NLU Delhi releases AILET 2021 seat allotment lists for round II; Download here

AILET 2021 counselling is conducted in online mode from August 5 to 14. Candidates who have been allotted seats may pay the balance fee and confirm admission or forfeit their seats.


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Shubham Bhakuni | August 13, 2021 | 05:12 PM IST

NEW DELHI: National Law University, Delhi (NLUD) has today released the second round of AILET 2021 seat allotment for the BA LLB and LLM programmes. Candidates who have been alloted fresh seats in round II need to pay the balance fee and confirm their seats, or they may exit the admission process. The online counselling of AILET 2021 started on August 5, with first seat allotment lists being released on August 9.

The results of the pen-and-paper based All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2021 exam was declared on August 4.

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How to check AILET 2021 seat allotment lists for second round

The university has published the AILET seat allotment lists for both BA LLB and LLM programmes on its official website - Alternatively, candidates can download the programme-wise admission lists from the direct links given below.

Law programme

AILET seat allotment list for second round


Download here

BA LLB (Foreign national)

Download here


Download here

AILET 2021: Way forward

Candidates shortlisted in the second round of the provisional merit list should now pay the course fee (balance fee). The fee should be submitted by August 16 before 5 pm through any digital payment method viz.Credit/ Debit Card, Net-banking, UPI, etc.

Candidates failing to complete the admission process by submitting fees will not be offered admission. In this case, the seat allocated to such candidates will be offered to those included in the waiting list.

Candidates who do not accept the admission offer will not be considered afterwards under any circumstances. They will forfeit the right of admission and the right to refund the counselling fee of Rs. 50,000.

In case of any difficulty, candidates can use the official helpdesk provided by the university.

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Candidates can contact the below-given numbers from 10 am to 5 pm.

  • +91-9899920124,
  • 011-28034993
  • 01128034257

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