The Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) committee has published an updated university allotment list, after candidates complained about the previous list, which contained errors.
The official CLAT website stated this morning:
“Consequent to consideration of representations with respect to allocation of Law Schools/Universities has necessitated reshuffling based on merit cum preference.
Accordingly provisional list of admission and allocation of Law Schools/Universities published on 28th May 2012 is hereby modified/substituted. It is made clear that fees already deposited with any Law School/University shall be transferred to re-allotted Law School/University.
Legally India reported yesterday that Justice NN Mathur, vice-chancellor of NLU Jodhpur and 2012 CLAT convenor, admitted that the university allotment list that was published on Monday may have contained inaccuracies due to human error and that all complaints would be dealt with “judiciously”.
Legally India’s preliminary analysis of CLAT takers’ preferences has revealed that NUJS Kolkata is more popular than NLIU Bhopal, with the average CLAT rank of the top-ranked 30 students who were allotted NUJS now being 116.5, compared to an updated “Super 30” rank of 185.2 at NLIU Bhopal.
Legally India had reported on Tuesday that in the originally published list, which was questionable at the time, NLIU was more popular than NUJS with a Super 30 rank of 144.5, compared to NUJS’ 157.7.
Full analysis of preferences to follow shortly.
Hat-tip to Clatgyan for first breaking the news, and compiling the individual university allotment documents into one file.
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