Deepti Shikha|Jul 28, 2022
MH CET law 2022 begins today; Know exam timings, instructions, admit card
MH CET law exams will be held in multiple centres across India for admission to undergraduate law programmes in more than 140 colleges in Maharashtra.
NEW DELHI: The State-level law entrance exam of Maharashtra, MH CET law 2022 will be conducted today, August 2, 2022 for 5-year LLB. The MH CET law for 3-year LLB will be held on August 3 and August 4, 2022. The MH CET law exam 2022 will be conducted in online computer-based test mode in multiple test-centres across India. The MH CET law exam 2022 for both 5-year LLB and 3-year LLB will be held in multiple sessions. The exam timings asre mentioned in the admit card of the candidates.
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MH CET law 2022 exam timings
August 2, 2022
August 3, 2022
August 4, 2022
Download MH CET law admit card 2022
Candidates should follow the steps given below to download MH CET law admit card:
Visit the official website - cetcell.mhacet.org.
Choose the programme - 5-year LLB or 3-year LLB.
Click on the “Download MH CET Law 2022 Admit Card” link.
Log in using the registration number, date of birth or password.
MH CET Law admit card 2022 will be displayed on your screen.
Download MH CET Law hall ticket and take a printout to carry in the examination hall.
MH CET law 2022 exam day instructions
Candidates should read the exam instructions provided in MH CET law admit card before appearing in the test. The important instructions are mentioned below:
Candidates should carry a photo id proof such as Aadhar card, voter ID, or passport to the designated examination centre.
Aspirants should carry the original copy of MH CET law 2022 admit card. No candidate will be permitted to appear for the examination without a valid admit card.
Candidates should report at the exam centre as per the reporting time mentioned in their hall ticket.
Candidates should not carry any electronic items such as mobile phones, digital watches or any kind of notes to the examination hall.
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