The Consortium of National Law Universities is all set to declare the results of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2021 today on its official website consortiumofnlus.ac.in. The national level law entrance examination was held on July 23, at 147 centres in 82 cities.
The result will be announced online only, at the official website. A link to check the result will be put up on the main page of consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
As per data released by the consortium, a total of 70,277 candidates had registered for the exam, 66,887 had downloaded their admit cards and 62,106 appeared for the test. The test was coordinated through 24 regional centres, supervised by 174 centre superintendents, 184 centre observers and more than 3,500 invigilators. The consortium received 1,026 objections on 61 questions and answer key for UG, and 24 objections on 11 questions in PG. Accordingly, last night, the consortium released the exam’s final answer key with modifications.
As per the calendar published on the website, the counselling invite list will be published on July 29, 2021. The counselling registration process will start from the same day and will continue till 12 noon on July 30. Candidates will have to block their seats by paying Rs 50,000 during the counselling registration process.
The publication of the first allotment list followed by the payment of the fee will be held from August 01 to 05. Likewise, the second allotment list and the payment of fee will take place from August 09 to August 10 while the third allotment list along with the fee payment will last from August 13 to 14. Lastly, the fourth allotment list and fee payment will be held during August 17 and 18 and the final list, i.e. the fifth allotment list followed by fee payment will start from August 20 and continue till 5 PM of August 21.
To know about the fee details of the various NLUs along with the required documents that must be submitted, candidates must keep visiting the individual websites. They can also check these websites to know about further vacancies even after the closure of the fifth allotment list. In case vacancies remain available, then the admission will be granted adhering to the CLAT 2021 merit list. Note that if any candidate wishes to withdraw their provisional admission even after getting a seat in the first and second allotment, then they should do it by August 18. In case a candidate wants to withdraw their admission after August 18, then an amount of Rs 10,000 will be deducted from the counselling fee.