The Supreme Court Friday dismissed a plea seeking that the Common Law Admission Test, for admission to five-year Law courses, be held again in view of some glitches in the exam held last month. A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan and M R Shah asked the petitioners—five aspiring Law students—to approach the Grievance Redressal Committe.
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Appearing for the petitioners, Advocate Gopal Sankaranarayanan told the bench that in the examination held earlier, “there were technical problems…”.
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Advocate P S Narasimha, who appeared for the Consortium of National Law Universities said a “decision has been taken in this regard in which three answers were modified and three questions were deleted”.
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