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G uday kiran 4 months ago

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G Uday KiranLast Seen: 3 months 2 weeks agoJoined on: 07-Mar-2019Education Interest: LawEducation Level: In Graduation

I'm degree final year final exam is going to held on may can I apply for lawcet

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Ria Vishisht 4 months ago

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Ria VishishtLast Seen: 3 weeks 18 hours agoJoined on: 04-Mar-2019Education Interest: LawEducation Level: In Graduation

Hello,

The Common Eligibility Test (CET)  There is a  new proposal that has been introduced by the Government of india  on 14th March 2018 inorder to conduct Common Eligibility Test 2019 for the CET 2019 SSC, Bank, Railway and other exams.

THe CET exams are conducted by the universities personally. 

Eligibility Criteria For CET 2019

Candidates who will apply for Common Eligibility Test 2019 have to read the released notification very carefully to avoid some kind of mistakes at the time of filling of application form. It is compulsory for all the candidates to meet the eligibility conditions. Candidates who do not fulfill the eligibility criteria are not required to apply for the available post otherwise the application of such candidates will not be accepted. The eligibility criteria in a detailed manner will be announced in the official CET 2019 notification. However, general conditions to apply for CET are given below.

Candidates should be a citizen of India.Candidates should possess the required educational qualification from a recognized Institute/University.Candidates age should be in between the prescribed age limit. However, candidates belonging to the reserved categories shall be eligible for the age relaxation as per the Government Rules.

 Procedure to apply:

Go to the UPTET portal for registration.

Read the given ‘Instructions’  carefully and then click on the ‘Continue’ button.

Do fill the applicant Name same as recorded in the High School Certificate/Mark sheet.

Further, Fill the Parent’s/Guardian’s Names recorded in the High School Certificate/Mark sheet.Fill the Date of Birth in the DDMMYYYY format same as recorded in the High School Certificate/Mark sheet.

Fill the address for the correspondence with the PIN code.

Fill out the name of the test center as per your convenience.

Fill your Caste Category (GEN/SC/ST/OBC).

Fill your special category CAP/SP/PH/NCC (if any).

Fill in the Aadhar Card Number.

Upload the Photo and Signature in the required format and required size.

Before submitting the Application Form read all the filled in details.

Then click on the ‘Submit’ button for the submission of the Application Form.

Make the payment of the Application Fee by using Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking.

After successful registration, candidates will receive Unique User Id which will be used for further communications.

Hope this is useful. 

Thank You !

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Prabhakar PradeepLast Seen: 2 months 6 days agoJoined on: 15-Jul-2017Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: Graduate & Above

Hello Uday,

You should have passed any graduate degree (10+2+3) from any recognized university with at least 45% of the aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the university concerned.

Three-year law programme 

A candidate needs to have a graduation degree in (10+2+3) pattern from any recognized university with at least 45% of the aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the university concerned. If any candidate secures less than 45% marks in graduation, then he/she should have passed any additional graduate or postgraduate degree with 45% aggregate marks.

Five-year integrated law programme

Candidates seeking admission into five-year integrated law programme need to have a qualifying degree of two-year Intermediate examination (10+2) pattern with 45% of the aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the University concerned or the Board of Intermediate Education. 


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