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Law entrance Examinations

CLAT

What is CLAT?

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a national level entrance exam for admissions to candidates in undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) law courses offered at 22 NLUs and other colleges/ universities accepting exam scores.

Till 2018, the exam was conducted by NLUs on a rotational basis. However, from 2019 onwards it is being conducted by a permanent body formed by the universities, i.e. The Consortium of NLUs. The consortium has its headquarter at NLSIU Bangalore and comprises:

  • An Executive Committee

  • The CLAT Convenor

  • Two co-opted Vice-Chancellors of NLU

 


About Law as a Career

Lawyers are held in high esteem in our society, and there remains the faith that when all else fails, one can still take recourse to the legal system.Legal profession is one of the growing and lucrative professions all over the world. It is one of the most adventurous as well as exciting career. In our daily life in one way or other we may come across situations where legal advice is required. In such situation we need the advice of a legal professionals who analyse and interpret law properly.

Lawyers counsel clients about their legal rights and suggest course of action in a particular matter. They also advise clients and draw up legal documents, such as wills and contracts and conduct negotiations on legal matters, and may represent clients in court and tribunal proceedings.

More than Academic excellence , Professional competence acquired through experience and practice with efficient lawyers is the main yardstick of success.

Various areas of specialisation in this field includes corporation law, civil law, criminal law, international law, labour law, patent law, tax law and so on.

There are number of institutions and universities conducting courses in law. The most premier among law universities in India is National Law School Of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore. Admission to NLSIU is through an All India Admission Test held usually on first Sunday in May. University College Bangalore, Government College Mumbai, ILS law college and Symbiosis college, Pune and Faculty of Law of Delhi University, Aligarh Muslim University etc are some of the other leading legal Institutions in India.

 

AILET

What is All India Law Entrance Test  (AILET) ?

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted by National Law University Delhi (NLU Delhi) to offer admission to eligible candidates in undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) and doctorate (PhD) level law courses. This is a university-level entrance exam only for admissions at NLU Delhi as the university does not accept any other law entrance exam for admissions.

 

AILET 2021 Eligibility Criteria

The candidates seeking admissions at NLU Delhi through AILET can check the eligibility criteria as under: 

Course level

Eligibility Criteria

UG Law course

  • Candidates passed in Class 12th or SSC examination or equivalent with minimum 50% marks.
  • Candidates appearing for the qualifying exams are also eligible.

PG Law course

  • Candidates holding LLB or an equivalent degree with minimum 55% marks are eligible.
  • Candidates belonging to SC/ ST categories need to secure at least 50% marks in the final year of the LLB degree.
  • Candidates appearing for their final year LLB examinations are also eligible.

PhD course

  • Candidates holding an LLM degree from any recognised university
  • They should have secured at least 55% marks in the qualifying degree examination. However, if belonging to SC/ ST categories then the qualifying marks are 50% at least. Or
  • If candidates have completed their law degree along with a master’s degree such as MPhil in Social Sciences/ Humanities from any recognised university with minimum 55% marks. Such candidates should ensure that the research work they have conducted is relevant to any discipline of law and with special focus on topics like Public Policy of Law. Or
  • Candidates who have completed a degree in law and a PhD in any discipline. Or
  • Candidates who have worked as a State High Court Judge in India for at least three years or Judge at Supreme Court of India.

 

AILET 2021 Highlights

Exam Name

All India Law Entrance Test

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Exam Mode

Offline

Exam Duration

1 hour 30 minutes

Accepting Colleges

10 colleges

Official Website

https://nludelhi.ac.in/ailet2019.aspx

 

AILET 2021 Important Dates

NLU Delhi has announced the exam date for AILET 2021, however, the complete schedule is now available as under:

AILET Events

AILET Dates

Salient Features

AILET exam date notification

 

NLU Delhi released exam date and schedule for the upcoming examination. 

AILET official admission notification

 

The detailed notification mentioning schedule, application process, admission requirements for courses and seats has been released. 

Start of online applications 

 

NLU Delhi has started the application window in online mode.

Last date of applications

 

Candidates need to complete and submit the application form including fee payment.

