The Consortium of National Law Universities declared the CLAT 2021 results at midnight. In a meeting held on 28th July 2021, the Executive Committee approved the results of UG and PG programmes and recommended the same to the general body of CNLUs for its approval. After the said approval, the results were published on the consortium website.
The answer key to the CLAT exam were released on 23rd July 2021 while the final answer key got released 3 days after that. The consortium office received objection on 11 out of 120 questions for the postgraduate exam, and received objections on 61 questions for the undergraduate exam. Upon revision, question 143 was deleted and the thus the students (UG) have now been evaluated based on 149 questions.
A total of 62,106 candidates gave the test. According to the counselling schedule released by the consortium, the registrations would begin from 29th July, 2021. The consortium has yet not released the consolidated merit lists. The first allotment list would be released on the first day of August.
The candidates having objection with the CLAT results may approach the Grievance Redressal Committee constituted on 27th July 2021.