CLAT 2018: Counselling, Merit List, Cut-off, Admission Process

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CLAT 2018 Third Allotment List has been released on 25th June 2018. Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is one of the popular law entrance exams conducted by 18 National Law Universities (NLUs) rotationally. (CLAT)  stands for Common Law Admission Test and is a national level entrance exam. It is commenced once a year in the month of May. Candidates can take admission into L.L.B and L.L.M course by 18 National Law Universities (NLUs) rotationally by giving CLAT exams. This exam is organized by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, KOCHI in (2018). CLAT 2018 Result is declaring on 31st May 2018.

the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab managed examination on last year (2016).  There are various government & private college and university across the country which accepts the score of CLAT EXAMS. Every year lakhs of candidate take admission and appear exams.

The seat is limited for candidate and competition among candidate is high. As every candidate knows those candidates score good marks on examination only get admission.

More detail is provided below of  CLAT exams like Application Procedure To Admission Procedure, Eligibility Criteria, Exams Pattern, Dates, And Syllabus etc are given below:

CLAT 2018 Notifications – 3rd Allotment List Released

 CLAT 2018 Third Allotment List has been released on 25th June 2018. Candidates can download their call letter till 3rd July 2018. Check here for allotment & counselling details.

CLAT 2018 Allotment List has been released now. Candidates can pay the counselling fee from 10th – 14th June 2018. Check here for allotment & counselling details.

NOTEThe publication of the First Allotment List for the Under Graduate Programme of CLAT 2018 is rescheduled to 10th June 2018. For more information regarding the reschedule please refer ‘Notice Board’ in the CLAT 2018 Information website

CLAT 2018 Result (Revised) has been declared now. Check here for result details.

CLAT 2018 Revised Schedule has been published now. Check here for other dates.

.CLAT 2018 Answer Key has been released through login. Check here for answer key details.


 Candidates who have generated challans from the payment gateway of HDFC Bank on or before 28th February 2018 are required to remit the fees to the bank on or before 7th March 2018. Check here for application details.

Click here to view CLAT 2018 Notification

CLAT Exams Dates 2018

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Candidate should know the basic detail of CLAT exams dates. Events and dates like Date of Issue of First Admission Notification, Online Application Start Date, Last date for submission of filled-in online application form, Availability of Amit Card etc.

Candidates may check CLAT Dates as per the latest notification:

Here we have mentioned all the official exam date and events related to CLAT 2018:

Events Dates (Announced)
Availability of Online Application Form 1st January 2018
Online Fee Payment 1st January – 31st March 2018
Last date of Offline Challan Payment 28th February 2018
Last date to submit the fee in bank 7th March 2018
Closing date of Application Submission along with order of preferences for NLUs 31st March 2018
Last date for printing/downloading application 12th May 2018
Issue Date of Admit Card 26th April 2018
Date of Examination 13th May 2018 (3:00 PM to 5:00 PM)
Publishing of Answer Key 15th May 2018
Representation, if any, relating to the exam, questions or key
16th – 18th May 2018
Date for uploading the amended answer key (if required)
26th May 2018
Announcement of Result (issue of merit list) 31st May 2018
Release of first indicative seat allocation list based on merit-cum-preference
10th June 2018
Counselling fee payment
10th – 14th June 2018
Closure of Admission 6th July 2018

CLAT Counseling

Candidates are interested in attaining counseling can download letter of counseling from official portal. Counseling session will be started after the result announced. Candidate will get admission who score good marks in the examination. 4 round will be set Who passed 4 round will get admission.

Merit list will b prepared according to category wise and it will be issued by UG and PG programmes. Counseling will be started from fist week of June.


  • Admission to UG and PG programs in participating NLUs will be done through centralized counseling organized by CLAT office.
  • CLAT counseling 2018 will commence from 10th June 2018.
  • The online counseling shall be conducted in 4 rounds.
  • Allotment of seats will be on the basis of ‘merit-cum-preference’.
  • Candidates who are selected for admission have to pay the counseling fee of Rs.  50,000/- with CLAT-2018 Office. Counseling fee will further adjust in admission fee.

