But now the interim measure has been taken after considering confusion caused by the BCI notification among the aspiring students from various universities and law institutes.
And the BCI had also informed the Supreme Court on Tuesday that it will be taking a decision regarding the age limit soon. This year's Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) will be conducted on March 31.
"What is the urgency to impose it? Why is it from this academic year? Take a good decision so that no one comes to courts," a bench headed by Justice SA Bobde had told the BCI counsel and fixed Friday to take up the matter.
"As per Clause 28, upper age limit for admission in LL.B three year course was 30 years and for LL.B five year course was 20 years", the circular said then.
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