All You Want To Know About NLAT For Admission To NLSIU

first_imgNews UpdatesAll You Want To Know About NLAT For Admission To NLSIU Akshita Saxena5 Sep 2020 10:32 PMShare This – xOn Thursday, the National Law School of India University, Bangalore announced that it will hold a separate entrance examination for admission to Academic Year 2020-21 (both UG & PG), namely— National Law Admission Test (NLAT). NLSIU shall not accept CLAT 2020 scores. Here are all the relevant details pertaining to the exam: Exam Date: September 12, 2020 Exam Time: Yet to…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginOn Thursday, the National Law School of India University, Bangalore announced that it will hold a separate entrance examination for admission to Academic Year 2020-21 (both UG & PG), namely— National Law Admission Test (NLAT). NLSIU shall not accept CLAT 2020 scores. Here are all the relevant details pertaining to the exam: Exam Date: September 12, 2020 Exam Time: Yet to be notified Exam Mode: Home-Based Online examination Total Intake: 120 Last Date to apply: September 10 (midnight) Applications may be submitted online at: https://admissions.nls.ac.in/ Application Fee: Rs. 150 for General/ PWD category candidatesRs. 125 for SC/ ST candidates Eligibility: 45% or equivalent grade in 10+2 for General Category/ PWD candidates40% or equivalent grade in 10+2 for SC/STNote: There is no upper age limit to apply Technical/ System Requirements Since NLAT is a “home-based” exam, the University has prescribed following technical requirements for candidates’ computer systems: Device: Desktop computers/ Laptops only (no tablets/ mobile phones)Software: Window 7 or above (Windows 10 recommended) · Browser: Google Chrome only (84.0.4147.135 or later) · Extensions: Candidates must download and install Safe Assessment Browser Tool (registered candidates shall be provided a link to download the SAB tool in advance of the examination) · Internet Bandwidth: Minimum 1 MBPS Hardware Requirements · Integrated webcam mandatorily required (minimum resolution of 640×480) · Integrated microphone mandatorily required (Use of wired/ wireless headphones/ earphones/ other audio devices shall not be permitted) Other System Settings · Pop-up blockers on the web browser must be disabled · Java Script must be enabled · Antivirus must be disabled · System time should be is set in accordance with Indian Standard Time Other System Configurations Processor: Core 2 Duo and aboveProcessor speed: 1.5 GHz and aboveRAM: 1 GB minimum Syllabus English LanguageCurrent Affairs Including General KnowledgeLegal ReasoningLogical ReasoningQuantitative Techniques Question Paper Format Total no. of Questions: 40 (4 General Comprehension passages, each accompanied by 10 questions; The 10 questions with each passage will have 2 questions each from the 5 subjects)Maximum Marks: 80 marksMedium: EnglishQuestion Type: Objective, i.e. Multiple Choice Questions Exam Duration: 45 minutes Marking Scheme +2 marks per correct answer-0.25 marks per unanswered question -0.50 marks per wrong answer Exam Rules Not an open book examinationCandidates will only have 1 attempt at each questionCandidates will not be able to revisit a question once they have moved on to another question Note 1: NLSIU has published sample questions for the NLAT 2020 UG. Online Mock tests for the UG and PG tests will also be held soon. Note 2: A Helpdesk has also been established to support candidates: [email protected] Click Here To Download Admission Notice Click Here To Download Technical Requirements Next Storylast_img read more