CLAT Result 

The CLAT 2018 result has been released on 31st May 2018. The candidate has to type Roll number and birth of date in the official portal to view result if, in case candidate type wrong detail page will show error. Candidate can save the page in laptop/computer or can take the screenshot in the phone. Candidates can check their Result via online mode through the website.

Candidate can see result from June through online, official portal. The candidate is suggested to take printed copies of result for further admission process.


  • The approximate date for the release of CLAT 2018 results will be the last week of May 2018.
  • Result will contain candidate’s rank and scores obtained in the entrance exam.
  • Candidates can view their results by entering their login details.


CLAT Answer Key

The authority will display the CLAT 2018 answer key on 15th May 2018. Authority will release answer key on the third week of may. Candidates can check answer key through online, official portal. This will help the candidate to roughly check their marks/score of examination.

Candidate can estimate marks and check answer written in the examination. This will help candidates to prepare for further steps.

  • The authority will display the CLAT 2018 answer key in the third week of May 2018.
  • The official answer key bears all the actual answers of the online examination of CLAT.
  • Candidates will also be able to submit their request in case of any discrepancy in the answer key.


CLAT is a national examination. The latest seat matrix is yet to be announced. However, last year, more than 1400 seats were offered in UG courses and for PG course the figure was close to 500.


CLAT Registration/Application Form

Candidate can fill the application form through online, official portal of authority. Online application Start Date will be started from 1st  week of January and the Last date for submission of filled application form is Last week of  March. Fill application form before the due date.

If the candidate submits the application after the due date it will be rejected. Through online mode, the only application will be accepted no offline applications is available for the candidate. Candidates are suggested to fill the application form as given format fill all detail properly and keep printed copies of filled application form for further use.

Below is given more detail related to the application form: 

  • CLAT registration was available via online process only.
  • The CLAT Application Forms available from the 1st January.
  • Before filling the application form, candidates should be ready with the scanned documents of photograph, signature, SC/ST/SAP certificate (if applicable) and domicile certificate (if applicable).
  • Candidates are suggested to fill the application form carefully.
  • The last date for submission of the filled application form was 31st March.
  • There is no need to send the application form through an offline process.

Application Fee: 

Candidate can pay application fees by online as well as by offline mode. Through online, net banking/credit card or debit card or can remit by any branch of the bank. Once it is the transferor paid by candidate it will not be refunded back.

Category wise candidate has to pay application fees. Category GEN/OBC have to Rs. 4000/-  and SC/ST/PWD category have to p[ay is Rs. 3500/- for an application form.

Below is given table and detail of CLAT exams:

  • Students can pay the fee through Bank Challan.
  • The application fee for General category is  4000/-
  • For SC/ST/PWD category, the application fee is  3500/-

The application fee of CLAT 2018 is different for different categories which are as follows:

Category Application Fee
General/OBC/SAP and other category candidates Rs. 4000/-
SC/ST category candidates Rs. 3500/-

The application fee is to be paid online only through net banking/credit card or debit card.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidate should know eligibility criteria of CLAT exams. Sometimes candidate fails to know about it which affect them at the time of taking admission process. Candidate must know basic detail about eligibility criteria of CLAT exams.

CLAT eligibility criteria will define the minimum qualification requirement, percentage of marks and age criteria to appear in the CLAT exam. The eligibility for undergraduate and postgraduate law courses is given below:


For UG Courses:

Age Criteria:

    The upper age limit of the candidate should not be more than 20 years as on 1st July 2018 (for unreserved category candidates/NRIs/NRI Sponsored candidates) and 22 years for SC/ST/OBC/SAP category candidates.

  • Qualification Eligibility: The candidate will be considered eligible for CLAT if he/she has passed the 12th examination with minimum 45% marks (40% for SC/ST candidates).
  • Candidates appearing the 12th examination in March/April will also be eligible for CLAT 2018. Such candidates have to produce the proof of passing the qualifying examination at the time of admission.

For PG Courses:

Qualifying Examination:

    The prescribed qualification for LL.M. is LL.B./Five-Year Integrated LL.B. (Hons.)/ any other equivalent exam.

  • Minimum Marks: Minimum percentage of marks in qualifying examination should be 55% for unreserved /OBC/Specially Abled Persons (SAP). In the case of SC/ST, the minimum marks would be 50%.
  • Final semester/final year examination Appearing candidates may also apply.
  • Age Limit: No prescribed maximum age limit for PG courses.

