CLAT 2018 was organized on 13th May in accordance to shortlist candidates for admission in BA LLB [Hons], BSc LLB [Hons], BBA LLB [Hons], BCom LLB [Hons] and LLM programs offered at the National Law Universities [NLUs]. CLAT UG exam pattern is such that candidates need to attempt 200 multiple choice questions in two hours duration whereas in CLAT PG exam candidates need to solve 150 multiple choice questions in two hours duration. There are 19 NLUs in India and they are considered to be the best law schools in the nation. CLAT exam is organized on a rotational basis by these 19 NLUs. In accordance to secure admission in these 19 NLUs aspirants need to meet the cutoffs released by these NLUs for admissions.
Aspirants are informed that a total of 2,141 candidates were offered admission at the 19 NLUs basis their performance in CLAT 2018. As per CLAT third allotment list, a total of 928 girls and 1,213 boys secured seats at the NLUs. This means that around 43.34% seats have been secured by girls in CLAT 2018 which is a little more than 42% seats which were secured by girls in CLAT 2017. Also, girls are known to have performed very well in CLAT 2018 with more females finding a spot for them among the top 10 CLAT rank holders at the 19 NLUs as against boys. However, only 36 girls featured in the top 100 ranks of the law entrance exam.
Girls are known to have secured more seats than boys at NUALS Kochi, NLUJA Guwahati, DSNLU Visakhapatnam and TNNLS Trichy. On the other hand, only 51 girls secured admission at GNLU, Gandhinagar, which was way less than boys. The gender ratio was similar at RMLNLU, Lucknow and MNLU, Mumbai.
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