About CLAT 2020
The Consortium of NLUs has released the CLAT 2020 seat allotment result for Round III on October 14; seat allotment results for Round I was released on October 9, while CLAT seat allotment results for first round was declared on October 9. The links to download CLAT seat allotment results are given below.
Earlier the consortium had released question papers and provisional answer key of CLAT 2020 for both the UG and PG programmes on its official website: consortiumofnlus.ac.in. The keys and question papers were released on September 28. CLAT 2020 was conducted on September 28 (2-4 pm).
CLAT 2020 was conducted in online computer-based mode; previously the exam was conducted in pen-and-paper (offline) mode. Also, the consortium has announced a slew of exam-safety guidelines, including social distancing norms, to ensure safety of students and exam officials. CLAT 2020 exam was conducted at around 300 test centres.
This year, the Consortium of NLUs has updated the CLAT exam pattern for both UG and PG law entrance tests. At the undergraduate level, the number of question asked in the test have been reduced from 200 to 150 and questions will be comprehension-based. The CLAT syllabus includes five subjects namely - English language, Current affairs including general knowledge, Logical reasoning, Legal reasoning and Quantitative Techniques. There will be 150 multiple choice questions each carrying one mark. Candidates will be given two hours to answer the questions.
At postgraduate level, the CLAT syllabus includes topics like Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, Criminal Law, Property Law, Company Law and others. The paper will include 120 MCQs.
The minimum eligibility criteria for appearing in the national-level exam is a 10+2 pass scoring minimum 45% marks (relaxation in minimum marks applies to reserved categories). Also, there is no upper age limit for appearing in CLAT 2020.
What is CLAT?
CLAT, or Common Law Admission Test, is a national law entrance exam conducted by the consortium of National Law Universities for admission to the 22 participating NLUs; note that this year NLU Bangalore has opted out of CLAT 2020, so there are only 22 participating institutes. NLU Bangalore is conducting its own entrance exam for the current session, the NLAT 2020.
Apart from the 22 NLUs. CLAT 2020 scores will also be used for admission affiliated law schools. At the undergraduate level, the NLUs are offering around 2538 seats while around 742 seats are being offered for the LLM course.
CLAT 2020 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||Common Law Admission Test|
|Short Exam Name||CLAT|
|Conducting Body||Consortium of NLUs|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Exam Level||National Level Exam|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Application Fee (General)||4000 Rs [Online]|
|Mode of Exam||Online|
|Mode of Counselling||Online|
|Exam Duration||2 Hours|
|Number of Seats||2538 Seats|
CLAT 2020 Important Dates
Past Dates and Events
09 Oct, 2020 - 15 Oct, 2020
Counselling - admission | Mode: Online
14 Oct, 2020
Counselling - Seat Allotment - Round III - Start Date | Mode: Online
11 Oct, 2020
Counselling - Seat Allotment - Round II - Start Date | Mode: Online
09 Oct, 2020
Counselling - Seat Allotment - Round I - Start Date | Mode: Online
06 Oct, 2020 - 07 Oct, 2020
Counselling - Payment of counselling fee Rs 50,000 | Mode: Online
05 Oct, 2020
Result | Mode: Online
03 Oct, 2020
Answer Key - Final answer key | Mode: Online
29 Sep, 2020
Answer Key - Last date to raise objections | Mode: Online
28 Sep, 2020
Answer Key - Provisional | Mode: Online
28 Sep, 2020
Exam | Mode: Online
15 Sep, 2020
Admit Card | Mode: Online
01 Jan, 2020 - 15 Aug, 2020
Application | Mode: Online
The Consortium of NLUs has prescribed the eligibility criteria for both CLAT UG and CLAT PG. The eligibility criteria of CLAT 2020 includes educational qualification and age limit and is explained below.
CLAT 2020 - Eligibility for UG program:
- Qualifying exam: The candidate must have passed 10+2 or an equivalent exam from a recognised university or board.
- Marks in qualifying exam: General category candidates need minimum 45% marks in the qualifying exam, while SC and ST candidates need only 40% marks.
- Age limit: There is no upper age limit for appearing in CLAT 2020
Candidates appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible to appear in CLAT 2020, however, such candidates will be offered admissions only if they fulfil the other parameters of the eligibility criteria.
