SC refuses to stay counseling of Common Law Admission Test 2018
The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stay the counselling of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2018. The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2018 result has been declared on May 31st.
According to reports, the allotment of seats will now proceed as scheduled but the final allotment of seats will be subject to the outcome of the petition in Supreme Court. The first indicative seat allotment list is due to be published tomorrow, ie June 7.
The CLAT 2018 exam has been under criticism because of irregularities reported by multiple students. Several petitions were filed by students at high courts and the case subsequently reached the Supreme Court. The apex court had directed the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) to resolve the grievances of the students by 30 May.
CLAT is conducted for the purpose of admission to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in law offered at premier national law schools of the country.
The examination was organised by CLAT working committee and implementation committee and the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) and the 2018 results were declared on May 31.
(With PTI inputs)