Availability of admit cards

 

All registered candidates will be issued admit cards to appear for the examination. 

AILET exam date

 

Candidates need to appear at the allotted test centres with their admit cards and a valid photo ID proof.

Result declaration 

 

The results will be available on the official website in the form of merit list.

 

Courses offered through AILET

Check the table below for courses offered at NLU Delhi on basis of AILET scores: 

Law Courses Offered at NLU Delhi

Seat Intake

BA LLB (Honours)

110

Master of Law (LLM)

70

Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD)

8* 

Total

188

*To be notified every year by the university. However, there can be an increase of 25% in seat availability. 

Colleges accepting AILET scores

Besides the exam authority, NLU Delhi, listed below are some private colleges accepting admissions on the basis of AILET scores:

Colleges accepting AILET

Courses offered

School of Law, Ansal University

BA LLB, LLB, LLM, PhD in Law

The NorthCap University

BA LLB (Hons.)

SAGE University

BA LLB, BBA LLB (Hons.), LLB, LLM

ISME Law College

BBA LLB

 

AILET Admission Process

The admission process of NLU Delhi through AILET is as under:

Step 1: Online Registration - Candidates need to register online at the official website of NLU Delhi - https://nludelhi.ac.in and fill the application form including candidates' details, uploading documents, fee payment and exam centre selection. The application forms need to be submitted in online mode only.  

Also Read: How to fill the AILET 2021 Application Form? Check steps to apply

Step 2: Issue of admit cards - The university will issue admit card to candidates who have successfully registered before the last date of application. Candidates have to carry the admit card on the exam day as it mentions important details regarding the test takers, centre and exam. 

Step 3: Appear for Exam - Candidates have to appear for the examination at the allotted test centres as mentioned on their AILET admit card. They should report to their test centres at least an hour before the examination. 

Step 4: Results declaration - The university will announce AILET results within a month after conducting the examination. The scorecard of candidates qualifying the examination will mention All India Rank, sectional scores, as well as overall scores. 

Step 5: Counselling on basis of the rank-cum-merit list - The university will conduct counselling on the basis of the rank list and also verify the candidates' eligibility for the law course they are seeking admission in. 

 

AILET Exam Analysis 

The analysis is provided by the law experts after the exam has been conducted to give details about the question paper such as difficulty level, type of question asked and weightage of topics from each section.

Last year, the exam was conducted on May 5, 2019, in multiple cities throughout India. As per the experts, AILET 2019 question paper carried no surprises and was quite similar to previous year’s. Moreover, the question paper was lengthy and moderate on difficulty level, read here - AILET 2019 exam analysis.

 

AILET 2021 Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When will the application form of AILET 2021 be available? 

A: NLU Delhi has started the online application process of AILET exam on the official website from January 15 onwards. 

Q: How to apply for AILET exam?

A: Candidates can apply for AILET 2021 in online mode only and the application form will be available in online mode only at the official website of NLU Delhi. 

Q: When will AILET 2021 exam be held?

A: NLU Delhi will now conduct AILET exam on a new date (to be announced soon) in second or third week of June, in pen-paper based test mode. 

Q: Is AILET an important exam to take for law admissions?

A: Yes, for candidates seeking admission in one of the top law universities India i.e. NLU Delhi, it is important to appear for AILET exam.

Q: Is AILET tougher than CLAT?

A: Yes, the difficulty level of AILET is usually higher than the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Also Read: Difference between CLAT and AILET exams

Q: Is AILET conducted in online or offline mode?

A: The law entrance exam is conducted in offline mode i.e. candidates get question paper and they have to mark their responses in the OMR sheet only. 

Q: Is there any age limit to apply for AILET exam?

A: No, NLU Delhi has not prescribed any lower or upper age limit for admissions to its law courses. 

Q: Is there any negative marking scheme in AILET? 

A: Yes, for each wrong attempt 0.25 marks will be deducted. Check the complete details of AILET 2021 exam pattern and marking scheme here.

Q: What is a good score in AILET? 

