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CLAT 2024: Candidates who have raised objections against the CLAT provisional answer key 2024 can file the grievances.

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The CLAT 2024 result has been declared on December 10. (Representational/ Pexels)The CLAT 2024 result has been declared on December 10. (Representational/ Pexels)

Ayushi Bisht | December 11, 2023 | 02:54 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Consortium of National Law Universities has opened the grievance portal for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2024 today, December 11. The committee has constituted a grievance readdress committee to receive and respond to any grievances that candidates may have regarding the CLAT 2024 results.

Candidates can submit their grievances of the entrance test through the official website, consortiumofnlus.ac.in.

"Candidates may file a grievance regarding the CLAT 2024 Final Answer Keys as well as the conduct of CLAT 2024 at their respective Test Centres. Grievances against the Final Answer Key may be raised ONLY by candidates who have submitted objections as per the Consortium’s “Notification: Objections to Question Paper and Provisional Answer Key” an official statement said.

The CLAT 2024 result has been declared on December 10. It is to be noted that candidates who have raised objections against the CLAT provisional answer key 2024 can file the grievances.

The grievances sent over email, support tickets on the website or phone calls will not be taken into consideration by the NLU.

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CLAT 2024: How to file grievances

Candidates can follow these below easy steps to file grievances against the CLAT final answer key-

  • Visit the official website of CLAT, consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
  • Log in to the CLAT account with the necessary credentials.
  • The next step is to click on the ‘submit grievance’ option.
  • Upload the required documents to support the grievance.
  • Once done, click on submit.

A grievance readdress committee has already been formed by the Consortium of National Law Universities which receives and responds to any grievances that candidates have concerning CLAT.

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