shubham.bhakuni|Oct 21, 2021
TS LAWCET 2021 and PGLCET admit card released; Here is direct link to download
The admit card has been issued to all registered candidates, who can download it by entering applicant credentials. TS LAWCET and PGLCET exams are scheduled for August 23.
NEW DELHI: Osmania University, Hyderabad has released the admit cards for TS LAWCET and TSPGLCET entrance exam, today on August 12. Candidates may now download the admit card of TS LAWCET and PGLCET by logging into the admission portal at lawcet.tsche.ac.in.
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Click here to download TS LAWCET/PGLCET hall ticket
How to download the TS LAWCET admit card 2021?
- Visit the TS LAWCET login portal - (Direct link is given below)
- Login using registration ID, password and qualifying examination hall ticket number
- The admit card will be displayed on the screen
- Download and save the admit card
Details mentioned in TS LAWCET/PGLCET admit card 2021
- Name, date of birth and category of the candidate
- Roll number and application number
- Exam centre name and address
- Exam date, timing and reporting time
- Exam day guidelines
The university will conduct the TS LAWCET 2021 and TS PGLCET 2021 on August 23; the exam mode will be online, centre-based. Based on scores of TS LAWCET 2021, admission will be offered to 3-year and 5-year integrated LLB courses in the law colleges in the state of Telangana. TS PGLCET 2021 scores will be used for admission to the LLM course.
TS LAWCET 2021 exam details
The TS LAWCET 2021 will be conducted in online mode, across the state. There will be 120 objective type questions, and the test duration will be 90 minutes. Each question will carry one mark. The test paper will be divided into three parts as mentioned below.
Part – A: General Knowledge and Mental Ability (30 questions)
Part – B: Current Affairs (30 questions)
Part – C: Aptitude for the Study of Law (60 questions)
TS PGLCET 2021 exam details
The PGLCET test is a common test for all courses of LLM. There will be 120 questions each carrying one mark. Candidates will have 90 minutes to complete the test.
Part-A - Jurisprudence (20 marks), Constitutional Law (20 marks)
Part -B Public International Law (16 marks), Mercantile Law (16 marks), Labour Law (16 marks), Crimes and Torts (16 marks), and IPR & Other Laws
Candidates are advised to take the TS LAWCET and PGLCET mock tests to make themselves familiar with the test pattern, difficulty level and other aspects of the exam.
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