A: A good score for AILET as per the cut off marks for each category is as under: 

Category

AILET Cut off marks

General

93.25 marks

Scheduled Caste

59.75 marks

Scheduled Tribe

58.5 marks

Persons with Disabilities

64 marks

Kashmiri Migrant

35.25 marks

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

54.25 marks

Q: How many seats are offered through AILET?

A: There are a total of 160 seats available at NLU Delhi, however, only 140 seats (70 seats for each course) for BA LLB and LLM courses are offered through AILET exam. 

Q: Can I take admission at NLU Delhi on basis of CLAT score?

A: No, NLU Delhi accepts admissions either on basis of AILET scores or through merit scores in the qualifying exam. 

 

About Law as a Career

Lawyers are held in high esteem in our society, and there remains the faith that when all else fails, one can still take recourse to the legal system.Legal profession is one of the growing and lucrative professions all over the world. It is one of the most adventurous as well as exciting career. In our daily life in one way or other we may come across situations where legal advice is required. In such situation we need the advice of a legal professionals who analyse and interpret law properly.

Lawyers counsel clients about their legal rights and suggest course of action in a particular matter. They also advise clients and draw up legal documents, such as wills and contracts and conduct negotiations on legal matters, and may represent clients in court and tribunal proceedings.

More than Academic excellence , Professional competence acquired through experience and practice with efficient lawyers is the main yardstick of success.

Various areas of specialisation in this field includes corporation law, civil law, criminal law, international law, labour law, patent law, tax law and so on.

There are number of institutions and universities conducting courses in law. The most premier among law universities in India is National Law School Of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore. Admission to NLSIU is through an All India Admission Test held usually on first Sunday in May. University College Bangalore, Government College Mumbai, ILS law college and Symbiosis college, Pune and Faculty of Law of Delhi University, Aligarh Muslim University etc are some of the other leading legal Institutions in India.

 

SLAT

What is SLAT Exam?

Symbiosis Law Admission Test (SLAT) earlier known as SET Law is an entrance exam conducted by the Symbiosis International (Deemed) University to offer admissions into the five-year integrated law courses i.e. BA LLB (Hons.) and BBA LLB (Hons.). The law courses are offered at four law schools of SIU i.e. Symbiosis Law School (SLS) Pune, SLS Noida, SLS Hyderabad and SLS Nagpur (new campus). 

SLAT 2021 Eligibility Criteria 

Candidates who have cleared class 12th qualifying examination from any national or state board of education

  • The minimum marks required in the qualifying examination are 45%, however, if candidates belong to SC/ ST category then the minimum qualifying marks are 40%.  
  • Moreover, candidates appearing in the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply however; they should submit the proof of qualification at the time of final admissions.
  • For BA LLB (Hons.) – Candidates should have studied Arts or Social Science subjects
  • For BBA LLB (Hons.) – Candidates should have studied Commerce/ Mathematics/ Science subjects 

SLAT 2021 Highlights

Exam Name

Symbiosis Law Admission Test

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Exam Mode

Online

Exam Duration

2 hours 30 minutes

Accepting Colleges

7 colleges

Official Website

https://www.set-test.org/

SLAT Important Dates 2021

SIU has announced the exam calendar of SLAT 2021 including application forms, admit cards and results. The exam events will occur as per the schedule below: 

Events

Dates

Salient Features

Starting of SLAT 2021 online registrations

   

Last date of application submission (extended)

   

Availability of SLAT 2021 admit card

   

SLAT 2021 exam date

   

Declaration of SLAT 2021 results

   

Courses offered through SLAT 2021

The following courses are offered through SLAT are: 

Five-Year Integrated Law Courses

BBA LLB (Hons.)

BA LLB (Hons.)

