IPU CET Law Syllabus 2019 - The university will conduct admissions into the undergraduate law programmes on the basis of CLAT scores as IPU CET law has been scrapped off. Candidates seeking admissions into the university need to refer to CLAT syllabus which is available in online mode.
CLAT syllabus mentions the important topics on the basis of which candidates will be tested in the entrance test. Therefore, it becomes imperative for candidates to check the list of important topics so that they can start preparing for the test accordingly and fetch the highest possible marks.
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CLAT 2019 will be conducted on May 26, 2019 in offline mode from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
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Before going through the syllabus of IPU CET law 2019, it is important for candidates to go through the dates on which the exams are to be conducted. Having had a look into these dates, candidates can start off with their preparations accordingly.
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IPU CET Law 2019 - Important Dates
English Language and Comprehension
Legal aptitude [(a)General legal awareness, (b) Understanding and application of legal principles)
IPU CET Law 2019 Syllabus - LLM
General Knowledge (including English Language)
Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, Commercial Law & Family Law
Public International Law, Human Rights Law and Environment Law
Current Trends in Law
Now that candidates have had a look into the important topics which they need to prepare for the test, they can go through the exam pattern. Here’s a detailed insight into the question paper pattern like number of questions, maximum marks, duration, marking scheme, and so on.
IPU CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 - BBA/BA LLB
Number of questions
Types of Questions
600 (4 marks for each question)
IPU CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 - LLM
Each correct answer will fetch candidates four marks.
Each incorrect answer will lead to a deduction of one mark.
Firstly, candidates should familiarize themselves with the syllabus of IPU CET law 2019 and exam pattern.
After candidates have gone through the syllabus and exam pattern, they should collect sufficient relevant material and start studying them.
It is always better to start off with the preparations in advance. Candidates should start preparing at least a year before the exam.
Candidates should also practice IPU CET previous years’ question papers.
The key to cracking the entrance is regular, systematic and thorough study.
Candidates should be carrying with them at least two copies of the admit cards, valid identity proof and two passport size photographs on the day of the examination. Candidates failing to do so will not be allowed to sit for the examination.
Candidates should report to the examination hall thirty minutes before the exam is scheduled to begin. The exam will begin exactly on the date mentioned in the admit card. A candidate will not be allowed to enter the exam hall beyond this time.
Candidates should note that there will not be extra time provided for formailites related to verification of candidate’s identity.
The university will hand over separate answer and question booklets to the candidates. Upon the receipt of the booklets, candidates should check if the booklets contain the same number of pages as mentioned on the top of the booklet.
In case a candidate finds that a page is missing in the booklet, they should immediately inform the invigilator.
Candidates should use only black ball point to mark their answers in the OMR sheet. Therefore, they should be carrying a set of black ball point pens with them on the day of the exam.
It is important for candidates to darken the ovals completely. Partially or faintly marked ovals will not be read by the scanner and may result in negative marking.
If a candidate marks multiple ovals against a single question, he/she will be negatively marked. Each question requires only one oval to be marked.
No field in the OMR sheet should be left blank while filling the details. Incorrect or unfilled details will lead to cancellation of the candidate’s answer sheet and he/she will not be considered for evaluation.
Candidates are strictly prohibited from using the OMR sheet for rough work. For the purposes of rough work, a space will be provided on the OMR sheet. Candidates should be using only this space for rough work.
Candidates will not be allowed to take any page out of the booklets.
In case of any problem or confusion, candidates should get in touch with the invigilators.
Q. What is the maximum marks of the IPU CET law question paper?
A. The question paper will be of 600 marks as per the syllabus of IPU CET law 2019.
Q. What will be the duration of IPU CET law?
A. The test will be for 2.5 hours as per IPU CET law 2019 syllabus.
Q. What will be the type of questions to be asked in the IPU CET question paper?
A. The question paper will consist of multiple choice based questions as per IPU CET law syllabus 2019.
Q. Will there be any negative marking in the IPU CET law 2019?
A. Yes. There will be negative marking in the examination. As per the syllabus of IPU CET law 2019, 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 2019 syllabus, the entrance examination will be conducted in English for both BA/BBA LLB and LLM.
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Since CLAT examination is experiencing such confusing issues you would want to get the correct information through the concerned authorities. For this you might want to go to their official website -
Or email them at -
• [email protected]
You can also contact them at
• +91 9741521069, 9482567257 (Bengaluru)
• +91 8480718979 (Odisha)
You can contact them between 10:00 am - 05:00 pm on any working day
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IPU admit cards for BA/BBA LLB was said to be released by April last, but there is no such link on the official site as of yet. You can directly contact via email/call the college authorities regarding the same. Also, IPU CET for LLB wont be conducted this year. Students will be admitted on the basis of their CLAT score.
You will not have to fill the form of IPU CET the university has decided to admit students into its undergraduate law programmes on the basis of CLAT scores instead of IPU CET law 2019.Candidates will get access to the application forms online mode. After filling the form successfully, candidates will be issued admit cards. After the exam of CLAT, the results will be announced. The candidates with their name on the merit list will be then called for the counseling procedure.
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