A two-member grievance redressal committee has been set up to look into the complaints by students who took the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) this year to secure their seats in national law universities, the Supreme Court was told on Friday.

Appearing before a bench of justice AM Khanwilkar and justice Indu Malhotra on Friday, the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) counsel said the committee will be headed by retired Kerala high court judge, justice MR Hariharan Nair.

The other member is Dr Santhosh Kumar G, head of the department of computer science at Cochin University of Science and Technology.

The court ordered that students can lodge online complaints with the committee by 7pm on May 27.

NUALS counsel told SC…

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