CLAT 2020 eligibility criteria - Significant features
- The candidate needs to meet the CLAT eligibility criteria for admission to either the 5-year LLB or one-year LLM programme.
- All candidates need to confirm their eligibility before filling the application form.
- Any candidate who doesn't meet the CLAT eligibility criteria 2020 can be disqualified at any stage of the admission process.
- The information shared by the candidate at the time of filling the CLAT 2020 application form will be checked at the time of the document verification process, which is an integral part of the counselling process.
- Admission process: Simply meeting the CLAT 2020 eligibility criteria is no guarantee of admission, as it is just of of the multiple step admission process. The candidate has to next appear in the entrance exam and participate in the counselling cum seat allotment process.
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card
CLAT application form 2020 closed on August 15. The online registration for CLAT 2020 started on January 1. Eligible candidates can visit the CLAT official website for registering themselves. To CLAT application form can be filled only after creating a CLAT account by using the details like name, contact information etc. The detailed CLAT application process is explained below.
How to fill CLAT 2020 application form
Registration: The first step in the application process, the candidate has to register by entering details their name, email id, mobile number, and other details.
Fill in relevant details: The application form will have various sections like personal, academic and contact details which have to be duly filled. The candidate will also be required to select the program of study (CLAT UG or PG), and their choice of NLUs in the order of priority. The list of NLUs will be given in a drop-down menu, from which the candidate may make selections and set a priority list.
Upload documents: Scanned copies of signature, photograph and other documents in prescribed specification (refer table below) has to be uploaded.
CLAT 2020 - Document specification
Image size (maximum)
State domicile certificate
Application fee: Depending on the category of the candidate, the application fee may vary as shown in the table below.
General/ OBC/PwD/NRI/PIO//OCI category
CLAT application form 2020 - Points to remember
- One must fill the CLAT application form only if they meet the prescribed eligibility criteria.
- In such a case where candidates fills the application form but doesn't meet the eligibility criteria, then the candidate may be disqualified at any stage of the admission process.
- Note that during the document verification process of CLAT counselling 2020, all details entered in the application form will be verified. Exam officials will demand originals of all essential documents to be produced before them. In case they find any inconsistency in the information shared in the application form, the candidate most likely would be disqualified from further admission processes.
- Also, simply meeting the eligibility criteria is no guarantee for admission, as final CLAT 2020 seat allotment will be based on the merit rank of the candidate in the online exam.
Know how to fill CLAT application form 2020 -
|SC, ST||Online||Female, Transgender, Male||₹ 3500|
|OBC, General||Online||Female, Transgender, Male||₹ 4000|
|OBC, General||PWD||Online||Female, Transgender, Male||₹ 4000|
Current affairs, including general knowledge
With the help of CLAT preparation tips 2020, candidates will get a fair idea of how to prepare for the Common Law Admission Test. Candidates can check here the important points of CLAT 2020 Preparation Tips -
- Candidates need to be well-versed with the exam pattern and syllabus.
- Practice sufficient mock tests and sample papers to edify learning and to hone problem-solving skills.
- CLAT aspirants are also advised to follow a proper time-table for preparation.
- Candidates should choose books that are easy to follow, meet the quality standards, and contain lots of practice material to prepare for the exam.
- Regular revision is the key to score good marks in exam.
- Maintaining equanimity is crucial for effective preparation. To achieve that stay in the moment, instead of flying into the future or pondering the past.
CLAT 2020 last week (s) preparation and exam-day tips
- Solve sample papers: The last most should involve extensive solving of CLAT 2020 sample papers. While in the preliminary phases of the CLAT exam preparation one may solve one sample papers a week, the number in the last month and weeks can be increased. One may solve as many sample papers as possible.
- Mock test: The idea of CLAT mock tests 2020 is to get an exam-like experience, which may include pressure-cooker situation. Considering the exam will be now conducted in online mode, mock tests will help the candidate to understand navigation, how questions are presented, how questions can be answered, and manage time. Note that there will be 150 multiple choice questions which have to be answered in 120 minutes. This means speed and accuracy will be important qualities for success in the exam.
