The fifth allotment list of CLAT 2021 counselling has been released today for registered candidates. The Consortium of National Law Universities is conducting the online counselling process for those who cleared the Common Law Admission Test 2021 for admission to undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) law programmes offered by 22 National Law Universities around the country.

The CLAT 2021 result was announced on July 28 and the combined merit list for both UG and PG was released thereafter. Online registration for CLAT counselling was conducted on July 29 and 30 for candidates to submit five NLU preferences and make the payment. The first, second, third and fourth allotment lists have already been released.

Here’s CLAT 2021 fifth allotment list.

How to check allotment list

A candidate has to login into his/her CLAT account at using mobile number and password and see if he/she has been allotted a seat in the fifth list. The college-wise allotment list is also available on the official website.

If you have been allotted a seat in the fifth provisional list, accept/lock the seat, upload documents and pay the fee to the NLU before August 21 (5.00 PM).

Read CLAT 5th allotment list instructions here.

The candidate can also exit the admission process by forfeiting the claim for any seat allotment from the CLAT consortium. The candidate will lose the currently allotted seat. Please exercise caution in choosing this option.

If you were allotted a seat in any previous list and applied for upgrade, check the status of your seat in the 5th list and do the following: either Accept the allotted seat or Exit from CLAT admission process.

Important note

“If a candidate after ‘Accepting the allotted seat’ or opting for ‘Upgrade’ fails to upload the relevant documents on Consortium website and pay the requisite fee at the allotted NLU, he/she will not be accepted for the admission by the said NLU. Hence, all the candidates are required to visit the website of the allotted NLU and make the requisite payment within the stipulated time to confirm their admission,” reads the counselling guide.

Candidates are advised to read the CLAT counselling guide carefully.