The CLAT 2017 authority has said that the the Admit Card will not be sent via e-mail or by post or by any other means to the candidate.
The students who are attending the exam must carry proof of their identity (issued by GOI or state government) such as identity card, Aadhar Card, voter identity card, driving license, and passport etc. to the venue of the examination.
According to the CLAT 2017 calendar, the admit card / hall ticket download will start from April 20.
CLAT is an all India law common entrance examination in subject of Law, conducted on rotational basis by eighteen National Law Universities (NLUs) for admissions to their undergraduate and post graduate programmes.
The candidates who are preparing for CLAT 2017 read the preparation tips here.
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