CLAT is a centralised test for admission to 21 National Law Universities in India.
Only Indian nationals and NRIs can appear in the CLAT (Common Law Admission Test)
The test is conducted by the 21 participating law schools in rotation.
Here are both Under Graduate Courses and Post Graduate Courses For The CLAT.
Legal profession has undergone a strategic change over the last few decades in India. Over the years, law has become one of the most popular and promising career options for aspiring students. From the traditional three year law course offered for graduates, the last three decades have seen a spurt of students opting for five year law courses after 12th. These five year law courses instill the qualities of legal profession right from an early stage. All the national law universities were set up following the success of watershed experiment in the legal education done in 1987 by introducing the 5 year integrated LLB programme after class 12th at India’s first national law school, NLSIU, Banglore.
Qualified teachers who have passed out from prestigious Indian Law Institute & National Law Universities.