Christ University Law 2016 Cutoff – The cutoff of Christ University Law Entrance Exam (CULEE) 2016 shall be determined for admissions to five-year integrated law programmes in the University including BA LLB and BBA LLB.Based on Christ University Law 2016 Cutoff scores, the candidates shall be shortlisted for Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) – Writing Ability Test (WAT) before the issue of final merit list.
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Christ University Bengaluru shall be conducting Christ University Law Entrance Exam (CULEE) 2016 in the fourth week of April and declaring the results by first week of May. Check here to know the other dates of the law entrance exam.
Let us have the paper pattern of Christ University Law 2016 –
Christ University Law 2016 Exam shall an offline mode paper conducted for a maximum of 2 hours comprising as many as 120 questions, carrying a maximum of 120 marks
The questions shall be distributed among five sections – English Language, General Knowledge, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning and Data Analysis
For every correct answer 1 mark shall be awarded and for each incorrect answer 0.25 marks will be deducted from the total scored marks
You need to choose only one option among the four given against every question. Questions responded with more than one option will be regarded incorrect even though one of the other marked options be correct and negative marking will be applicable to the very question
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Cutoff Scores of Christ University Law 2016
Christ University shall be declaring the results after determining the cutoff scores of the law entrance exam
The University shall be determining the cutoff of Christ University Law 2016 for shortlisting candidates for GD and PI-WAT rounds
However, the University will not be announcing Christ University Law 2016 cutoff scores publically
Only if you meet the cutoff scores as determined by the University, you can appear for GD and PI-WAT rounds
After appearing in the GD/PI-WAT rounds, a final merit list shall be issued based on your performance in these rounds
Christ University Law Entrance Exam is conducted by Christ University Bengaluru for admissions to 300 seats in the five-year integrated law programmes including BA LLB and BBA LLB.
*Disclaimer – The article above is based on last year’s official notification. It will be updated as soon as the official notification is made for this year.
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CULEE applications have been released on December 8th and the last date to fill in the applications for session 1 is April 4 and session 2 is April 16. You can fill the application form at: https://christuniversity.in/apply-online#apply_now Candidates are required to pay (1000 INR) for successful submission of the form after filling the form. Candidates can pay the amount via debit/credit card or any kind of online banking system. For more information on how to fill the application form, please check our page:
honestly there is not much difference between the two. you can choose the one which you are comfortable with. anyway, go for nminms.
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hope this helps.
Christ university does not consider CLAT scores for admission. They conduct their own entrance exam for admission. But if your scores are very high in CLAT and if you comply the minimum marks in 12th as per Christ, then they might consider your application.
However, that does'nt imply that you will get away with the standard interview and selection procedure by the university. University would want quality students and if you have those then you will get through.But keep other institutions in mind as well
All the best!
On going to the university.
The fees is 5000 rs
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