Click here to check detailed CLAT Eligibility Criteria

CLAT Exam Pattern

Before preparing for exams go through syllabus, exams pattern and dates which will help a candidate in studies.Mode of an examination will be computer based test.candidate will get only 2 hours to complete paper no extra time will be served to any candidate.The question will be asked only in the English language.

In an exam, a candidate will be asked the objective type question which will carry 200 marks and question will be asked from each subject areas.

1 marks will be given to each correct answer in an examination. Get details about CLAT  exam pattern such as a number of questions asked, areas from where the questions will be asked, exam duration, etc. The paper pattern for CLAT UG and PG courses is given below:

For UG Courses:


    • The online examination of CLAT will be held for integrated UG law courses.

    • Mode of Examination: Exam will be held in online mode (Computer Based Test).
    • Type of Questions: Only objective type questions of maximum 200 marks will be asked from each subject areas.

Exam Duration:

    The duration of CLAT exam will be 2 hours.

  • Question Paper Medium: The language of question paper will be English only.
  • Marking Scheme: Each right answer will be awarded 1 mark.
  • Negative Marking: There is a system of negative marking. 0.25 mark will be subtracted for each wrong answer.


Subjects Number of Questions Maximum Marks
English including Comprehension 40 Questions 40 Marks
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 50 Questions 50 Marks
Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability) 20 Questions 20 Marks
Legal Aptitude 50 Questions 50 Marks
Logical Reasoning 40 Questions 40 Marks
Total 200 Questions 200 Marks

For PG Courses:


    • The online examination of CLAT will be held for post-graduate law courses (i.e. LL.M.).

    • Mode of Examination: Exam will be held in online mode (Computer Based Test).
    • Type of Questions: Only multiple-choice questions of maximum 150 marks will be asked from each subject areas.

Exam Duration:

    The duration of CLAT exam will be 2 hours.

  • Question Paper Medium: The language of question paper will be English only.
  • Marking Scheme: with Each right answer will be1 mark.
  • Negative Marking: There is a system of negative marking. 0.25 mark will be subtracted for each wrong answer.
Subjects Number of Questions Maximum Marks
Constitutional Law 50 Questions 50 Marks
Jurisprudence 50 Questions 50 Marks
Other law subjects 50 Questions 50 Marks
Total 150 Questions 150 Marks

CLAT Admit Card


Admit card will be available on the website on 20th April 2018.Hall ticket/admit card is a mandatory document. It contains candidates related detail like candidate name roll number, address, centers, the birth of date, etc.If the candidate didn’t bring at the time of exam candidate will not be permitted to allow to attain exams.


Keep your hall ticket safe till the completion of the exam. It is candidate responsibility to keep it safe. Take a print out copies of hall ticket for further use. Admit card/ hall ticket will not be sent to any candidate by authority or by via post.


  • Only successful registered candidates will be eligible for downloading the CLAT 2018 admit card.
  • Admit card will be available on CLAT website in the third week of April 2018.
  • Candidates don’t wait for the admit card via post or e-mail; it will be issued online only.
  • Along with the admit card, candidates must carry one identity proof to the examination center.



Merit List

  • Separate merit list will be issued for UG and PG programs.
  • Category-wise merit list will be announced along with the result.
  • Merit list will indicate state as well as All India Rank of examinees


CLAT Cut-Off

Candidate score above cut-off marks will get admission in college. Different college has different cut off marks. Every college change cut off marks according to  the candidate appearing marking scheme, the number of seats and difficulty level of the entrance exams.

CLAT 2018 cut-off will be determined after the declaration of results. Exam Committee considers various factors for calculating the cut-off marks like difficulty level of question paper, the number of candidates attempted the exam and previous years cut-off trends.

Candidate should know the previous and present year cut off marks of CLAT. This will help candidates to select Favorite College according to score marks in the examination.


