The Bar Council of India has revised the upper age limit for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2017. This is good news for candidates seeking admission in 3 years and 5 year LLB programmes.
For 3 years LLB course, the upper age limit has been increased from 30 to 45 years and for 5 years LLB course, the age limit has been changed from 20 to 22 years as an interim measure.
After creating a lot of confusion regarding the age eligibility for CLAT 2017, BCI conducted the decision in a general body meeting. The age restrictions were shared by the core committee of CLAT 2017 to be introduced from the coming academic session itself.
Check out: CLAT 2017 Eligibility
CLAT 2017 Age limit – Bar Council of India revised age limit for CLAT 2017
As per the revised eligibility, no candidate above the age of 20 years would be allowed to appear for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).
Candidates can check complete details for CLAT examination through the below given link. CLAT 2017 is scheduled to be conducted on May 14, 2017.
Check out: CLAT 2017 Notification and Dates
For any query, candidates are requested to check the official website .
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