CLAT is conducted for the purpose of admission to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in law offered at premier national law schools.
The Supreme Court would on Thursday hear the petitions challenging the Common Law Admission Test 2018 (CLAT) held on May 13 and asked the petitioners to place before it the orders, if any, passed by six high courts on similar pleas.
A bench of Justices A.M. Khanwilkar and Navin Sinha asked the lawyers appearing for the petitioners to serve the copy of their pleas to the standing counsel appearing for the respondents, including the Centre.
The petitioners told the bench that the high courts of Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Bombay, Punjab and Haryana and Rajasthan, both the Jaipur and Jodhpur bench, were hearing separate pleas challenging the CLAT 2018 examination and notices have been issued in some of these matters.
CLAT is conducted for the purpose of admission to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in law offered at premier national law schools. It was organised by CLAT working committee and implementation committee and the National University of Advanced Legal Studies and the 2018 results are expected to be declared on May 31.
The petitioners have sought quashing of the CLAT 2018 besides a re-test alleging that inconsistencies had cropped up during the test held on May 13.
Source: The Asian Age
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