CLAT 2020 Pattern : 5 Key Changes


CLAT 2020, to be conducted on 10 May 2020 in an offline (pen & paper) mode across multiple cities in India, will have 5 key changes vis-a-vis earlier years.

CLAT is the entrance exam for admission to the UG law programs offered by the 21 National Law Universities of India.  CLAT is conducted by the Consortium of National Law Universities with the aim of improving the standard of legal education in the country and justice system through legal education. 

52 Private Universities accept CLAT score for admission into their 5 Year integrated law programs like B.A. LL.B and B.B.A. LL.B.

The changes introduced pertain to GK, Inferential Reasoning, English Comprehension, Quantitative mathematics calculation and reduction in number of questions. The overarching purpose of the Consortium of National Law Universities in bringing about these changes in the CLAT 2020 examination pattern is to reduce memory-based testing and instead to assess candidates on their ability to apply their mind, think contextually and rationally.

Click HERE to see the key changes introduced.


-- MEP News Bureau