The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) has officially released the results for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2024, the pivotal entrance examination for individuals seeking admission into undergraduate and postgraduate law programs across the country. As of now, candidates who participated in either CLAT UG or CLAT PG 2024 can access their results by logging in to the official website, consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
To check the CLAT result for 2024, candidates are instructed to follow a simple step-by-step process. They must log in to the CLAT examination website, click on the CLAT 2024 link prominently displayed on the right top of the home page, and then fill in the necessary information, such as mobile number and password. After completing these steps, a new window will open, prompting candidates to input their CLAT Application Number/Admit Card Number and Date of Birth to access and verify their CLAT scorecard. The result page can be downloaded and saved for future reference.
Moving forward, the National Law Universities (NLUs) will conduct the admissions process for the five-year integrated UG and PG programs starting in the academic year 2024-25, based on the CLAT 2024 scores. Details regarding the admissions and counseling process are anticipated to be officially notified on December 11. Successful candidates will be eligible to apply for the online counseling process, with registrations scheduled to take place from December 12 to 22.
The CLAT exam was conducted on December 3, 2024, at 139 test centers spread across 25 states and Union Territories. Impressively, 97.03% of registered candidates participated in the CLAT UG exam, while 93.92% took part in the PG exam. Notably, out of the candidates who appeared for CLAT 2024, 57% are females, 43% are males, and there are 6 transgender candidates.
In summary, the release of CLAT 2024 results marks a crucial milestone for aspiring law students, and the upcoming notifications about admissions and counseling will guide the next steps for successful candidates in pursuing their legal education.