New Delhi, May 25 (IANS) The Grievance Redressal Committee set-up by the National University for Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) will look into the grievances of the candidates, on a case to case basis, who appeared in CLAT-2018.
The candidates had complained of facing technical glitches in their online examination, and issues related to question papers.
As the NUALS said it has constituted a two-member committee to look into the complaints, the vacation bench of Supreme Court judges Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice Indu Malhotra said candidates having any complaint about the difficulties they encountered while appearing for the online examination can approach the committee by 7 p.m. on Sunday.
The order said that the Grievance Redressal Committee headed by the former judge of the Kerala High Court Justice M.R. Hariharan Nair with Santosh Kumar G as the other member, would in the first instance deal with 250 complaints already filed by May 29, 2018.
The committee will also examine the complaints of the students who have approached the Supreme Court and High Courts.
Santosh Kumar is Professor and Head of the Computer Department of Cochin University. The other complaints that would be filed online will be taken up in the second instance.
The court directed the University to file the status report on the working of the committee in the court by May 30, 2018.