CLAT 2022: First merit list to be released today

The National Law Universities (NLU) will release their first CLAT 2022 provisional merit list on their official website – consortiumofnlus.ac. On June 30, 2022.

Eligible applicants will have three options: they can lock their seats, request an upgrade based on their preferences, or decide to forgo the application process altogether. They won’t be able to participate in the subsequent rounds, though, if they decide to withdraw from the competition. Candidates must upload specific documents and pay a fee for promotion. Candidates should visit the official website of NLU to get more information about this procedure.

The 2022 CLAT exam was held on June 19, results announced on June 24, and registration for counseling ended on June 27. The Foundation is currently compiling 5 lists to allocate temporary seats. Along with many other law schools and institutions, 22 NLUs will accept the degrees.

How to get to the merit list

Step 1: Visit consortiumofnlus.ac.in, the official website of the NLU, to view the provisional merit list for CLAT 2022.

Step 2: Click on the “Download first temporary benefit list” link on the main page.

Step 3: Choose an option and enter your login information.

Step 4: After entering the login details, the merit list will most likely appear on your screen

The second merit list is scheduled to be released by the NLU on July 7, the third on July 12, the fourth provisional list on July 16, and the last on July 19.

This year’s CLAT was held on June 19 and results were announced on June 24. The association reported that 60,895 people had registered for the exam overall, and 56,472 people had already attended CLAT 2022. On June 27, 2022. For seat assignment, applicants who successfully completed their counseling registration process will be considered.

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