GGSIPU and AMU change entrance exam dates to avoid clash with CLAT 2014
Apratim Chatterjee, 22 Jan 2015, #CLAT
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Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University
and Aligarh Muslim University who had announced their BA LL.B entrance exam on the same date chosen by CLAT 2014, have now announced new dates, making possible for aspirants to appear for all the three UG Law exams for this academic year.

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The new dates for IPU CET Law and AMU Law entrance exam is May 25 and June 1, 2014 respectively. CLAT 2014 exam date remains unchanged as May 11.

 

Earlier, all the three institutions had announced the exam dates on the same day, i.e. May 11, 2014. While CLAT was first to announce the dates, GGSIPU and AMU notified their exam on the same dates, making it impossible for examinees to appear for all these exams.

 

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After the dates clashed, the candidates aspiring to take these exams were in dilemma on choosing one of the three exams. GGSIPU and AMU, however, have changed the dates of IPU CET Law and AMU Law entrance exam, respectively.

Careers 360 had reported on the three exam dates falling on the same day and asked for response from concerned authorities on the possibility of re-scheduling the exam dates.

Thomas-MathewCLAT Committee justified its announcement saying, it did not need to relook into the date as it was announced much in advance to the other two exam dates. “The Core Committee of CLAT took into consideration organization of various entrance examinations and decided 11 May 2014 as the CLAT 2014 exam date.” said, CLAT 2014 Co-Convener, Dr. Thomas Mathew. Moreover, he confirmed that the exam will take place on this very date only.

For the law aspirants, all the three exams are of major importance. CLAT is conducted for admitting candidates in 14 participating NLUs having 1660 seats, Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University conducts IPU CET Law 2014 for admitting the qualifying candidates for nearly 833 seats and Aligarh Muslim University invites applications for a total of 100 B.A. LL.B seats.

CLAT 2014 Seat Allotment – Click here to know the seat allotment in the 14 National Law Universities.

CLAT Co-Convener, Dr. Thomas Mathew expects CLAT 2014 registrations to be around 35,000 as compared to 2013 when the total number of registration was 30,915.

CLAT, being the national exam for getting admissions in 14 National Law Universities, apart from some other Law schools gathers more number of registrations than any other law entrance exam in India. Click here to get a comprehensive list of CLAT 2014 Participating Institutes.

 

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