BBA LLB

BA LLB

Colleges accepting SLAT Scores

SIU has added one more campus for law studies and now the new list of colleges offering admission through the exam are as under:

College accepting SLAT

Course Offered

Seat Intake

Symbiosis Law School (SLS), Pune 

BBA LLB (Hons)

180 seats

BA LLB (Hons)

120 seats

Symbiosis Law School (SLS), Noida 

BBA LLB

180 seats 

BA LLB

120 seats

Symbiosis Law School (SLS), Hyderabad  

BBA LLB 

120 seats

BA LLB

120 seats 

Symbiosis Law School (SLS), Nagpur

BA LLB

120 seats 

BBA LLB

120 seats

Total seats 

-

1080 seats

SLAT 2021 Process 

The admission process through SLAT exam is as under:

SLAT 2021 Exam Centres and Guidelines

The exam will be conducted at more than 80 test cities in India. Candidates will be able to select their preferred SLAT exam centres 2021 while filling up the online application form. They can select up to three cities as their preferred exam centres for SLAT 2021. The university will give the nearest possible test centres to the candidates from their select cities. The candidates appearing for the SLAT exam should carefully check the instructions below: 

Shift timings of SLAT 2021: SIU conducts its entrance exams i.e. SET/ SLAT/ SEED/ SITEE on the same day but in different shifts. Therefore, the candidates are advised to check the shift timings mentioned on their admit card. 

Exam centre and reporting time: The admit card also mentions allotted test centre details, candidates details as well as exam timings. Therefore, candidates should check the details including reporting time which should be at least two hours before the test timings i.e. by 7:30 am for the morning shift. 

Documents for the test day: Along with the admit card of SLAT 2021, candidates should two passport size colour photograph and any one of the following photo ID proof: 

  • Passport
  • Driving license
  • Voter ID Card
  • Pan Card
  • Aadhaar Card (UID)

Things to avoid: Candidates should avoid carrying any valuable or banned items to the test centres like mobile phones, digital watch, jewellery, earphones etc. 

The paper analysis for SLAT exam is provided by the law experts and the test-takers after the exam has been was conducted. For student reaction, Shiksha covers the examination exclusively from the test centre and student taking the exam share various aspects of the question paper such as difficulty level, subject-wise, type of questions asked etc. Read below exam analysis and student reaction for SLAT 2019:

  • SLAT 2019 exam analysis
  • SLAT 2019 student reaction

Important FAQs regarding SLAT Exam

Q: What will the registrations for SLAT 2021 begin?

A: SIU has started the online application process of SLAT exam on January 22 at its official website.

Q: In which session SLAT 2021 will be conducted? 

A: The SET exam for Law will be conducted in the last week of May or first week of June 2021 in the morning session from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm. 

Q: How much is the application fee for SLAT 2021? 

A: The application fee for the SLAT exam is Rs 1,750 and candidates also need to pay the programme fee Rs 1, 000 per course selection. The total application fee to be paid for the SLAT exam is Rs 2,750.

Q: How can I apply for SLAT 2021?

A: Candidates can apply to the SLAT 2021 in the simple steps mentioned below: 

  1. Register online at set-test.org by entering the basic personal details by clicking on ‘new registration’ link.
  2. The application form needs to be filled with academic as well as personal details including category, date of birth, uploading documents and other details. 
  3. In the final steps, candidates have to pay the application fee either in online or offline mode and submit the application form in online mode only.

Q: What type of questions are asked in SLAT question paper?

A: The question paper of SLAT carries objective-type of questions based on Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension and General Knowledge subjects. All the section will carry equal weightage. 

Q: What is the exact syllabus of SLAT 2021?

A: The syllabus of SLAT 2021 is based on topics from the Logical Reasoning, law subjects, Analytical Reasoning topics, English including Comprehension, and GK including current affairs. 

Q: How can I download the SLAT 2021 admit card?

A: The SLAT admit card can be downloaded from the official website by entering their login credentials.

Q: How difficult is SLAT exam? 

A: As per the previous years' exam analysis of SLAT, the exam is considered moderately difficult. The test-takers shared that the exam is easier as compared to other law entrance exams like CLAT, AILET etc. The level of questions asked in the question paper is of Class 12th level only and with good preparation strategy, candidates can score well in the exam. 

Q: What is the cut off marks for SLAT 2021? 

A: Symbiosis has not set a cut off marks criteria or minimum passing marks for SLAT. The merit list is prepared on the basis of scaled scores of SLAT, Personal Interview and Written Ability Test to 100 marks. 

Q: Which colleges accept SLAT exam scores? 

