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1 question in CLAT 2018 paper recommended to be cancelled • Nuals closes grievance redressal • university allocation to depend on Supreme Court


CLATaclysm becomes even bigger CLATsterfudge...
CLATaclysm becomes even bigger CLATsterfudge...

The _Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2018_ university allotment lists will be modified as per the decision of the Supreme Court in the challenge it is hearing by 34 CLAT 2018 candidates in two writs before it, the Supreme Court said today.

It is understood that CLAT 2018 convenor _Nuals Kochi’s grievance redressal committee has recommended to cancel one incorrect question that was part of this year’s LLB entrance question paper.

Nuals today submitted to the bench a sealed cover report carrying the recommendations of the expert committee that had looked into complaints of over 6000 CLAT 2018 candidates who were aggrieved with technical glitches and question paper errors in the exam.

All the petitioners have been allowed to obtain a copy of the sealed cover report.

The next hearing in the case is on Monday 11 June.

The result and merit list for CLAT 2018 has already been published but the court said that this is not final and will change according to its decision in the writ.

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