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CLAT Sample Papers 2021 - CLAT official sample papers are made available by the Consortium of NLUs. These sample papers will assist the candidate in overcoming some of the many challenges they will face during their CLAT exam preparation 2021. CLAT sample papers and question papers (from previous years) are provided in this article and can be downloaded by the candidate. For example, the candidate may be unable to properly judge the difficulty level of the CLAT 2021 exam, or may be unsure of the types of questions asked or how they are framed. The CLAT 2021 sample papers, on the other hand, will allow the candidate to get a closer look at the year-by-year question papers and a large sample bank. Check this article thoroughly to know about CLAT Sample Papers 2021.

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CLAT Sample Papers 2021 - Download Free CLAT Previous year Subject wise Question Paper PDF, Exam Pattern, syllabus at consortiumofnlus.ac.in

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New Update on 16-07-2021: CLAT Sample Papers 2021 -The Consortium of NLUs publishes the official CLAT sample papers. These sample papers will assist candidates in overcoming some of the many challenges they will face during their CLAT exam preparation 2021. CLAT sample papers and question papers (from previous years) are available for download in this article. For example, the candidate may be unable to properly judge the difficulty level of the CLAT 2021 exam, or may be unaware of the types of questions asked or how they are framed. The CLAT 2021 sample papers, on the other hand, will allow the candidate to get a closer look at the year-by-year question papers as well as a large sample bank. This can assist the candidate in gaining a true understanding of the exam and thus orienting their preparation accordingly.

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CLAT 2021 Exam Pattern

Type of exam

National-level

Applicant statistics (CLAT 2020)

Number of Registered Candidates - 75,183

No of appeared candidates:

  • CLAT UG - 53226

  • CLAT PG - 6217

Exam Mode

Pen-and-paper-based exam

Duration of the exam

2 hours

Type of Questions

  • CLAT UG will have ONLY objective-type questions

  • CLAT PG, however, will have both objective and subjective (essay)-type questions

Total Number of Questions

CLAT UG, which is conducted for admission to 5-year integrated LLB programs, will have a total of 150 multiple-choice questions.

The CLAT PG paper will include 100 objective and TWO essay-type questions.

Language

English

Marking Scheme

+1 will be awarded for a correct answer

-0.25 will be deducted for every wrong response

Official website of CLAT 2021

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CLAT Sample Papers 2021 Current affairs and general knowledge

The CLAT Sample Papers 2021 of the CLAT syllabus is divided into four units respectively - English language, current affairs and general knowledge,logical reasoning and Quantitative techniques

Question - 1

Turkey has aided all shades of Syria rebels (accepts the kurds) with arms and other kinds of support in the syria civil war since it began in 2011. The turkish army has also launched incursions across the border and now controls swathes of territory in northern syria. Ankara’s armed intervention in its southern neighbor, though, is only one aspect of its autocratic President Erdogan’s policies. As the syrian conflict continues to rage, a mass of people is trying to get away from the line of fire. These refugees have moved both within the country as well as outside. A large number of people have been trying to go to europe to build better lives for themselves. To achieve this they moved through Turkish territory. Erdogan has been cynically using these unfortunate people as leverage in his dealings with europe.

Recently, the Syrian conflict threatened to heat up in the northern part of the country again on 27th february, a Syrian airstrike killed 34 Turkish soldiers in the region. Turkey has since retailed by attacking Syria forces operating against terrorists of Hayat

Tahrir al-Shams, a branch of al Qaeda. This prompted a Russian warning Moscow is the primary backer of the Assad regime in Syria and has played a major role in propping it up. Turkey demanded that its NATO allies in Europe and America help it in its confrontation with Russia. The European states, especially France, have repeatedly criticized Erdogan over his involvement in the Syrian war. To convince the Europeans of the demerits of such a course, Erdogan opened the gates of Europe to refugees.

This isn’t the first time that Europe is facing a migrant crisis. In 2015, more than a million refugees arrived in Europe mostly through Turkey. Although initially welcomed, the arrivals soon led to political upheavals in host nations. New arrivals were portrayed as a cultural threat

Overtly, most leaders in Europe proclaim support for humanitarian values. However, the polities in these states have found it increasingly difficult to accept new migrants. Frequent attacks by Islamic radicals have also made the populace more aware of the dangers of uncontrolled migration. The right-leaning political parties gained traction in several states due to anti-immigrant sentiments. On the other hand, leftist parties in Europe have found it difficult to go against their own decades-long policies. To overcome the political division, the European Union (EU) signed an agreement with Turkey, in return for a curb to uncontrolled migration, the EU agreed to pay 6 billion euros to Ankara. It also agreed to discuss visa-free travel for turks to europe and restart Turkey’s EU accession talks.

