AILET 2016 Application | Dates | All India Law Entrance Test
AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) schedules by National Law University every year for the admission of eligible candidates to law courses such as PhD in Law, LLM, BA, BA LLB (Hons). The official notification for AILET 2016 will probably release in January 2016. After official AILET 2016 official notification, candidates may apply for this test.
Eligibility Criteria for AILET
For PhD- The applicants should have master’s degree in Law from a recognized university scoring not less than 55% (for SC/ST/PWD 50%) OR
A degree in Law & M.Phil in social science or humanities scoring minimum 55%. OR
The applicants must have own a degree in Law & PhD in any discipline OR
Judge of any high court having 3 years’ experience or judge of Supreme Court in India.
For LLM- The applicants should have cleared LLB or equivalent degree from a recognized university scoring minimum 55% (in case of SC/ST/PWD 50%).
The foreign applicants will get admissions based on their scored in LLB or qualifying exam.
The % of qualifying degree should not less than 55% in case of foreign applicants. The foreign applicants will be asked for personal interview for English Communication skill.
For BA, LLB (Hons.)- The applicants should have cleared 12th or equivalent exam scoring minimum 50%. The final year appearing applicants can also apply for AILET 2016 (providing they have to obtain passing certificate according to satisfied the eligibility criteria during admission).
The minimum age to apply for AILET 2016 is 21 year as on 1st July of examination year (23 years for SC/ST applicants).
The applicants should have scored minimum of 40% (for SC/ST 30%) in AILET 2016 exam.
The applications for AILET 2016 will be available at official website of NLU in January. The candidates can apply either online or offline mode. The candidates have to fill their details carefully and submit it.
Important Tentative Dates for AILET 2016
|AILET 2016 Application availability||1st January 2016|
|Last date to apply||7th April 2016|
|Admit Cards availability||14th April 2016|
|Exam Date (AILET 2016)||1st May 2016|
The duration of the examination will be 90 minutes and there will be total 150 questions containing 1 mark for each question. The question paper will have 5 sections containing 35 questions for each section (except Numerical Ability which contains 10 marks)- GK, Reasoning, English, Legal Aptitude and Numerical Ability.
The PG exam will contain 100 questions of MCQ type and one essay of 50 marks. The duration of PG exam will be 90 minutes. The subjects will be law of torts, constitutional law, and law of contracts, criminal law and legal theory.
Seats and Reservation
The total number of seats for UG program is 80 (70 seats through AILET and 10 seats for direct admission of foreign candidates). The reservation for SC is 15%, for ST 7.5% and for PWD 3%.
The total number of seats for PG programs is 25 (20 seats through AILET and 5 seats for direct admission of foreign candidates). The reservation for SC is 15%, for ST 7.5% and for PWD 3%.