- Apprentice Lawyer
The conduct of this year’s edition of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2018), like many before it, has come under the scrutiny of the courts, after widespread instances of technical difficulties were reported in centres across the country.
A number of challenges have been filed in various high courts calling into question the conduct of the exam held earlier this month. In one petition, the Jodhpur Bench of the Rajasthan High Court has even issued notice to the CLAT authorities, stating that the results would be dependent on its decision.
Amidst the uncertainty surrounding the courts’ ultimate decisions, as well as remedial action that may possibly be taken by the examination authorities, CLAT mentor Rajneesh Singh has come out with an estimation of what the cut-offs for each National Law University are likely to be.
These cut-offs are made on the assumption that there has not been any cheating/discussions on a large scale.
Below is a list of cut-offs for each CLAT National Law University, as well as private colleges that use the CLAT score for admission.
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