CLAT Result is declared to seek admission into prestigious law colleges in India including 19 National Law Universities, 43 others privates’ institutes and several other privates’ university accepting CLAT score. We are providing you with the latest update on CLAT Result 2018 which has just declared by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi for CLAT 2018 which was conducted on 13 May 2018. Approximately 60,000 candidates registered for CLAT 2018 and around 54,000 students appeared in the exam. The candidates who were waiting for CLAT 2018 Result can now check the same and also download scorecard. Check CLAT Score Card online, Cut off and Counselling details. Scroll down to get an overview of CLAT 2018.
CLAT Result 2018 - Where and How to Check?
CLAT Result has been declared and the Direct Link to check CLAT Result 2018 is available on this page. CLAT Result comprises “ALL India Rank” (AIR) and Scorecard of an individual. The candidates are advised to follow the instructions to check CLAT Result.
- Latest Update - CLAT Result 2018 - Declared!
CLAT Result 2018 - Events occurred Orderly
- CLAT 2018 Application process began on 1 January 2018 and ended on 31 March 2018 and CLAT Admit Card was available to download from 26 April to 12 May 2018.
- Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) was conducted on 13 May 2018. Around 60,000 candidates wrote CLAT 2018.
- Several problems including mainly technical issues reported by the candidates appeared on 13 May exam.
- Several petitions were filed against NUALS, Kochi by the candidates appeared in Law Entrance Exam highlighting poorly conducting CLAT 2018 and technical issues.
- CLAT Answer Key was released on 15 May 2018 and Final (amended) answer key was released on 26 May 2018.
- Supreme Court ordered on 25 May NUALS, Kochi to setup email id to receiving complaints from the candidates appeared in CLAT.
- Supreme Court refused 'Stay' on Result publication on 30 May 2018.
- CLAT Result is declared on 31 May 2018.
CLAT Controversies - Since its Inception
In the span of 10 years, Common Law Admission Test was surrounded with various controversies. The applicants alleged for poorly conducted CLAT 2014, whereas in 2009, CLAT was postponed due to rumours of the leak of Paper. CLAT was also in centres as the answer key was released with several error and questions were out of syllabus in the same year. CLAT 2018 was no exception. The candidates reported several technical issues including screen went black on various occasion, encrypted questions displayed on the screen etc. while writing CLAT.
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