CLAT 2018: Vacant Seats at National Law Universities

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The process of CLAT 2018 which was held on May 13, 2018 for admissions to Law programs at 19 National Law Universities across the country, comes to final closure. However, despite three lists notified by CLAT this year, many National Law Universities are struggling to fill their seats, including NLUs like RMLNLU, NLUO, HNLU etc.

The official process of CLAT comes to close and now it is onto the respective National Law Universities, to notify and fill the vacant seats, if any. This year 13 National Law Universities have notified for vacant seats after the closure of admission process by CLAT. The students can apply online through the respective websites of the NLUs, in case they meet the eligibility conditions as laid down by the respective NLU for applying against the vacant seats.

Below is the list of NLUs who have notified the vacancy of the seats:

UniversityLocationGeneralSCSTPwDWeblink
NLUOCuttack201274Know More
GNLUGandhinagar714NAKnow More
RGNULPatialaAvailableAvailableAvailableAvailableKnow More
RMLNLULucknow13Domicile(01)Domicile(01) Know More
HNLURaipur1122 Know More
CNLUPatnaAvailableDomicile(01) AvailableKnow More
NUALSKochiAvailableAvailableAvailableAvailableKnow More
DSNLUVishakhapatnam23Domicile(4)NIL Know More
NUSRLRanchiAvailableAvailableAvailable Know More
NLUJAGuwahatiAvailable   Know More
TNNLSTrichiAvailableAvailableAvailable Know More
MNLUNagpurAvailable   Know More
MNLUAurangabadAvailableDomicileDomicileAvailableKnow More

 

The admission against vacant seats is on the basis of ranks and if shown interest through relevant channel before the last date as applicable.

Candidates willing to take admissions in the current academic season must ensure to apply before the deadline. It is advised that students check the rank eligibility before applying to any National Law University before showing the interest in admission.

Best Wishes,

Team LST

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I wonder how data on clat is being given to other people. Each day we receive so many emails and unsolicited SMS from colleges and universities. Very poor data security.

     

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