CLAT 2015: Writ filed in Rajasthan HC claims 15 wrong questions
Apratim Chatterjee, 11 Jun 2015, #CLAT
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The national law entrance exam CLAT 2015 which has already been challenged in Allahabad High Court is now faced with yet another writ petition in Rajasthan High Court claiming as many as 15 wrong questions in the online test held on May 10.

Subsequent to the petition filed by CLAT taker, Rashi Mangal on June 5, the HC has sought CLAT 2015 officials’ response on the alleged wrong questions by June 17.


The Civil Writ Petition filed in the HC mentions that the online paper of CLAT 2015 had as many as 15 wrong questions.

The petition comesafter the CLAT Committee appointed expert committee to look into the alleged wrong questions on June 3. Now the expert committee has already submitted its suggestions and CLAT officials have also published a revised answer key after a couple of corrections in the same.

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The petitioner has also urged for display of CLAT 2015 Merit List of all candidates, publically, as it had been done last year also, by Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), the then conducting NLU of CLAT.


CLAT 2015 Committee officials, however, said that they have not yet received any notice from the Rajasthan HC.

Another group of test-takers had earlier approached to Allahabad High Court citing discrepancies in the most coveted law entrance exam. The Allahabad HC has also sought response from CLAT committee on May 25 and allowed four weeks time to the CLAT officials to respond to that. The next hearing is likely to be scheduled on July 9, 2015.


Careers360 had earlier reported that more than 135 questions were found to be copied from online knowledge sources along with the errors that existed in the original resources. Moreover, General Knowledge section of 50 questions had as many as 27 questions copied from question bank of a particular website. However, the CLAT 2015 officials had said that collecting questions from open knowledge sources is not wrong and it should not be related to the performance of students in CLAT 2015 paper.


Amidst all these ongoing controversies, CLAT 2015 Committee has announced seat allotment result of the first round of counselling on June 9 and have also revised few dates of counselling. Candidates who have been allotted seats in the respective NLUs as per the revised rank list published on June 6 have been asked to remit the counselling fee between June 10 and June 13, 2015.

A revised CLAT Result was announced on June 6 for over 39772 candidates who had appeared for the national level law entrance exam conducted by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU). CLAT 2015 is the basis for admission to 2164 seats of BA LLB across 16 NLUs in India.


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exam date of clat & colleges for gate

thomas joy 11th Dec, 2019
Hi Ruchika,
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), for the asmission of Law courses is conducted by NLU's
For CLAT 2020 the important dates are
  • Application opening -Jan,1 2020
  • Application closing- 3rd week of April
  • CLAT Admit card- 2nd week of may 2020
  • CLAT Exam- May 10 ,2020

some of the Top colleges in India accepting GATE score are
  • NITK, Surathkal
  • GNDU, Punjab
  • IIT Bombay
  • IIT, Madras
  • Cillege of Engineering, Pune
  • PSG College of Engineering, Coimbatore
  • Bahra University
  • BIT, Coimbatore
  • OPJU , Chattisgarh
  • SKP, Tamilnadu
  • DIET, west Bengal
  • KCET, Punjab
  • VIT, Vellore
  • Delhi Technological University
  • Indian institute of Engineering shibapur

Hope you get it, please do comment If you have any doubts.
Thank you

How can I give CLAT after failing NEET?

Sharon Rose Student Expert 11th Dec, 2019


Yes, you must fulfill the eligibility criteria for CLAT to be eligible to appear for CLAT and the eligibility criteria is that a candidate must have passed 10+2 or it's equivalent from a recognised board or university. Candidates belonging to general category must have passed with atleast 45% aggregate and candidates belonging to SC/ST must have atleast 40% aggregate in 10+2.

You can refer the article below for more useful information


clat paper hindi me bhi hota h kya

Sanjay Khandelwal 11th Dec, 2019
CLAT common law admission test is conducted for law entrance exam. The exam is conducted in offline mode. The paper comes is in English. Paper doesn't come in Hindi or any other regional language. So, Hindi is not an option here. You have to give the exam in English only.

clat paper hindi me hota h kya

Sourandhi Saha Student Expert 11th Dec, 2019
The Common Law Admission Test or CLAT is an offline entrance exam conducted by NLUs in India. CLAT paper doesn't come in Hindi. CLAT paper is conducted in English only. There are around 2500 for UG and 720 for postgraduate (NLUs only) through CLAT.

whose branch of carrier lancher is the best in Delhi for clat 2020

Sanjanaleekha 9th Dec, 2019

Hi there,

Career launcher has many branches in Delhi one of its main branch is in Connaught place, for preparation of CLAT 2020 you can also go through the previous year CLAT question paper for analysing the previous year paper pattern which can be accessed here,

If you want to prepare for CLAT 2020 yourself then also we have compiled a list f books which you can refer for your CLAT preparation,

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