Application Form and Fee
The NLU releases Application Form for AILET at their official website. So interested candidates can visit the official website of NLU and apply for AILET exam in online mode only. The application form are made available online from the first week of January.
While applying for AILET, candidates must keep in hand their Class 10 mark sheet, class 12 mark sheet, SC/ST/PWD certificates (in applicable cases), Below poverty Line category Certificate (in applicable cases), passport size photographs of the candidate.
Application Fee for General Category candidates is Rs. 3000/-, for SC/ST/PWD category candidates is Rs. 1000/- and for Candidates below poverty line there is no provision for application fee payment.
The NLU lays down some eligibility criteria for candidates those who want to appear for AILET 2018. The candidates must read through the criteria carefully before applying for the AILET exam. Any candidates failing to fulfil the eligibility criteria will be barred from appearing for the examination. Below mentioned are the eligibility criteria for AILET:
For B.A LLB Honours
- Candidates must have passed their 10+2 examination with minimum marks of 50%.
- Candidate appearing for AILET in the year of their 10+2 examination has to meet the above criterion at the time of admission.
- There is no age restriction for candidates applying for AILET. Candidates of any age can apply for the AILET exam.
- Candidates of Indian Nationals must be a B.A LLB pass or equivalents from a recognized university scoring minimum of 55% marks.
- Indian candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD categories shall have score no less than 50% marks in their B.A LLB or equivalent.
- Candidates of foreign national have a record of LLB degree or equivalent from any UGC recognized university with no less than 55% marks.
Candidates must make sure that they fulfil any of the below mentioned criteria to be eligible for AILET 2018.
- Candidate must have Master’s Degree in law from a recognized university and must have secured minimum of 55% marks for general candidates. Reserved category candidates, must have scored no less than 50% marks.
- Candidate must have a law degree, Master’s Degree with M.Phil in Social Science/ Humanities from a recognized university with minimum 55% marks. Aspirants need to ensure that their research work is based on Public Policy of Law.
- Candidates must have a degree in law and PH.D in any discipline.
NLU divides the Law Entrance Exam into five parts: English (including comprehension), General Knowledge, Elementary Mathematics, Legal Aptitude, and Logical Reasoning. Maximum marks awarded for the paper is 150.
Given below is the marking scheme of AILET 2018 exam:
|Subjects||Total No. of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|English (Including Comprehension)||35||35|
|General Knowledge (Current Affairs, General Science, History, Geography, Economics, Civics)||35||35|
- Fill the CLAT Application Form
- Download CLAT Admit Card
- Appear For the Exam
- Check The Result
- Appear For CLAT Counseling
CLAT Eligibility Criteria
- Candidates might be underneath Twenty (20) Years of age as on the first July 2018 in the event of all Unreserved/NRIs/NRI Sponsored classifications hopefuls.
- Candidates should be beneath Twenty-Two (22) years old as on first July 2018 in the event of SC/ST/OBC or Specially Abled Persons (SAP) class applicants.
A candidate need to secure the minimum marks in qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2):
- Forty-five percent (45%) of aggregate marks for any of the applicants having a place with Unreserved/OBC/Specially Abled Persons (SAP) and different classes.
- Forty Percent (40%) aggregate marks in the event of applicants having a place with SC/ST classifications.
Candidates who are showing up in the qualifying examination in March/April 2018 are additionally qualified for showing up for CLAT-2018 online examination. In any case, they are required to deliver a proof of their passing the qualifying examination at the time of admissions, and for coming up short with marks of the same, they might lose their chance of entitlement to be considered for admission.
The outcome of the qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2) should be presented by the candidate at the time of application, without which the applicant might be ineligible for admission to the Course.
In the instance of equivalent marks, the breaking of the tie should be by the following technique and request as under:
- Higher scores in the segment of legitimate inclination in CLAT-2018 exam.
- Higher age.
- Computerized draw of parts
CLAT 2018 might be directed in online mode where the paper will have 200 questions from five distinct subjects including English (Comprehension), General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Degree and scope of inquiries under various branches of knowledge are:
English including comprehension: The English segment will test the candidate’s capability in English in view of comprehension passage and linguistic use. In the same segment, applicants will be questioned on their comprehension of the section and its focal topic, implications of words utilized in that, and so forth. The linguistic use segment requires amendment of mistaken grammatical sentences, filling of spaces in sentences with proper words, and so forth.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs: The candidate’s base for general knowledge will be tried on the general awareness including general static learning. Inquiries on current affairs will test candidates on their insight into national and global current issues.
Mathematics: This section is specifically designed to test the candidate’s knowledge of elementary mathematics, that is mathematics taught up to 10th Class/standard.
Legal Aptitude: This area will test applicant’s enthusiasm towards the investigation of law, research aptitude, and critical thinking capacity. Inquiries may incorporate legitimate recommendations and an arrangement of certainties to which the said suggestion must be connected.
Logical Reasoning: The motivation behind the coherent thinking segment is to test the candidate’s capacity to distinguish designs, sensible connections and amend unreasonable contentions. It might incorporate an assortment of intelligent thinking questions, for example, syllogisms, coherent groupings, analogies, and so on. Be that as it may, visual thinking won’t be tested under the test.