Clat's website said today that an expert committee had been set up to look into the complaints made by students and guardians who have demanded a fresh test.
Clat uploads the questions and answer keys every year. The Clat organisers had prepared 12 sets of question papers this year. Following the directive from Allahabad High Court on a petition by a group of students, the authorities uploaded just one set of question papers and the corresponding answers - much to the chagrin of students and parents who are demanding access to the remaining 11 sets. On the question paper and in the keys that were uploaded, the students and parents found that at least 25 answers were inaccurate. Representations have been received from some candidates wherein they have questioned accuracy of answers of certain questions and more such abberations can be found in the Legal Aptitude section of CLAT-2015.
In view of above discrepancies and serious breach, what will be the solution offered by the newly formed Expert Committe unless the CLAT Examination is taken afresh?