A: SIU conducts the law admission test for its four campuses including SLS Pune, SLS Noida, SLS Hyderabad and a new campus SLS Nagpur. 

 

DU LLB

What is DU LLB Entrance Exam?

National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts DU LLB Entrance Exam for admissions to three-year LLB courses offered at Campus Law Centre, Law Centre-I and Law Centre-II of Delhi University. The exam is conducted at the national level at more than 18 test cities (listed below). Through the entrance exam, more than 2900 LLB seats are offered at the law centres of Delhi University.

DU LLB Entrance Exam 2021 Eligibility Criteria

For admissions to Faculty of Law, Delhi University, candidates should meet the academic qualification and minimum marks requirements as per their categories are given below:

  • General Category: Candidates holding a graduation/ post-graduation degree from Delhi University or any other recognized Indian/foreign university with at least 50% aggregate marks.
  • OBC Category: Candidates passing graduation/ post-graduation from a recognised university with at least 45% aggregate marks.
  • SC/ST Category: Candidates passing graduation/post-graduation from a recognised university with at least 40% aggregate marks.
  • CW Category: Candidates who come under widows/ wards of ex-servicemen/serving personnel (CW) category are given a 5% marks relaxation, which means they must have obtained at least 45% aggregate marks in their qualifying degree.
  • PH Category: Candidates holding a graduation/ post-graduation degree from a recognised institute or university and minimum marks secured should be at least 45% marks in aggregate.

DU LLB Entrance Exam 2021 Highlights

Exam Name

Delhi University LLB Entrance Exam

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Exam Mode

Offline

Exam Duration

2 hours

Accepting Colleges

6 colleges

Official Website

https://www.nta.ac.in/DuetExam

DU LLB Entrance Exam Dates 2021 

Events

Dates

 

Online registration begins

   

Last date of application 

   

Admit card of DU LLB entrance exam

   

DU LLB Entrance Exam

   

DU LLB entrance exam answer key

   

Declaration of result

   

DU LLB Students Reaction and Paper Analysis

The overall paper of the law entrance exam was moderate to difficult level.

  • Candidates who have appeared for the exam shared that there were less General Awareness questions for DU LLB 2019.
  • They said that most of the questions asked in the Legal Awareness section were from the Indian Constitution.
  • Candidates found the Analytical Reasoning Section to be difficult.
  • As compared to other sections of the DU LLB paper, the questions from English Language and Mathematics were easy. 

To know more on DU LLB entrance exam 2019 paper analysis by students - Click here

Colleges accepting DU LLB scores and Seats Intake

The entrance exam is conducted for law centres of DU only, therefore the colleges accepting DU LLB scores are - Campus Law Centre, Law Centre I, and Law Centre II located in Chhatra Marg, Delhi. The category-wise seat for LLB courses offered at all three law centres is as under:

Category

Seats

General

1167

SC

381

ST

190

OBC

686

PwD

127

FN

127

CW

127

EWS

117

Total No of Seats

2922

Also Read:

Colleges accepting DU LLB scores

DU LLB Entrance Exam FAQs

Q. How many times DU LLB Entrance exam conducted?

A. DU LLB entrance exam is conducted once in a year.

Q. What is the eligibility criteria for DU LLB Entrance exam?

A. Candidates must be graduate or postgraduate with 50% (45% for OBC and 40% for SC/ST categories). 

Q. Is there any limit for appearing in the entrance exam?

A. No, there is no limit in the number of attempts one can make for DU LLB entrance exam. 

Q. What is the last date to apply for the entrance test?

A. The last date of DU LLB application is April 30, 2021, as per the new schedule. 

Q. How many test centres can I choose in the application form?

A. Candidates could choose any one exam centre for DU LLB entrance exam.

Q. What is the DU LLB exam pattern?

A. As per the exam pattern of DU LLB, the test paper will consist of 100 objective type multiple choice questions divided into four sections - English Language Comprehension, Analytical Abilities, Legal Awareness & Aptitude and General Knowledge.

