CLAT 2021 Karnataka Students will have a 25% horizontal domicile reservation at NLSIU Bangalore

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CLAT 2021 Karnataka Students will have a 25% horizontal domicile reservation at NLSIU Bangalore

 

CLAT Domicile Reservation 2021: The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bangalore has produced a revised entrance notification, according to the most recent revisions. It contains provisions relating to the university's new reservation strategy and seat matrix. The institute has declared that it has initiated a 25% horizontal segmented reservation for Karnataka students, according to the revised notification. NLSIU Bangalore has joined the list of NLUs that offer domicile/state quota for admission to law programs by creating the “Karnataka Students” category. All applicants who intend to take advantage of the reservation must amend their online CLAT application form 2021 by selecting the ‘Karnataka Students' option under the Reservations page against NLSIU Bangalore. They should also maintain their study certificate(s) from their school(s) on hand to present at CLAT counseling/admission.

 

New NLSIU Seat Reservation Policy: According to NLSIU's new reservation policy for Karnataka students, the institute will henceforth offer 120 seats in the integrated BA LLB program, with 30 seats reserved exclusively for those who fall under the "Karnataka Students" category. The university has 50 places available in the LLM program. Ten seats will now be reserved for "Karnataka Students" under the new reservation rules. Take a look at the table for a better understanding-

 

NLSIU Bangalore New BA LLB seat matrix

 

Category

All India Students

Karnataka Students (25%)

Total

SC (15%)

13

5

18

General

70

23

93

ST (7.5%)

7

2

9

Total

90

30

120

 

NLSIU Bangalore New LLM seat matrix

 

Category

All India Students

Karnataka Students (25%)

Total

SC (15%)

6

2

8

General

28

10

38

ST (7.5%)

3

1

4

Total

37

13

50

 

The university's seat matrix has undergone major alterations as a result of the new reservation scheme. However, the total number of seats available at NLSIU Bangalore has remained the same. NLSIU Bangalore will continue to accept 120 students for the BA LLB (Hons) course and 50 students for the LLM course, as before. Except for National Law University, Jodhpur, and National Law University Delhi, practically all of the remaining NLUs are offering seats under the state quota/domicile category, according to the latest reports.

 

CLAT: The Common Law Admission Test is a national admissions test for law schools. A pen-and-paper entrance exam will be held on July 23rd. It is held for undergraduate and postgraduate law admissions at the 22 national law universities (NLUs) and other CLAT-affiliated law institutions and universities. The NLUs have around 2,622 places in 5-year integrated law programs and over 750 seats in LLM programs.

 

CLAT Eligibility for UG courses: In order to take the CLAT exam for UG course admissions, candidates must complete the following requirements:

  • Candidates must pass a national or state educational authority-administered Class 12 or equivalent test.
  • Candidates in the General/Other Backward Class (OBC)/Specially-abled category must score a minimum of 45 percent, while candidates in the Scheduled Class (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST) category must score a minimum of 40 percent.
  • The Bar Council of India (BCI) has removed the upper and lower age restrictions for legal course admissions, hence there is no upper age limit for CLAT 2021.

 

CLAT Eligibility for PG courses: To take the CLAT exam for PG program admissions, candidates must complete the following eligibility requirements:

  • A law degree from a respectable university is required.
  • You must get a minimum of 50% in your aggregate if you are in the General/OBC/Specially-abled category, and a minimum of 45 percent in your aggregate if you are in the SC/ST category.
  • There is no upper age limit for CLAT candidates.
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