ON 14TH June 2019, the result of Common Law Admission Test [CLAT 2019], have been published on the CLAT websites. The exam went smoothly, as compare to the opposition to the previous edition of CLAT Exam 2018. In last year 2018, the CLAT consortium took a call to conduct offline exam rather than online exam but in 2018 CLAT exam there was some technical errors. So, CLAT has created a permanent body to streamline CLAT conduct and make it offline exam from 2019.
Saumya Singh has topped this year’s edition of the CLAT.
More than 47000 candidates appeared out which 2584 seats are up for grabs for the undergraduate course at 21 National Law Universities.
People are with view that most of the seat are grabbed by SC&ST categories people and it is injustice with general categories.
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Candidates may access the results here. [https://clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in/score-card.html].