Ayushi Bisht|Nov 24, 2023
AILET 2024: NLU Delhi starts online application process at nludelhi.ac.in; seat matrix
The registration process for AILET 2024 will end on November 13 while the exam will be conducted on December 10.
NEW DELHI: The National Law University (NLU) today started the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET 2024) for admission to BA LLB (Hons), LLM and PhD programmes. Interested candidates can apply for the AILET 2024 exam on the official website, nludelhi.ac.in.
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The last date to submit the AILET application form 2024 is November 13. As per the schedule, the law entrance exam, AILET 2024, will be held on December 10 from 11 PM to 1 PM. The admit cards will be uploaded on the university website -- nationallawuniversitydelhi.in – on November 20.
Candidates will have to pay Rs 3,500 as application fee for completing the registration process. Those belonging to SC, ST and PwD (persons with disabilities) will have to pay Rs 1,500 as application fee. No fee will be charged from those belonging to families below poverty line in SC, ST categories.
Students registering for five-year BA LLB (Honours) programme should have secured at least 45% marks in Class 12 board or equivalent examination. However candidates belonging from SC, ST and PwD categories will be given 5% relaxation in the minimum marks required in the qualifying examination to appear in the AILET 2024.
The admission for foreign nationals, and OCI or PIO card holders will be done on merit. They will have to secure at least 65 marks in the qualifying examination. Candidates appearing in the Class 12 examination can also apply for the examination.
AILET 2024: Seat matrix
Total number of seats
Foreign nationals & OIC/PIO
AILET 2024: Eligibility criteria
Those applying for the one-year LLM programme will have to get at least 50 marks in the law degree or equivalent programme. Candidates from SC, ST and PwD categories will get 5% relation in minimum marks required in the qualifying examination. The university will hold the entrance examination for 70 seats while 10 seats – 5 each for foreign nationals, and OCI and PIO card holders, will be done on merit basis.
In the PhD programme, the NLU is offering 25 seats – five through UGC-JRF, 16 on AILET merit basis and four seats for fellowship through AILET merit. Two seats will be offered to foreign nationals. The candidates applying for the registration process should have secured 55% marks in LLM or equivalent degree. Five per cent relaxation will be given to candidates belonging from OBC non-creamy, SC, ST, EWS and differently-abled categories.
The NLU will hold the examination in 36 cities, including Bengaluru, New Delhi, Chennai, Luknow, Madurai, Kanpur, Kolkata and Shimla.
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