MH CET Law Counselling 2021 (Round 2) - Seat Allotment List (Out), Final Merit List, Result
MH CET law counselling 2021 for 3-year LLB - The State CET Cell, Maharashtra has released the merit list (Institute-level round) on February 14, 2022. The shortlisted candidates should seek admission at their allotted colleges in between February 15, 2022 to February 18, 2022. Earlier, the seat allotment list for MH CET Law 2021 3-year LLB had been released on January 31, 2022. Candidates can download the alphabetical lists, final merit lists, and counselling data from the download links given below in this article.
MH CET Law Counselling 2021 for 5-year LLB - The State CET Cell, Maharashtra has published extended institute level admission round merit list on February 10, 2022. The shortlisted candidates will have to seek admission at their allotted colleges. Earlier, the State Cell, had published MH CET law institute level merit list for 5-year LLB on February 03, 2022. State CET Cell, Maharashtra is currently conducting the institutional round of counselling. The round 2 MH CET law seat allocation list was released on January 18, 2022. Under institutional round of counselling is conducted at the end of the admission process to fill the vacant seats.
LATEST: MH CET law 2021 seat allotment released for 3-year LLB, check below in the table!
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MH CET law 2021 counselling - Final merit lists, seat allotment lists
|Particular||Download links for 5-year LLB|
Download links for 3-year LLB
|Seat allocation list for FIRST and SECOND round||Click here (Login link)|
Click here (Institute wise allotment)
Click here (Institute-wise allotment)
Click here (Individual allotment)
|MH CET law cut-offs round 1||Click here||To be released|
|Merit list summary||N/A||Click here|
|Final Merit List - MS Candidates||Click here|
Revised merit list - Click here
|Final Merit List - OMS Candidates||Click here|
|Final Merit List - JK||Click here|
|Not Considered Candidates List For Final Merit List||Click here|
|MH CET law counselling portal link||Click here||Click here|
|Final Merit List Round 2 - MS Candidates||Click here||Click here|
|Final Merit List Round 2 - OMS Candidates||Click here||Click here |
|Final Merit List Round 2 - JK||Click here||Click here|
|Not Considered Candidates List for Final Merit List Round 2||Click here||Click here|
|Round 2 institute-wise seat allocation list||Click here||-|
|Round 2 individual seat allotment list||Click here||-|
MH CET law counselling lists - Alphabetical list (Round 2 available for 5-year LLB)
|Particular||5-year LLB||3-year LLB|
|Alphabetic Candidate List Round 2 -- Incomplete Summary||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List Round 2 -- Incomplete/Not Considered||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List Round 2 -- MH||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List Round 2 -- OMS||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List Round 2 -- JK||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List -- Summary Round 1||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List -- Incomplete Round||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List -- MH Round 1||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List -- OMS - Round 1||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List -- JK - Round 1||Click here||Click here|
|Alphabetic Candidate List -- NRI - Round 1||Click here||Click here|
The counselling is being conducted in multiple rounds. After each round, the CET cell releases the MH CET law admission/merit list containing the details of the shortlisted candidates. Such candidates should have to report at the allocated college and complete the admission formalities. Candidates can check the detailed schedule and counselling process below in this article.
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Candidates who have secured a non-zero CET score in MH CET law 2021 have the opportunity to register for MH CET law counselling which is also known as the Centralized Admission Process (CAP). Read the article for detailed information about MH CET law counselling 2021, schedule, process and more.
MH CET Law Centralized Admission Process - Activity Schedule
Display of Approved Information Brochures
November 17, 2021
November 17, 2021
Candidate Registration for MS/OMS and NRI/OCI/PIO/FNS and CIWGC Candidates along with Options to Colleges
November 17 to November 30, 2021
November 25 - December 10, 2021
|E-Scrutiny of uploaded documents and filled in Application forms by the Expert Committee||November 17 - December 04, 2021||November 25 - December 13, 2021|
E-scrutiny of uploaded documents and filled in Application forms by the Expert Committee for NRI/OCI/PIO/FNS and CIWGC Candidates
November 17 to December 10, 2021
November 25 to December 20, 2021
Display of Alphabetical Merit list
December 7, 2021
December 17, 2021, at 1 pm
Submission of Grievances online
December 08 to December 10, 2021
December 17 - December 20, 2021
Publication of final merit list. (For Round I)
December 14, 2021, at 5 pm
December 29, 2021, at 5 pm
First list of seat allotment
December 20, 2021 (9 PM)
December 31, 2021
|Re-declaration of first round seat allotment with correction||December 21, 2021|
|Institute wise cut off list for round 1||December 22, 2021|
Candidates report to colleges and Seek Admission for Round I
December 21 to December 24, 2021
January 01, 2022 to January 04, 2022
Law colleges upload admitted candidates' status online through their login.
December 27, 2021
January 05, 2022
|Display of filled in seats and Vacant Seats||December 28, 2021||January 07, 2022|
|I). Candidate registration for unregistered CET qualified candidates for Round II|
ii) Already filled in candidates edit the CAP application form if required
iii) Already registered candidates change the options.
