Bombay High Court has ordered CLAT 2015 Committee to clarify on seven ‘alleged’ erroneous questions and re-evaluate the merit list, if necessary, even as the admission process to all NLUs through CLAT 2015 is scheduled to end by July 6.The HC has ordered the CLAT Convener to set up an Expert Committee with the power to decide and clarify the seven alleged erroneous questions and further revise the merit list, if necessary, preferably within five days from July 2. According to the HC judgment, the whole merit list and all subsequent process will be subject to outcome of the Expert Panel/Committee's decision.
Read below the complete judgment order of Bombay HC.
What Bombay High Court ordered?
CLAT 2015 Convener need to appoint an Expert Panel/Committee, as early as possible, preferably within 5 days from July 2 and refer the 7 objections/ questions or other connected issues, for clarification or explanation, for their consideration immediately
The Expert Panel/Committee to clarify and take decision with reasons on all the objections/questions as recorded within 3 days thereafter, by following the due process of law
The Expert Panel/Committee to take effective decision and actions for re-preparing and revising the merit list of candidates, if necessary after revaluation and assessment, if required, or pass or declare such results/merit list immediately, within 4 days thereafter
It is made clear that the whole merit list and all subsequent process, will be subject to outcome of the Expert Panel/Committee's decision, so as referred above, which will be taken as early as possible by all the concerned, to avoid further delay of any kind
If the CLAT 2015 Expert Committee announces fresh merit list, the original admission process might be cancelled with possible announcement of fresh counselling in 16 NLUs.
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