The Supreme Court on Friday allowed India University’s National Law School (NLSIU) in Bengaluru to hold a separate entrance exam on Saturday, September 12th. However, the court has made it clear that the results will not be disclosed and no approval will be granted without the consent of the court.
The Supreme Court heard a lawsuit from former Vice Chancellor of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) in Bangalore, Prof. Venkata Rao, against the decision to hold the National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT).
Earlier this month, the NLSIU in Bangalore decided not to consider the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for admission to the five-year integrated BA LL.B (Hons) course for the 2020-21 academic year as the CLAT 2020 investigation was repeatedly postponed.
“If the NLSIU cannot complete the admission before the end of September 2020, this inevitably leads to a” zero year “without admission,” says a statement from the university.
The online registration process for the exam began on September 3rd and ended on September 10th.