MAH LLB 3-year CET registration deadline extended till February 24

Students can apply for the MAH LLB 3-year CET for admission in Maharashtra law college on the official website, cetcell.mahacet.org.

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The MH CET three-year LLB  2024 will be a computer-based test. (Image: Pexels)The MH CET three-year LLB 2024 will be a computer-based test. (Image: Pexels)

Divyansh | February 22, 2024 | 11:35 AM IST

NEW DELHI: The State Entrance Exam Cell, Maharashtra, has extended the registration deadline of the MAH LLB three-year Common Entrance Test (CET 2024) till February 24. Candidates aspiring for admission in three-year LLB programme in Maharashtra programme can apply on the official website, cetcell.mahacet.org.

The CET cell, in a circular, said, “It is seen from the registration data that many candidates’ application forms are incomplete and we have received requests from candidates regarding extension of CET dates. Hence, considering the academic interest of the candidates the CET cell has decided to give a third extension for online registration for examination as per the schedule given below.”

MAH CET Law 2024 eligibility criteria

Candidates applying for the MH CET three-year LLB exam should have a graduate degree in any discipline. Students appearing in the final year exams of the bachelor’s degree can also apply for the exam. The minimum marks required for various categories in the qualifying exam are following

Category

Minimum aggregate required in qualifying exam

General candidates belonging to Maharashtra (as per domicile certificate)

45%

SC/ST candidates from Maharashtra

40%

VJ / DT / NT(A) / NT / OBC/ SBC category belonging to State of

Maharashtra.

42%

Candidates from other states (all categories)

45%


Also read MAH 5-year LLB CET 2024 registration last date extended by a month; apply by March 18

The MH CET three-year LLB 2024 will be a computer-based test (CBT), that will have 150 multiple-choice questions in four sections – logical and analytical reasoning, legal aptitude and reasoning, general knowledge and current affairs, and English. The candidates will have to attend the test in 120 minutes.

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