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CLAT ditches controversial plan for Hindi law school admissions test: Date set for 10 May, brochure tomorrow

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015, scheduled to be held on 10 May, will not be held in Hindi but will be conducted on a computer.

CLAT 2015 convenor RMLNLU Lucknow, under whose leadership the CLAT core committee has done away with the pen-and-paper version of the entrance exam, had also controversially proposed that the question paper carry Hindi translations of originally English-worded questions.

RMLNLU vice chancellor Gurdip Singh told Legally India that the core committee has rejected this proposal and there would be no regional language translation of any questions in the CLAT question paper.

He added that the CLAT 2015 brochure was due to be released tomorrow.

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