AP PGLCET Application Form 2017– Sri Krishnadevaraya University, on behalf of APSCHE has invited application forms for AP PGLCET 2017 on February 18, 2017. Candidates need to fill the AP PGLCET 2017 online application form with the correct information to register for the Andhra Pradesh Post Graduate Law Common Entrance Test. Before filling the form, candidates will have to complete the online registration for AP PGLCET 2017, where they will be required to provide their basic details including name, date of birth, e-mail id and mobile number. Candidates will only be able to apply for AP PGLCET if they fill the AP PGLCET application form by following the correct procedure for personal details as well as payment submission. The application form should be submitted by March 18, 2017, which is the last date for registration and filling application form without lat fees. Candidates who register and fill the AP PGLCET application form in the period between March 18 and April 17, 2017 will be liable for additional late fees. Candidates can see here the proper application process for AP PGLCET 2017 which involves online registration, filling of form, uploading of signature and photograph, payment of fees and final submission of the filled AP PGLCET 2017 application form.
AP PGLCET Application Process 2017 is meant to help the candidates to register on time and fill the AP PGLCET application form step by step in a correct manner. Candidates wishing to pursue LLM programmes in the state law colleges of Andhra Pradesh will have to apply through AP PGLCET 2017. They should remember to submit the mandatory registration fees before proceeding to fill AP PGLCET Application Form 2017. The registration fees for AP PGLCET 2017 is Rs. 600/-.
AP PGLCET Important Dates 2017
AP PGLCET Application Form events
Notification of AP PGLCET 2017
February 12, 2017
Commencement of application form
February 18, 2017
Last date for submission of applications without late fee
March 18, 2017
Last date for submission of applications (with Rs. 500 as late fee)
March 19 – March 27, 2017
Last date for submission of applications (with Rs. 1000 as late fee)
March 28 – April 5, 2017
Last date for submission of applications (with Rs. 1500 as late fee)
April 6 – April 14, 2017
Last date for submission of applications (with Rs. 5000 as late fee)
April 15 – April 17, 2017
Closure of online application window
April 17, 2017
IMPORTANT: AP PGLCET Committee issued a Application Corrections notification on March 3, as per which candidates will be allowed to change or correct only specific fields in their application forms between the dates of March 28 and April 3. The fields which can and cannot be changed as well as other details can be seen by the candidates in the window below.
The payment procedure for AP PGLCET Application 2017 is below.
AP PGLCET 2017 Payment Procedure- Candidates may submit their application fees for AP PGLCET only through online mode. AP PGLCET payment will be accepted at AP Online Centres and through Debit/Credit cards.
When paying via AP Online -
The candidate must submit certain mandatory details when attempting to pay at AP Online Centres. These include name of the candidate, candidate’s father’s name, candidate’s Date of Birth, Hall ticket number of their qualifying exam (12th Class or Degree exam), Hall ticket number of 10th SSC or equivalent exams and Mobile Number.
Once the candidate makes the payment of Rs. 600, they will receive a receipt for the same which will contain a Transaction ID. Candidates will have to use this Transaction ID after visiting the ‘Registration Fee Payment Procedure’ page and selecting the “Click here if paid through AP Online” button.
On the new page, the candidates will see the provision to enter AP Online Transaction ID, their name, Mobile Number and Date of Birth.
The candidate then has to click the ‘Proceed to Online Application form filling’ button, which will lead them to the AP PGLCET Application Form 2017 page, thus concluding the payment process.
When paying via Debit/Credit Card -
Candidate should have the necessary card details in hand before visiting the ‘Registration Fee Payment Procedure’ page and selecting the “Click here to pay online using your Debit card/Credit Card” button.
A new payment gateway page will open where the candidate should select their card type (VISA, MasterCard or Maestro) and enter the other mandatory details including card number, valid thru date/year, name on the card, CVV number and the security pin. Candidate should then click on the ‘Make Payment’ button at the bottom of the page.
When the payment is in progress, candidates should not click on the Back/Refresh buttons or close the browser page suddenly.
If the candidate has made a successful payment, they will be able to see the Payment Reference ID and a Transaction ID on the screen. These are important and should be noted. The final step which will conclude the payment via card process for the AP PGLCET Application Form 2017 is clicking on the ‘Proceed to Online Application Form Filling’.
Keep in mind!
Once the payment for AP PGLCET 2017 is submitted, there is no chance for a refund even if the candidate is unable to appear for the exam due to any reason.
Documents required for online application form of AP PGLCET 2017–
Before filling the online application form for AP PGLCET 2017, candidates should ensure that they have with them the official authorized certificates and documents in hand so that they can refer to the same and enter the correct information. These documents include -
Hall ticket numbers and final marksheets from the 10th and 12th Class examinations.
