The CLAT 2022 first seat allotment result has been announced by the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLU) today, June 30, 2022. Shortlisted candidates will have to complete their admission process by July 2, 2022.
How to check CLAT 2022 merit list?
Candidates registered for CLAT counselling can check and download the merit list by following the steps given below:
- Visit the official website of CLAT – consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
- Login using mobile number and password
- Check the allotment status to know about the allotted NLU
Options to exercise after CLAT 2022 first seat allotment:
If any candidate has been allotted a seat in the first merit list, they need to complete the below-mentioned process by July 2, 2022 before 9 PM.
Accept CLAT 2022 allotment:
Candidates can accept the allotted seats done in first seat allotment. If they book their seats in first seat allotment they will not be allowed to participate in further seat allotments. They will have to pay fees to the allotted NLUs to book their seats.
Apply for revise:
The revise option is available to those candidates who are not interested in the NLU allotted to them. It allows the candidate to choose any other national law university from the NLU preference given by them. If the candidates want to revise they need to pay the NLU fees to the allotted university and upload the documents.
Exiting CLAT 2022 allotments:
Candidates can choose to exit from CLAT 2022 seat allotment lists. If they choose to do that, they will not be considered for any further allotments.
Documents to be upload for CLAT 2022 counselling:
Candidates who accept the seat or apply for upgrade will have to upload their documents by logging into the registration portal. Candidates need to contact the university to know about the documents required for admission.