Chanakya National Law University, which organised the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2017 has declared the results and all India rank of CLAT 2017 exams which was conducted on May 14.
The results are available in the official website of CLAT 2017,clat.ac.in.
According to the HT report, Aajat Maloo from Jaipur, topped the Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT) 2017 in the undergraduate category (UG), by aggregating 154.25 out of 196 marks.
“Rajat was followed by Vihit Ashish Shah of Maharashtra (150.25/200) and Radhika Sharda from Rajasthan (148.5) at second and third spots. Sumit Kumar Gupta from Purnea district of Bihar scored 147.5 to rank fourth”.
“In the CLAT test for post-graduation admission, Uttar Pradesh’s Pranav Tripathi got the first spot, aggregating 125/150. He was followed by Swati Verma (121.5) and Abhishek Sinsinwar (120.25) - both from Uttar Pradesh. In the top 7 spots, all 7 students were from UP.
The merit list of CLAT (category-wise) was announced as scheduled on Monday evening. The publication of first indicative seat allotment list based on merit-cum-preference will be out on June 5”
“Out of 50,676 candidates, who applied for CLAT countrywide, 47,108 reported for the online test”, states the HT Report.