CLAT 2013 Cutoff: CLAT 2013 exam was over on May 2013, the students were so anxious about the cutoff of CLAT 2013. The cutoff is important for the candidates to know as it decides the chances of a student to get admission in his/her favourite institution. The results of CLAT 2013 were declared on May 31, 2013. The cut off of CLAT 2013 will be declared with the announcement of results. The students who get a score higher that the CLAT 2013 cutoff will be eligible to get admitted in any of the 14 National Law Universities depending on their rank.For any other information call CLAT Helpline : 011-40360360Click here for CLAT 2014 CutoffLast year cutoff for getting admissions in the participating National Law Universites was 111.25 for General Category candidates.
A centralized admission process was followed in CLAT 2013 where the admissions were provided to the students on the basis of merit-cum-preference.
The publication of allotment list of the candidates for CLAT 2013 is given below:
Publication of actual allotment list against first Provisional Allotment List
10 June, 2013
Second Provisional Allotment List
11 June, 2013
Publication of actual allotment list against second Provisional Allotment List
15 June, 2013
Third Provisional Allotment List
16 June, 2013
Publication of actual allotment list against third Provisional Allotment List
19 June, 2013
Fourth Provisional Allotment List with Waiting List
20 June, 2013
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CLAT is necessary to take admission in Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) and the university provides for reservation to J&K Migrants, but you will have to give CLAT in order to get admission in GNLU, however, it is not compulsory to give CLAT if you want to take admission in any other university in Gujarat. You have not provided the specific university/college in which you want to apply, i would suggest you check the website of the university you wish to apply and check the entrance criteria of that university. For your reference i have provided a list of Gujarat based universities who offer BA.LBB as a course,
As you know that cut-off for CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) is released by National University Of Study And Research In Law Ranchi. For all 21 participating institutes cut-offs are different which you can check by clicking the following link :
Previous Year Cut-off for CLAT
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