Ayushi Bisht|Nov 24, 2023
AILET 2024: NLU revises syllabus for BA LLB, LLM, PhD programmes
AILET 2024 Exam: Candidates can check the revised syllabus of AILET 2024 for BA LLB, LLM and PhD programmes at nationallawuniversitydelhi.in.
NEW DELHI: The National Law University (NLU) Delhi has modified the syllabus of the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2024 for admission to BA LLB, LLM and PhD programmes. The AILET 2024 updated syllabus for BA LLB, LLM and PhD programmes can be checked from the official website – nationallawuniversitydelhi.in.
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The AILET 2024 will be conducted offline on December 10, 2023, from 11 am to 1 pm. Candidates can apply online for AILET 2024 by November 13. The university will issue the AILET 2024 admit cards on November 20. Candidates appearing for the AILET 2024 exam are advised to go through the updated syllabus before starting their exam preparations.
The AILET 2024 for BA LLB programme will have three sections with 150 multiple-choice questions. The total marks will be 150 and the duration of the examination is 120 minutes. There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer.
AILET 2024 BA LLB exam pattern
Number of questions
Current affairs and General knowledge
For the LLM programme the question paper will have 100 multiple choice questions (MCQ) carrying one mark each. All the 100 MCQs will be from the different branches of Law. There will also be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer. The LLM exam will be of 120 minutes.
The AILET 2024 exam for PhD will be of 100 MCQs each question carrying one mark each. 50 questions will be from the subject of research methodology. For PhD in Law, the remaining 50 questions will be from different branches of Law and for PhD in social sciences, the remaining 50 MCQs will be from different branches of social sciences. For admission to PhD the candidates who hold a valid Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and foreign nationals are exempted from the All India Entrance Test.
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