Q. Can I give DU LLB entrance exam after Class 12th?

A. No, the exam is conducted for bachelor degree holders only therefore, you are not eligible for appearing in the exam

Q. Is there any age limit to appear for DU LLB entrance exam?

A. No, as per the regulations of the Bar Council of India (BCI), there is no age limit for appearing in DU LLB and, for admissions to the three-year LLB course. 

Q. How much is the application cost for DU LLB 2021?

A. The application form fee for DU LLB 2021 is Rs 700 for General and OBC category, and Rs 350 for SC/ ST category. 

Q. Where can I download past years question paper for DU LLB?

A. The previous years' question papers and mock test for DU LLB entrance exam are available now - Download from here

Q. What is the cut off marks criteria for DU LLB 2021?

A. The university has not mentioned any minimum marks qualifying criteria for DU LLB. However, candidates can check the cut off ranks for DU LLB here.

 

LSAT

What is LSAT India?

Law School Admission Test (LSAT) - India is an entrance exam conducted by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law courses. The test is conducted to shortlist law aspirants for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate level courses offered at more than 85 law colleges in India. 

LSAT India 2021 Eligibility Criteria

For appearing in the law entrance exam, LSAC has not mentioned any specific eligibility criteria however, candidates should fulfil the eligibility criteria for UG and PG law courses offered at the accepting law colleges as under: 

Course

Eligibility Criteria

Five-year integrated LLB course

Candidates passed in class 12th or equivalent

Three-year LLB course

Candidates holding a bachelor degree in any stream from a recognised university/ college

Master of Laws

Candidates holding a degree in law i.e. LLB degree from a recognised university/ college

LSAT India 2021 Highlights

Exam Name

Law School Admission Test - India

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Exam Mode

Offline

Exam Duration

2 hours 20 minutes

Accepting Colleges

58 colleges

Official Website

http://www.pearsonvueindia.com/lsatindia/index.php

LSAT India 2021 Important Dates

LSAC has announced the dates for LSAT India 2021 on November 28, 2019, and the exam related events will be as under:

Events

Dates

 

Starting of LSAT India online registration

   

Availability of LSAT India 2021 application form

   

Last date to apply

   

Availability of admit card

   

LSAT India 2021 exam date

   

Results announcements

   

Courses offered through LSAT India

The law entrance is conducted for admissions to the following courses: 

Courses offered at the accepting colleges  

BA LLB

BCom LLB

BBA LLB

BBA LLB (Hons.)

BA LLB (Hons.)

BCom LLB (Hons.)

BTech LLB

BSc LLB

LLB

LLM

Colleges Accepting LSAT India Scores

More than 85 law colleges in India have registered with LSAC to offer admissions on basis of LSAT India scores. Some of the top law colleges accepting LSAT India exam are:

LSAT India Colleges 

O P Jindal Global University

Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, NMIMS

School of Law, Presidency University

Bennett University

Alliance School of Law

School of Law, Sharda University

School of Legal Studies, CMR University

PES University

GITAM School of Law

ISBR Law College 

IFIM Law School

ICFAI Law School

LSAT India 2021 Process

The admission process through LSAT India is as under:

 

FAQs regarding LSAT India

Here are some of the frequently asked questions about the LSAT India exam: 

Q: How LSAT India is different from other law entrance exams such as CLAT and AILET?

A: LSAT India is a standardised test with a uniform pattern and single question paper for admissions to five-year integrated LLB courses, three-year LLB course, LLM course or PhD course in Law. Candidates can take the exam for admissions to more than 85 private law colleges in India. Whereas, CLAT and AILET have separate question papers for UG and PG courses. On the basis of CLAT scores, admissions are offered at 22 NLUs and accepting colleges, check the list of NLUs here. Through AILET only NLU Delhi and a few private law colleges in India. Know more about CLAT and AILET here. 

Q: Is there any sectional time limit to attempt the LSAT India exam?

A: Yes, each section has a time limit of 35 minutes and candidates have to attempt the paper in the same duration. 

Q: What subjects are included in the LSAT India question paper?

A: The question paper of LSAT India is based on - Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning 1 & 2 and Reading Comprehension. 

Q: Is there a mock test facility available to prepare for the LSAT India exam? 

