IPU CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2018: Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) has announced the eligibility criteria of IPU CET Law 2018 along with the application forms on February 19, 2018. Aspirants who wish to appear in the Indraprastha University Law Entrance Test need to go through IPU CET Law 2018 eligibility criteria before beginning to fill the IPU CET Law application form. Needless to say, candidates meeting the IPU CET Law eligibility criteria will only be offered admissions to the law programmes in the university. IPU CET Law eligibility criteria 2018 will mention the minimum academic qualification and other requirements for appearing in the GGSIPU administered law entrance examination. In case a candidate is found not meeting the IPU CET Law 2018 eligibility criteria, his/ her candidature will be cancelled at later stages of admission process even if the candidate qualifies in the IPU CET Law 2018. Aspirants must note that a few dates in this article are tentative and based on last year. They’ll be updated as soon as any official notification related to eligibility criteria of IPU CET Law 2018 is released. Read the complete article below to know more about IPU CET Law 2018 eligibility criteria.
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IPU CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2018: Academic Qualification
According to the IPU CET Law 2018 eligibility criteria, candidates must have qualified their 12th board examination from Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or any other equivalent board with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.
Studying English, either core or elective or functional as a subject in the 12th standard is mandatory to apply for IPU CET Law 2018. Applicants must have passed their English exam too.
IPU CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2018: Age Bar
As per a Supreme Court order dated March 3, 2017, there is no upper age limit for appearing in IPU CET Law 2018 and getting admission in the five-year integrated law programmes. Thus, a candidate of any age can apply for the IP university’s law exam or IPU CET Law 2018.
IPU CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2018: Who are non-eligible?
Applicants who have passed 12th board examination through Open Universities system including NIOS directly without having any basic qualification will not be considered eligible for IPU CET Law 2018 admissions.