CLAT 2021: Consortium of NLUs Constitute Grievance Redressal Committee

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Aishwarya Rathore

The Consortium of National Law Universities has formed a five-member Grievance Redressal Committee, headed by former Chief Justice of India Rajendra Babu, to redress grievances regarding the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2021.

The committee also comprises the following as its Members/ Convenor:

  • Professor Shri Krishna Deva Rao, Vice-Chancellor of National Law University, Delhi;
  • Prof. Balraj Chauhan, Former Vice-Chancellor RMLNLU, NLIU, and MPDNLU;
  • Prof. Ravi Kumar, Former Professor IIT Bombay;
  • Prof. Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor NALSAR (convenor).

The CLAT 2021 exam took place on July 23 and the results were announced on July 28.

The Subjects Expert Committee and Oversight Committee, as well as the Executive Council of the Consortium of NLUs, had already approved revisions to the CLAT 2021 answer key for six questions.

Read more: CLAT 2021: Consortium Deletes One Question, Modifies Answer Keys

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