Law Education in India CLAT 2010

Till 2007, Entrance examinations were the most popular mode of admitting students to most of the law courses in India. Law Entrance in India was done on the College level, different colleges and universities conduct different entrance examination to admit students to their courses.

In 2008, seven premier law institutes in India came together to streamline the admission process of admitting students to the 5-year LLB courses in India and reduce the burden of students of taking various entrance examinations, has signed a memorandum of conducting a Common Law Admission Test from the year 2008. In its first year, CLAT was conducted by National Law School of India University, Bangalore. In 2009, four other universities joined CLAT, which was conducted by NALSAR University Bangalore. In 2010, this test was conducted by national Law Institute University, Bhopal on May 09, 2010. Thus the CLAT 2011 would be the fourth time that this common law entrance test would be held in India along with other common admission tests like CAT, AIEEE etc.

The CLAT is of 2 hours duration, held between 3pm and 5 pm, consisting of objective type questions on Basic mathematics, English language, General awareness, and legal and logical reasoning.

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