CLAT PG 2018, an exam will be remembered for a lot of not-so-good things. From technical glitches to out-of-syllabus questions, all mishaps left the aspirants furious and frustrated after the exam.
So, this year, It has now been decided that CLAT will go Offline in 2019.
A press release stated, “Keeping in view that in last few years there have been glitches due to the fault of the service provider in the conduct of the online CLAT examination, the CLAT Consortium unanimously resolved that CLAT-2019 will be conducted Off-line. It was also resolved that as and when number of candidates taking up CLAT drastically increases or when admission to law colleges in the entire country would be based only on the CLAT score, the feasibility of online test will be considered.”
Also, Consortium of National Law Universities resolved that Subjective parts will be included in CLAT PG 2019. All the details regarding subjective part, expected pattern and syllabus care covered in the Video. Click the Link below to watch it.
What are the subjects to study for subjective part? Not only that how to study for the next month till the official notification is also talked about in the video. Click the link to know about it.
Live Law reported that the details of subjective portion would be figured out by the CLAT Executive Committee which consists of the Vice-Chancellor, NLSIU, Bangalore; Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR, Hyderabad; Vice-Chancellor, NLIU, Bhopal as ex-officio members; Vice-Chancellor, NLUO, Cuttack as Convenor, CLAT-2019 and Prof. Paramjit S. Jaswal, Vice-Chancellor, RGNUL, Patiala as nominee of the CLAT Convenor.