- Don't study new topics close to the exam: Unless you are thoroughly done with what you have already taken up, better don't get entangled in new topics, because it will eat into your last phase of exam preparation. Remember the last phase is all about acceleration, which include doing fast revision, solving sample papers, and taking mock tests. But if you bring in new topics, you will break the flow; also note that new topics will take more time to master, which you can ill afford at this stage.
- How to answer the CLAT question paper 2020: The questions asked in the CLAT 2020 exam can be placed in three groups: easy, moderate, and difficult. It is recommended that the candidate starts with easy questions, before answering moderate and difficult questions. Also, if one gets stuck with a difficult question, better not spend too much time on it, but instead move on to the next question.
- Stay composed even in difficult situations during exam: Sometimes the question paper may turn out to be more difficult than expected, or you may not be able to answer a easy-looking question. In those situations, it is important to keep one's cool and not get rattled. Take a deep breathe and move on to the next question.
CLAT UG Sample Papers 2020 - Based on new CLAT exam pattern
Download CLAT subject wise sample papers
|CLAT sample papers for quantitative ability||Download here|
|CLAT Logical reasoning sample papers||Download here|
|CLAT Sample Paper for General Knowledge and English||Download here|
|CLAT Legal Reasoning Sample Paper||Download here|
CLAT 2020 best books for exam preparation
When preparing for CLAT, it is important to have a dependable and high quality study material. The CLAT best books 2020 will are those that are easy to understand, contain few to no errors, include problem sets and instructions.
Best books for CLAT 2020 for English
Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren & Martin
English is Easy by Chetananand Singh
Objective General English by RS Aggarwal
Barron’s Pocket Guide to Vocabulary
CLAT 2020 Best Books for General Knowledge
Pearson General Knowledge Manual 2020
Lucent’s General Knowledge
Manorama Year Book
India Year Book
Competition Success Review
The Hindu Newspaper
The Indian Express Newspaper
The Telegraph Newspaper
Best books for CLAT 2020 for Legal Aptitude
- Universal’s CLAT Guide
- Legal Awareness and Legal Aptitude by AP Bhardwaj
- LexisNexis Butterworths
- Bare Acts of Indian Constitution
CLAT 2020 Best books for Logical Reasoning
- Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
- Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey
- Analytical and Logical Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal
CLAT 2020 exam was conducted in computer-based, online, centre-based mode; originally the exam was slated to be held in pen-and-paper mode. The switch to online mode is done given the COVID-19 situation in the country and assuming the online mode is safer. CLAT exam officials have also increased the number of test centre locations to 203 from previously announced 67.
Earlier the consortium had made other important changes to the CLAT UG exam pattern, including include reducing the number of objective questions to 150 from 200. Also, questions will now be comprehension-based. The question paper for undergraduate program will have five sections: Quantitative Techniques, English, Current Affairs, Legal Reasoning and Logical Reasoning. The updated CLAT 2020 exam pattern is provided below.
CLAT Exam pattern 2020 (Updated)
|Type of questions||CLAT UG - Objective type test|
|CLAT PG - Objective + Subjective type questions|
|Total number of question||CLAT UG - 150 MCQs|
|CLAT PG - 120 MCQs|
This year no descriptive questions will be asked.
|Exam duration||2 hours|
|Negative marking||0.25 marks will be deducted for each incorrect answer|
CLAT Exam Pattern
Number of Questions
Current Affairs, including General Knowledge
CLAT syllabus 2020
|Undergraduate Law Programme (LL.B)||Postgraduate Law Programme (LL.M)|
|English (Comprehension & grammar-based)||Law of Torts|
|Legal Aptitude||Family Law|
|Logical Reasoning||Criminal Law|
|Elementary Mathematics (Including Numerical Ability)||International Law|
|General Knowledge and Current Affairs||Property Law|
|Law of Contracts|
|Intellectual Property Law|
Candidates appearing in the national-level exam could access the CLAT 2020 mock test online. There are multiple benefits of taking CLAT mock test 2020, some of which are enumerated below:
- Mock tests contain similar type of questions to those asked in the entrance exam. So, solving these problems will help the candidate judge the difficultly level of the exam and plan accordingly.
- The success in mock tests can be taken as indicative of exam readiness or lack of it. If readiness is lacking, one may need to pull up one's socks and try harder.
