CLAT 2020: Those with 50% marks will also be able to apply for PG course: There has been a change in the minimum educational qualification to apply online for admission to the LLM course for Combined Law Entrance Examination (CLAT-2020). Under this, students who have passed LLB with 50 per cent marks will also be able to apply.
Also, the National Law University Consortium has made it mandatory to bring 40% marks in the first question paper of CLAT for admission in LL.M. The National Law University Consortium has made substantial changes to CLAT-2020. On one hand, where he decided to conduct the entrance examination online, on the other hand, the format of the question paper has been changed extensively.
Qualifying will be objective
As per the decision taken in the General Body meeting on 6 January, it will be mandatory to pass the first question paper (objective question paper) of CLAT for admission to LL.M. For this, the student has to score 40 percent. Only then the second question paper (descriptive question paper) will be evaluated and then merit will be celebrated.
Reduction of 5 percentage points
Till now it was mandatory to pass LLB with 55% marks for admission to LL.M. Now it has been reduced by 5 percentage points. According to this, students who score 50% in LLB can also sit in the CLAT for admission in LL.M. For SCST students 45% marks are required in LLB.