The decision has been taken by the general body of the Consortium of National Law Universities after considering all the safety measures in the view of Covid-19 crisis.
The Consortium of National Law Universities has announced to conduct the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020 examination on September 7. The decision has been taken by the general body of the Consortium of National Law Universities after a meeting on Monday considering all the safety measures in the view of Covid-19 crisis situation. Earlier, CLAT 202- examination was scheduled to be held on August 22.
The official notification issued on August 10 reads, “The CLAT 2020 examination for both UG and PG candidates will be held on 7th September 2020 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.”
CLAT 2020 will be conducted in online mode at several designated centres all over the country. CLAT 2020 admit cards will be available - at consortiumofnlus.ac.in in two weeks’ time. The admit cards of candidates shall be considered as movement passes by local authorities to let candidates to move between containment zones and their designated examination centres.
According to the official statement, the consortium will visit centre locations on an ongoing basis to ensure safety of students and staff as well.
• Staff will be deployed for crowd management and orderly movement.
• Staff with thermo guns will be present at entry gate.
• Sufficient cleaning staff, center administrators and invigilators with face masks and hand gloves will be deployed.
• Spray machines with disinfectant liquid will be used to sanitise examination centers thoroughly.
• Sufficient hand sanitizer and hand soap will be present across the test centers and washrooms.
• Candidates with fever or COVID symptoms will not be permitted inside the exam venue. A separate isolation lab will be set up to accommodate these candidates.
• PPE kits will be made available for staff in isolation labs.
• 3 ply masks and gloves will be provided to isolated candidates
Important instruction for candidates during CLAT 2020 examination:
• No candidate shall be allowed to enter any examination centre without a mask.
• The Consortium will review centre locations on an ongoing basis to ensure that students and staff are protected at all times.
• All candidates with temperature > 99.14 will be directed to the isolation lab for taking the examination.
• In case of candidate with scribe, both the candidate and the scribe must bring their own N95 mask.
• Candidates will be permitted to carry following items with them into the venue:
3. Personal transparent water bottle
4. Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml)
5. A simple pen
6. Exam related documents (Admit Card, ID card, etc.)
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