Mysore/Mysuru: Rishab Devaiah Ittira from Kodagu has secured the first rank in Karnataka and All India Rank 14 in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2021. Aspirants who wish to take up the career path of legal justice and law appear for the CLAT.
CLAT is the national-level entrance exam for admission to National Law Universities around India. The Consortium of National Law Universities declared the results on July 29.
Being the largest law entrance examination, CLAT requires vigorous preparation and practice.
This year, 1,402 seats are available in the General Merit category and Rishab stands in 14th position and in Karnataka, he has topped among 23 aspirants. With his stellar performance, Rishab plans to join the prestigious National Law School of India University Bangalore.
After studying in Sishu Griha Montessori and High School from 1st standard to 10th standard, he completed his
11th and 12th at Joseph’s Boys High School, both institutions in Bengaluru.
Rishab is the son of Ittira Madhu Nanjappa and Pranitha Nanjappa (Kuttetira), residents of Gonikoppal in Kodagu.