[BREAKING] Consortium of National Law Universities will consider grievances raised by CLAT 2021 candidates regarding Rs. 50,000 counselling fee

The Consortium of NLU has extended the time for receiving the deposit from 12 noon to 3 pm today.
[BREAKING] Consortium of National Law Universities will consider grievances raised by CLAT 2021 candidates regarding Rs. 50,000 counselling fee
CLAT 2021

The Consortium of National law Universities has agreed to expeditiously look into the grievances raised by Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2021 candidates regarding the mandate to deposit Rs.50,000 to participate in the seat allotment process for admission to National Law Universities (Sivapriya Ajith v. Union of India and Ors).

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