CLAT Answer Key 2023 released on consortiumofnlus.ac.in, objection window opens today

NEW DELHI: Consortium of National Law Universities, National Law School of India University has released the provisional answer key for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) on the official website – https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/.
Candidates who have appeared for the UG and PG CLAT 2023 on December 18, 2022, may file their objections, if any, on the Consortium website – https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/. The portal for objection(s) is opening today at 09:00 A.M.
Candidates may note that the portal for objections will close at 09:00 A.M. on Tuesday, December 20, 2022, and the link to the objections portal will be deactivated. No further objections will be entertained by the Consortium after the cutoff time.
Candidates will be required to pay a fee of Rs. 1,000/- for each objection. If the objection is found to be valid and sustained, the application fee will be refunded/ remitted to the same account from which it was paid. No requests for deposit of the amount in any other account will be entertained. Also, objection(s) without the prescribed fee will not be entertained.
Four different series of Question Booklets have been published and used in the CLAT 2023. Students shall tally question numbers from their own Question Booklet with the Master Question Booklet and raise their objections with reference to the appropriate Question Number(s) from the Master Question Booklet.
Candidates must note that if they raise objections using question numbers from their own Question Booklet and such question number does not match with the Master Question Booklet, the CLAT Consortium will not respond to such an objection.
The exam was conducted at 127 test centres in 23 States and 2 Union Territories across India.
Around 93.6% of the candidates registered for the CLAT 2023 Undergraduate test, and 91.7% of the candidates registered for the CLAT 2023 Postgraduate test appeared for the test. Admissions to the five-year integrated Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes for Academic Year 2023-24 will be based on CLAT 2023.
How to raise objection against CLAT Answer Key 2022
Step 1: Login to your CLAT account at https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/clat-2023/ and click on ‘Submit Objections’.
Step 2: Click on the ‘Submit Objection’ button.
Step 3: Select the ‘Type of Objection’, i.e., ‘About the Answer Key’ or ‘About the Question’, as appropriate.
Step 4: Enter your objection details and click on ‘Submit Objection’.
Step 5: Once all your objections are submitted, click the ‘Make Payment’ button to make payment.



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