Is there any way of clearing the command prompt screen in windows using keyboard shortcuts?
NO, But you can use
I would like to clear out something from mehdi's answer (I do not have enough reputation to add a comment to his post).
Ctrl + C actually aborts the current task that the shell is doing. For example, if you're trying to connect to an ftp server that does not exist, you can abort using Ctrl + C before the timeout occurs.
Ctrl + C moves the cursor to a new line only if the shell is not doing anything, eg. launch the command prompt and press Ctrl + C.
But like he said, there's no shortcut to clear the screen, like bash's Ctrl + L.