Supreme Court directs NLU Consortium to publish CLAT scribe guidelines in advance; make reasonable accommodation for PwD candidates

The Court noted that the petitioner's request that allotted scribes be allowed to meet the candidates two days prior to the examination, was a valid one.

The Supreme Court on Friday directed the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) to publish guidelines for facilities extended to persons with disabilities appearing in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), by the time this year's exam is notified. (Arnab Roy v. Consortium of NLUs and anr)

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