Resonance Students shine in Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) – 2015 Result

Students of Resonance Commerce & Law Program Division (CLPD) has performed brilliantly in Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) – 2015. Result of CLAT-2015 was declared on 20th May (Wednesday).

Prakhar Gupta of the Institute has secured All India Rank – 94 by scoring 111.5 Marks out of 200. Vartika Thakur secured All India Rank – 475 while other students who secured good All India Ranks required to get admissions in National Law Universities (NLUs) include Vidit Goyal (AIR-1171), Ankush Jain (AIR-1455), Ayush Gupta (AIR-1481), Tapan Gupta (AIR-1488), Sakshi Upadhyay (AIR-1642) & Pragya Singh (AIR-2017).

Resonance had started coaching for CLAT & other Law Entrance examinations in 2013-14 session only and the results of Institute’s students in just second year is commendable.

CLAT -2015 was conducted on 10th May (Sunday) for the admission in around 2000 seats of 17 National Law Universities (NLUs). Qualified students are eligible for the further process of counseling for the admission in these NLUs. 5 Years Program in Law including B.A.LLB, B.Sc. LLB, B.Com. LLB, B.S.W.LLB. & B.B.A.LLB. are offered at these NLUs.

Mr. Asheesh Sharma (CEO-Resonance) said that it is the result of Excellent Teaching Methodology of the Institute which is developed over the years and the relentless efforts of Teachers, Students & Parents.

Mr. R.K.Verma (MD-Resonance) congratulated all the students and extended his best wishes for a bright future.

The new batches for CLAT-2016 are starting from 6th July at Resonance and the registration has been started for the same.

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