to register for the CLAT 2023. Hurry – complete your registration before the close of day and prepare for admissions to the best legal institutions of the country! Visit consortiumofnlus.ac.in/clat-2023 to complete your registration now!”
CLAT 2023 Exam Date
The CLAT Undergraduate and Postgraduate Exam will be held on December 18 in paper-and-pencil mode for two hours. The CLAT UG 2023 paper has five sections: English Language, Current Affairs and General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Techniques.
A total of 22 National Law Universities (NLUs) out of 23 accept the CLAT scores for UG and PG admissions.