- Success in these tests would also give the candidate lot of confidence that he/she can carry to the exam.
- Mock tests will teach the candidate time management skills and also how to wriggle out of a tricky problem by keeping a cool head.
- Effective prioritising of questions is an art that can be cultivated by solving CLAT mock test. Students who master this art will be able to lock down all the sure-shot questions first, before moving on to tricky and not-so sure questions.
CLAT mock test 2020 - Additional mock test for online exam
In view of the COVID-19 situation in the country, the exam moved to online mode from pen-and-paper mode. Now to help candidates with the transition, the exam conducting body conducted a series of mock tests both for the undergraduate and the postgraduate programs. For CLAT UG 2020, a total of five mock tests were conducted, with the first mock test held on July 17. In case of CLAT PG 2020, three mock tests were sheduled, with the first held on July 24.
How to take CLAT 2020 mock tests
- Click on the mock test link
- A login window will open
- Enter user id and password
- On login, a dashboard will be displayed
- Click on the mock test link to start the test
- Go through all the instructions, and terms and conditions
- Take the mock test.
The Consortium of NLUs has released the CLAT 2020 admit card to all successfully registered candidates on September 15. To download the CLAT admit card, the candidate needs to log-in by entering one's mobile number and password. On exam day, the applicant needs to carry with them the admit card of CLAT 2020 without fail, along with a valid photo ID proof.
The CLAT admit card would carry such details like the name and address of the exam venue, date and time of CLAT 2020 entrance exam, and roll number of the candidate. Candidates are also advised to carefully go through all the exam day guidelines mentioned on the CLAT 2020 admit card to stay out of trouble. Keep the CLAT admit card safe until the admission process is over.
Given the COVID-19 pandemic situation in the country, the NLU consortium has released a slew of medical and safety guidelines.
Medical and other safety guidelines in view of COVID-19
- When reporting at the CLAT exam centre 2020, students must wear COVID-19 protection masks
- Considering the OCVID-19 spreads when people come in close contact, the student must strictly follow social distancing norms.
- It is recommended that the candidates carry with them personal hand sanitizers (50 ml)
- To ensure social distancing at the exam venue, exam conducting officials will employ stuff at the venue.
- Guards will be placed at the entry gates, who will be equipped with Thermo Guns for testing temperature of candidates.
- Any candidate who shows COVID-19 symptoms, such candidates will be isolated.
- All CLAT 2020 exam centres will be sanitised. Also, the exam centres will be provided sufficient hand sanitizer and hand soap
- Following items are allowed inside CLAT test venue 2020: mask, gloves, personal transparent water bottle, personal hand sanitizer, a simple pen, and exam-related documents ( CLAT 2020 admit card and photo ID proof) are allowed inside the exam centre.
|Jammu and Kashmir||Jammu|
Documents Required at Exam
- CLAT admit card 2020
- An identity proof in original (Driving License/Aadhaar Card/PAN Card)
The provisional answer key of CLAT 2020 has been released on September 28. By consulting keys given in the provisional CLAT 2020 answer key, the candidate will be able to calculate the number of questions they managed to respond correctly. Now using the official CLAT 2020 marking scheme, the candidate will be able to calculate the probable score, and in turn their chances of admission (use previous years' cutoff data for the purpose). Any candidate who has any objections regarding any of the key (s) will be allowed to filed objections. Authorities, after considering all complaints will release the final answer key of CLAT 2020. The keys given in the final CLAT 2020 answer key will be considered to be the final authority or correct answers to questions asked in the exam.
CLAT 2019 Question Paper and Answer Key
|Question Paper||Answer Key (Final)||Question paper||Answer Key (Provisional)||Answer Key (Final)|
|5-year Law Programme||Series A||Click here||Click here||Click here|
|Series B||Click here||Click here||Click here|
|Series C||Click here||Click here||Click here|
|Series D||Click here||Click here||Click here|
|LLM Programme||Series A||Click here||Click here||Click here|
|Series B||Click here||Click here||Click here|
|Series C||Click here||Click here||Click here|
|Series D||Click here||Click here||Click here|
What is the procedure to calculate probable score using CLAT Answer Key 2020
As per the official marking scheme of CLAT 2020, every correct answer will fetch 1 marks, while for and an incorrect answer 0.25 marks will be deducted. Use the following formula to calculate probable scores.
