The NLAT 2020 on-line examination was carried out on September 12. The NLSIU had carried out a separate entrance examination NLAT-2020.
The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bangalore on Wednesday, September 16, launched the ultimate reply key for the National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT) 2020. Those who appeared for NLAT 2020 entrance examination can now entry the reply key on the college’s official web site at nls.ac.in.
In order to entry the NLAT 2020 Answer Key, comply with these steps –
- Step 1: Go to the official web site at nls.ac.in
- Step 2: On the homepage click on on the hyperlink that reads ‘admissions’
- Step 3: Scroll right down to the notification part of the web page
- Step 4: There shall be an choice that reads ‘Final Answer Keys for NLAT UG and PG exams’. Click on it
- Step 5: You shall be taken to a brand new web page comprising the reply key
- Step 6: Download or take a print of the identical
- Step 7: Tally your solutions with these talked about in the important thing to get an estimate of your rating
The NLAT 2020 on-line examination was carried out on September 12. The NLSIU had carried out a separate entrance examination NLAT-2020. This was executed after the CLAT-2020 was additional postponed to September 28. The delay within the CLAT examination occurred as a result of coronavirus pandemic and varied lockdown restrictions.
Earlier, the college had issued a notification on its official web site informing aspirants that they won’t be accepting Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020 scores for admissions this 12 months. NLSIU in its notification clearly talked about that these prepared to take admission to Undergraduate BA LL.B (Hons) programme provided by the NLSIU have to seem within the newly established NLAT UG 2020 Entrance Examination.
Further, a former vice chancellor of National Law School of India University, Bangalore, and a father or mother of an aspirant moved the Supreme Court difficult the choice. The petitioners have additionally known as this act as “a manifestly arbitrary and unlawful choice”.