The National Law University of Orissa at Cuttack would continue to hold its own law entrance test instead of conducting selection of students on the basis of CLAT (Common Law Entrance Test) said its vice-chancellor to blog CLAT Gyan.
The vice-chancellor said: “No CLAT. Our executive council decided to go alone as our test is better”.
It also reported that aptitude-based application of mind over memory would be preferred when the test would be prepared by the university. “We want to change the pattern but students want CLAT like paper otherwise they will have to prepare differently,” he told CLAT Gyan.
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