CLAT 2024: Gandhi National Law University has introduced a domicile reservation category, view the notice PDF here.



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CLAT 2024: The Consortium of National Law Universities has introduced a reservation category for the domicile of candidates from Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu (DNH and DD) at Gandhi National Law University, Silvassa, for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). The notice states, “For the UG and PG programs, a ‘Domicile Reservation’ category has been added. Residents of the Union Territory of DNH and DD are eligible for consideration under this reservation category. Eligible candidates can update their details on the CLAT portal.”

Registration is ongoing for CLAT 2024, which is the entrance exam for admission to 22 NLUs and other participating universities. Candidates need to submit their CLAT application forms online on the official website As per the schedule, the CLAT 2024 exam will be conducted on December 3.

How to Update Reservation Category in CLAT 2024 Form?

The Consortium has announced step-by-step instructions for updating the reservation category for candidates opting for Gandhi National Law University, Silvassa, under the GNLU option. Candidates should also refer to the GNLU update information brochure on the official website. The steps to update the reservation category are as follows:

Step 1: Visit the official website:

Step 2: Log in to your CLAT candidate account

Step 3: Click on the “Edit Application” button

Step 4: Navigate to the reservation tab under GNLU, Silvassa

Step 5: For the question – Are you a resident of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu? Answer “Yes” and select the reservation category you wish to claim from the dropdown menu provided

Step 6: Click the “Submit” button to save the changes

View CLAT 2024 Notification PDF here.

Revised CLAT 2024 Exam Pattern for UG Programs

The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLU) has made some changes to the exam pattern of the CLAT undergraduate (UG) law courses. According to the revised exam pattern, officials have reduced the number of questions in CLAT 2024. However, there will be no changes to the curriculum and exam pattern for PG programs.

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