NEW DELHI: Law secretary has been asked to look into the complaints of glitches during the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), held on May 13, and give his advice to address the concerns.

The law ministry has taken cognisance of the high number of representations it has received against CLAT 2018. The secretary has been told to examine the matter in a timebound manner, sources confirmed.

The ministry is also learnt to have conveyed the same to an ABVP delegation that met minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on May 23.

Meanwhile, Supreme Court on Friday said students can make their representation online to a two-member panel set up by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) till 7 pm of May 27.

An SC bench was informed by the counsel…

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