CLAT 2014 Exam Scheme and Syllabus

The notification for conduction of CLAT for 2014 is been issued by GNLU. The application form will be available from 01 Jan. The regarding the exam are already shared in the previous article, so let’s see the syllabus and exam pattern for CLAT 2014.

Exam Pattern

1. Undergraduate

The question paper for undergraduate exam will be of objective type. The question paper is designed keeping in mind the level of 12th appeared candidate. Questions will be asked on the following subjects;

• English & Comprehension – 40 Marks
• General knowledge & Current Affairs – 50 Marks
• Numerical Ability – 20 Marks
• Legal Aptitude – 50 Marks
• Logical Reasoning – 40 Marks

The exam will be of 200 marks and the duration of 2 hours will be provided to the candidate.
Note : There is a negative marking system for the exam. For each wrong answer 0.25 marks will be deducted from the respective section.

2.Post Graduate

The CLAT exam for admission to PG course will be of both Objective and Descriptive type. In descriptive type candidates will have to write the answers.

The exam will be of 150 marks with 50 marks of multiple choice questions and 100 marks on long easy type descriptive questions. In objective type the questions will be of 1 mark each.

The multiple choice questions cover all the subjects mentioned in UG with addition to questions on Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence. For each wrong answer 0.25 marks will be deducted.

In case of Descriptive paper, it contains 4 questions of 25 marks each pertaining to subject areas such as Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence.
Duration of 2 hours will be provided for both the sections.

Read More : SSC Examinations Schedule 2014
Important Dates

Availability of Application Forms – 01-01-2014
Last date for submission of Application form – 31-03-2014
Date of Exam – 11-05-2014 between 3 p.m to 5 p.m

Important links

Official Website –
Download Information Brochure –

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