All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted by National Law University Delhi (NLU Delhi) to offer admission to eligible candidates in undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG), and doctorate (PhD) level law courses. This is a university-level entrance exam only for admission in law programmes at NLU Delhi. The university does not accept any other law entrance exam for admissions.
|Exam Name||All India Law Entrance Test|
|Conducting Body||National Law University|
|Exam Type||University Level Entrance Test (UG & PG)|
|Exam Timing||90 Minutes|
|Courses Offered||5 Year B.A.LL.B.(Hons.), LL.M and PhD. Program|
|Application mode||Online mode|
|Exam Mode||Offline/ Pen-Paper Mode|
|Number of Seats||BA LLB program- 80, LLM program- 80, Ph.D. program- 5-10|
|AILET Notification Date||January 22, 2021|
|AILET Registration Process begins||January 23, 2021|
|Last Date of submitting AILET 2021 Application form||May 20, 2021|
|AILET Admit Card Date||June 5, 2021|
|AILET Exam Date||June 20, 2021|
|AILET Result Declaration Date||BA LLB program- May 2021, LLM program- July, PhD program- 3rd week of July|
|AILET Counselling Date||July 2021|
|AILET Closing date of Admission||July 2021|
The student should go through certain important topics for each section so as to dwell proper reasoning about the core of the subject. Listed below are the subjects and the syllabus the candidates need to study before appearing for AILET Exam:
English, Legal Awareness, Reasoning, Elementary Mathematics along General Knowledge comprise the undergraduate entrance Syllabus.
Ans:NLU Delhi will start the online application process of the AILET exam on the official website from January 23, 2021 onwards. The last date to fill the AILET application form is May 20, 2021.
Ans: Candidates can apply for AILET 2021 in online mode only and the application form will be available in online mode only at the official website of NLU Delhi.
Ans: CLAT is Common Law Admission Test and as the name suggests, it includes all National Law Universities except NLU Delhi, for which AILET exams are held eventually.
Ans: The candidate will get the information about the questions asked, marking scheme (positive and negative marking), time, number of questions available etc.
Ans:The candidate just needs to operate the mouse and keyboard; thus, no such skill is actually required.
Ans: There are around 200 seats available at NLU Delhi, however, only 110 seats for BA LLB and, 70 seats for LLM courses are offered through the AILET exam.
Ans: No, NLU Delhi has not prescribed any lower or upper age limit for admissions to its law courses.