CLAT 2023 LLM Exam Pattern & Syllabus is released by The Consortium of NLUs on the official website. The syllabus for CLAM 2023 LLM includes topics like constitutional law, jurisprudence, administrative law, laws of contract, torts, family law, criminal law, property law. CLAT 2023 LLM exam is going to have 120 questions. As per the marking scheme, 1 mark is awarded for each correct answer and 0.25 marks deducted with every incorrect answer. Check CLAT 2023 Exam Pattern
Mentioned below is CLAT LLM 2023 Exam Pattern
|Mode||Offline - Pen and Paper|
|Duration||120 Minutes (2 Hours)|
|Sections||Objective/ Passage-based Questions|
|Nature of Questions||MCQ/ Essay Type|
|Number of Questions||120 questions|
Given below is the marking scheme for CLAT LLM 2023
|Total Marks||120 Marks|
|Marks Awarded||+1 for every correct answer in objective type|
|Negative Marking||-0.25 marks for every wrong answer|
|Unattended Questions||0 marks|
The questions for CLAT PG 2023 covers various topics at the undergraduate level. Topics asked during the exam include several different legal topics like Contract Law, Property Law, Family Law etc. The exam tests how the candidates can use their abilities to make legal arguments with their knowledge of laws.
|Section||Questions||Number of Questions||Marks Allotted|
|Section A|| |
|Section B|| |
Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR and Jurisprudence
|Section C||Law Topics and Contemporary Issues|
CLAT LLM 2023 Syllabus tests the candidate’s knowledge of the law at an undergraduate in both practical and theoretical knowledge. The different objective-type questions will be based on passages that will be provided.
Candidates appearing for CLAT 2023 LLM Exam need to have in-depth knowledge about the following topics:
|Administrative Law||Law of Contract|
|Criminal Law||Property Law|
|Company Law||Public International Law|
|Tax Law||Environmental Law|
|Labour & Industrial Law||Other Legal Areas|
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Given below are some books used by toppers when preparing for CLAT LLM Exams
|Constitutional Law||Indian Constitutional Law by||M.P. Jain|
|Jurisprudence||Introduction to Jurisprudence||Avtar Singh and Harpreet Kaur|
|Administrative Law||Administrative law by||I P Massey|
|Law of Contract||Contract Law in India||Akhileshwar Pathak|
|Torts||The Law of Torts||Ratanlal and Dhirajlal|
|Family Law||Modern Indian Family Law||Werner Menski|
|Criminal Law||The Code of Criminal Procedure||Ratanlal and Dhirajlal|
|Property Law||Property Law||Poonam Pradhan Saxena|
|Company Law||Company Law||B K Goyal|
|Public International Law||An Introduction to Public International Law||S. K. Verma|
|Tax Law||Kanga and Palkhivala's The Law and Practice of Income Tax||Jamshedji Behramji Kanga and Nanabhoy Palkhivala|
|Environmental Law||Indian Environmental Law: Key Concepts and Principles||Shibani Ghosh|
|Parameters||CLAT PG||AILET||DU LLM|
|Mode of Exam||Offline||Offline||Online|
|Number of Questions||102||150||100|
|Total Duration||2 Hours||1.5 hours||2 Hours|
|Type of Questions||Objective and subjective||Objective and Essay Type||Objective|
|Marking Scheme||+1 for every correct answer in objective type||+1 for every correct answer||4 marks for every correct answer|
|25 marks per Essay||25 marks per Essay|
|Negative Marks||-0.25 Marks for each wrong answer in objective type questions||-0.25 Marks for each wrong answer||-1 Marks for each wrong answer|
|Sectional Time Limit||None||None||None|
|Sections||Objective||Law of Torts||Law - Constitutional Law of India, Jurisprudence, Law of Contracts, Sale of Goods, Law of Torts, Consumer Protection, Criminal Law, Family Law, Public International Law, Intellectual Property Law, Cyber Law, Environment Law, Contemporary legal issues|
|Subjective||Constitutional Law, Law of Contracts, Criminal Law, International Law, Property Law, Family Law and Intellectual Property Law|
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Ques: Is CLAT 2023 LLM more useful than AILET?
Ans: CLAT 2023 is conducted by a consortium of NLUs for admissions for undergraduate and postgraduate courses to their college. AILET is conducted by NLU Delhi for higher education in law. AILET is more competitive with the shortage of seats, where CLAT provides admissions to different NLUs across the country.
Ques: Which language is CLAT 2023 LLM taken in?
Ans: CLAT 2023 LLM is conducted in English. There have not been any announcements of new language incorporation.
Ques: Does CLAT 2023 LLM have any new changes?
Ans: No new changes have been announced by the conducting body.
Ques: Is CLAT 2023 LLM exam tough?
Ans: With previous years’ paper analysis’, candidates have categorized CLAT exam as moderately difficult. They have included that the new revisions have made the exam slightly more time-consuming. Changes to CLAT 2023 LLM Exam Pattern will be announced with the exam notification, giving candidates an idea about the exam as well.
Ques: Is CLAT LLM 2023 required for admissions?
Ans: CLAT LLM 2023 is required for admissions to the NLU universities across India. With CLAT candidates can get admissions to postgraduate courses of law.
Ques: Can I crack CLAT LLM in 3 months time?
Ans: Candidates are advised to study for 6 months in advance when attending CLAT 2023. Candidates should read the newspaper and their undergraduate coursework
Ques: What other exams can I take other than CLAT 2023?
Ans: Candidates who do not want the take can pursue other exams like AILET, DU LLM, LSAT and more. The exams consist mostly of legal topics.
Ques: What is the registration rate for CLAT LLM 2023?
Ans: CLAT 2021 had over 8,000 candidates appearing for the postgraduates courses admissions. A total of 70,277 candidates registered for the exam and 62,106 candidates appeared for it.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.