AIL LET 2024 Application Form, Exam Date, Eligibility, Pattern

AIL LET 2024: It is the Law Entrance Test (LET) which gets conducted by the Army Institute of Law (AIL) for admissions to the BA LLB course. Exam gets conducted in online mode for a duration of 2 hours. Through AIL LET, eligible students get seats in the BA LLB program which gets offered including a quota for wards of Army Personnel.

AIL LET is the Law Entrance Test (LET)  is an institute level exam conducted in 32 test cities across India. It is an online-based entrance exam which gets organized by the Army Institute of Law, Mohali, Punjab for admission to its BA LLB program under All India Category will be filled based on AIL LET 2024 scores

It will be conducted in the last week of July 2024. The exam will be MCQ-based and will include 200 questions. The online AIL LET 2024 application form will commence in the first week of June 1. The application fee will be the estimate of an amount of Rs. 3000, the same for all categories.

AIL LET 2024 Highlights

Exam Name Army Institute of Law Entrance Test
Short Exam Name AIL LET
Conducting Body Army Institute of Law
Frequency of Conduct Once a year
Exam Level University Level Exam
Languages English
Mode of Application Online
Application Fee (General) 3000 Rs [Online]
Mode of Exam Online
Mode of Counselling Offline
Exam Duration 2 Hours

AIL LET 2024 Important Dates

Events Dates
Starting date to fill applications 1st week of Jun-2024 (started)
Last date to fill the application form 3rd week of Jun-2024 without late fee
Release of admit card 3rd week of Jul-2024
exam date 4th week of Jul-2024
Declaration of results 1st week of Aug-2024

 Eligibility Criteria

Applicants who are seeking admission to BA LLB course at the law institute they should fulfill the eligibility criteria as under:

  • Applicants who have 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.
  • Applicants should have secured at least 45% marks in the qualifying examination.
  • Applicants who have completed their qualifying exam from Open University are not eligible for admission to the law course.
  • Applicants who are appearing for Class 12th compartment papers are not eligible for admission at AIL.

Application Process for AIL LET 

  • Follow the below-given instruction below to apply online for AILET Admission.
  • Visit the official website
  • On the home page, you need to follow the “Quick Links” section.
  • Hit on “AILET” link from >hit the “Admission Announcement” link
  • Read the complete information from AILET Notification and ensure their eligibility criteria.
  • After reading details, hit on the “Online Application Form” link.
  • Press on the “Create New Account” option
  • If you are a new candidate otherwise Log in with the existing user name and Password if you already have an account.
  • Fill the details in the form and complete the registration process.
  • Submit it within the given time period.
  • Make the payment of fee as per the category you belongs to
  • In the end, take a printout of duly filled online form for future reference.

Exam Pattern


Subjects Number Of Questions Marks
English 35 35
Elementary Mathematics 10 10
General Knowledge 35 35
Reasoning 35 35
Legal Aptitude 35 35
Total 150 150


Subjects No. of Questions Marks
Law of Torts 50 50
Constitutional Law, Law of Contracts, Criminal Law, International Law, Property Law, Family Law, and Intellectual Property Law 50 50
One essay 50 50
Total 150 150

 Admission Process

Candidates will get admission on the basis of performance in the All India Law Entrance Test

AIL LET 2024 Exam Centres Guidelines

Applicants who will appear for the law entrance test must be careful of a few things:

  • Reach the allotted exam center 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 banned items like mobile phones, earphones, watches, books, notes, etc.
  • Follow the instructions of the exam invigilator before, during, and after the examination.

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