CLAT  Expected Cut-Off

Various coaching Institution & experts release this year expected cut-off marks. Check here CLAT Expected Cut-Off 2017:

Coaching Institution Cut-Off (Expected)
Career Launcher 145+
CrackCLAT 145-148
Rajneesh Singh (DO-Zen/ CLAT Essentials) 144.5
LegalEdge Tutorials 142-145
Edmyt 150

NLU Wise Cut-Off

Here, candidates can also check cut-off list according to the National Law Universities (NLU). Below, we have updated the expected cut-off marks and rank for 2017:

NLUs 1st List Last List
Marks (Closing Marks/200) Rank (Closing Rank) Marks (Closing Marks/200) Rank (Closing Rank)
NLSIU, Bangalore 139.5 58 139.5 58
NALSAR, Hyderabad 136.5 100 136 108
WBNUJS, Kolkata 130 230 128.5 260
NLIU, Bhopal 129 245 125.5 345
NLU, Jodhpur 126 315 125.25 360
GNLU, Gandhinagar 124 430 121.75 500
HNLU, Raipur 122 530 120 700
RMLNLU, Lucknow 121.5 575 118.75 750
RHNLU, Patiala 120 695 117.5 925
NUALS, Kochi 120 695 117 980
CNLU, Patna 118.25 810 116 1100
NLU, Odisha 118.25 830 115.75 1125
NUSRL, Ranchi 118 845 115.5 1150
NLUJA, Assam 117.75 890 114.5 1280
TNNLS, Tamilnadu 117.75 915 114.5 1280

Category Wise Cut-Off

Candidates can also check CLAT cut-off according to the category. Check below for category wise cut-off

NLUs Category
NLSIU, Bangalore 145.2 132.6 102.4 99.1
NALSAR-Hyderabad 142.9 133.6 104.67 98.12
WBNUJS-Kolkata 136.56 104.6 86 71.23
NLIU-Bhopal 134.23 104.6 89 76
NLU-Jodhpur 131.88 104.6 81.23 83.77
GNLU-Gandhinagar 125 11.23 73 64
HNLU-Raipur 122.05 109.11 80 62
RMLNLU-Lucknow 120.11 103 81 61
RHNLU-Patiala 115.29 101.77 68 57
NUALS-Kochi 119 103 62 55
CNLU-Patna 115.29 101.77 68 57
NLU-Odisha 121 104 66 59
NUSRL-Ranchi 117 102 70 61
NLUJA- Assam 114 99 69 50
TNNLS-Tamilnadu 116 102 67 53
DSNLU-Visakhapatnam 119 104 62 51.11
NLU – Mumbai 127 111.23 78.23 59.76

Courses Wise Cut-Off

Here, we have updated opening & closing rank cut-off as per the courses offered by NLUs.

Institutions Courses Rank Range
Opening Rank Closing Rank
NLSIU, Bangalore LLM (Business Law) 1 44
LLM (Human Rights 1 44
BA + BA LLB (Hons) 1 58
NLIU, Bhopal LLM (Business Law) 52 116
LLM (Human Rights) 52 116
BA + BA LLB (Hons) 19 339
LLM (Constitutional Law & Administrative Law) 52 116
LLM (Criminal Law) 52 116
LLM (Intellectual Property & Business Law) 52 116
NLUJAA, Guwahati LLM (Human Rights) 95 394
BA + BA LLB (Hons) 496 1103
LLM (Intellectual Property & Business Law) 95 394
LLM (International Law) 95 394
LLM (Corporate and Commercial Law) 95 394
LLM (Personal Laws) 95 394
LLM (Environmental Law) 95 394
LLM (Constitutional Law) 95 394
NUJS, Kolkata BA + BA LLB (Hons) 9 221
B.Sc + B.Sc LLB (Hons.) 9 221
LLM (International Law) 80 155
LLM (Corporate and Commercial Law) 80 155
Master of Business Law (MBL) 80 155
NALSAR, Hyderabad BA + BA LLB (Hons) 12 123
LLM 6 77
LLB 12 123
NLU, Jodhpur BA + BA LLB (Hons) 74 347
B.Sc + B.Sc LLB (Hons.) 74 347
BBA + LLB (Hons.) 74 347
LLM ( Intellectual Property Rights) 93 262
LLM ( International Trade Law) 93 262
LLM (Corporate Law) 93 262
LLM (Cyber Law & Cyber Security) 93 262
LLM (Banking and Finance) 93 262
NUALS, Ernakulam BA + BA LLB (Hons) 135 918
LLM 298 377
RGNUL, Patiala BA + BA LLB (Hons) 154 759
LLM 114 343
GNLU, Gandhi Nagar BA + BA LLB (Hons) 212 465
LLM 103 295
BBA + LLB (Hons.) 212 465
B.Com + B.Com LLB (Hons.) 212 465
B.Sc + B.Sc LLB 212 465
RMLNLU, Lucknow BA + BA LLB (Hons) 344 626
LLM 5 86
HNLU, Raipur BA + BA LLB (Hons) 355 555
LLM 123 322
TNNLS, Thiruchirapalli BA + BA LLB (Hons) 415 1160
B.Com + B.Com LLB (Hons.) 415 1160
CNLU, Patna BA + BA LLB (Hons) 565 911
BBA + LLB (Hons.) 565 911
NUSRL, Ranchi BA + BA LLB (Hons) 663 1037
DSNLU, Visakhapatnam BA + BA LLB (Hons) 668 1132
LLM 205 389
LLB 668 1132
NLU, Mumbai LLM 128 170
BA LLB 156 466
NLU, Cuttack LLM 305 410
LLM (Constitutional Law & Administrative Law) 305 410
LLM (Corporate and Commercial Law) 305 410
BA LLB 569 1038
BBA + LLB 569 1038
NUSRL, Ranchi LLM 310 358


