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The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)

CLAT is a national-level entrance exam for admissions to undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) law programmes offered by 24 National Law Universities in India. CLAT is organized by the Consortium of National Law Universities, comprising representative universities. Several affiliate universities and organisations also use the CLAT exam for admissions and recruitment respectively.


The exam is divided into five sections: English, General Knowledge, Quantitative Techniques, Legal Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning.

Our Approach

Ignites CLAT (ICLAT) programme focuses on integrating Mathematics, Economics, and Commerce along with specialized CLAT preparation. The module focuses on enhancing reading abilities through newspaper reading and rigorous practice of comprehension passages. There is a greater emphasis on grammar in this module. As CLATS’s Quantitative Techniques syllabus includes facts, graphs, and other numerical information representations, ICLAT module focuses on streamlining classroom curriculum along with mock tests. CLAT has a significant emphasis on Current Affairs and General Knowledge, ICLAT has a rigorous focus on enhancing both static and current GK abilities. Astra Magazine can be a good source of value addition in GK preparation. ICLAT’S Legal Reasoning modules familiarize aspirants with legal terms and terminology and also aids in case study solving approach. Logical reasoning requires an aspirant to comprehend logical connections between facts or ideas. It also aims to test the comprehension and reasoning skills of candidates. ICLAT modules aim to enhance reading skill and analytical abilities which can facilitate a student to solve questions with relative ease.


Students are well-prepared for the CLAT exam and have a strong foundation in MEC subjects, enabling them to pursue a successful career in management and problem-solving. Join Ignite Junior College’s MEC + CLAT course and embark on a journey of academic excellence, analytical skills, and a promising future in the field of legal affairs.    
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