CLAT 2020 to be held on September 28

CLAT 2020 to be held on September 28

NEW DELHI [Maha Media]: The CLAT Consortium has notified the instructions for candidates slated to take the admissions test on September 28.

Pertinently, the revised instructions bar candidates who have tested positive for COVID-19 or are in quarantine from taking the test on September 28.

It has been announced that the Common Law Admissions test will be held in the afternoon from 2 PM to 4 PM, on September 28.

Candidates are expected to reach the exam venues an hour before the test commences, the communication states. It is also emphasized that no candidates shall be permitted into the venue after 15 minutes from the test's commencement.

The test will comprise 150 questions for admissions to the undergraduate law programmes (CLAT UG) and 120 questions for admissions to the postgraduate programmes (CLAT PG). Every wrong response will result in a deduction of 0.25 marks, it is specified.

As a general instruction, the Instructions prohibit candidates from carrying electronic/ communication devices such as mobile phones, watches, calculator, headphones, etc in the exam hall. It is also declared that staff on duty at the test centre shall not be responsible for any loss of property/gadgets of the candidates.


Precautionary Measures during CLAT 2020

— Staff will be deployed for Crowd Management and orderly movement.

— Staff with Thermo Guns will be present at entry gate

— Sufficient cleaning staff, center administrators and invigilators with face masks and hand gloves will be deployed.

— Spray machines with disinfectant liquid will be used to sanitize examination centers thoroughly.

— Sufficient hand sanitizer and hand soap will be present across the test centers and washrooms.

— Candidates with fever or Covid symptoms will not be permitted inside the exam venue.


Important Instructions for candidates:

— No candidate shall be allowed to enter any examination centre without a mask.

— The Consortium will review centre locations on an ongoing basis to ensure that students and staff are protected at all times.

Candidates who test positive for Covid-19 will not be permitted to take the exam.

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