The National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT) 2020 final answer key has been released by the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore, on Wednesday. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can check and download the answer key from nls.ac.in.
SC allows NLSUI to conduct NLAT 2020 tomorrow, but bars it from declaring results; next hearing on 16 Sep
In a plea, ex-NLSIU VC R Venkata Rao had opposed the entrance examination, saying the decision to conduct it was "taken without application of mind, thereby completely prejudicing students at final hour"
The online registration process started on 3 September and will continue till 10 September at admissions.nls.ac.in
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No, is the overall response. But as an advocate says, if the abysmally low ratio of students who actually opt for litigation compared to those who go for corporate service is considered a benchmark of success or failure, then there is reason to think that there is a systemic failure.