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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

AILET Notification All India Law Entrance Test Date NLU Delhi

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) Conducted by National Law University, Delhi
All India law entrance test is conducted by national law university. The university is established in 2008 and located at sector 14 dwarka, New Delhi, India. The campus is Urban. The university has affiliation by bar council of India and university grant commission. It’s a public university. They offer five ears integrated BA, LLB (Hons.). Themain vision of the university is to make legal education political and economic change. The entrance test will have 150 questions for 150 marks and duration of exam is 1 and ½ hour.

The entrance test contain English for 35 marks, general knowledge (civics, economics, geography, history, general science and current affairs) for 35 marks, legal aptitude for 35 marks, reasoning for 35 marks, elementary mathematics for 10 marks. The candidate also gets previous question paper from the office of the national law university after depositing cash or send DD in the favour registrar of NLU Delhi. The examination is conducted in following center Mumbai, Patna, Lucknow, Kolkata, Jammu, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Guwahati, Delhi, Cochin, Chennai, Chandigarh, Bangalore, and Ahmedabad. The examination is conducted in month of May and the time of examination is 3 pm to 4.30 pm.

Student gets application from their official website and submit the form before due date. Eligibility for five years BA llb programme is student must complete 12th examination form recognized university with 50 per cent marks and student age is not below 21 years on 1st July for ST, SC candidate 23 years. The intake of the university 80 seats, 70 seats are reserved for Indian student and student get admission on the basis of Merit and 10 seats are reserved for direct admission for NRI student. They give admission to the student as per reserved category for SC category 15 %, For ST 7.5 % and 3 % for handicapped student. 

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