The Consortium of National Law Universities has released the dates for the result announcement for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). The CLAT 2021 result will be announced on July 28. Whereas, final answer key will be released on July 27. The CLAT exam was held on July 23 at centres across the country. Candidates can check the final answer key, result and counselling dates on the official website- consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
The institute had earlier released the answer key of the CLAT exam on July 23, 2021, at 9 pm and had given the opportunity to candidates to raise objections till July 24 at 9 pm. Subsequently, it will display the final answer key on Tuesday, July 27.
A consolidated merit list will be published on July 28, followed by a counselling invite list on July 29, 2021. Around 5 times the number of seats in each category will be invited for Counselling. Further, the counselling process will end on July 30 and the candidates will have to pay Rs. 50,000 to lock the admission seat.
The first allotment list will be published on August 1. Candidates shortlisted will have to accept/lock the seat and upload documents and pay the admission fee to the NLUs from 1 to 5 August 2021. Thereafter, the second allotment list will be published on August 9 and the third allotment on August 13.
The consortium has further notified that if the candidates who have been allotted seats in the first to fourth allocation lists want to withdraw their provisional admission, they shall do it on or before August 18, 2021. After the said date, Rs. 10,000/- will be deducted from the counselling fee for blocking the seat and putting the awaiting candidates at disadvantage.
About the Consortium: The Consortium of National Law Universities was established in August 2017 with the aim of improving the standard of legal education in the country and justice system through legal education with Prof. R. Venkata Rao, erstwhile Vice-Chancellor, NLSIU as President and Prof. Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR, as Vice-President.
The Consortium aspires to facilitate better coordination amongst National Law Schools to achieve the highest standards of legal education in the country. Twenty-One National Law Universities have joined the Consortium as founder members