The Supreme Court today asked the students who had appeared in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) examination held on 13th of this month to make their representation online to a two-member panel set up by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS).
Two-member committee is to be headed by retired Kerala High Court judge Justice M R Hariharan Nair.
The apex court said students can make their representation online till 7 pm of May 27 to the panel.
After due analysis of complaints, the panel would take appropriate decision on a case-to-case basis.
The court was hearing the pleas filed by six candidates, seeking to quash the examination and hold it afresh.
The pleas alleged that the candidates faced several technical problems during on-line test, besides poor infrastructure at examination centres and lack of proper guidance from staffers.