By logging into their CLAT 2022 registered account, candidates can view the status of their allotment. Participants in the following round of counselling should be those who did not receive an allocation in the first round.
The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) has announced the allotment of CLAT 2022 seats on June 30, 2022. By July 2, 2022, shortlisted applicants must finish the admissions procedure.
Candidates can check their allotment status by logging into their CLAT registered account. Those who did not get allotment in the first round should participate in the next round of counselling.
The following options are available to students who have been shortlisted:
Accept allotted seat
It is not possible for a candidate to choose a higher seat if he/she accepts the allotted seat. Further changes will not be permitted. In order to accept the seat, the candidate must upload all the required documents on the website of NLU Consortium and pay the requisite fee to the NLU that has been assigned to them.
Apply for upgrade/revise
After reapplying in the subsequent list, a candidate may still keep the seat that has been allotted to them. Candidates will either keep their existing seat or, based on their preferences, be admitted to a higher NLU. Candidates who choose this option must additionally pay the costs and upload their supporting documentation.
Exiting the admission process
Exiting the process will result in the loss of the current seat and candidates will not be eligible for further rounds.
Candidates who choose not to take advantage of any of the aforementioned choices will not be admitted to any further rounds. Such applicants will be regarded as having dropped out of the admissions process. On July 7, 2022, the next round of seat allocation will be revealed.