AILET National Law University Delhi Admission Announcement 2020-21 for Law Studies Course

AILET National Law University Delhi Admission Announcement 2020-21 for Law Studies Course

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AILET NLU Delhi BA.LLB(Hons) CAP 2020 Rules

AILET NLU Delhi BA.LLB(Hons) CAP 2020

AILET NLU Delhi LLM CAP 2020

What is 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 2020 application forms are out and, candidates can check here the detailed notification below:

AILET 2020 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.

Important Information
 If two or more candidates secure the same percentage of marks in the Entrance Test, their merit will be determined on the basis of percentage of marks in the Intermediate Examination (10+2)/Higher Secondary School or its equivalent recognized by the University.

 If the merit remains the same, then the marks of 10th standard will be taken into consideration. If still there is no change in rank, then the higher in age shall get preference.

 The unfilled seats under Foreign National Category will be carried over to General Category and filled on Merit. A horizontal reservation of 30% of the total seats shall be filled by eligible female candidates including those selected in reserved and foreign national categories.

 Selected candidates shall be arranged in the order of merit in each category. A wait – list shall be prepared for each category, so that in the event of a selected candidate not joining, the candidates in the wait-list could be admitted in the order of merit. Admission process shall be completed latest by the 25th day of July of the year or any other date which may be notified by the University.

 Candidates who are selected shall be intimated about the selection, immediately by the University through email / post / phone / fax and by posting the result on the website of the University. The candidates will be given stipulated time for getting admission, failing which, the offer of admission stands cancelled.

 The same procedure shall be followed in the case of wait-listed candidates.

 The tuition fee and other deposits shall be paid through ECS/Demand Draft obtained in favour of “Registrar, National Law University, Delhi”. If any candidate fails to join after admission to the course, only 75% of the tuition fee paid will be refunded to the candidates. The non-refundable part of the tuition fees shall be utilized towards financial assistance to deserving students who could not pay the tuition fee on account of their economic backwardness, based on the recommendation of a committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor.

Minimum Requirements of online application

  • Valid E-mail Address
  • Valid Mobile Number
  • Scanned Copy of Photograph( in .jpg,.gif or .bmp format) not more than 150 KB. 75% of the photograph must cover the candidate’s face Click on upload button to check your photo uploded correctly or not. (Candidates with incorrectly filled photographs are liable to be disqualified. )
 

 

 

Instructions for filling the form

  • On the login page, click on the Register to apply now link.
  • Read relevant details about the course and application from the home page links. Most importantly, Eligibility Criteria,Selection Process and Reservation Guidelines.
  • Fill the details into User Registration Form.
  • Confirm Registration details by clicking on the Confirm button.
  • After you Login in the first page that is displayed is “Application Locker”. Click on NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY from the List of colleges
  • Choose your application form and click on Apply Button.
  • Fill all details on the form for each of the sections. Incomplete forms will be summarily rejected.
  • Click Submit for saving all details and proceeding back to the Application Locker for making payment for all pending application forms.
  • In the Application Locker, under the Pending Applications area, choose your forms for which you wish to make payment and Click on Make Payment.
  • On the Make Payment Page, choose Mode of Payment and verify the Amount and Click on Proceed.

 

Available payment Methods

  • Online Payment Gateway – supports payments from Credit Cards/Debit Cards and Net banking click here to view details.

 

If Credit Card /Debit Card & Net Banking Mode is selected Then do as follows

  • On the next page give your card details like card no. , and the expiry date. Please keep ready your Internet Banking password against the Card for which you are making a transaction.
  • If mode of payment is Netbanking,you will be forwarded to the respective bank’s site where your account details are verified and payment approved.
  • After that click proceed .

After payment has been received, you will receive confirmation through mail after which student will view & print acknowledgment slip in the from their e-mail or from the Application Locker under the Application Submitted area.

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Entrance Exam Fee
Unreserved /OBC/SC/ST/EWS/Foreign Nationals/Kashmiri Migrants/Resident of Jammu & Kashmir Rs.3,050/-

SC/ST and Persons with Disability (PwD) Rs.1,050/- (No Entrance Examination fee for SC/ST Below Poverty Line (BPL) only)

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 – CLICK HEREand 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. 

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 2020 Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When will the application form of AILET 2020 be available? 

A: NLU Delhi started the online application process of AILET exam in the first week of January 2020. 

Q: How to apply for AILET exam?

A: Candidates can apply for AILET 2020 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 2020 exam be held?

A: NLU Delhi will conduct AILET exam on May 3, 2020, 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). 

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 2020 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. 

 

CLAT-2020 vs AILET 2020

Which is tougher – CLAT or AILET?

If you compare the number of applicants per seat then definitely AILET is a tougher exam as compared to CLAT. Confirming the same, Shiksha’s Law Expert, Vivek Subramanian said that if you compare the number of registrations for each exam then 50,684 candidates (44,576 for BA LLB & 6,108 for LLM) registered for CLAT 2017 to fill a total of 2,670 seats in BA LLB (Hons) course whereas 18,322 aspirants (17,054 for BA LLB, 1095 for LLM & 173 for PhD) registered for AILET 2017 to fill a total of 83 seats. Thus, in CLAT approximately 14 candidates compete for a seat in an NLU, whereas in AILET there are around 207 candidates competing for a seat in NLU, Delhi”. But having said that most of the students who are applying for AILET also apply for CLAT “but still since NLU Delhi is considered among the top 5 National Law Universities (NLUs) of India it is tough to get in and the difficulty level of the questions asked is also higher in its exam”, he added.

CLAT or AILET or both – What should law aspirants consider?

Students should definitely consider applying for both CLAT and AILET exams. For aspirants, it can be difficult to pay for and thereafter appear for a second admission test. But the thing that should be kept in mind while taking this decision is that if you have a bad day and botch the CLAT exam then AILET can be a good backup option. But as per experts AILET is a tough nut to crack and so Vivek suggests that students should take AILET exam preparation very seriously because “getting a high enough AILET rank to win a seat in NLU Delhi, is not necessarily any easier than getting into the top few CLAT NLUs”.

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