After a meeting held on May 24, 2014 the CLAT Core Committee has asked DSNLU to raise the percentage of all-India seats to 50% if the institute wants to gain admission in the CLAT Forum. As things stand, DSNLU currently has close to 80% of the seats reserved under the State domicile quota.
What this direction effectively means is that DSNLU will definitely not be a part of the CLAT counseling process this year, and even it’s future status remains unclear. Any change in reservation policies . . .
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