Date of Birth proof (Birth Certificate, SSC or equivalent certificate)
Residential Status certificate or Local Candidate Certificate
Parents’/Family Income Certificate
Caste Certificate if candidate is from reserved categories
Special Category Certificates if applicable (NCC, PH, CAP, Sports, etc.)
AP PGLCET Application Form 2017: Once the payment process is concluded, candidates may proceed to fill the AP PGLCET Online Application Form as per the steps below-
The first part of the form requires the candidate’s personal details including candidate’s name and parents’ names. Candidate can then select the correct Date of Birth from the drop-down boxes and choose their gender from the given radio button for ‘Male’ or ‘Female’.
Candidate has to then enter their academic details by selecting the qualifying examination at SSC/Graduation level and the month of passing. Candidate should also enter the Hall Ticket number from their qualifying exam at 12th Class or degree level, the percentage of marks obtained, and finally select the place where they completed their study of intermediate.
From the given options, candidate has to choose the law CET exam for which they are appearing, in this case the PGLCET.
Digital copies of the candidate’s photo and sign should be uploaded in their respectively given sizes in the next step.
From the drop down menu of exam centers named ‘Regional Center for appearing the test’, candidate should choose the exam centre they wish to appear for PGLCET 2017 at.
The next step is regarding the candidate’s category details, including choosing the right category as per the caste certificate, choosing whether they are seeking admission under special category, what their area status is and whether they are from a minority/majority community.
The candidate should enter their full and exact address for correspondence as given in the official documents.
Candidate should enter their SSC (10th Class) qualification or equivalent details including their Board of study, the Hall Ticket No. from the same, Month and Year of Passing and the Place of Study details.
Choose whether the candidate is physically challenged or leave the field blank.
The candidate’s details from Intermediate (12th Class) or equivalent including Board of study, their Hall Ticket No., whether appearing or completed, Month and Year of Passing and the Place of Study should be entered.
Under the ‘Annual Income of the Parents’ section, candidates should enter the accurate certified details.
Once the above steps are complete, candidate should go through the entered details thoroughly. They may then read the declaration at the end of the page and select the given check box for accepting the terms and conditions. The ‘Preview’ button will allow them to look at their filled version of the AP PGLCET 2017 online application form for a final time before they submit.
If all the entered details are correct, candidate should then click on the ‘Submit’ button. This marks the successful conclusion of their registration process for AP PGLCET 2017.
What after filling AP PGLCET Application Form 2017?
If the candidate has completed the above given steps in the correct order, their registration for AP PGLCET 2017 will be successfully completed. Candidates may then download their admit card for AP PGLCET 2017 a week before the exam date through online mode and appear for the Andhra Pradesh Post Graduate Law Common Entrance Examination at their chosen AP PGLCET Exam Centre on April 19, 2017.
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The AP LAWCET has commenced with the notification application on March 11, 2019 . Candidates can submit the application form till April 24, 2019 without any late fee. After the submission of the application form by the applicants, admit cards will be issued on May 1, 2019.
Examination will be conducted on May 6, 2019 followed by the issue of answer key. The conducting body then announced the result on May 17, 2019 along with the issue of rank card and conduct of counselling in the first week of October.
There are 16 centres of AP Law CET in Andhra Pradesh only.
The result shall be declared on May 17th , 2019.
The exam paper shall be for 120 marks and shall be for 120 minutes .There shall be no negative marking. AP LAWCET Answer Key 2019 will be available in online mode which will give candidates an opportunity to cross-check their answers marked in the law examination.
Along with the application form of AP LAWCET 2019, candidates need to upload the following documents as mentioned below-
Mark-sheets of 10th and 12th examinations along with the admit card number issued by the board.
Scanned copy of photograph
Scanned copy of signature.
Identity Proofs like Aadhaar Card/ Driving License/ PAN Card/ Voter’s Identity Card/ Passport/ College Identity Card (self-attested)
Caste Certificate, if required.
Candidates should ensure to fill-in the complete and correct details submitted in the application form. However, the correction window will be made available to the candidates from April 27, 2019 to April 28, 2019. After this span, candidates will not be able to make any changes in their application form.
It is advised that candidates keep their login passwords of AP LAWCET discrete and not share it with anyone. Also, for security reasons, it is essential to log out from AP LAWCET portal after updating or filling or submitting the application form of AP LAWCET 2019.
In case a candidate pays the fees twice, the second amount deducted will be refunded within 7 working days by the university.
Best of luck !
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