The exception of impracticability doesn’t apply to CNLU after inconveniencing 50K CLATakers: GNLU student PILer

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2017 convenor CNLU Patna is in the Delhi high court facing a writ for its negligence in framing the question paper.

GNLU Gandhinagar 2nd year student Devansh Saraswat has asked for the cancellation and rescheduling of CLAT 2017, on the ground that it was unfair to candidates to be made to answer a question paper riddled with 15 errors.

Saraswat, who has reproduced the alleged errors in the first annexure to his writ, commented: “I know the plight of students and how they prepare for [CLAT] for a year or two, even [drop a year]and after they are not getting a good college as per what they deserve,…

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