AIL Entrance Test Eligibility Criteria 2017- Army Institute of Law is responsible for forming the eligibility criteria of AIL entrance test 2017. Applications for AIL entrance test have started from May 30, 2017 onwards for candidates who want to pursue five year integrated law programme. While the deadline for the law entrance exam is June 19, 2017, candidates who miss the deadline will be able to apply till June 23, 2017 but with a late fee of Rs. 1000 in addition to the registration fee. Before beginning with the application process, it is recommended that candidates go through the AIL entrance test eligibility criteria 2017 to check whether they fulfil the minimum requirements to take the entrance exam. As per the AIL entrance test 2017 eligibility criteria, candidate must clear their Class 12 examination from Punjab School Education Board or any other examination recognised by the board. It is crucial for candidates to be aware of the AIL entrance test eligibility criteria 2017 before filling the application form for the same.

 

With the help of eligibility criteria of AIL entrance test 2017, aspirants will have a clear understanding of whether they can take the AIL entrance test 2017 or not. It will also help them figure out the requirements expected of them before taking the entrance exam. The AIL entrance test 2017 entrance exam will be held on July 2, 2017. Any candidate who is keen on pursuing law at the institute can start applying.

 

Here in this article, candidates can find in-depth information pertaining to AIL entrance test eligibility criteria 2017.

 

AIL Entrance Test 2017 Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidate must have scored atleast 45% in the qualifying board examination.

  • S/he should have cleared their higher secondary from Punjab School Education Board or other equivalent board recognised by the Punjabi University, Patiala.

  • Candidate who are appearing for their 12th board examination are also eligible to apply for AIL entrance test 2017 provided they clear their examination in the first attempt.

  • As per the AIL entrance test eligibility criteria 2017, candidates who have compartmental in any subject are not eligible to sit for the examination.

  • Those who have cleared their Class 12 examination from open university cannot apply for the entrance exam.

  • As per a Punjabi University notification issued in the year 2000, students who pass their Class 12 from Bihar Education Board are not eligible for admissions.

Age Bar

According to the conducting body, Army Institute of Law, Mohali, candidates should not have completed the age of 20 years as on July 1 in the year of admission into the programme.

 

Army Institute of Law conducts the entrance exam to screen eligible candidates for admission into its five year integrated law programme. The institute offers as many as 80 seats for the BA LLB programme through the entrance exam.

 

Stay tuned to law.careers360.com for latest updates and articles on AIL entrance test 2017

 

Get real-time alerts on exam & colleges at your fingertips with Careers360 App!

Click Here to Install or Give a missed call on 08080944727 to get app link.

Applications Open Now

UPES - ULSAT Exam 20 June Last date
UPES - ULSAT Exam 20 June Las...
Apply
SRMHCAT 2020 | Last Date to Apply: 26 May'20
SRMHCAT 2020 | Last Date to A...
Apply
Manipal University Jaipur
Manipal University Jaipur
Apply
Jindal Global Law School
Jindal Global Law School
Apply
Integral University Admissions 2020
Integral University Admission...
Apply
Shoolini University- Law Admissions 2020
Shoolini University- Law Admi...
Apply
Bennett University LLB  30 May Last date
Bennett University LLB 30 Ma...
Apply
View All Application Forms

Popular Branches

Law
Colleges available: 1208
Colleges available: 85
Colleges available: 59
Colleges available: 34
Colleges available: 262
View All Branches

Latest Articles

Questions related to AIL LET

Showing 29 out of 29 Questions
33 Views

The reason for me was that when will the admission form of the Army Institute of Law come out?

Pankhuri Kumari 1st May, 2020
Hii Swaraj!
To get into Army Institute of Law, you need to give AIL LET entrance exam conducted by the College. The tentative dates for the release of application forms was from 3rd week of April, 2020 and the last date was to be 2nd week of May, 2020. But, the forms are delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. So, keep an eye on the official Website for updates.

https://ail.ac.in/

Hope this helps.
Good luck!
17 Views

please provide me direct link of the admission form

Aditya Kumar Student Expert 1st May, 2020
Hi

To fill the application form of AILET 2020 Examination you need to visit the official website of NLU Delhi , the link for the same is provided below -
https://nludelhi.admissionhelp.com/nlu/login.aspx
OR
http://www.nludelhi.ac.in

  • Your AILET 2020 Examination was released on January 15

  • Earlier the last date was 8th April to fill the application form

  • But now the last date to fill its application form has been extended till May 15, 2020,

  • Your AILET 2020 Examination was scheduled to be conducted on 30th May, but it has been extended due to covid-19 to break and lockdown

For more and detailed information go through our page, the link for the same is provided below

https://law.careers360.com/articles/ailet-application-form

Thankyou
18 Views

when will the application form come

Manisha 1st May, 2020

Hello aspirant

. Application forms for various courses are going on through online mode . Due to Covid 19 lockdown, all entrance exams and admissions are postponed till last week of May. But online applications are being accepted.

AIL LET forms are also accepted online and last date is may15,2020.

Exam date is postponed and will be updated after may30, 2020.

44 Views

what is the syllabus for AIL LET 2020.

Afrin Hossain 27th Jan, 2020

Hello !

The Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (or AIL LET) is an online-based entrance exam conducted by Army Institute of Law, Mohali, Punjab for admission to its BA LLB program.

The question will be of subject Mental Ability, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, and General English.

The Question Pattern and the Syllabus is as follows:


General English : 50 Questions (50 Marks)

  1. Comprehension
  2. Grammar

    • Synonyms
    • Antonyms
    • One word Substitution
    • Sentence Completion
    • Spotting Errors
    • Idioms and Phrases

General Knowledge & Current Affairs : 50 Questions (50 Marks)

  • General Knowledge
    • (i) History
    • (ii) Art and Literature/General Awareness
    • (iii) Economics
  • Current Affairs
    • Pertaining to matters featured in mainstream
    • Media can be asked and period can be limited to

Mental Ability : 50 Questions (50 Marks)

  • Series Completion
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Blood relations
  • Direction Sense test
  • Logical Venn Diagrams
  • Completion of Series

Law Aptitude : 50 Questions (50 Marks)

  • As the candidates cannot be tested on any prior knowledge of law or legal concepts, only questions pertaining to Legal Awareness will be framed with the help of legal propositions and a set of facts such as:
    • Law and Judiciary
    • Current and important legal facts.
    • Legal Terms, which commonly occurs in lay man’s language but are used some times without understanding

Hope this Helped!

Best of luck for your Future!

30 Views

The date of applying for the exam had been announced or not??

Devraj Student Expert 29th Dec, 2019

Hii

The date of the AIL LET 2020 has not been announced yet. But it is expected that the application will start in 3rd week of april. And the exam will be conducted in 2nd week of june. And result in that week of june itself. For more detail on AIL LET visit https://law.careers360.com/articles/ail-let

Hope it helps

Top
The question have been saved in answer later, you can access it from your profile anytime. Access now

Download the Careers360 App on your Android phone

Regular exam updates, QnA, Predictors, College Applications & E-books now on your Mobile

Careers360 App
150M+ Students
24,000+ Colleges
500+ Exams
1500+ E-books