CLAT 2018: Unreliable.

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2018 could be the worst edition of the exam conducted in recent years yet, according to the reports of lapses flowing in from various exam centers, even resulting in at least one police complaint filed by candidates since yesterday.

Over 59,300 candidates appeared in the CLAT 2018 for LLB and LLM seats across 22 national law universities (NLU), CLAT 2018 convenor Nuals Kochi’s vice chancellor Prof Rose Varghese told us today.

With around 300-500 students attempting the CLAT 2018 at each test centre and with reportedly at least 14 centres experiencing technical glitches, yesterday’s exam could have potentially occurred in test centres at which 10% or more of this year’s total candidates…

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