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CLAT 2019 Results Declared: Saumya Singh Rank 1, Harsh Tomar Rank 2, Anurag Tiwari Rank 3

CLAT 2019 results have been declared!

Congratulations to all those who cracked the mother of all law entrance tests!

The top NLUs will provide a great lawnch-pad for your career.

To those who did not make it, worry not!

What you do in the next 5 years is important. Stay on a path that includes sincerity, hard-work, exploration, and a healthy dose of fun, and you will do well.

Do read our CEO Tanuj Kalia’s book ‘Law as a Career’ (published by LexisNexis) to see what the law school life (and the life beyond that) has in store for you.

The 53 general seats of NLSIU, Bangalore are closing at rank 54 making it the top preference of CLAT aspirants.

NALSAR Hyderabad is the clear 2nd preference, with its 62 general category seats closing at Rank 120.

69 general category seats of NUJS, Kolkata are close at rank 203 making the 3rd most preferred option.

NLU Jodhpur’s 75 general category seats are close at rank 294, while NLIU Bhopal’s 60 general category seats are closing at rank 380 making them the 4th and the 5th preferred NLUs respectively.

To check your score, see the score-card here.

The provisional list for all the colleges is here.

Some of you might be stressed about which college you’ll be getting. Following the CLAT consortium website regularly for updates. If you are targeting some specific private colleges, follow their website religiously too.

If you think a college’s website is not being updated regularly, do follow-up on phone as well.

If any CLAT aspirant requires any help, please do call us at 9711850703. 

We’ll be happy to help.



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