The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear petitions challenging the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) held on May 13 after it was informed that aggrieved students have been approached six High Courts seeking a re-test.

CLAT is conducted for the purpose of admission to undergraduate and post-graduate programmes in law offered at premier national law schools of the country.

When the matter was mentioned before a bench of justices AM Khanwilkar and Navin Sinha on Wednesday, the judges asked the lawyers for petitioners to serve a copy of their pleas to the counsel for respondents, which includes the 19 national law universities that conduct the test on a rotational basis and the Centre.

The petitioners told the bench that High Courts of…

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