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CLAT 2018 fee structure, registration fee details

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The CLAT is the Common Law Admission Test conducted by any one of the national law University for the Admission of UG and PG law courses. Many online sites offer the detailed information about the CLAT 2018 exam and its latest updates. Here we see the CLAT 2018 registration fee details and fee structures. The application filling process requires a registration fee for applying the CLAT 2018 exam.

CLAT 2018 fee structure

They design the CLAT fee structure by using the candidate’s category. They conduct the 4000 rupees for OBC/General and other category and 3500 rupees for ST/SC category candidates. They allow you to pay the fee by using the credit/debit/net banking or other online money transaction methods. They also allow you to pay the fee by using the offline method for your better convenience.

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Pay the fee and submit the application within the submission date (January 1st week – March last week). Thereafter you get the status information for writing the CLAT 2018 entrance test.

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CLAT 2018 application form fee and cost

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The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) will be conducted every year for the candidates who were looking for admissions for LL.B & LL.M for Undergraduate and Postgraduate degree programs.  This will be conducted in rotation by the 14 National Law Universities (NLUs).

CLAT 2018 application form fee

The application form will be available in the first week of January at the CLAT Office.  The candidates are requested to know the complete details about the eligibility, important dates, details about the mode of examination and fee payment and cost, etc.

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The mode of CLAT application fee and form submission  is online.  The candidates of General/PWD/OBC and other categories, have to pay Rs. 4000/-. And CLAT application fee for the candidates belonging to SC/ST categories is Rs. 3500/-.  The fee structure excludes the bank charges or the other transaction costs. The candidates are advised to read the complete details and instructions regarding the CLAT fee payment and application submission process.

CLAT 2018 Bank branches

The CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) 2018 exam application process receive the registration fee for the candidates. For OBC and general category, people should pay 4000 rupees and SC or ST category people should pay the 3500 rupees for the registration.

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 CLAT 2018 Bank branches

You will pay the registration fee by using cash or credit or debit or other online money transaction methods. You pay this registration fee on the CLAT 2018 Bank Branches name. Here we list the complete list of the Bank Branch for CLAT 2018.

(1) Agra

(2) Ahmadabad Main Branch

(3) Allahabad University

(4) Alwar

(5) Andheri East

(6) PBB Aurangabad

(7) Banaras Hindu University

(8) Bangalore Main Road

(9) Bhopal Main Branch

(10) Saheed Nagar Market, Bhubaneshwar

(11) Boriwali Mandeshwar, Rd SBS

(12) Chandigarh Main Branch

(13) Chennai Main Branch

(14) Churchgate, Mumbai

(15) Service Branch Coimbatore

(16) Dadar

(17)Dehradun

(18) Rohini Delhi

(19) Dwarka

(20) Greater Kailash, Delhi

(21) Gurgaon

(22) Guwahati

(23) Hyderabad Main Branch

(24) Indore City

(25) Jadavpur University

CLAT 2018 admission procedure and fees

The CLAT 2018 is a national level exam conducted for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses (LLB and LLM). The admission procedure for CLAT 2018 is based on the merit list. The counseling is made after the result of CLAT 2018.

CLAT 2018 admission procedure

The candidates can choose their preferred NLU for the admission within a period described in the schedule. They should deposit the amount of Rs. 1,00,00 through online or offline. The 1st 2500 students in the merit list will participate in the counseling according to seats available in NLUs. If the candidates failed to deposit the fees, then their names are dropped from merit list.

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The wanted list candidates are issued with a provisional allotment list. The left out seats will be published to the universities by the CLAT office. The candidates who are not completing the formalities for admission, then their seats will be filled by the university according to their procedure.

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