Sonipat, July 27 (IANS) The outcomes of the first-ever absolutely on-line, remote-proctored and Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled LSAT-India 2020 take a look at for admission to the Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) are anticipated within the second week of August, the institute stated on Monday.
Started on July 19, LSAT–India 2020 examination was carried out on six totally different days testing roughly 6,000 college students aspiring to affix JGLS in numerous educational programmes.
The take a look at was efficiently accomplished on Sunday, JGLS stated in a press release.
This take a look at is owned and administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) Pennsylvania, US and carried out in India by their affiliate Pearson VUE.
“We were conscious of the inherent safety, security and well-being of the students and their concerns relating to health became paramount in our decision to go ahead with the AI-enabled, remote-proctored LSAT entrance exam,” C Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of O.P. Jindal Global University and Dean of Jindal Global Law School, stated in a press release.
“We are starting our classes on 1st September and a successful conduct of LSAT exam will prove instrumental in bringing the best talent around the country and the world to our classrooms.”
A complete of 6.651 college students paid the LSAT-India take a look at price and registered themselves for the examination.
Out of this, most 5,706 candidates registered for the five-year BA/BBALLB programme, 686 college students for three-year LLB and one other 259 candidates for one-year LLM programme, JGLS stated.