Pleas against CLAT 2018: Supreme Court asks students to complain to the panel set up by NUALS
Pleas against CLAT 2018: Supreme Court asks students to complain to the panel set up by NUALS. The CLAT 2018 can conduct on May 13 by National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS). The Kochi and the resulting scheduled to declare on May 31. So Many law aspiring students from almost 200 online examination centers face problems in taking the exam. The problems included power cuts, failure of the log-in system and slow biometric verification. The resulting in substantial loss of time for the candidates.
The NUALS says that it can constitute a two-member committee to look into the complaints. The Vacation bench of the SC judges justice A.M. Khanwwilkar. And Indu Malhotra says candidates having any of the complaints about the problems. They encounter while appear for the online exam can approach the committee by 7.00 P.M. on Sunday.
Soon after the exam, several pleas were filed in six different high courts across the country and also in the apex court seeking quashing of the CLAT alleging inconsistencies and technical glitches during the May 13 online test.
In the plea, students alleged that they had to face several technical difficulties during the online test. Students also complained of poor infrastructure at the exam centers and lack of proper guidance from the examination staff. The students also sought an interim stay on the publication of final result until a decision is made on their plea.
The Delhi high court ordered on May 22 response from the center and the bar council of India. A plea filed by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad. The two law students challenge the Inconsistently and negligently conduct CLAT 2018 exam. The Several pleas filed to challenge the CLAT 2018 exam alleging mismanagement and incompetence. The national law universities conduct the test on the rotational basis.