A: Yes, LSAC provides online mock test facility for candidates appearing in the examination so that they can develop a familiarity with the test features and prepare well. 

Q: What is a good LSAT India score?

A: Candidates obtaining 80+ percentile can get admissions to top law colleges. LSAC releases LSAT India results as percentile scores calculated on the basis of scores obtained by the candidate and number of candidates appeared for the exam.

Q: Has LSAC changed the exam pattern of LSAT India?

A: Yes, the exam pattern of LSAT India 2021 has been revised and a new section - Variable has been added in the question paper this year. The overall exam duration has been increased too. 

Q: What is Variable section of LSAT India 2021?

A: The variable section will comprise of 23 questions based on Analytical Reasoning or Logical Reasoning or Reading Comprehension. The topics are not specified by LSAC and candidates will get to know on the exam day itself.

Q: How to prepare for LSAT India 2021? 

A: Candidates can prepare for the upcoming LSAT India exam by referring to a preparation strategy as well as knowing the exam pattern, syllabus and study material. Moreover, practising mock tests by LSAC and previous years questions papers for LSAT India is the key to know exactly what to expect and how to attempt the examination. 

Q: What is LSAT India Super Prep?

A: LSAC provides Super Prep book for candidates appearing in LSAT India 2021. The book is a combination of preparation material, test papers, explanations, answer key and other related information. Interested candidates can get the book either while filling up the application form or separately from the official website.

Q: How to fill LSAT India 2021 application form? 

A: The application form of LSAT India 2021 can be filled in online mode only, candidates can check here step-by-step procedure to fill the form - LSAT India 2021 Application Process

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AIL LET

What is AIL LET? 

AIL LET is the Law Entrance Test (LET) conducted by Army Institute of Law (AIL) for admissions to BA LLB course. The exam is conducted in online mode for a duration of 2 hours. Through AIL LET, as many as 80 BA LLB seats are offered including a quota for wards of Army Personnel. This is an institute level exam conducted in 32 test cities across India.

 

AIL LET 2021 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates seeking admission to BA LLB course at the law institute should fulfil the eligibility criteria as under: 

  • Candidates passed or appearing in Class 12th or equivalent examination from Punjab School Education Board or any other state or national board of education in India.
  • They must have secured at least 45% marks in the qualifying examination.
  • Candidates who have completed their qualifying exam from open university are not eligible for admission to the law course.
  • Candidates who are clearing Class 12th compartment papers are not eligible for admission at AIL.

 

AIL LET 2021 Highlights

Exam Name

Army Institute of Law Law Entrance Test

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Exam Mode

Online

Exam Duration

2 hours

Official Website

http://ail.ac.in/info@ail.ac.in

 

AIL LET 2021 Important Dates

The law institute has not declared the dates for AIL LET 2021 yet, candidates can refer the table below for the tentative schedule:

Events

Dates

Starting of AIL LET 2021 applications

 

Last date of application submission

 

Release of admit card for AIL LET 2021

 

AIL LET 2021 exam date

 

Declaration of AIL LET 2021 results

 

 

Courses offered through AIL LET 2021

The entrance test is conducted for admission to five-years integrated law course i.e. BA LLB and the seat intake is as under: 

Category

No. of Seats

Wards of Army Personnel

60

All India Civil Category

4

Punjab Resident Civil Category

16

Total

80

 

AIL LET 2021 Process

The admission process at AIL on the basis of the law entrance test is as under: 

 

 

AIL LET 2021 Exam Centres

The exam will be conducted in Computer-Based Test mode at the following test cities: 

List of test cities for AIL LET 

Agra

Ahmedabad

Ambala

Bangalore

Bhopal

Chandigarh

Dehradun

Delhi

Hamirpur

Hissar

Indore

Jaipur

Jammu

Jodhpur

Kota

Lucknow

Nagpur

Noida

Patna

Pune

Allahabad

Bhatinda

Hyderabad

Thiruvananthapuram

Chennai

Guwahati

Mumbai

Jalandhar

Pathankot

Kolkata

Shimla

Secundrabad

 

AIL LET 2021 Exam Day Guidelines

Candidates appearing for the law entrance test must be careful of a few things as under: 

  • Reach the allotted exam centre at least an hour before the exam timings
  • Carry AIL LET admit card along with a valid photo ID proof - Aadhaar Card, Voter ID, Passport, PAN Card, etc. 
  • Do not carry any prohibited items like mobile phones, earphones, watches, books, notes etc. 
  • Follow the instructions of the exam invigilator before, during and after the examination

 

PU UG Law

What is PU UG Law Exam?

