All India Law Entrance Test

Overview

Overview of the Exam

The organising authority for AILET is National Law University, Delhi (NLU-D). Unlike other National Law Universities, NLU-D is the only educational body that has not yet accepted the procedure of selecting candidates through CLAT (Common Law Admission Test). Established in 2008 under the Delhi Act No. 1 of 2008, the University of Law has been accredited ‘A’ Grade with a score of 3.59 on a four-point scale by NAAC. The NLU-D administered law entrance exam allows more than thousand candidates to make a career in the field of law.

Mode of Exam

1

Exam Frequency

1

Languages

English

Validity of Exam Result

AILET scores are valid only uptill the admission process is going on for the particular course candidates opt for.

Affiliated Institutes

Participating colleges 8

Exam Preperation

Age Limit

There is no upper age limit to appear for AILET 2020.

Minimum Qualification Needed

UG :The candidate should have completed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognized institute. PG:The candidate should have completed the LL.B degree (5-year integrated LLB or 3-year LLB) from an Institute recognised by the Bar Council of India.

Subject Requirements and minimum percentage

UG: 50% in the qualifying examination. PG: General/ OBC category 55 %. SC/ ST/ PWD category- 50%.

Other eligibility criteria

N/A

Special provisions for reserved seats

Exam Pattern

Fees

General/ OBC/ Kashmiri migrants: 3050 SC/ ST/ PWD: 1050 BPL candidates belonging to SC and ST category: Free

Format Objective

Objective- MCQ

Domains tested (syllabus)

Weightage given to each domain

Subjects & Marks

Question

    UG: General Knowledge: 35 Questions Mathematics: 10 Questions Legal Aptitude:35 Questions Reasoning: 35 Questions English: 35 Questions

Important Dates

Announcement of the exam

November 20, 2019

Application Timeline

15 Jan, 2020 - 07 Jul, 2020

Provision of Admit Cards

27 Jul, 2020

Date of Exam

18 Aug, 2020

Adminssion Date

November 14, 2020

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