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Welcome to Study Campus, the campus that offers accessibility to the students looking for a challenging career ahead. We pave the path that leads to the most desirable career opportunity of the current educational aura i.e. Law. Our Classroom & Online CLAT Coaching Classes let the aspiring candidates explore the passionate profession of becoming a law executive.Law Exam

We follow unique and creative methodologies to raise a candidate’s confidence level and prepare him for the challenging and competitive examination of Law entrance named with the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Our coaching classes for CLAT in Mumbai take you to the exploring world of UG/PG courses offered by National Law Universities.

What is CLAT?

CLAT is the entrance doorway that takes you to explore the world of undergraduate and post-graduate programs of law offered by National Law Universities. Following the challenging aura surmounting the education field, Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is the National level common entrance exam that is conducted by the NLU to find the most eligible candidate to handle the legal system carefully and efficiently.

Students can easily get admission to the UG/PG courses, depending upon the merit list and eligibility criteria. The CLAT coaching institute in Mumbai supports the aspiring candidates through the upgraded study material and outstanding teaching aids have done through expert and experienced faculty.

Important dates of CLAT 2020

Highlights of CLAT 2020

Exam Level National
Conducting Body National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi
Official Website www.clat.ac.in
Exam Periodicity Yearly
Online application form releases 01 Jan 2020
Last date to submit the application form 31 Mar 2020
Publication of Official Answer Key 11 May 2020
Result declaration on 24 May 2020
Exam Date May 10, 2020, Sunday)
Application Mode Online
Exam Mode Offline i.e. pen-paper mode
NLUs seat intake 2984 – Check

Eligibility Criteria For CLAT:

Eligibility criteria for CLAT differs a little for both UG and PG courses. Let’s see how:

UG courses: For students applying for under-graduate level need to fulfill the below-mentioned obligations:

    • For applicants belonging to unreserved/OBC/Specially Abled Persons/NRI/NRI Sponsored Categories – A pass in 10+2 or an equivalent examination with a minimum of 45% marks.
    • For applicants belonging to SC/ST categories – A pass in 10+2 or an equivalent examination with a minimum of 40% marks
    • Candidates appearing in the 10+2 examination in March/April, 2018 can also apply for the CLAT 2018 examination.

Note: The candidate will be required to produce proof of the minimum qualifying marks at the time of admission, failing which he will be denied the admission.

  • There is no upper age-limit for applying for the upcoming CLAT 2018 examination.

PG Courses: Students applying for post-graduate courses must fulfill the below-mentioned requirements:

    • For candidates belonging to the unreserved/OBC/Specially Abled Persons/NRI/NRI Sponsored Categories – An LL.B degree or an equivalent examination with a minimum of 55% of marks scored in the final year.
    • For candidates belonging to SC/ST categories – An LL.B degree or an equivalent examination with a minimum of 50% marks scored in the final year.
    • Candidates appearing in the final year LL.B examination in April/May 2018 can also apply for the postgraduate courses.

Note: The candidate will be required to produce proof of the minimum qualifying marks at the time of admission, failing which he will be denied the admission.

  • There is no upper age-limit for applying for the upcoming CLAT 2018 examination.

Nationality: For applicability into CLAT, aspirant can only be Indian or NRI.

CLAT Exam Pattern:

Total Marks: 200
Number of Questions: 200
Duration: 2 hours
Negative marking for every incorrect answer 1/4th marks will be cut.

Examination pattern for CLAT:

  • Elementary English               – 40 Marks
  • General Knowledge               –  50 Marks
  • Elementary Mathematics   –  20 Marks (10th Level)
  • Legal Aptitude                        – 50 Marks
  • Logical Reasoning                 –  40 Marks

Question Pattern for CLAT

  • Multiple Choice Questions  – 50 marks
  • 10 Short type questions –  50 marks
  • Two Essay type Questions – 50 Marks Each

Why choose us for CLAT Coaching?

For best coaching classes in Mumbai, you should choose us because:

  • We carry well-structured infrastructure with well-managed faculty to teach the students with the best-in-hand study material and teaching methods.
  • We own a team of highly qualified and proficient faculty who own years of experience in serving the Law field with records of every if-an-but of the field.
  • Our specified study material is molded with the right strategically planning under the supervision of the experienced faculty who own specialization in the said field.
  • We offer 99% success rate through our unique and interactive teaching module.

Top Classroom & Online Coaching Classes for CLAT in Mumbai:

Study Campus offers the top coaching classes for the CLAT exam in Mumbai with a success rate of 99%. We not only offer coaching to clear the exam rather help the students in gaining a dynamic personality through continuous motivation and guidance related to their personality development. We counter and resolve every little hurdle face by the students in their journey towards entry into the challenging Law environment.

FAQ

What is the benefit of CLAT?

CLAT stands for Common Law Admission Test. This entrance test helps you to get admission to any of the National Law Universities of the country according to the rank. NLUs are the top law institutions in the country.

Is there negative marking in CLAT?

CLAT examination consists of 150 questions which are of class 12th level. For both the UG and PG examinations, candidates are awarded one mark for each correct answer while 0.25 marks are subtracted for each incorrect answer.

What is the passing mark for CLAT?

There is no specific passing or qualifying marks for CLAT. Each year, the cutoff changes, and if a candidate scores equal to or more than the cut-off, then he or she can easily get into any of the National Law Universities of India.

Is the CLAT exam tough?

No, the CLAT examination is not tough. If prepared in the right way from the start, you can easily clear the cut off the top law colleges. You need to have a strong base in the current affairs and general knowledge section as most of the questions are asked from these subjects.

How many seats are there in CLAT?

There are separate seat allotments for post-graduation law admissions and undergraduate law admission through CLAT. The allotment of seats changes every year. There are 507 seats for pos graduates while 2300 for under graduates.

Can I prepare for CLAT in 4 months?

Yes, four months is more than enough for clearing CLAT entrance with good grades. You have to be consistent from the beginning. For proper guidance and expert advice, you can join Study Campus, one of the best coaching centers in Mumbai.

Is maths compulsory for CLAT?

There are no such criteria that mention Mathematics as a compulsory subject to be eligible to sit for the CLAT examination. Students from any stream are it humanities, commerce or science can sit for the examination.

How much percentage is required for CLAT?

If the question means how much percentage is required to be eligible for the examination, then it is 45%. General category students must have at least 45% marks in their class 12th while SC and ST must have 40% for the same.

Is CLAT a good career option?

Through CLAT, one can get into some of the best law universities or colleges of India. Law is definitely a good career option nowadays. Most of the students choose law as their stream now. They can further get into the judiciary, job opportunities in law firms, litigation and practice, etc.


Our CLAT Coaching Institute in Andheri, Borivali and Thane location:

ANDHERI CENTRE
407/B, Vertex Vikas Building,
Metro Gate Exit # 4,
Above Anupam Stationery,
Andheri (East). Mumbai : 400069
Mobile No. – 99-30-47-66-36
Phone No. – 022-4123-7666

BORIVALI CENTRE
Office No. 04, D Wing,
3rd Floor, GoraGandhi Apartment,
Above Gora Gandhi Hotel, Chandavarkar Lane,
Opposite Borivali (W) Railway Station
Mobile No. – 98-92-91-97-60
Phone No. – 022-4123-7666

THANE CENTRE
401 & 2, Fourth Floor, Krishna Plaza,
Above Krishna Sweets, Jan Kalyan
Bank, Next to Ganesh Tower,
Shivaji Path, Opposite Thane
Railway Station (W) 400601
Mobile No. –  79-0000-50-77
Phone No. – 022-4123-7666