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Results for the 2014 Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) will only be released within a week, with convenor GNLU Gandhinagar having to manually cross check all 33,491 answer sheets, CLAT committee member and NUJS Kolkata registrar Surajit Mukhopadhyay told the Times of India.

GNLU director Bimal Patel, breaking his long media silence on the debacle to the TOI, placed the blame squarely on the barcode sticker system attached to OMR answer sheets: "The concept of affixing the candidate sticker and the barcode was introduced to evaluate the OMR sheet without revealing candidate's details. The reconciliation will be done by opening the concealed section containing the candidate sticker and the details filled in by the candidates."

The Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) held by GNLU Gandhinagar has seen the withdrawak of the results under further notice, only a few hours after applicants started alleging yesterday, as reported by Legally India, that major mistakes were made in the grading of many exam papers.

The official CLAT website announced yesterday, around 24 hours after results were first published on Saturday:

Due to some technical discrepancies, the CLAT 2014 results declared on 31 May 2014 stands withheld till further intimation and guidelines on the admission process.

The candidates are required to keep checking their LOGIN ACCOUNT regularly so that they can fill-in the preferences of the NLUs at appropriate time and also get the updated information about the CLAT in order to complete the formalities, if any, from their end. Any clarification may please be sent at . CLAT Helpdesk will answer to the query within 48 hours.

The 2014 Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) conducted by GNLU Gandhinagar released an answer key to candidates that contained at least four wrong answers, sending CLAT candidates into confusion over whether these will be fixed by the convenors.

 

Slowing growth?31,231 national law school hopefuls sat the Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) conducted by GNLU Gandhinagar this weekend, which was the lowest growth rate recorded since the exam began in 2008.

CLATThe Allahabad high court on Tuesday directed GNLU Gandhinagar to allow two 21-year-old Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2014 aspirants to appear in the entrance exam.

Singapore carrotInternational law firm O’Melveny & Myers (OMM) has committed to select one intern per year from a pool of law students volunteering for the Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access (IDIA) initiative.

MoneyCommon Law Admissions Test (CLAT) aspirant Nilav Bannerjee wrote to the Chief Justice of India (CJI) and President of India seeking intervention in this year’s hike in CLAT and provisional admission fees.

CLAT 2014The Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) to be conducted by GNLU Gandhinagar on 11 May 2014, opened its doors to applicants on 1 January 2014.

CLATAn NLU Delhi student has objected to the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) committee’s recent notice stating that all records of the CLAT 2013 will be destroyed by 30 November 2013.

vqf3iekfA Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2012 examinee lost out on a Nalsar Hyderabad seat due to a mistake in last year’s question paper, the Delhi high court has held.

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