CLAT 2021 4th Allotment List Released at consortiumofnlus.ac.in; Options for Upgrade & Exit Still Open

The consortium of National Law Universities on Monday, August 16, released the 4th allotment list for registered candidates. The allotment list offers options to candidates to apply to accept for allotment seat, apply for upgrade and exit the process.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Aug 16, 2021 18:28 IST
CLAT 2021 4th Allotment List Released at consortiumofnlus.ac.in; Options for Upgrade & Exit Still Open
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The Consortium of National Law Universities (CNLUs) has released the 4th allotment list of CLAT 2021 counselling on its website consortiumofnlus.ac.in. The registered candidates who have applied for CLAT 2021 counselling now can check the fourth allotment list and accept the allotted seat or apply for an upgrade or exit from the admission process.

The Consortium of CNLUs is conducting the online counselling process for those candidates who had qualified in CLAT 2021 for admission to various UG and PG law courses in 22 NLUs.

Earlier, the CLAT 2021 result was announced on July 28 and the combined merit list for both UG and PG was released thereafter. Later, the online registration for CLAT counselling 2021 started for the candidates to submit preferences of 5 NLUs. The first, second and third allotment lists have already been published by the consortium. 

To check the allotment list, a candidate has to login into his/her CLAT account at consortiumofnlus.ac.in using a mobile number and password and see if he/she has been allotted a seat in the third list. If not allotted, he/she has to wait for the next allotment list. The college-wise allotment list is also available on the website.

Candidates who are listed in the 4th allotment list have to accept/lock the seat, upload documents and pay the fee to the NLU before August 18 (5.00 PM). Candidates opting for up-gradation are also required to make the payment of a requisite fee to the allotted University and upload documents on the website of Consortium. 

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Candidates can also apply for an upgrade by making the payment of the requisite fee to the allotted University and upload documents on the website of Consortium. Only candidates who have taken the admission and paid the requisite fee and uploaded the documents on the website of Consortium will be considered for the up-gradation.

"Candidates may contact the allotted university for information about the documents to upload and complete the same. After uploading all the required documents, click on the submit button," read official instructions.

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