The Panjab University conducts PU Under Graduate Law Entrance Exam for admissions to five-years Integrated course offered at its campus and constituent law colleges. The entrance exam is conducted in a pen-paper based test mode and the question paper is based on legal aptitude topics. The test centres for PU UG Law exam will be in Chandigarh only. The final admissions will be based on the PU UG Law merit list, and the candidates meeting the qualifying cut off marks i.e. 15% of the total marks (10% for SC/ ST/ Backward Class/ PwD category candidates) will be shortlisted. 

PU UG Law 2021 Eligibility Criteria

The candidates seeking admissions to five-year integrated law courses offered through the PU UG Law exam should fulfil the eligibility criteria as under:

  • Candidates who have passed or appearing for Class 12th qualifying examination or equivalent from Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or any other state/ national board of education in India.
  • As per the guidelines of the Bar Council of India (BCI), there is no upper or lower age limit for admissions to UG law courses.

PU UG Law 2021 Highlights 

Exam Name

Panjab University Under Graduate Law Entrance Exam

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Exam Mode

Offline

Exam Duration

1 hour 30 minutes

Official Website 

https://uglaw.puchd.ac.in

PU UG Law 2021 Dates 

The Panjab University has shared the dates of PU UG Law 2021 on April 1 and, the events related to the entrance exam will be as under:

Events 

Dates

Starting of PU UGLAW 2021 application forms in online mode 

 

Last date of registrations to create a login ID

 

Last date of fee payment at SBI bank using e-challan (before 3:59 pm) 

 

Last date of fee submission in online mode (before 11:59 pm)

 

Last date of uploading documents

 

Last date of application form submission in offline mode 

 

Issuing of PU UG LAW 2021 admit cards in online mode

 

Last date of form completion with a late fee of Rs 500 (for those who paid application fee already)

 

PU UGLAW 2021 entrance exam (from 10 am to 11:30 am)

 

Publishing of PU UGLAW 2021 answer keys 

 

Declaration of PU UGLAW 2021 results 

 

Availability of admission forms 

 

Starting of PU UGLAW 2021 counselling process

 

Colleges and Courses offered through PU UG Law Exam

The entrance exam is conducted for offering admissions to the following colleges: 

College Name

Course Name

Seats Intake

University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh

BA LLB (Hons.)

180 seats 

BCom LLB (Hons.)

180 seats 

University Institute of Laws, Panjab University Regional Centre Civil Lines, Ludhiana

BA LLB (Hons.)

60 seats 

University Institute of Legal Studies, Swami Sarvanand Giri, PU Regional Centre, Bajwara, Hoshiarpur

BA LLB (Hons.)

60 seats

Total seats 

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480 seats 

For the three-year LLB course, the Panjab University conducts a separate entrance exam called PU LLB Entrance Exam. 

PU UG Law 2021 Exam Day Guidelines

Candidates taking the exam for BA/Bcom LLB admissions should be careful of few things on the exam day as under: 

  • Candidates should reach the test centre at least an hour before the exam timings i.e. by 9 am so that exam officials can check the admit cards and other documents.
  • Candidates should carry their own pen i.e. black ink gel pen and an HB pencil to mark answers on the OMR sheet. 
  • They should avoid taking any notes, papers or calculators inside the examination hall. The university will provide logarithmic tables for the test takers. 
  • Also, taking mobile phones, Bluetooth device or any other equipment is not allowed in the examination, if candidates will carry such items then he/she will be disqualified from the exam.
  • Candidates should follow the guidelines of the exam centre officials while taking the exam. And no candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall before 11:30 am. 
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