AILET Cutoff 2019
Priyanka Sarangi, 14 Sep 2018, #AILET

AILET Cutoff 2019 – National Law University Delhi will release the AILET 2019 Cutoff after the declaration of the result by the fourth week of May. AILET Cutoff 2019 can be defined as the minimum marks required to be scored by candidates to get admission into the law programmes offered by NLU Delhi. The cutoff of AILET 2019 is considered as the gateway to participate in the counselling conducted by NLU Delhi. Candidates will be issued with different cutoff of AILET 2019 for all the categories namely - General, Other Backward Class (OBC), Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Person with Disability (PwD) and Kashmiri Migrants (KM).

 

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Based on the AILET 2019 Cutoff, the university will also prepare merit list for the law aspirants. Candidates who wish to seek admission into the undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes need to appear in the All India Law Entrance Test and score as per the cutoff. It should be noted that NLU Delhi does not officially releases the cutoff of AILET 2019. Careers360 with the motive to help candidates brings the previous year’s cutoff trends followed by the university so that candidates get a fair idea of the standard of the examination. Candidates who get shortlisted as per the cutoff, will be issued call letters to appear in AILET 2019 Counselling. Test-takers need to read the complete article given below to get more enhanced understanding of the cutoff trends of AILET 2019.

Test-takers of AILET 2019 need to take a look at the important dates of AILET 2019 to stay updated on the exam events.

 

Important Dates related to AILET Cutoff 2019

Events

Dates

AILET 2019

May 5, 2019

AILET Result 2019

Fourth week of May 2019*

AILET Cutoff 2019

Fourth week of May 2019*

*Tentative dates; Subject to change

 

Factors to Determine AILET Cutoff 2019

NLU Delhi will release the cutoff of AILET 2019 keeping certain factors in mind as mentioned below -

  • Number of candidates who appeared in AILET 2019

  • Cutoff of previous year

  • Number of seats available

  • Number of qualifying candidates

AILET Cutoff 2019

National Law University Delhi will determine the cutoff after the declaration of the AILET result 2019. Candidates will be made available with the AILET 2019 Cutoff once it is released officially. Till then candidates can take a glance at the expected cutoff and previous year cutoff as mentioned below.

 

AILET 2019 Expected Cutoff

Candidates will get a fair idea of the cutoff trends being followed by NLU Delhi by taking a glance at the table given below.

 

AILET Expected Cutoff 2019

Categories

Cutoff

General

80-90

Scheduled Caste

50-80

Scheduled Tribe

50-70

Persons with Disability

50-80

Kashmiri Migrants

50-90

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

60-80

Previous Year AILET Cutoff

Candidates can check below the previous Year cutoff of AILET:

 

AILET Cutoff 2018

Categories

Cutoff

General

71.25

Scheduled Caste

49.5

Scheduled Tribe

48.25

Persons with Disability

42.75

Kashmiri Migrants

40.25

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

58

AILET Cutoff 2017

Categories

Cutoff

General

89

Scheduled Caste

71

Scheduled Tribe

68

Persons with Disability

74

Kashmiri Migrants

81

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

78

AILET Cutoff Trend

As we take a look at the expected cutoff’s above, we get to know that  in the year 2018, the cutoff for General category was 71.25, and those belonging to Scheduled Caste it was 49.5 followed by Scheduled Tribe 48.25, Persons with Disability 42.75, Kashmiri Migrants 40.25 and Residents of Jammu and Kashmir it was 58. For a better understanding on cutoff’s, candidates need to take a look at the info-graphs given below -

 

AILET Cutoff Trend

 

 

AILET PG Cutoff Trend

 

 

What after AILET Cutoff 2019

After the release of cutoff by National Law University Delhi, the shortlisted candidates will be issued their call letters as a entry pass to participate in the AILET Counselling 2019.

 

AILET 2019 Cutoff – Important Points

  • National Law University Delhi will release the cutoff after the declaration of the result of AILET 2019 by the fourth week of May 2019.

  • The cutoff of AILET 2019 will vary for each of the law programmes as well as for every category.

  • The cutoff forms the basis for determining AILET merit list 2019.

  • As per the AILET 2019 Cutoff, candidates will be issued call letters to attend the counselling.

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