GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2020
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GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2020 - The CLAT 2020 authorities will release the category-wise GNLU Gandhinagar 2020 cut off for all three rounds of counselling. The cutoff will be released separately for: 1) UG and 2) PG law courses. The GNLU Gandhinagar cut off for a particular round would indicate the category-wise last rank for which admission to UG or PG program. Admission will be open to such CLAT applicants who meet the cutoff criteria; those who don’t meet the cut off cutoff would be disqualified. Currently GNLU Gandhinagar has an intake capacity 180 seats for its UG courses, while for the one-year LLM program there are 50 seats. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of GNLU Gandhinagar cut off 2020.

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GNLU Gandhinagar offers the following programs:

  • BA/BCom/BSc/BBA/BSW, LLB (5-year integrated)

  • LLM (one-year)

CLAT 2020 will be conducted on May 10 in pen-and-paper mode across more than 60 test centres. The application form of CLAT 2020 is open now; last date of application submission is March 31.

Factors that determine GNLU Gandhinagar cut off 2020

  1. Total number of CLAT 2020 exam takers

  2. Number of applications for admission to GNLU Gandhinagar

  3. Performance of applicants in CLAT 2020

  4. Seat intake for program applied for admission

  5. The category of the candidate.

GNLU Gandhinagar Seat Intake (not including supernumerary seats)

Course

All India Seats

NRI

FN

Total

UR

SC

ST

UG

115

27

14

18

6

180

PG

38

9

5

6

2

60

GNLU Gandhinagar: Subject-wise seats for UG program (not including supernumerary seats)

Category

B.A. LL.B.

B.Com. LL.B.

B.Sc. LL.B.

B.B.A. LL.B.

B.S.W. LL.B.

Total

All India

68

22

22

22

22

156

NRI

10

2

2

2

2

18

Foreign National

2

1

1

1

1

6

Total

80

25

25

25

25

180

GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2019 for UG program

Category

Cut off Rank

Round I

Round II

Round III

General

417

461

466

General (W)

416

460

468

General (GD) (W)

1992

2014

-

General (GD)

2001

-

-

SC (W)

6494

7214

7305

SC

6791

7094

-

ST (W)

9109

10719

-

ST (GD)

9489

-

-

ST

9640

10921

8001

General (PwD) (W)

12655

15662

-

General (PwD)

14307

14900

-

GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2019 for LLM

Category

Cut off Rank

Round I

Round II

Round III

General

259

470

536

General (W)

258

463

580

General (GD) (W)

1067

2205

2322

General (GD)

1537

-

2289

SC (W)

1424

2076

2725

SC

1408

1960

2733

ST (W)

2010

3541

4273

ST

2126

3283

-

General (PwD) (W)

1387

-

-

General (PwD)

1225

3602

5599

GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2018 for BA LLB

Category

Rank

General

494

General Women

13464

General Gujarat Domicile

1898

General Women Gujarat Domicile

1892

General SAP

8276

General Women SAP

13464

Scheduled Caste

7918

Scheduled Caste Women

6053

Scheduled Tribe

9298

Scheduled Tribe Women

7948

GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2018 for L.L.M

Category

Cutoff 2018

General

760

General Women

1602

Schedule Caste

2789

Schedule Caste Women

2092

Schedule Tribe

3842

Schedule Tribe Women

3963

GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2017 for BA LLB

Category

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

AI General

453

2164

488

510

AI SC

6650

7526

8006

7544

AI ST

10585

15099

15099

15532

AI SAP*

5939

7061

7061

12677

*All India Specially Abled Persons

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GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2017 for LLM

Category

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

AI General

266

1841

684

832

AI SC

1212

1880

2207

2595

AI ST

1950

3162

3571

3039

AI SAP

2036

3341

4466

4466

GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2016 for BA LLB

Category

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

AI General

465

511

529

569

AI SC

7805

9586

9341

10510

AI ST

10360

12039

12039

16936

AI SAP

8194

12151

12151

30828

GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2016 for LLM

Category

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

AI General

295

653

903

1154

AI SC

1177

1933

2276

2865

AI ST

1833

3131

3477

3982

AI SAP

1529

2469

2469

2469

GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2015 for BA LLB

Category

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

AI General

41

41

115

115

AI SC

11

11

27

27

AI ST

6

6

14

14

AI SAP*

2

2

4

-

State General

-

5

-

-

State SC

-

1

-

-

State ST

-

1

-

-

State SAP

2

-

-

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - GNLU Gandhinagar Cutoff 2020

Question: When will GNLU Gandhinagar cutoff 2020 be available?

Answer:

The cutoff of GNLU Gandhinagar 2020 will be released at the time of CLAT 2020 counselling. Cut offs will be released for all three rounds.

Question: Can I get admission if I don’t meet GNLU Gandhinagar cutoff 2020?

Answer:

Any candidate who doesn’t meet the cutoff threshold for a round will not be considered for admission in that round.

Question: What is the seat intake for the UG and PG in GNLU Gandhinagar?

Answer:

The All India intake for UG program is 180 seats, while intake for one-year LLM program is 60. This doesn’t include supernumerary seats.  

Question: How will GNLU Gandhinagar cut off 2020 be determined?

Answer:

To determine the GNLU Gandhinagar cut off, parameters like number of applicants, seat intake, and category of the candidate will be considered.

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