Important notice: CLAT 2014 results declared on will be revised

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The Common Law Admission Test was launched to centralize the Law School admission process and is conducted by the 14 participating Institutes/Universities in rotation. CLAT 2014 was organized by Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) and took place on May 11‚ 2014. A total of 1‚660 undergraduate course seats and 491 postgraduate course seats are available for admissions on the basis of CLAT.

The CLAT 2014 results were declared at midnight on May 31‚ 2014 as announced. As per news, there were technical difficulties while determining the results. This was the reason behind the delay of results.  The results declared will be withheld according to an official CLAT Gujarat National Law University statement.

The declaration date of the CLAT 2014 revised results is yet to be announced.

The results were not according to expectation- Many candidates noted discrepancies in marks expected and results declared for CLAT 2014. As the college receives numerous requests regarding scrutiny of marks and re-checking, CLAT 2014 Secretariat (convener) Gujarat National Law University has further looked into the matter. It was found that there had been a mismatch with roll numbers and OMR sheets which led to the errors in the announced results. GNLU will now recalibrate the roll numbers and OMR sheets for all candidates‚ and OMR sheet softcopy will also be available for candidates through their log in id.

Rankings and an overall merit list of CLAT 2014 candidates as well state specific and category specific merit lists will also be released online.

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