Ask the experts - FAQ
  • 1. What is the CLAT?

    CLAT is conglomeration of 15 National law Schools across the country. It is a gateway entrance for NLUs similar to JEE does for IITs & CAT does for IIMs.

  • 2. What is the Eligibility required?

    To be eligible to appear in CLAT, a candidate should have obtained a 10+2 or its equivalent certificate from a recognized board with not less than 45% marks in aggregate (40% in case of SC & ST candidates) and should be below 20 years of age as on 1st July (22 years in case of SC & ST).Candidates who are appearing in respective year can also apply. Candidate from all discipline can apply. The paper is evenly balanced so as to not give any stream a complete edge over the other. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother’s keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who would attempt to poison and destroy My brothers. And you will know My name is the Lord when I lay My vengeance upon thee.

  • 3. How long is the programme?

    The most demanded format is the five year integrated program and the most commonly degree awarded is BA LLB. BBA LLB, BSC LLB and BCOM LLB have also come up due to huge demand in the profession.

  • 4. Are the programmes offered at NLUs residential?

    Yes, they have compulsory hostel stay during the five years tenure, some university like WBNUJS, Kolkata has an option of day scholar as well.

  • 5. What is the fee structure of different NLUs?

    A. The fees at NLUs varies from university to university ranging from Rs, 1 lakh to 2 lakhs, one can avail educational loan easily for the program. However an education at National Law University shall allow you to earn the entire fees in couple of months.

  • 6. Are there reservations in NLUs?

    A. Yes, All NLUs have reservation for SCs & STs & OBCs,some university also have regional quota & reservation for women, wards of defense personal and NRI sponsored candidate.

  • 7. Can I prepare simultaneously for Board & CLAT?

    A.CLAT is not a voluminous paper but one which requires consistent input. This is not a very tough exam but highly competitive, if organized properly, one can definitely take the Boards & CLAT simultaneously.

  • 8. How do I appear for CLAT & other Law entrances?

    A. The form usually comes in the beginning of January and available online and all other entrance forms come in between January to march.

  • 9. What will be the career options after completing a LAW course?

    A. National Law schools allow diverse options nationally & internationally with handsome perks and social prestige. For more details refer to our brochure.

  • 10. Are NLUs the only ideal destinations for pursuing a Law Course?

    A. Not exactly. Definitely,  NLUs are prestigious and provide an ideal launch pad for your career in law. But there are other good institutions as well like Symbiosis, Jindal, ICFAI, UPES and many more.

  • 11. Where do I Prepare?

    A.CLAT is one entrance which is tough to prepare at home. One should go to an experienced Institute having relevant materials and Experienced Faculties.

  • 12. Why Prime?

    A. Prime with all adequate inputs also takes care of students on a personal level with a mere objective to place each and every student.

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