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CLAT 2017 Admission form fee last dates

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The CLAT 2017 is one of the upcoming all India Entrance Examination conducted by the 14 several National Law Universities (NLU’s). The main purpose is for admissions to their U.G and P.G degree programs to the students.

CLAT 2017 Admission form

Every year, more than 30,000 students were appearing for this exam from 21 cities.  This exam is conducted through online.   The mode of registration and application filling is also through online.  CLAT application forms will be available in the month of January, the online submission will be the end of March.

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CLAT application fee for General candidates is Rs.4000 and for Sc/ST/Other categories the amount is Rs. 3500.The CLAT mode of payment is through online, it can be made through debit-card, credit card or net-banking. For the online payment, the candidates have to download the details and bank Challan.

As per the rules and conditions, no other mode of CLAT application fee submission will be offered to the candidates. As per the news report published recently, the last date for submission is March, 2017.

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CLAT 2017 admission procedure and fees

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The CLAT 2017 is a national level exam conducted for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses (LLB and LLM). The admission procedure for CLAT 2017 is based on the merit list. The counseling is made after the result of CLAT 2017.

CLAT 2017 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 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 waited 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 filled by the university according to their procedure.

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