The Delhi High Court on Tuesday issued notice on the Petition challenging Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), 2018 filed by Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), along with one candidate who appeared for CLAT UG and another law graduate who appeared for CLAT PG.

During the hearing, the petitioners asserted that CLAT shouldn’t be looked at as a mere competitive examination, but as a “selection examination”, as the scores facilitate admissions to Post-graduate courses as well, with several PSU’s taking in such candidates. ABVP was represented by Senior Advocate Chetan Sharma, who was briefed by Advocate Namit Saxena.

Justice Rekha Palli then asked Standing Counsel for the Centre, Kirtiman Singh to look into the issue, and directed the CLAT…

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