AILET Cut off 2017

AILET Cut offAILET Cut off 2017 – National Law University Delhi (NLU-D) has determined cut off of AILET 2017 on May 24 for admissions to five-year integrated and postgraduate law programmes. AILET 2017 cut off is least marks required for getting shortlisted for admissions to BA LLB and LLM programmes in the NLU. AILET cut off is also being considered as maximum rank obtained by an All India Law Entrance Test taker for BA LLB and LLM programme admissions. NLU Delhi organises counselling for undergraduate and postgraduate law admissions on the basis of AILET cutoff marks (or AILET cutoff rank). NLU Delhi will be determining AILET cut off 2017 for each of the law programmes and also for every category including General, Other Backward Class (OBC), Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Person with Disability (PwD) and Kashmiri Migrants (KM). The NLU-D also prepares a merit list of AILET for the admission process which is based on AILET cut-offs as determined by the NLU. Candidates may note that the NLU Delhi doesn’t announce the cut-off of AILET officially, however, Careers360 will bring  you insights on AILET 2017 cut-off and help law aspirants like you in understanding the law admission process based on AILET cut offs. Candidates can check here the AILET cutoff trend over the years and also the expected AILET cut off for admission year 2017. Scroll below to know more on AILET Cut off 2017.

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AILET Cut off: Important Dates

S.No.

AILET events

Dates

1.

Conduct of offline AILET

May 7, 2017

2.

Declaration of AILET Result

May 24, 2017

3.

Determination of AILET Cut off

May 24, 2017

AILET 2017 Cut-off

Category

AILET Cut-off 2017

General

89

Scheduled Castes

71

Scheduled Tribes

68

Persons with Disability

74

Kashmiri Migrants

81

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

78

AILET Cut off: Instructions

  1. National Law University Delhi will be determining cut off of AILET for admissions to both the undergraduate as well as postgraduate law programmes after the AILET results 2017 have been declared.

  2. The candidates who meet the AILET 2017 cut off, as determined by the NLU Delhi will be able to participate in the counselling and seat allotment process after the NLU issues admission letter to such candidates.

  3. The AILET Cut off 2017 will vary for each of the law programmes as well as for every category.

  4. Moreover, NLU Delhi may determine as many as AILET cut offs 2017 for two rounds of admission which again will be different for each of the AILET 2017 admission round.

  5. AILET cut-off is simply a mode to shortlist candidates among the test takers and call them for BA LLB and LLM admission process.

  6. The AILET cut-off forms the basis for determining AILET merit list 2017.

  7. Further, it should be noted that AILET cut off depends on various factors including number of test takers, offered seats, cut off trend of the previous years and difficulty level of AILET 2017.

AILET Cut offs (Expected)

 

While candidates are appearing in the NLU Delhi administered law entrance examination, they may be searching for the expected AILET cut off for this year. Careers360 brings you the expected cut off of AILET 2017, in co-ordination with domain experts. The table below mentions the AILET 2017 expected cut off.

 

AILET Cut-off 2017 (Expected)

Category

Expected AILET Cut-off 2017

Do-Zen cut off prediction

General

105-110

95-100

Scheduled Castes

83-88

90-95

Scheduled Tribes

80-85

80-85

Persons with Disability

75-80

75-80

Kashmiri Migrants

70-75

70-75

 

AILET LLM (AILET PG) Cut-off 2017 (Expected)

Category

Expected AILET LLM Cut-off 2017

General

75-80

Scheduled Castes

55-60

Scheduled Tribes

50-55

Persons with Disability

50-55

AILET Cut off Trends

 

Candidates can find read here about the cut-off trend of AILET over the years. Last year, the General category candidates require scoring at least 106 marks out of 150 for admissions to BA LLB programme, whereas those belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) needed to have 85 and 83 marks, respectively. In addition to this, the Persons with Disability (PwD) require to score at least 78 marks and Kashmiri Migrants scoring a minimum of 76 marks for being shortlisted for BA LLB admissions.

 

AILET 2017 cut-off is, however, expected to be scaled more than that of the previous year.

 

Further, as per the AILET cut-off of the year 2015, a minimum of 98 marks was to be scored by General category candidates, 75 for SC, 72 for ST and 85 for those belong to PwD category.

 

The info-graph below will help you in understanding the AILET cut off trends for both UG and PG admissions in a better way–

 

AILET Cut off Trend

 

 

 

AILET PG Cut off Trend

 

 

 

What after AILET Cut off

Once NLU Delhi has determined AILET cut off 2017, it will begin sending admission letters to the candidates shortlisted for admissions into BA LLB and LLM programmes. Further, these candidates will be required to attend the AILET counselling on their respective dates as per the secured merit.

 

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