This test is owned and administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) Pennsylvania, US and conducted 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, said in a statement.
"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 total of 6.651 students paid the LSAT-India test fee and registered themselves for the exam.
Out of this, maximum 5,706 candidates registered for the five-year BA/BBALLB programme, 686 students for three-year LLB and another 259 candidates for one-year LLM programme, JGLS said.