  1. Who has Erdogan been using as leverage?

  1. The syrian rebel that Turkey aides

  2. The Kurd rebels

  3. The Hayat al Tahir Shams, branch of Al Qaeda that attacked Syrian forces

  4. The Syrian refugees moving through Turkey to build a better life in Europe

Answer - D

Explanation - as the Syrian conflict continues to rage, a mass of people are trying to get away from the line of fire. These refugees have moved both, within the country as well as outside of it. A large number of them have been trying to go to Europe to build better lives for themselves. To achieve this they have to move through Turkish territory. Erdogan has been cynically using these unfortunate people as leverage in his dealings in Europe.

2. Who are Kurds?

  1. One of the indigenous peoples of the mesopotamian plains

  2. One of the nomadic tribes of Russia

  3. The native people of Kyrgyzstan

  4. A sheep species found in Hindukush

Answer - A

Explanation - The Kurds are one of the indigenous peoples of the Mesopotamian plains and the highlands in what are now south-eastern Turkey, north eastern Syria, northern Iraq,north-western Iran and south-western Armenia. These are an estimated 25 million to 35 million ethnic Kurds inhabiting a mountainous region straddling Turkey,Iraq,Syria,Iran and Armenia. But they never had a widely-recognized permanent nation state of their own. Today , they form a distinctive community, united through race,culture and language, even though they have no standard dialect. They also adhere to a number of different religions and creeds, although the majority is Sunni Muslims.

3. Who is the head of Al Qaeda?

A.Ayman Mohammed Rabi al-Zawahiri

B.Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

C.Osama bin Laden

D.Daud Ibrahim

Answer A

Explanation - Ayman Mohammed Rabi al-Zawahiri (born June 19, 1951) Egyptian terrorist known for being the leader of the terrorist group Al Qaeda since June 2011 succeeding Osama bin Laden following his Death.

4.what is the majority religion of Turkey?

A.christianity

B.Sunni islam

C.judaism

D.Shi’a islam

Answer - B

Explanation - islam is the largest religion in Turkery according to the state with 98% of the population being automatically registered by the state as muslim, for anyone whose parents are not of any other officially recognised religion and remaning 1% are not religious,0.2% are christians and 0.8% are other religion affliation. Most muslims in Turkey are sunnis forming about 80.5%

5.what circumstances led to increased optimism regarding Turkey's EU membership application?

A.improvement in Turkish-Greek relations

B.a stronger Turkish commitment to meeting the Copenhagen criteria

C.a change in government in Germany

D.all of the above.

Answer D

Explanation - Turkey's membership prospects improved following a thaw in Greek turkish relations, a stronger turkish commitment to meeting the Copenhagen criteria and a change of government in Germany. Tukish-Greek relations improved following the ‘seismic diplomacy’ of 1999: the mutual exchange of aid and condolences following earthquakes in the two countries that year. This in turn softened Greek opposition to Turkish membership. The prospect of turkish membership also improved following a change of government in Germany in 1998. A change of government in Turkey in 2002 also produced rapid progress to meeting the Copenhagen criteria. Moreover the international climate meant that geo-strategic factors were increasingly in Turkey’s favour, although opposition to its accession remained strong in some states in 2004,particularly in France.

Logical Reasoning

Question 1- This is not pedantic hair-splitting. On the contrary, it is deeply important, because respect for precedent is at the bedrock of our judicial system, and of the rule of law. Ordinarily,prior judgements of the Supreme Court are binding and meant to be followed; this is what provided the system the stability and continue that differentiates the rule of law from the rule of judges. Now if a later bench of the court wants to go against binding precedent, a series of ground-rules exist to ensure that this can only happen after careful consideration and reflection and in judicial proceedings where both sides can put their case. These grounds stipulate for example that if a smaller bench feels that the binding decision of a previous larger bench is incorrect it refers the case to a large bench to consider and in general this referral takes place incrementally. The reason for this - to reiterate- is that respect for precedent requires logically that settled law be disturbed only when there are weighty reasons for doing so

However ,there is something more concerning here. If the nine-judge bench is no longer restricting itself to the reference questions- but intends to hear these petitions as well then it at least potentially follows that the Sabarimala petitions - out of which the review order arose - will also now be subject matter of the hearing. This would be truly extraordinary a final judgement of the court (five judges) would be effectively re-heard by a nine-judge bench against all existing norms and conventions. Recall that no judgement has yet doubted the correctness of the original Sabarimala decision or made a reference to have it reconsidered. In other words this second round with a larger bench is taking place purely by virtue of the chief justice exercising his administrative fiat.

