August 05, 2020
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), 2020, has been postponed indefinitely until further notice, the Bar and Bench reported today. CLAT is a centralised exam for admissions to bachelors and masters coursses in law in 22 NLUs in the country and is conducted by the consortium.
Justice Jayant Nath had asked the central government to inform the court whether it would be permissible to hold such an exam at physical centres in view of the pandemic. The court had issued notices to the central government and the NLU, seeking their stand by August 10 on the petition which sought that the online CLAT exams be allowed to be undertaken from home.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Delhi High Court had asked the Centre and the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLU) to reply to a law graduate’s plea challenging the requirement of physically appearing at exam centre for CLAT 2020 amid COVID-19 pandemic.
We are inviting Individual Blogger | News Publications | Professionals | Brands | Citizens | Kids | Youth | Social Workers to
Contact/WhatsApp: +91 7827887720 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: The perspectives communicated in the article/news/press release above are those of the writers’ and don’t really speak to or mirror the perspectives of this website or its personnel. Except if in any case noticed, the writer is writing in his/her own ability. They are not expected and ought not to be thought to speak to legitimate thoughts, perspectives, or strategies of any individual, Institution, organization or foundation.