CLAT Scores = Total numbers of Correct options*1 - Total number of incorrect responses*0.25
If the number of correct answers is 100 and incorrect answers is 40 then the total marks will be calculated as-
Total CLAT Marks = (100*1) - (40*0.25)
Therefore; Total marks = 100 - 10 = 90
The Consortium has announced the result of CLAT 2020 on October 05 Candidates can access the CLAT 2020 result in online mode by logging in using their registration/application number and date of birth. The CLAT result will contain all the important details related to the candidate's performance in the exam. The information on CLAT result includes the qualifying status of the candidate, section-wise and overall marks along with the personal information. After the declaration of the result, candidates will have to appear in the counselling and seat allotment process of participating NLUs. The admissions will be offered on the basis of merit and maximum intake of the universities.
How to download CLAT result 2020
- Click on the result link (will be updated on this page once result is declared)
- In the login window, enter registration / application number and date of birth
- The CLAT result 2020 would be displayed on screen
- Download and take a printout of the result
Details mentioned on the CLAT 202 result
- Name of the candidate
- Roll number
- Category under which admission is sought
- Programme of study (UG / PG)
- CLAT 2020 score
- CLAT 2020 All India Rank (AIR)
- CLAT 2020 category rank (CR)
CLAT 2020 merit list
The exam officials will prepare the merit list of CLAT 2020 based on marks obtained by candidates in the entrance exam. Those with higher scores will be ranked higher in the CLAT merit list 2020. However, if two or more candidates scores the same marks, the tie-breaker will be used to decide the merit rank.
CLAT 2020 Merit List 2020 - Tie-breaking procedure
- The candidate who has a higher score in “Legal Aptitude” section of CLAT 2020 will be placed higher in the merit list
- If this step, the candidate who is senior in age will get a higher rank
- If the tie is still undecided, a computerized draw of lots will be used to decide the merit rank of such candidates.
Rank vs marks scored for CLAT 2018 (For General Category)
|1 - 30||34650 - 41468|
|30 - 50||22825 - 34649|
|50 - 70||11684 - 22834|
|70 - 90||4610 - 11683|
|90 - 110||1212 - 4609|
|110 - 130||149 - 1211|
|130 - 150||3 - 148|
|150 - 200||1 - 2|
The CLAT cut off will be released by all participating NLUs separately. The Cutoff of CLAT 2020 will be the minimum marks (or lowest rank) for which admissions into an NLU is offered. The various parameters on which CLAT 2020 cutoff would depend include - number of applications received for admission, sanctioned seat intake, the performance of applicants in the entrance exam, etc. Below are the details of the previous year cut-off of CLAT with the details like opening rank and closing rank.
CLAT 2019 Cutoff
NLU Odisha Cuttack
CLAT Cutoff 2018 - General Category
National Law Universities (NLUs)
For detailed cut off of CLAT
CLAT Cutoff 2017 - General Category(1st round)
National Law Universities (NLUs)
CLAT Cutoff 2016 - All categories
National Law Universities (NLUs)
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribes (ST)
Mode of Counselling: Online
Candidates who qualify in the computer based, online, centre based exam are called for attending the CLAT counselling which is conducted in ONLINE mode. For appearing in the CLAT 2020 counselling, all eligible candidates will be issued CLAT 2020 counselling call letters in online mode. The consortium is inviting candidates equivalent to FIVE times the seat intake in each category for the counselling process.
Eligible candidates need to register for counselling, wherein they have to select / edit NLU preferences and pay the counselling fee of Rs. 50,000.
The allotment of CLAT seats will be made basis the merit rank of the candidate and NLU preference selected. The Consortium has released the:
- Round I CLAT seat allotment result for Round II was declared on October 11; seat allotment result for Round I was released on October 9
- The CLAT seat allotment 2020 result for THIRD and final round has been declared on October 14
Post Round III seat allotment, the candidate has TWO options before him:
- Accept the allotted seat
- Exit the admission process.
Note that Upgrade option was available for only Round I and II.
