If you are asking about the Undergraduate law programme, The admission is based on CLAT Exam score.
It offers B.A. /B.Sc. LL.B. (Hons.) as Under Graduate programme. To check the other programmes offered by the institute, You can go through with the given below link.
Here are some tips to increase your chances of cracking CLAT-
You cannot learn a thing you think you know ( - Poets of the Fall) - approach every problem as if it’s going to be a learning experience. Don’t refuse to learn from it assuming you already know all knowledge it has to offer.
Don’t let the fear of scoring bad in mocks or any other form of assessment demotivate you from assessing your progress - it is vital for you to track how good/bad you’ve been doing.
Don’t fear experimenting in your approach while taking mocks, this will help you develop an approach which best suits you.
Be thorough with your GK and current affairs, don’t let work pile up, study every single day. Don’t go through them as a burden, go through them as if you’re reading a story.
Take good care of your health during your preparation and eat a healthy nutritious diet. Do take proper rest, don’t deprive yourself of sleep. Health>Studies, only if you’re healthy you will be able to study efficiently.
Strike a perfect balance between speed and accuracy in your mocks, there is an inverse relation between the two, so be careful and don’t focus too much on one of them.
Dream big! If you set your goals ridiculously high and it's a failure, you will fail above everyone else's success. — James Cameron.
Don’t measure the duration of your study session. I see many people committing this “sin”. What matters is your quality and your temperament while you study, not the hours you can sit with a book in front of you.
Word hard play hard - Wiz Khalifa. Work, and also enjoy yourself, play some sport, read a book or a short story, hang out with friends, listen to music, etc. Studying all day long is counter productive. Take gaps, and do something constructive.
Hope you find it helpful
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Hello Shin Chan,
National Law University Odisha, Cuttack had announced the first CLAT 2019 Seat Allotment list on June 14, 2019. The second and third seat allotment for CLAT 2019 was released on June 23 and June 28 respectively.
Kindly go through the below link for more detailed information:
Hope it helps, in case of any further doubt please feel free to ask.
After the fourth or the last round of counselling, the NLUs with vacant seats will release a notification stating the number of vacant seats in their respective courses.The notification will also state the procedure to be followed, which is basically filling up an online form, or an offline form ,You'll get every information related to vacancies, starting from the number of vacant seats available to the list of candidates selected and the procedure to be followed post selection on the university's website,also as far as i know university itself lists vacant seats after final round of seat allotment and procedure for this is carried out by university itself, though still not to keep any 2nd thoughts i would also recommend you to contact WBJNUS authorities for the same too, though till 2018 procedure worked as stated above.
Hope this helps
The CLAT consortium of NLUs headed by NLU, Odisha, Cuttack has released the CLAT WBNUJS Kolkata 2019 cutoff on June 14, 2019. Candidates who have appeared for CLAT 2019 can check the cutoff list released by the university here. The cutoff of WBNUJS Kolkata is the minimum marks/rank required by a candidate to qualify for the admission to the institute.
CLAT is a common admission test conducted for the admission to the participating law schools which accept CLAT scores. Candidates who wish to seek admission to WBNUJS Kolkata must appear for CLAT 2019.
The WBNUJS Kolkata Cutoff 2019 is determined by the number of test takers, the average scores of the candidates, their category and rank along with the previous year’s cutoff.
For knowing the cutoffs of previous year go through the link below :
Hope this information helps.
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