Toppers of CLAT 2017 – The result for CLAT 2017 was announced on May 29, 2017, by Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna. A total of 47,708 (approx.) candidates appeared for the test on May 14, 2017. With the release of result, list of CLAT 2017 toppers is prepared by Entrance Corner. CLAT 2017 was topped by Rajat Maloo with a score of 154.25 out of 196. Rajat hails from the city of Jaipur, Rajasthan. The second position was bagged by Vihit Ashish Shah who secured 4 marks less than Rajat i.e. 150.25 out of 196 marks. Vihit is from the city of Mumbai. The CLAT 2017 for PG programmes was topped by Pranav Tripathi, followed by Swati Verma and Abhishek Sinisinwar as AIR 2 and 3. CLAT is the most reputed entrance test held by one of the law universities for admission to the 2312 LLB and 604 LLM seats. Go through this article to know the CLAT 2017 toppers.
All India Rank 1 – Rajat Maloo: This year, CLAT 2017 was topped by this wonder boy from Jaipur, Rajasthan who scored 154.25 out of 196 to grab number one position. Rajat Maloo passed his Class 12th board exam from Jayshree Periwal High School with 74.8 percent. He was a student of Science stream.
All India Rank 2 – Vihit Ashish Shah: Vihit is from Maharashtra who scored 150.25 out of 196 marks.
All India Rank 3 – Radhika Sarda: The third rank was secured by Radhika, a girl from Degana, Rajasthan. She dropped a year and started preparing for CLAT from July 2016. She secured 148.5 out of 196 and wants to join NLU Bangalore.
All India Rank 4 – Sumit Kumar Gupta: Sumit is from Purnia, Bihar and is currently studying in DU. He scored 147.5 marks to secure the fourth rank.
All India Rank 5 – Himanshu Anshwani: This Manchester United & Real Madrid fan bagged the fifth rank in CLAT 2017. Himanshu completed his study from Bal Bhavan School, Bhopal who loves to play online racing games and listening to Hardwell.
The list of CLAT PG toppers 2017 along with their marks and ranks is provided below -
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The CLAT score 2017 will be accepted by a total of 18 NLUs and various law schools. The CLAT result was available online on May 29, 2017. The first seat allocation list will be released on June 05, while the shortlisted candidates can pay the fee from June 06.The shortlisted candidates must attend the counselling rounds to take part in the further admission rounds. There is a total of 2312 LLB seats and 604 LLM seats.
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