CLAT 2015 results deferred due to discrepancies in answer keys


CLAT 2015: Inaccuracies in answer keys


The results for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 have been put on hold due to alleged discrepancies in the answer keys.

Soon after the results were released, the students and their parents demanded that the questions in the exam also be made public, so that they can tally the answer keys and the questions papers, in order to determine the discrepancies.

In view of the same, the authorities had published the question papers and the answer keys online. With students pointing out inaccuracies in as many as 28 answers, the CLAT Implementation Committee has decided to appoint an expert committee to resolve this issue.

Following this decision, the first indicative allotment list has been postponed, and will be released only once the matter regarding the wrong answers has been resolved.

The results for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 were declared on May 19 by Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University (RMLNLU). The results are available at the official website of CLAT,

The examination was conducted through online mode on May 10. This year, the competitive test was organised by RMLNLU and held in 28 cities across the country. The all India entrance exam for law courses is organised by each of the 16 participating colleges on a rotational basis.

The test was conducted through Computer Based Testing (CBT). The exam for postgraduate admissions was for a duration of two hours, consisting of 150 questions carrying one mark each. And the exam for undergraduate law admissions was also be a two-hour test consisting of 200 questions, carrying one mark each.

There are a total of 1,700 seats to be filled for the integrated LLB courses.

About 45,000 candidates competed for seats in the 16 participating colleges. The students registered for undergraduate and postgraduate law courses offered by the law schools. 39,686 students appeared for admission to Bachelor’s degree in law (L.L.B) and 5,514 candidates had registered for the Master’s degree in law (LLM)





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