WB NUJS Entrance Exam
Dr. Ambedkar Bhavan,
12, LB Block, Sector III, Salt Lake City
Kolkata - 700098
The NUJS is taking lead over the other universities of India and having the recognized position in the educational field. The NUJS is providing a complete platform for having secure future and providing high quality education to the aspiring candidates. The candidates are pursuing various study stuffs by the well qualified and excellence faculty members that overcome the drawbacks of the candidates. The candidates are having all sorts of facility from the University. Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is one such gateway through which students is admitted to the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS). Out of 12 national law universities in India, it is the one. The institute was established by the West Bengal Legislature under WBNUJS Act, 1999. It is one of the most reputed universities of India as a national law university.In Kolkata, National University of juridical Sciences is located. Among the many courses of law, the institute provides 5-year BA LLB and B.Sc. LLB courses to it candidates.
Candidates with a minimum of 50% (45% or the candidates under reservation quota) marks in aggregate in the 10+2 or its equivalent is required. The candidates appearing for the exam of class 12 in 2011 are also eligible. There is also age restriction of maximum 20 years (22 years for the reserved category) before 1 July of the appearing year.
As it accepts the CLAT examination, scores the CLAT syllabus will be applicable and no specific syllabus is maintained for the entrance exam of WB NUJS. The topics, which are covered, are:
- General Knowledge/Current Affairs
- Elementary Mathematics
- Legal Aptitude
- Logical Reasoning
- English Comprehension
The candidates have to fill an application form for enrolling their names for the entrance test. The test taken by the NUJS followed by their rules and regulations mentioned already in application form. The candidates have to post it within the date and at the right address.
Candidates are required for the CLAT as the admission to the NUJS is done through the CLAT. CLAT forms can also be obtained from any of the designated branches of Indian Bank, State Bank of India, or from any of the participating National Law Schools. Forms are also available on the website www.clat.ac.in Forms of CLAT can also be obtained from the CLAT office sending a post of demand draft along with the request for the form