AILET 2015 Result has been revised and announced by NLU Delhi on June 18, 2015. AILET 2015 Result provides a list of qualifying candidates in AILET 2015. You can download AILET 2015 Result and Merit List of candidates in this page through the official link below.Latest : NLU, Delhi will open online application window of AILET Application Form 2017 from January 1, 2017. Click here to know all about AILET 2017.
Earlier, NLU Delhi had announced the result of AILET on May 18, 2015 at 4:25 pm.
The second most sought after law entrance exam was conducted on May 3, 2015. NLU Delhi conducts AILET 2015 for admissions to five-year integrated BA LLB programmes.
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Out of 70 seats through AILET for BA LLB programme, 52 seats are reserved for General category candidates, 11 for Scheduled Caste category, 5 for Scheduled Tribe and 2 for Persons with Disabilities and 1 for Kashmiri Migrant categories.
AILET 2015 was an hour and 30 minutes (90 minutes) exam comprising 150 Objective-type questions (MCQs) of 150 marks covering five sections including English, General Knowledge & Current affairs, History, Geography, General Science, Economics, Civics, Legal Aptitude, Reasoning and Elementary Mathematics with numerical ability.
Each question carried 1 mark and for every wrong answer, there was no negative marking as informed in AILET 2015 Question Booklet. Candidates needed to choose an option among the given in any question. If any question was responded with more than more than one option, it’ll has been regarded as wrong even though one of the options marked was correct and no marks will be awarded to the very question.
According to NLU Delhi officials, 14755 candidates had appeared for AILET 2015 while in 2014, a total of 14207 candidates took the exam.
National Law University, Delhi had announced the marks of 14755 test takers of AILET 2015 on May 18 and the final selection list on the basis of AILET 2015 scores for BA LLB programmes. The highest marks obtained is 118 and the lowest marks scored is 0. Last year, the highest marks obtained was 117 while the least marks secured was 3.
Out of 71 seats through AILET for BA LLB programme, 52 seats were reserved for General category candidates, 11 for Scheduled Caste category, 5 for Scheduled Tribe and 2 for Persons with Disabilities and 1 for Kashmiri Migrant categories.
AILET 2015 Revised Results - Click here to Download the revised result of NLU Delhi 2015 Entrance Exam
AILET 2015 Admission Dates - NLU Delhi shall be declaring AILET 2015 Admission Dates. However, you can find below tentative dates of AILET 2015 post result events.
AILET 2015 Important Events
AILET 2015 Result
May 18, 2015 (5:00 pm)
Issue of letters to the candidates in first list
May 18, 2015
Last date of deposit of fee for candidates in the first list
June 10, 2015
Publication of list of candidates for spot counselling
Second week of June 2015
Fourth week of June 2015
First week of August 2015
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AILET 2014 Cutoff - Click here to check Cutoff for AILET 2014
AILET 2015 Result - Check below to view and Download NLU Delhi BA LLB 2015 Entrance Exam Result
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First Merit List
Persons with Disability
Supplementary First Merit List
According to NLU Delhi officials, as many as 16215 candidates have successfully registered for AILET 2015. NLU Delhi offers 80 seats for B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Degree programmes. Out of these 80 seats, 10 seats are reserved for Foreign Nationals.
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The National Law University, Delhi will conduct All India Law Entrance Test - 2020 (AILET - 2O2O)" for admission to Five Year B.A.LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M. and Ph.D Programme on Sunday, May 3, 2O2O from 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM at various test centres across the country. The admission notice will be issued in the first week of January 2020 and the Online Application Forms will be available on the University website http://nludelhi.ac.in from first week of January 2O2O.
Best Of Luck For The Exam !
The Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT) and the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) are both entrance examinations for undergraduate law courses in India. AILET is considered tougher than CLAT. The basic difference on the basis of Institutes is that CLAT has 19 participating Universities but AILET offers admission only to the National Law University in Delhi.
For admission in NLU, Delhi you have to prepare for the national level entrance test AILET 2020. It is conducted for both LLB, LLM and PhD. programmes. Also, it is help on the first Sunday of May and that is what is proposed for this year as well.
Here are the details of the exam. The application starts in the first week of January 2020 and will go on till the second week of April 2020. After you get your admit card in the very next week, the exam will be held in the first week of May 2020. The announcement of the results will depend on the course. For instance, results for LLB will be declared in the 3rd week of May 2020 while for LLM, they will be declared in the 1st week of July, 2020 and PhD in the subsequent week.
If you are applying for LLB, you should have passed your 10+2 exam from a recognised board or an equivalent examination with the aggregate of 50% marks in the final examination. Even if you have given the following in March 2019/April 2019, you are eligible to apply.
For LLM, you need an LLB degree or equivalent law degree with an aggregate of 55% marks or 50% marks depending on your caste.
The syllabus is the exam is as follows:
Here is the exam pattern with the details about the paper and the marking scheme:
For further details, you can also check:
Hope this helps. All the best!
Here are the various eligibility criteria to apply in filet for a degree in Law.
1. For BA LLB
You should have passed your secondary education that is 10+2 or an equivalent exam with an aggregate of 50% marks in the final exam.
2. For LLM
An LLB degree is important for this or even an equivalent Law degree would do. Your aggregate marks should be at least 55%. If you are from a reserved category, 50% would suffice.
3. For PhD
LLM should be completed with at least an aggregate score of 55% marks.
So, if you are applying for LLB, if may be fine but not for LLM. You will also have to go through an offline entrance exam for the same. It would be a 1.5 hour long MCQ test with 150 questions and following 5 sections:-
1. English- 35 Marks
2. General Knowledge- 35 marks
3. Legal Aptitude- 35 marks
4. Reasoning- 35 marks
5. Elementary Mathematics- 10 marks.
There will be 4 marks given for correct answers and 0.25 marks would be cut for wrong answers. The paper is of 150 marks completely.
You will definitely have to complete your LLB before you look forward for Masters. Some law schools may consider a social science bachelor's but definitely not
. So, you can definitely apply to AILET for LLB but not any other course.
Here are some other details about AILET 2020:-
The application will start in the first week of January 2020 and end in the second week of April 2020. Your admit card will be available in the 3rd week of April 2020. The exam will be help in the 1st week of May and the results for LLB will be released in the 3rd week of May 2020.
Hope this helps you. All the best!
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