IPU CET Law Exam Pattern 2019
Madhuwrita Nandi, 10 Dec 2018, #IPU CET

IPU CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 - Candidates who wish to appear for CET for admissions to BA/BBA LLB and LLM should go through the IPU CET Law 2019 exam pattern. The university has prescribed the exam pattern of IPU CET law 2019 which is accessible by candidates in online mode. The IPU CET law exam pattern 2019 lists down important features about the the entrance question paper like number of questions, maximum marks, duration, syllabus, and marking scheme.

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Candidates are advised to go through the IPU CET law 2019 exam pattern and study accordingly, since it will help them to fare well in the exam and increase their chances of getting admissions into the prestigious university. In addition to this, a prior idea of the question paper pattern will help candidates to attempt the paper more confidently as they will already be familiar with the structure and topics asked. 

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To point out the most important pointers of the exam pattern of IPU CET law 2019, the exam will be of 2.5 hours and will consist of 150 multiple choice based questions. The whole question paper will be for 600 marks; each question will be for four marks. The entrance examination will be conducted in offline mode and the candidates will be required to mark their answers in an OMR sheet. As per the IPU CET law exam pattern 2019, there will be negative marking in the test. Therefore, candidates should be cautious while marking their answers; ideally, they should be marking their answers only when they are sure that they are correct. 

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Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University conducts IPU CET every year for candidates who seek admissions into BBA/BA LLB and LLM. IPU CET law 2019 will be conducted in the second week of April for LLM and in second week of May 2019 for BA/BBA LLB.

For a more detailed insight into IPU CET law 2019 exam pattern, syllabus, and preparation tips, candidates can read further. 

Important Dates of IPU CET Law 2019

Before going through the exam pattern of IPU CET law 2019, candidates should first take a quick look into the entrance exam dates for BBA/BA LLB and LLM. Candidates should check the dates and start off with their preparations accordingly. 

IPU CET Law 2019 - Important Dates 

S.No. 

Events 

Dates

1.

IPU CET (BA/BBA LLB)

Second week of May 2019

2.

IPU CET (LLM)

Second week of April 2019 

IPU CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 - BA/BBA LLB

Given in the table below are key points about the BA/BBA LLB entrance test paper like number of questions, maximum marks, duration, marking scheme, and so on. 

BA/BBA LLB Exam Pattern 

Exam Pattern 

Details

Examination mode

Offline

Number of questions

150

Types of Questions 

MCQs

Maximum marks

600 (4 marks for each question)

Duration

2.5

Linguistic Medium 

English 

IPU CET Law 2019 Exam Pattern - LLM 

Given below are key points about the entrance paper of LLM like maximum marks, total number of questions, duration, and so on. 

LLM Exam Pattern 

Exam Pattern 

Details

Examination mode

Offline

Number of questions

150

Types of Questions 

MCQs

Maximum marks

600 (4 marks for each question)

Duration

2.5

Linguistic Medium 

English 

IPU CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 - Syllabus

Given below are the topics from which questions will be asked in the IPU CET law 2019 test for BBA/BA LLB and LLM. Candidates are advised to go through all the topics, collect sufficient material on each of them, and start studying them on a regular basis. Furthermore, along with the topics, candidates will also find their respective weightages. 

IPU CET Law Syllabus 2019 - BBA/BA LLB 

Topics

Weightages 

English Language and Comprehension

25%

General Knowledge

25%

Reasoning

25%

Legal aptitude [(a)General legal awareness, (b) Understanding and application of legal principles)

25% 

IPU CET Law 2019 Syllabus - LLM 

Topics

Weightages 

General Knowledge (including English Language)

20%

Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, Commercial Law & Family Law

30%

Public International Law, Human Rights Law and Environment Law

30%

Current Trends in Law

20%

IPU CET Law 2019 Exam Pattern - Marking Scheme

  • Each correct answer will fetch candidates 4 marks. 

  • Owing to negative marking, each incorrect answer will lead to a deduction of one mark. 

IPU CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 - Preparation Tips

  • To start of with the preparation, the first step that candidates should take is to familiarize themselves with the exam pattern of IPU CET law 2019 and syllabus. 

  • Once candidates have gone through the exam pattern and syllabus, they should dig up sufficient material on the topics and start studying them. 

  • It is advised that the test takers start with their preparations well in advance. Ideally a candidate should begin at least a year before the exam. 

  • In addition to IPU CET law 2019 exam pattern and syllabus, candidates should also practice sample papers. They should be conducting mock test sessions for themselves wherein they try to finish the paper within the same time duration as that of the real exam. 

  • Candidates should make a timetable and organize their study plan in such a way that they are left with at least a month for revision. 

  • The key to cracking the entrance will be regular and thorough study. 

IPU CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 - Exam Day Instructions

  • Candidates should not forget to carry at least two copies of admit cards, two passport size photographs, and a valid identity proof on the day of the exam. Else, they will not be allowed to sit for the examination.

  • Candidates should reach at least thirty minutes before the exam is about to commence. 

  • It should be seriously noted that candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall after the exam begins. The timings of the test will be mentioned in the admit card; the exam will begin exactly at the time mentioned. 

  • The university will conduct the verification processes first following which the candidates will be allowed to sit for the examination. There will be no extra time provided for the verification related formalities. 

  • Candidates will receive separate question and answer booklets. Once candidates receive the booklets, they should check if the booklets contain the same number of pages as mentioned on the first page of the booklet. If a candidate finds some pages to be missing, he/she should immediately get in touch with the invigilator regarding this. 

  • Candidates should be carry a black ball point pen with themselves on the day of examination. They should use only black ball point pen to mark their answers and their details on the OMR sheet. 

  • Candidates should darken the ovals against the correct answers completely. The scanner will not read faintly or partially marked ovals. Ovals which are not marked properly can result in negative marking as well.

  • Candidates should refrain from marking multiple ovals for a single question. If they do so, they will be subjected to negative marking. 

  • While filling the details on the OMR sheet, candidates should not leave any field blank. Also, they should fill in the correct details on the sheet. Incorrect or unfilled details will lead to cancellation of the candidate’s answer paper and he/she will not be evaluated any further. 

  • There will be a rough space provided on the OMR answer sheet. Candidates should use this space for rough work, as they are strictly prohibited from doing rough work on the OMR sheet.

  • Candidates will not be allowed to take out any page from the test booklet. 

  • Candidates should contact the invigilator in case of any confusion. 

IPU CET Law 2019 Exam Pattern - FAQs

Q. What is the maximum marks of the question paper? 

A. As per the exam pattern of IPU CET law 2019, the question paper will be of 600 marks.

Q. What will be the duration of the test? 

A. According to IPU CET law exam pattern 2019, the test will be for 2.5 hours. 

Q. What will be the type of questions asked in the question paper? 

A. As per the IPU CET law 2019 exam pattern, the question paper will consist of multiple choice based questions. 

Q. Is there any negative marking in the examination? 

A. Yes. There will be negative marking in the examination. According to the exam pattern of IPU CET law 2019, each correct answer will fetch the candidate four marks, while each incorrect answer will lead to a deduction of one mark. 

Q. What will be the linguistic medium of the exams?

A. As per IPU CET law exam pattern 2019, both BA/BBA LLB and LLM exams will be conducted in the English language. 

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