The Rajasthan High Court may soon hear a third petition against the conduct of CLAT 2018. Sixteen students who contend to have faced a host of technical and other difficulties in writing the exam this year have filed a writ petition at the Jaipur Bench of the Court.
While the Jaipur Bench had already issued notice in a similar petition last week, the Jodhpur Bench issued notice in yet another petition today.
The latest petition filed through Advocates Aditya Jain and Ravi Saini raises specific issues in relation to each petitioner. Broadly summed up, the cumulative list of complaints includes the following.
Poor Invigilation and general mismanagement
The petitioners have therefore prayed that the CLAT be re-conducted in a free, fair and efficient manner. Further, they have sought for an inquiry into the conduct of the officials at the Jaipur exam centres where the petitioners gave their exam. In the interim, a stay on CLAT results has also been sought for. The petition is likely to be taken up on May 25.
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