Aspirants who are receptive to making modifications to their CLAT 2022 application form will have to endure the procedure by today, the 11th of May in 2022.
CLAT Application Form of 2022: The Consortium of National Law Universities will shut down the application modification procedure for the Common Law Admission test today, on the 11th of May in 2022.
Competitors who want to make modifications to their CLAT of 2022 application entry exam will have to endure the procedure by today themselves. Those candidates who have already resigned their CLAT application form for the entrance exam in 2022 but have not yet compensated the fees are supposed to make the fee and finalize the enrollment/ registration procedure by 11:59 pm today. The CLAT of 2022 registration/ enrollment procedure concluded on the 9th of May in 2022 at the authorized website.
Aspirants who were willing to revise their test center choice and wish to finalize the registration/enrollment procedure by contracting the exam fees are obliged to go to the indicated authorized website by 11:59 on the 11th of May in 2022. The exam, CLAT administration has explained in a report that they will not go to accept any petition for modification in the test center application form for CLAT of 2022 after passing over the deadline.
“Request to make the fee after 11:59 PM, 11th of May in 2022 will not be assessed. Aspirants are petitioned to complete all the forms well in time and prevent last-moment difficulties,” an official report reads.
CLAT of 2022 exam will be supervised on the 19th of June in 2022 between 2 pm and 4 pm for both postgraduate and undergraduate law programs.
The Common Law Admission Test/exam (CLAT) is a national category entrance exam for aspirants who voluntarily seek postgraduate and undergraduate law programs proposed by a total of 22 National Law colleges all over the country. CLAT is governed by the Consortium of National Law Universities comprising the representative colleges.
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