SC Denies Plea Seeking a Repeat of CLAT Over ‘Glitches’

The Supreme Court denied a plea on Friday trying to conduct the Common Law Admission Test [CLAT-2020] again considering the issues in the exam that was conducted last month. CLAT is the Common Law Admission Test which is conducted every year to provide admissions into 5-year Law courses to the eligible students. The bench at the Supreme Court comprises the Justices Ashok Bhushan and M R Shah.

The bench asked the petitioners i.e., 5 ambitious Law students to address the Grievance Redressal Committee. On behalf of the petitioners, Advocate Gopal Sankaranarayanan told the bench that in the examination organized in the previous month, ‘there were technical problems…’ PS Narasimha, the Advocate at the Supreme Court appeared for the Consortium of National Law Universities. He said, ‘a decision has been taken in this regard in which three answers were modified and three questions were deleted.’ 

The Common Law Admission Test [CLAT] is a national level entrance examination conducted every year to thousands of people in India. This exam is organized to provide admissions into 22 National Law Universities across the nation. Stay tuned to this website to get the latest education-related news such as the exams, results, and more.

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