CLAT Syllabus

Before preparing for exams go through Exams pattern, dates and syllabus etc this will help candidate in studies. Candidate are suggested attain that question which you know very well and after that write complicate question this will help candidate to complete paper.

Click here to view CLAT 2018 Syllabus

Below is given syllabus of CLAT exams:

English including Comprehension

English Vocabulary: Synonyms, Antonyms and Analogies. English Proficiency: Idioms and Phrases, One Word Substitution, Sentence Improvement, Rearrangement of Words in Sentence, Rearrangement of Sentence in Paragraph, Fill in the blanks and Cloze Tests. English Usage Errors: Common Errors, Spotting Errors, Inappropriate Usage of Words and Spelling Mistakes (English Usage).

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

Events of National and International importance also covering current events in area of Economics, Science, Technology, Sports, Persons and Places, Books and Authors.


Arithmetic (Number Theory): Number Systems, Surds and Indices, Square Roots, Fractions and Decimals, HCF and LCM, Simplification, Approximations, Ratio and Proportion, Average and Logarithms. Commercial Maths: Interest, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Partnership and Discounts. Mensuration: Areas and Volumes

Legal Aptitude

International Law, Criminal Law, Indian Constitution, Legal Terms, Legal Maxims, Family Law,

Contracts and Torts.

Logical Reasoning

Reasoning Tests: Direction and Distance Test, Analogy Test, Classification (Odd Man Out) Test, Coding Decoding Test, Number Test, Series Test, Relationships Test, Alphabet Test, Ranking Tests and Time Sequence Test. Logic Tests: Statements Assumptions, Statements Arguments, Statements Conclusions and Statements Action. Logical Sequence of Words, Alpha Numeric Sequence Puzzle, Inserting the Missing Character, Number, Ranking & Time Sequence, Linear and Matrix arrangement, Deriving Conclusions from Passages.

How to Prepare for CLAT?

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  1. English– generally consisting of reading comprehensions, synonyms, antonyms, idioms, jumbled sentences, preposition use, etc. The time consuming parts here are reading comprehensions and jumbled sentences, the other parts are basically your word knowledge, to improve that you need to read a newspaper(The Hindu would be good), try to memorize new words you come across and this will also help you get familiarized with preposition use. As for reading comprehensions and jumbled sentences, practice is what matters, the more you solve them, the better you become, you can always find material online and/or if you’ve joined some coaching institute, being in practice would save you a lot of time. Synonyms and antonyms are pure knowledge. Read a lot of idioms, they can easily be remembered in one reading. “Word Power Made Easy” by Norman Lewis might be helpful for this section, I found a new way to look at English after reading that book.


