National Law University, Cuttack
CLAT is the entrance exam for the admission to 5 years Integrated law program & LLM (PG) program. CLAT is not for the admission to three years law program, If you want to apply for CLAT entrance exam then you can apply as there is no any age limit.
Dear aspirant. Hope you are doing good. I would like to tell you that National Law University is considered to be one of the best university in India to study Law. It is a very challenging job to get a seat there. If you are the lucky one, don't give a second thought. You should aim for top NLU, but still if you get the chance to be in any of the NLU, don't drop it. The placements are top notch of NLU's. It is a brad that every corporate firm looks for since the students who pass from these colleges are highly trained and knowledgable. I hope you found this answer helpful. Good luck.
NLU does not offer three years Law programme. It offers only 5 years Integrated law programme & PG LLM programme.
If you wish to take to take the admission for three years law programme then there are many universities like Faculty of Law Delhi University, Banars Hindu University etc.offer the programme, The admission eligibility varies college to college.
NLU admission is through CLAT Entrance Exam. As per the eligibility, You should have a minimum of 45% marks in the qualifying degree and SC & ST candidates need 40% marks in 10+2.
The cutoff varies every year of each NLU depending on the various factors such as No. of candidates appeared for the exam, Difficulty level of the exam, Performance of the candidates, etc.
As per 2019 cutoff, The third round Opening rank of NLSIU Bangalore is 58 as General category.
To check the other NLU cutoff to go through with the given below link.
Dear Sara, even before things move to admission process, for you to be eligible for CLAT, you should have secured a minimum aggregate of 45%. It is 45% for General and OBC Categories and its 40% for Reserved Categories. And unfortunately, the aggregate cannot be rounded off to the nearest digit. You have to earn it rightfully if we may say so. You have to appear for improvement exams to secure the required aggregate. It is tough to sit for improvement exams just for few decimals but unfortunately that is the only way you can be eligible for CLAT and seek admission even if it is a private institution.
At the time of the form filling of CLAT, you'll have options in which universities you prefer to take admission, you just need to fill that in the order of preference and this will be among 21 national law universities that takes part in admission through CLAT. However, if you want to take admission in private universities that accept CLAT scores, you have to apply separately for this one.
Now, if you wish to apply for NLU, Delhi then you need to fill a separate form for its entrance exam and that's AILET as NLU, Delhi conducts its own entrance test.Admission to NLU, Delhi is not based on CLAT scores but AILET scores.
Hello Karthik, NLU would be a better choice than Jindal law school because students in NLUs are selected through CLAT which is a very tough test to clear. So, NLU students would be much more smarter than Jindal Law school students because they would be studying in a University in which all of the students would have taken admission through the national level CLAT exam. Jindal Law school might be better than some of the low ranked and new NLUs but overall you should select NLU if you have a choice.
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