The Supreme Court docket has on Tuesday dismissed a plea searching for postponement of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2021. The examination is scheduled to be held on July 23.
The bench of Justice Nageswara Rao and Justice Aniruddha Bose mentioned that it’s going to not be appropriate to postpone the examination at this stage, as per Dwell Regulation. The bench additionally mentioned that the authorities should not pressure aspirants to get vaccinated.
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The bench has directed that the examination ought to be carried out whereas following all Covid protocols and security measures.
Candidates who’re showing for each CLAT and JEE examination dates have been required to go to the Consortium of Nationwide Regulation Universities web site – consortiumofnlus.ac.in to request a change within the CLAT examination date.
The aspirants who want to take up the profession path of authorized justice and regulation might seem for the CLAT. The examination is held for admission within the UG / PG regulation programs supplied by Nationwide Regulation Universities (NLUs), apart from NLU Delhi. The CLAT UG paper will likely be of 150 marks. There will likely be a complete of 150 MCQ questions, and the damaging marking per the incorrect reply will likely be 0.25 marks. Then again, the PG paper may have the identical sample.