The Consortium of National Law Universities, NLUs, released the answer key of the Common Law Admission Test, CLAT 2020. The consortium released the answer key on the official website consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
CLAT aspirants are allowed to raise any objection against the provisional CLAT 2020 answer key. All the details regarding objections, formats, uploading relevant documents to support, everything is mentioned on the official website.
CLAT 2020 ELIGIBILITY TEST TODAY
The administration will hold the CLAT eligibility test between 2 pm to 4 pm. There are 300 designation centers across the country where the test will take place. However, the s taken for undergraduate and postgraduate law programs that many National Law Universities offer across the country.
TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES APPLIED FOR CLAT 2020
For CLAT 2020, 75,183 candidates applied. Out of which 68,833 candidates downloaded their admit cards. 86.20 percent of total candidates downloaded their admit cards and appeared for the test. Also, 100 percent attendance was recorded at four examination centers.
HOW TO DOWNLOAD CLAT 2020 ANSWER KEY
Students can follow these steps to download the answer key of CLAT 2020.
- Visit the official website consortiumofnlus.ac.in
- Click on the answer key link given on the website.
- Tally the answers you have marked and download the score.
STUDENTS CAN RAISE OBJECTIONS TILL SEPTEMBER 29
To raise objections against the provisional answer key of CLAT, candidates have to fill the application form. They can challenge the answer key till midnight of September 29. Students are allowed to challenge the misinterpretations in the CLAT question paper. But they have to bring the relevant documents in the specified format.
CLAT 2020 RESULT ON OCTOBER 5
In consideration of the objections raised, the consortium will release the final answer key of CLAT. It will release the final answer key on October 3, 2020, and the result on October 5, 2020. CLAT result will decide the eligibility of students to take admission in under graduation and post-graduation law colleges.
STUDENTS HAVE TO PAY 50 PERCENT FEES DURING ADMISSION
There is a statement on the website that reads that candidates will get an option to revise their preference of NLUs. They have to regularly check the website of the consortium. Due to COVID-19, the consortium decided that they will charge only a 50 percent fee at the time of admission in different law universities. In normal conditions, they used to charge the fee of the entire year at the time of admission.