CLAT 2017: Important dates

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The exam date of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2017 has been published on the official website, clat.nic.in. The exam is scheduled to be held on May 14.

Here are the important dates:

- Last date to apply: March 31

- Download of admit cards: April 20

- Date of CLAT: May 14

- Date of uploading the answer keys: May 16

- Representation, if any, relating to exam, questions or key: May 17 to May 19

- Date for uploading the amended answer key (if required): May 25

- Declaration of results: May 29

- Publication of first indicative seat allocation list based on merit-cum-preference: June 5

- Dates for payment of counselling fee of Rs 50,000 and dates for locking of allotted seas or exercising option for shifting against indicative seat allocation list: June 6 to June 8

- Publication of second allotment list: June 12

- Dates for payment of counselling fee of Rs 50,000 and dates for locking of allotted seas or exercising option for shifting against indicative seat allocation list:  June 13 to June 14

- Publication of third allotment list: June 19

- Dates for payment of counselling fee of Rs 50,000 and dates for locking of allotted seas or exercising option for shifting against indicative seat allocation list: June 20 to June 21

- Last date for withdrawal from the admission process: June 21

- Publication of fourth allotment list: June 24

- Payment of full fees by the candidates whose names have appeared in the fourth allotment list to the NLUs where their names appeared: June 28 to June 30

- Candidates to complete the admission formalities at the allotted NLUs for admission against allotment list: June 28 to June 30

- Dates for receiving status of admissions from the participating NLU (s) in the CLAT office: July 4

- Date of closure of admission process by CLAT 2017 office: July 6

NOTE: After the closure of CLAT 2017, vacancy if any, in any NLU will be filled by the respective NLUs at their own level from the CLAT 2017 list in order of merit as per the rules and regulations of the eighteen participating NLUs.

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