How many marks are required in AILET exam for got addmission in NLU DELHI ?
Dear Aspirant, National law university , delhi ,The university will release the category wise AILET cutoff for various programs.Any candidate who will miss the Ailet cutoff score or rank then they will not be eligible to get admission.
So the candidate must try to score more than cutoff in AILET.cut off may varies for every year it depending upon many factors like no.of candidates applied,no.of seats, paper toughness etc.
Till last year the university offers only 80 seats in BA LLB, from this year it offers 120 seats for BA LLB.Giving you previous year cutoff trends for category wise:-
* Kashmir migrants-35.25.
* Kashmir resident's-51.25.
Exam officials will release the cutoff whenever the Ailet results released.Foe general category the you need to score above 80 or between 75-76,if you score more than this then you can be in safer zone.
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Does CLAT preparation ready you for AILET exam also? Or do i have to prepare for it separately?
AILET has the following sections:
English: Fill in the Blanks, Comprehension passages, Antonyms, Synonyms, Idioms and Phrases, Jumble words and Sentences, Choosing the correct words
Elementary Mathematics: Algebra, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Average, Speed and Distance, Permutation-Combination, Numerical Ability
General Knowledge: Economics, Civics, Current Affairs, History, Geography, General Science
Reasoning: Logical and Analytical reasoning skills
Legal Aptitude: Study of Law, Research Aptitude and Problem solving ability.
Now CLAT hs following sections:
You will be given passages of about 450 words. These passages are usually from Contemporary or Historically signification fiction and nonfiction writing. The standard would be of 12th standard student. So each Passage has a series of questions which will check your Comprehension and language skills. You will be required to Read and comprehend the main point discussed in the passage. Draw Inferences and conclusions based on the passage. Summarise the passage. You will have to compare and contrast the different viewpoints set out in the passage. You will have to understand the meaning of various words and phrases used in the passage.
Current Affairs including General Knowledge: You will be given passages of upto 450 words and these passages are usually taken from News, Journalistic sources and nonfiction writing. The questions may include legal information or knowledge but do not need any additional knowledge of the law beyond the passage. This sections requires you to demonstrate knowledge of various aspects of current affairs and general knowledge including Contemporary events of significance at National and International Level, Arts and Culture, International Affairs and Historical Events.
Logical Reasoning section consists of Short passages of about 300 words each. You have to recognise an argument, its premises and conclusions. You have to read and identify the arguments set out in a passage. Critically analyse the patterns of reasoning and assess how conclusions may depend on particular premises or evidence. You have to infer what follows from the passage and draw relationships and analogies, identify contradictions and equivalence.
Legal Reasoning section has passages of 450 words each which may relate to fact situations or scenarios involving legal matters, public policy questions or moral philosophical enquiries. You need not require any prior legal knowledge. General awareness will do. Yuo have to idenify and infer the rules and passages set out in the passage and apply those rules to various fact situations and understand how changes to the rules or principles may alter the application to various fact situations.
Quantitative Techniques section includes short set of facts or prepositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information followed by a series of questions. You need to apply 10th standard mathematical operations on ratios and proportions, basic algebra, mensuration and statistical estimation.
So the syllabus is pretty much the same and preparing for CLAT will get you ready for AILET and viceversa.
What is the cut off rank to get in this college through AILET?
Cut off for 2018 and 2019 were around 72 for General category, considerably lower than previous years. 62-63 for and candidates and 45-50 for PWD .
To get admission in this college you need to score minimum marks i have mentioned through your category .
Good luck !!
can you send me the syllabus of NLU delhi LLM Entrance test
AILET (NLU) syllabus for 2020 LLM exam is as follows:-
General knowledge :- no. Of questions 35
Reasoning:- no. Of questions 35
Legal aptitude :- no. Of questions 35
Elementary mathematics :- no. Of questions 10
- English section includes fill in the blanks, antonyms, synonyms, idioms and phrases, jumbled words and sentences, choosing the correct words, comprehensive passage.
- General knowledge section includes current affairs, economics, civics, history, political science and general science.
- reasoning includes syllogism, blood relations, identifying pattern, logical links, rectifying logical arguments.
- legal aptitude includes research aptitude, problem solving ability.
- maths include simple elementary maths.
Click the link below to know more about it.
we have applied AILET , BA,LLB 2020 course through NLU DELHI official website., Now, I want to know whether we should once again apply for the NLU Delhi university sparately or not. Please kindly calrify my doubt
If you already filled the form AILET 2020 then you dont need to apply again. To get admission in NLU, Delhi you you are required to give AILET only.
AILET is held once a year for admissions to the 5-year comprehensive (BA LLB) and LLM legal programs offered by the university. The BA LLB plan has a seat intake capacity of 70 seats to be filled on the basis of the AILET 2020 ranking. In fact, there are 10 extra seats reserved for foreign nationals to be provided through preferential entry on the basis of merit.
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I hope this will help. Thanks!!
can i pursue bba llb honours i am from commerce without maths
As per the Constorium of National Law Universities for CLAT the eligibility requirement is that candidate must have passed or appearing class 12 in any stream with minimum 45 percent marks aggregate from a recognized central or state board.
So yes you're eligible to take admission in BBA LLB (Hons.) without mathematics.
I hope this information helps you.
Hello What number I have to score for getting the admission in the NLU DELHI for BA LLB course
Hello Shivam Yadav!
AILET 2020 Expected Cut-off
Persons with Disability
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir
What is expected score needed in CLAT 2020 for Nirma Jindal NALSAR NLU Delhi
The cut-off changes every year depending on various factors like applications received for admission, performance of candidates and difficulty level of questions. But according to 2019 cut-off trends if you score a rank below 1000 in general category then you can get admission in a good college.
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Ailet (NLU) delhi = cut off of LLM(entrance test) of 2019,2018,2017 only llm? any one that plz provide us
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Hello, Can i join NLU Delhi by appearing AILET exam for 3 years LLB course? i am a Bca Graduate
NLU, Delhi doesn't offer three years LLB program, so you have to try for other universities which offer this course as Delhi University conducts DU LLB, Banaras Hindu University conducts BLAT, Allahabad University conducts LAT, then there are state-specific entrance tests such as AP LAWCET for admission to Andhra Pradesh's universities or colleges , TS LAWCET for Telangana's universities or colleges, MH CET LAW for Maharashtra's universities or colleges.
Eligibility for LLB is passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university with 45% marks, for reserved categories it's 40 %, BHU and DU require 50% aggregate, while other universities like Kurukshetra, Meerut, Rohtak need 45% in graduation.