It should be obvious by now that this is no longer about whether the original judgement in Sabarimala was right or wrong. People can- and do - have different views about that and it would be entirely open to later benches to reconsider it following proper procedures but what is at stake here is something deeper it is whether precedent continues to have any meaning at the supreme court or whether what we are witnessing is a gradual metamorphosis of the supreme court of india into the Supreme Chief Justice of India. Because what has happened here is that a number of crucial issues that required judicial consideration in a proper way(whether there is a conflict between Shirur Mutt and Durgah, requiring resolution whether the referred questions actually affect the pending cases and whether Sabarimala ought to be reconsidered) have been implicitly decided through the constitution of a nine-judge bench by administrative fiat.

  1. What is the context under which the author differentiates between rule of law and rule of judges?

  1. Argument about supremacy of the constitution

  2. Binding precedents provide stability to the system

  3. Questioning the credibility of the court

  4. Arbitrary administrative fiats of judges

Answer B

Explanation - Prior judgements of the supreme court are binding and meant to be followed this is what provides the system the stability and continuity that differentiates the rule of law from the rule of judges.

2. Why does the author believe that the supreme court is being distorted to a one man rule?

A.the court is taking into consideration matters which were not for review before them

B.the author is being paranoid

C.the court is not following proper procedure established and hence, the administrative fiats are arbitrary.

D. the court is exercising extra-territorial jurisdiction.

Answer - C

Explanation - Clear inference from the paragraph there is a possibility that some people may think A should be the answer they are not wrong but C is a more comprehensive answer and A is only partially true as an explanation.

3.why is the review mechanism of the supreme court incremental in nature?

A.more judges translate into better judgments

B.reviews have limited grounds than petitions

C.to place a deterrent effect on frivolous appeals

D.respect for precedent requires settled law to be disturbed only when there are justifiable reasons for it.

Answer - D

4. According to the author what provides the system stability and continuity?

A.the binding nature of prior judgments of the supreme court.

B.proper procedure getting broken

C.to not show respect to precedent

D. referring to an incorrect decision from a lower court to higher court.

Answer - A

Explanation - ordinarily prior judgements of the supreme court are binding and meant to be followed this is what provides the system the stability and continuity that differentiates the rule of law and from the rule of judges.

Exam pattern

Exam pattern for UG admission

  • Duration: 2 hours

  • Total no. of questions: 150

  • Nature of questions: Objective type (multiple – choice questions)

  • Marking scheme: For the correct answers, +1 marks are awarded. For the wrong answers, -0.25 marks are deducted.

Subject : english language, logical reasoning, legal reasoning, quantitative techniques, current affairs and general knowledge.

Exam pattern for PG admission

  • Duration: The duration of the exam is 2 hours

  • Type of questions: There are multiple choice questions as well as subjective type questions

  • Total no. of questions: There are 100 multiple choice questions and 50 subjective type questions

  • Maximum marks: The maximum marks is 150

Marking scheme:

  • 2 essay type questions of 25 marks each

  • 100 multiple choice questions of 1 mark each

  • -0.25 for the wrong answers

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CLAT 2021 Question Papers 2021 - FAQ

1. Who releases the official sample papers of CLAT, and when is it available?  

The Consortium of NLU's released the official sample paper. The CLAT official sample paper released one month before the exam so that candidates can practice according to the sample paper. Also, they will get an idea of the types of questions asked and the difficulty level of the exam.

2. How can one access the CLAT 2021 sample papers?  

It will access by the candidate's login account details. Candidates have to log in to the CLAT official page to download the CLAT official sample paper.

3. Is solving CLAT sample papers 2021 mandatory to get a good score in the exam?  

Solving Sample Paper help candidates to know the difficulty level of the exam. Also, they get an idea about the pattern of the questions going to ask. Moreover, it helps to improve problem-solving and time management skills.

4. Does the Official CLAT Sample Paper cover all the sections and topics?  

Yes, the sample paper for CLAT comprises all the sections and topics asked in the exam. The sample paper released for both UG (Undergraduate) and PG (Postgraduate) separately.

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