COVID-19 Outbreak: MH CET Law 2020 Exam postponed; new schedule to be released soon
New Delhi: The Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra has postponed the MH CET law 2020 for five-year LLB indefinitely as a precautionary measure against the spread of the deadly Coronavirus. The admit card, which was scheduled to be released on March 27 has also been postponed.
The Coronavirus outbreak has forced India into an unprecedented lock down which started on March 22 for one day and now has been extended for another 21 days. The MHCET law for five-year LLB was slated to be conducted on April 12, but due to the current lock down, it was not possible to hold an entrance exam which attracts a gathering of thousands of the candidates across the country.
Updates on MH CET law 2020
The entrance test for 5-year LLB has been postponed. The new dates will be announced later through a notification.
The MH CET law application form for 3-year LLB has been released on March 19 and can be submitted till May 6, in online mode. While the application form for the 5-year LLB has been closed.
The entrance test for 3-year LLB will be conducted on June 28, in online mode.
Other law entrance exams affected due to Coronavirus
AMU BA LLB entrance test 2020 - Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has postponed all departmental and admission tests including the AMU BA LLB entrance exam. The exam has been postponed indefinitely as a precautionary measure against the deadly Coronavirus.
JMI BA LLB entrance test 2020 - In view of the Coronavirus outbreak, Jamia Millia Islamia has extended the last date to submit the application form from March 25 to April 15.
Kerala Law Entrance Exam (KLEE 2020) - Kerala is also one of the worst affected states. The entrance test for three-year LLB and five-year LLB are scheduled to be conducted on April 25 and April 26. But, with the prevailing situation, the state-level law entrance exam may get new dates.