CLAT 2017 Admit Card Available Now!

The Admit Cards for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2017 have been made available for download by Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna, in online mode from 10 pm onwards on April 20. CNLU, which is the body responsible for conducting CLAT 2017, will be conducting the exam on May 14. A flash bulletin was earlier issued on the official website of CLAT 2017 stating  “The CLAT 2017 Admit Card will be available to download from your registered account from 10 pm of 20th April 2017”. Candidates will be able to download the CLAT 2017 Admit Card from the official website of CLAT whose link is given below on this page.

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Speaking to Careers360, Dr. SP Singh, Registrar of CNLU Patna and the Co-Convenor of CLAT 2017, said, “CLAT Admit Cards can be downloaded by candidates from the scheduled date of April 20 but only from 10 pm onwards. Due to some technical difficulties faced by the CLAT office, we had to postpone the link till this time.”

 

CLAT 2017 scores will be accepted by 18 NLUs and other law colleges across the country and will be valid for admissions to various Five Year Integrated Law Programmes including BA LLB, BBA LLB, B.Com LLB and B.Sc LLB at these institutions. Along with these undergraduate programmes, the CLAT scores will be valid for admissions to the postgraduate LLM programmes as well. The Admit Card of CLAT 2017 will serve as the exam hall ticket and is an extremely important document without which candidates will not be able to appear for the Common Law Admission Test 2017. Candidates will be able to see various CLAT 2017 details in their Admit Cards including their roll number, timing and venue of the examination.

 

CLAT 2017 Admit Card Important Dates

S. No.

CLAT Events

Dates (2017)

1

CLAT Admit Cards released for download

April 20, 10 pm onwards

2

Last date to download CLAT Admit Card

May 14

3

CLAT 2017

May 14

4

CLAT 2017 Results

May 29

CLAT 2017 Admit Card Information

  • CLAT 2017 Admit Card has been released online by Chanakya National Law University Patna. Candidates will have to download the same from their registered login accounts by entering login ID and password on the CLAT website. No separate hard copy of the CLAT Admit Card will be issued.

  • Only those candidates who have successfully submitted their CLAT Application Form 2017 by the last date of April 14 will be able to download the Admit Card of CLAT 2017.

  • The CLAT 2017 Admit Card will contain important details about the exam including the Test Centre City, Test Centre Address, Examination Date, Reporting Time and Examination Time.

  • The Admit Card will also carry details about the candidates including their name, date of birth, roll number, names of parents, application number, programme applied for, category applied under and specimen signature along with spaces for candidate photograph, candidate signature and invigilator signature.

  • Candidates should ensure they verify all the information given on the CLAT 2017 Admit Card and immediately contact the CNLU Patna authorities incase there are any discrepancies.

  • Candidates should take a printout of the CLAT 2017 Admit Card and also keep a spare copy to be safe.

  • Along with the CLAT 2017 Admit Card printout, candidates will also be required to carry with them an identity proof document such as Aadhar Card, Voter ID Card, Driving License or Passport.

Click here to Download CLAT 2017 Admit Card

 

CLAT 2017 will be organised by CNLU Patna on May 14 and will offer admissions to 2352 undergraduate seats and 604 postgraduate programmes in 18 NLUs. The result of CLAT 2017 will be declared on May 29.

 

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