Army Institute of Law 2014 Counselling – Army Institute of Law Admission 2014 Counselling is scheduled to be held on July 2. The counselling shall be conducted for students who have appeared and passed Army Institute of Law 2014 Entrance Exam. The students need to visit the counseling session to be held at the Army Institute of Law, Mohali on the scheduled date.

For any queries and doubt, call AIL Entrance 2014 Helpline @ 011-40360360

Army Institute of Law 2014 Entrance Exam is scheduled for June 1, 2014, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at various centres across India. Army Institute of Law Entrance 2014 Result shall be declared on June 12, 2014. The institute will declare First Round of counseling-cum-admission list after the declaration of AIL Entrance 2014 Result.

In addition to the first counselling, the law institute will also conduct second round of counseling if required. A special counseling will be organized by the institute for Punjab Residence Civil category, as per the schedule. You can find the schedule below in this page.

The total number of seats distributed is as under –

Category

Number of Seats

Punjab Residents Civil category

16

Wards of Army Personnel

60

All India General Category

4

Total Seats

80

The AIL 2014 Important Events and Dates are as below –

Important Events

Dates

Date of Entrance Exam

June 1, 2014

Declaration of Army Institute of Law Entrance 2014 Result

June 12, 2014

Army Institute of Law Entrance 2014 First Counselling

July 2, 2014

Army Institute of Law Entrance 2014 Second Counselling

Will be informed

Army Institute of Law Entrance 2014 Counselling for Punjab Residencies

July 3, 2014

The Army Institute of Law 2014 Entrance Admission Procedure is as per the Government of Punjab notification. For admission to its B.A, LL.B (5 year course) at Army Institute of Law, Mohali (AIL) will be through a Written Entrance Test followed by Counselling sessions at AIL.

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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!

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

Devraj choudhary 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

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For counseling the email says All India Civil category rank 1-10 only. I am not sure what does it mean.

NAVNEET PANDEY 29th Jul, 2019

Hello saurabh

civil and army categories are different, so they asked for civil category rank holders only.

You have under 100 rank so you can get admission easily in AIL mohali,For army the cutoff is around 60-75 marks, so you have scored a pretty good score.

Best of luck!

I hope it helps

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My rank is 89 and score is 127 I m from army category what are the chances

Souparni Paul Student Expert 19th Jun, 2019

Hello Vaibhav, 

Assuming that your caste category is General, the cutoff score this year for a General category student is 72.75. And considering your score, you have very good chances of getting a seat in the affiliated colleges. It also depends on the number of seats available and the number of qualifying candidates. But still, you seem to have a pretty good chance. 

All the Best!

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When army institute of law mohali will release its merit list for this year?

Souparni Paul Student Expert 18th Jun, 2019

Hello Anish,

The tentative date for the first round of counselling-cum-admission for Army and All-India categories is 17th July 2019. You will be called for counselling as per your merit in the exam. Admission will be granted only if you are found eligible on the day of counselling. Out of 80 seats, 60 are reserved for wards of Army personnel, 16 for All India general category students, and 4 seats for All India civil categories.

All the Best!

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