CLAT 2020 NEWS
NATIONAL LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
The Common Law Admission Test has been facing a lot of controversies over the past few years (3 years to be exact). The major and most common issues were related to the technical glitches that have marred the conduct of the law entrance exam. In the 4th meeting of the NLU Consortium, held at NLSIU, Bangalore, it was unanimously decided that CLAT 2019 will be conducted offline (pen-paper) mode.
A press release was also released stating the following:
“Keeping in view that in last few years there have been glitches due to the fault of the service provider in the conduct of the online CLAT examination, the CLAT Consortium unanimously resolved that CLAT-2019 will be conducted Off-line. It was also resolved that as and when number of candidates taking up CLAT drastically increases or when admission to law colleges in the entire country would be based only on the CLAT score, the feasibility of online test will be considered.“
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With this, a historic decision was made by the Consortium to constitute a Permanent Secretariat for the conduct of CLAT. The meeting also saw the inauguration of this Permanent CLAT Secretariat by Chairman, Prof Faizan Mustafa (Vice-Chancellor of NALSAR, Hyderabad) and Vice-President, Prof V Vijayakumar (Vice-Chancellor, NLIU, Bhopal).
The CLAT Secretariat is intended to function throughout the year from its permanent office in Bangalore. Pursuant to ensuring the stable and smooth conduct of the examination, the Consortium has also decided to create a permanent website for CLAT exam.
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Apart from the above-mentioned decisions, the meeting also resolved the following:
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