NLAT 2020: Download Final Answer Key Released by NLSIU Banglore and Check NLAT Question Papers
NLSIU Bangalore has released the final NLAT 2020 Answer Keys on Wednesday. Students can check the final answer keys on the official website i.e., admissions.nls.ac.in.
NLSIU Banglore had also released the Provisional NLAT 2020 Answer Key soon after the conclusion of NLAT on September 12. Check NLAT 2020 Paper Analysis held on September 12, 2020
Candidates who appeared for the exam can check their responses marked in the examination with the help of the NLAT answer key released by NLSIU. The institute has also released the answer key of the NLAT Re-test held on September 14, 2020.
Download NLAT 2020 Question Paper and Final Answer Key
Students can download the Final NLAT 2020 Answer Key and Question Papers using the links given below:
|Batch||Question Paper Link||Final Answer Key Link|
|NLAT UG Batch 1, September 12, 2020||Download|
|NLAT UG Batch 2, September 12, 2020||Download|
|NLAT UG Batch 3, September 12, 2020||Download|
|NLAT PG Batch 1, September 12, 2020||Download||Download|
|NLAT UG Re-test (or Batch 4), September 14, 2020||Download||Download|
|NLAT PG Re-test (or Batch 2), September 14, 2020||Download||Download|
The window to raise objections against the NLAT 2020 Answer Key for exams on Sept 12 was open till midnight on September 13, 2020. Students could email their objections to firstname.lastname@example.org. While for objections against the NLAT re-test were open till September 14, 2020.
According to the numbers shared by NLSIU Banglore, an overall attendance of 94% was recorded for NLAT held on September 12. The table below shows the details of batch-wise attendance recorded.
|Exam||Number of Candidates Registered||Number of Candidates Appeared||Attendance %||Attendance % for CLAT 2019|
NLSIU also stated that attendance among PwD candidates was also strong. There were 99 out of 100 candidates for NLAT UG and 23 out of 24 candidates for NLAT PG.
In a press release on September 12, 2020, NLSIU stated that these figures are a great improvement as compared to the equivalent exams held in the past years despite being ab online test conducted in the COVID-19 pandemic.
NLSIU Banglore also cleared in the press release that the admission results are subject to the orders from the Supreme Court on September 16, 2020 in WP (Civil) 1030/2020. Earlier the apex court had directed that no admission must be done on the basis of NLAT 2020.
NLSIU Denies NLAT 2020 Re-test Paper Leak Claims
The National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore denied the reports of NLAT 2020 Re-test question paper leakage. In a public notice released on its official website, the university clarified that the question paper for the re-test was only available after the student had logged into the system. Therefore, unless one login the NLAT UG 2020 Re-test question paper is not accessible.
It further stated that it is very much possible that some candidates might have ‘copied the questions and circulated this on some messaging apps/ emails after logging in’.
The institute further commented that copying questions is malpractice but it doesn’t damage the integrity of the test. The university confirmed that copying questions and circulating them during the exam is a malpractice under NLAT proctoring guidelines. Those involved in unfair practice would be tracked.
NLSIU stressed that a robust technology is tracking the candidate’s answers and behavior patterns and anyone found with unusual behavior will be disqualified if needed.