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CLAT Common Law Admission Test is a National Level Examination conducted for admission in the 17 National Law Universities (NLUs) of India. It is accepted for admission to the following courses- five years integrated LL.B. and B.A. LL.B., B.Com LL.B. and BSc L.L.B programs each year. CLAT 2016 was conducted on May 7, 2017 and almost 49000 candidates took part in the CLAT Registration.
The CLAT Result was declared on May 21, 2017. CLAT Cutoff indicates the cutoff score for ranking in the merit list. Candidates will be allotted seats on the basis of their ranks in 17 NLUs in the country.
The conducting body does not declare a common CLAT cut off. The CLAT Cutoff is declared by the 17 National Law Universities (NLUs). The CLAT Cutoff depends on multiple factors such as difficulty level of the paper, availability of seats, average marks scored in the test and total test population. The candidates have to qualify the CLAT Cutoff in order to be eligible for the CLAT Counselling in the participating universities.
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Below is a table that states the CLAT Cut off set by the various participating institutes for the year 2011 which the CLAT aspirants can check to know the trends in the cutoffs over the years.
|G NLU, Gandhinagar||138-148|
|RML NLU, lucknow||137-147|
|RG NLU, Patiala||136-145|
|C NLU, Patna||136-140|