CLAT 2018 Result Declared; Check At Clat.ac.in

CLAT 2018 results have been declared. The results are available on the official website of CLAT at clat.ac.in.

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CLAT 2018 Result Declared; Check At Clat.ac.in

CLAT Result 2018: Know How To Check


New Delhi:  The results for CLAT 2018 have been declared. Following the Supreme Court's order, National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) has declared the result today. The results are available on the official website of CLAT at clat.ac.in. Jaipur boy, Aman Garg emerged as the topper in the entrance examination. Students can check their result using registration number/ roll number and date of birth. To check the CLAT result, students can directly log on here.

Immediately after the result declaration, several students complained that the result link was not responding. Students who had appeared for the entrance exam for admission to LLM courses, particularly faced difficulty in accessing their results. 

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2018 was held on May 13 for admission to 19 National Law Universities in the country. National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi conducted the exam.​Immediately after the exam, CLAT aspirants started posting about the issues they faced during the exam.

This year CLAT exam has been under much criticism because of the 'mismanagement in the exam centres' as reported by many students.

Several petitions were filed by the students, who appeared for the exam, at High Courts and subsequently at Supreme Court. Supreme Court directed NUALS to look into the matter and resolve the grievances of the students by May 30.

NUALS had set up a two member committee headed by retired Kerala High Court judge Justice M R Hariharan Nair, to look into complaints received by students who had appeared in the exam. A separate email id was set up for the purpose of receiving complaints from the students.

Yesterday, Supreme Court ordered NUALS to declare the results as per the schedule notified earlier and asked the grievance redressal committee appointed by NUALS and headed by former Kerala High Court judge Justice M R Hariharan Nair, to submit its report on June 6. Complainants were dissatisfied with the resolution and claimed that it was unfair that NUALS was asked by SC to look into their own mismanagement. 
 
CLAT 2018 result will be available online till June 6, 2018. 

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