CLAT 2017 Results Declared!

Chanakya National Law University, which organised the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2017 on 14 May 2017, has declared the results and all India rank of CLAT 2017 on 29th May 2017. 2017 Final Answer Key has been released on 25th May 2017. A number of other non-NLUs will also consider CLAT scores for admission.

It was organized for granting admission in Integrated L.L.B and L.L.M courses offered by 18 National Law Universities of India.

The undergraduate exam, topper, Rajat Maloo from Jaipur has a score of 154.25. Second and third ranks are backed by Vihit Ashish Shah of Maharashtra and Radhika Sharda from Rajasthan with scores 150.25 and 148.5 147.5 is the fourth highest score by Sumit Kumar Gupta from Bihar.

This year, 47,108 students filled form for the exam against 2299 seats for 18 national law universities across India.


Category Number of Seats
All-India 1468
State categories 579
Special categories which include Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), Foreign Nationals and Residents of Jammu & Kashmir, etc. 252
Total 2299


Maharasthra National Law University (MNLU), Nagpur has increased its seats to 120 seats from 60 seats for this academic session.

But now it has begun! The first litigation on this 2017 Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2017) has made its way to the Delhi High Court. In recent weeks it have been found that the paper was filled with a lot of errors.

Last year (2016), CLAT was managed and organized by the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab.




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