AILET 2019 application form extended till April 15

AILET 2019 application form extended till April 15
Madhuwrita Nandi | Mar 29, 2019 - 11:05 a.m. IST
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New Delhi, March  29: The National Law University, Delhi, has extended the last date to submit the AILET 2019 application form from April 8, 2019 to April 15, 2019. With the extension of the application deadline, candidates get one more week to submit their complete application form along with the application fees. The AILET 2019 application process is being conducted solely in the online mode.

AILET 2019 is set to be conducted on May 5, 2019 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am. To appear for the examination, candidates need to submit the complete application form of AILET 2019 by the stipulated deadline. It is only upon the submission of AILET application form 2019 that candidates will be able to access their admit cards.

Law aspirants who have not filled the AILET application form yet can follow the below mentioned steps to fill the application form. 

  • Click on the official link 
  • Complete the registration process by entering the requisite details
  • Note down the login credentials generated
  • Go to the application locker page and fill all the details. 
  • Submit the completely filled application form.
  • Complete the application fee payment step. 

AILET 2019 application fee payment 

Candidates can pay the fees in online mode using any of the following options - Netbanking/Debit card/Credit card. Following is the application fee breakup. 

  • General - Rs. 3050
  • SC/ST/PWD - Rs. 1050
  • BPL from SC/ST category - No application fee

It is advised that before filling the AILET application from candidates read the eligibility criteria and ensure that they fulfil all the requirements. 

About AILET 

AILET, also known as All India Law Entrance Test, is conducted by the National Law University, Delhi, for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes. Upon qualifying the examination and meeting the cutoffs announced by the university, candidates will be able to grab a seat for themselves amongst 140 seats (70 for UG and 70 for PG through AILET) in one of the most prestigious law schools of India. 

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