CLAT Is an Example of Everything That Is Wrong With Education in India - News

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The Common Law Admission Test is riddled with badly designed, erroneous questions, many of which have more than one correct answer.

The many problems with the CLAT exams need to be addresses. Representational image. Credit: Reuters/Files

May 14 was a big day for thousands of aspiring young law students across the country. It was the day the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) entrance exam was to be held – 51,000 candidates, 2,175 seats across 18 national law colleges. The application fee, a glorious Rs 4,000. The test centres were spread across the length and breadth of a country desperately in need of good lawyers. Most candidates were 17-year-olds, not quite adults but almost there. They had spent the last two years holed up at home,…

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