Documents Required at Counselling
- Printout of CLAT application form 2020
- CLAT admit card 2020
- CLAT score card 2020
- Class 10th marksheet (for date of birth rroof)
- Class 12th marksheet (academic qualification)
- Caste certificate (if applicable)
- Specially-abled certificate (if applicable)
- NRI certificate (if applicable)
- Sponsored NRI certificate (if applicable)
- Domicile certificate (if applicable)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question: What is the full form of CLAT?
The full form of CLAT is Common Law Admission Test. CLAT is conducted for admission to national law universities of India.
Question: What is the eligibility for CLAT 2020 UG?
As per the eligibility criteria of CLAT 2020, the candidate should have completed the Class 12 from a recognized board with a minimum 45 per cent marks (40 per cent for SC/ST category candidates). There is no age limit for appearing in the CLAT examination.
Question: How many college participate in CLAT 2020?
There are 22 national law universities which offer admissions in various law programmes. Further, there are many other CLAT affiliated institutes and other colleges that offer admissions on the basis of CLAT 2020.
Question: What are the changes introduced in the CLAT exam pattern 2020?
The new CLAT exam pattern has been released. the changes include reducing the number of questions from 200 to 150. Now, the questions asked in the exam will be comprehension type, At postgraduate level, the 40 per cent cut-off is introduced, which means candidates scoring less than 40 per cent will be disqualified.
Question: What law courses are offered through CLAT 2020?
There are various UG and PG courses that are offered through CLAT, these include, BA LLB, BBA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, LLM specialisation etc.
Question: When will the CLAT 2020 exam conducted?
The CLAT 2020 exam was conducted on September 28. Originally the exam was scheduled to be conducted on May 10, but has since then been postponed multiple times owing to COVID-19 pandemic.
Question: When will be the admit card of CLAT 2020 be released?
Questions related to CLAT
Is there any age limit for doing LLB from NLU s?Is there any number of attempts which I can make in CLAT?
Clat number of attempt allowed:
There is no age limit for clat exam so a person can sit for any number of times. The supreme court has given a free hand to all the candidate in this regard.
Age limit for doing llb from nlu:
As per the clause 28 upper limi for admission in llb three year course was 30 and for llb five year course was 20 year.
My CLAT 2020 rank is 16784, Can i get into IP colleges like VIPs and MAIT. I am from delhi and general category
Judging from last year's cut off trends, Yes, it is very possible for you to get into VIPS and MAIT, if not in the first list then surely in the subsequent 2nd or 3rd lists (keep in mind they usually have spot counselling at the end as well so that is another chance)
I am attaching a link to last year's cut of lists for different universities, hope it helps (since IPU started accepting CLAT scores and scrapped their own exams only since last year)
Best wishes for your admissions ahead.
I am sc student and In clat i ve got two ranks one is all india rank - 23700 and all india sc rank - 1040 . For counselling my which rank will be considered all India or all India Sc rank ?.... in IPU main campus i want admission in USLLS ? will i get
First of all I am sorry for being a bit puzzled by your question since you mention that you have got all India SC rank of 1040 in CLAT 2020 and your question is regarding admission in IPU main campus. Did you not sit for the CLAT Consortium online Counselling? because with your rank you had a great chance of getting into NLSIU or NALSAR (top 2 law schools in the country).
So about your query , wherever you apply for with your CLAT score your SC category rank will be entertained and so you can definitely get admission into IPU USLLS or any college of your choice that accepts CLAT scores.
I hope the answer helped. Congratulations and best of luck for your law school journey.
how I become a judge if I target the clat exam and
Hello student ,
CLAT is the entrance exam which allows you to get admission in various law college and to become judge first of all you will have to be a graduate in law. Further for becoming judge you will need to crack the judicial service exam after your law graduation to become a judge irrespective of whether you completed your law from a NLU or any other law school.
Hope this information will help you !
my clat rank is 9221. gen delhi. can i get admission in vips?
Hello there. Hope you are doing good. I would like to tell you that VIPS requires you to have 5846 rank for BA LLB and 8515 rank for BBA LLB. Considering the cutoffs, the chances are quite less as there is a decent margin between the cutoff required and your rank obtained. However, there are other IPU colleges which you can look for in this rank.
I hope you found this answer helpful. Good luck for your future.