  1. General Knowledge – this is the game-changer, 50 questions which can be attempted in a very short time, either you know the answer or you don’t. This section is divided into 2 parts- current affairs and static GK. For current affairs, I recommend studying from GK todayand Jagranjosh, and the daily newspaper might help. I personally think studying from these sites is better than the newspaper, as in CLAT, all you need are facts, like X is the new CEO of company A, he replaced Mr.Y, company A deals in computer hardware, that’s all you need, you get more facts at a single place without much effort. If you want further detail on what to focus on, do message me. When talking about static GK, there ain’t really a limit to the possible questions that can be asked, I studied from “General Knowledge” by Arihant publications and I can say it has a lot of useful information, “Pratiyogita darpan” is also good for both static and current affairs. As per the trend, the number of current affair questions in much more than static GK questions in law entrance exams. GK material can be bought from the reputed coaching institutes, which will certainly prove to be helpful.


  1. Legal– this can be considered to be the most important section, as your legal score will be the tie-breaker in case of a tie. This section is the one of the most time consuming ones, practice is key here, more time types of legal principles you’re familiar with, the greater your speed and efficiency, coaching classes may be very effective, but, you can always study on your own taking help of the internet as a inexhaustible source of legal questions. The second part of this section is legal knowledge, you should be familiar with ALL the important articles and amendments in the constitution, legal maxims are quite like idioms, though a little more difficult to remember. For legal knowledge. I studied from the material provided by Career Launcher, I’d recommend it to anyone who’s preparing for CLAT, I went through CLAT Possible material too, and found it to be very good.


  1. Logic – logic is a time taking section too. It can be summed up in 3 words- practice, practice, practice. The more you practice, the better you become. Logic is to some extent inborn, and the rest can be nurtured by practice. Logical questions can be related to solving Sudoku and playing chess, where you need to foresee information. Gather as much material as you can, and find the way that suits you to solve that type of questions in the least amount of time. YouTube can be very useful here for finding various approaches of solving a question. A point to be noted here- the questions related to argument strengthening, weakening, etc. overlap with the English section, and for that you might need help from the internet or coaching institute material. Syllogisms MUST be solved with the Venn diagram technique, it’s the fastest and the chances of making a mistake are minimal, search for the Venn diagram technique on YouTube, it’ll surely get you around 5 marks without much effort. Numerical and alphabetical series require you to just crack the pattern, and how will you get to do that easily? Yes, practice.


  1. Math – the section most non-math background students consider their arch-nemesis. If you analyze it, you’ll find out this section can be related to the Logic section, certain questions just require you to find a pattern or use a formula to easily solve them. Learn all the class 10 level formulas for percentage, time and work, ratio and proportion, speed, distance and time, probability, compound interest and simple interest. getting 13–14 marks here ain’t really a problem. Yet again, practice is key here too. If you fear maths, it’ll forever haunt you, take it easy, start from scratch, trust me, it ain’t difficult.

Some other things of paramount importance-


Time Management is a prerequisite if you wanna stand a chance of cracking CLAT, take a lot of mock tests, find out your weaknesses and strengths, spend a fixed amount of time on a given section, this will help you develop one of the most important ingredients-speed.

CLAT is highly unpredictable, if you take a look at the 2016 and 2017 papers, you’ll see the huge difference in difficulty, I’d suggest you appear for other law entrance exams as well, such as IPUCET, SET, AILET, etc.

This ain’t IIT, where you need to study for the greater part of the day. For CLAT, I can’t help but emphasize on the fact that you need to practice questions as much as possible. 2–3 hours a day is more than enough and be up to date with your current affairs and static GK.


How to Prepare for CLAT


Due to the increase in number of applicants, level of competition of CLAT exam has also increased. Know some best tips and strategies to secure good marks in CLAT:

  • Make your own strategy plan, prepare your time-table and start preparation according to that.
  • As question paper for UG course will contain General Knowledge questions therefore, students are advised to make notes of national & international current affairs.
  • Keep yourself abreast with the latest happenings.
  • Go through the previous year’s question papers to know exam pattern and type of questions asked.
  • Prepare all the sections keeping in mind the time constraints.
  • Practicing the mock test is one of the best way through which you come to know about the difficulty level of question paper. It also helps you to know your lacking areas.
  • CLAT has the system of negative marking so don’t make the guesses, choose only the right one.
  • Most importantly, take care of your health and remain stress free.



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