December 29 to January 2, 2022
January 08 to January 13, 2022
E-scrutiny of the uploaded documents by the Scrutiny Team for Round II
December 30 to January 5, 2022
|Display of alphabetical merit list for round II||January 07, 2022||January 18, 2022|
Submission of Grievances
January 08 to January 11, 2022
January 19 to January 21, 2022
Final merit list for round-II
January 14, 2022
January 25, 2022
Allocation for second round
January 18, 2022
January 31, 2022
|Candidates report to law colleges and seek admission under round II||January 19 to January 24, 2022||February 1 to February 7, 2022|
Colleges upload the admitted candidates status online for all admitted candidates of round-II
January 25, 2022
February 07, 2022
Law Colleges Display Vacant Seats On-Line And College Notice Board
January 27, 2022
February 08, 2022
Institutional Level Round: Candidate fill their college option form online for institutional level round
January 28 to February 1, 2022
February 09 to February 11, 2022
Display of merit list by the institutes. (Institute Level Round)
February 3, 2022
February 14, 2022
|Candidates seek admission under institutional round|
February 4,- February 09, 2022
February 15 - February 18, 2022
Cut-off date for admission
February 11, 2022
February 22, 2022
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MH CET law counselling 2021 - Centralized Admission Process (CAP)
The centralized admission process of MH CET law counselling is conducted in the following steps.
Online registration for CAP
Candidates who secured a non-Zero score in MH CET law 2021 are be eligible for MH CET law CAP registration 2021. For registration, candidates have to log in using their CET cell ID and password. Candidates have to fill and submit the online CAP application and upload the requisite certificates, as applicable and upload the documents as per the instructions given by the CET Cell. Candidates should keep the following documents handy for participating in the MH CET law counselling process.
Marksheet of qualifying examination
MH CET law 2021 Admit Card
Scorecard of MH CET law 2021
Caste certificate (if admission is sought under reserved category)
PwD certificate (if applicable)
A complete list of documents is given below
Documents to be uploaded for MH CET law counselling
Maharashtra State Type-A Candidates
Domicile Certificate of the candidate from the State of Maharashtra.
Maharashtra State Type-B Candidates
Domicile certificate of father or mother of candidate indicating that he/she is domiciled in the State of Maharashtra.
Maharashtra State Type-C Candidate
Certificate from the employer stating that the father or mother of the candidate who is a central government undertaking employee is presently posted in/outside Maharashtra.
Refer to Pro forma-A in the official notification
Maharashtra State Type-D Candidate
Certificate from the employer stating that the father or mother of the candidate is Maharashtra state government or Maharashtra state government undertaking employee.
Undertaking along with documentary evidence from the retired employees stating the place of settlement.
Candidates should refer to Pro forma-B-1 and Proforma-B2 given by CET Cell on its notification.
Maharashtra State Type-E Candidates of Maharashtra-Karnataka disputed border area
Backward class candidates belonging to SC/ST category having
1) Caste certificate
2) Caste/Tribe validity certificate
Backward class candidates belonging to VJ/ DT/ NT(A)/ NT(B)/ NT(C) /NT(D)/ O.B.C/
S.B.C Caste Certificate
1) Caste certificate.
2) Caste/Tribe validity certificate.
3) Non-Creamy layer certificate valid up to March 31, 2022.
Section candidates (EWS) from the state of Maharashtra only
EWS Certificate issued by competent authority valid for the Current Academic Year.
Person with Disability (PWD) candidates
Jammu and Kashmir migrant candidates.
Certificate of posting in case of defence and Government servants in Proforma-J
2)Certificate of stay in refugee camp for those staying in camp in Proforma-K
3)Certificate stating that the candidate belongs to a displaced family in Proforma-L
Minority Candidates (For Maharashtra state candidates)
Certificate for orphan candidates
Orphan certificate issued by competent authority.
E-scrutiny of documents for verification
The expert committee of the CET Cell verifies the documents submitted by the candidates and update the verification status on the counselling portal. However, the final document verification is conducted at the admitting college.
MH CET law merit list (Provisional and Final)
The State CET Cell authorities publish the provisional merit list for MH CET law 2021. The merit list is prepared based on the marks obtained by the candidates in the entrance exam. For both 3-year LLB and 5-year LLB, an alphabetical list of MS (Maharashtra State) and OMS (Other State) candidates is uploaded on the counselling portal.
The candidates are given an opportunity to raise their objections against the merit list and submit their grievances. Following which a rescrutiny is conducted followed by the publication of final merit list.
First-round seat allotment and reporting at college
Based on the final merit list, the CET cell prepares a seat allotment list indicating the college allotments. The seat allotment is conducted based on merit cum preference. After seat allotment, candidates have to accept the seat by paying the seat acceptance fee at the Admission Reporting Centre.
Candidates have to report to law colleges in order to confirm their admission. The law colleges verify the candidate’s details upload the admission status of the candidates.
The following details would be mentioned on the MHCET law seat allocation list:
Name of the allotted candidate
Gender of the candidate
MH CET law 2021 counselling fees
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MH CET law counselling (CAP) - Second round
For the second round of counselling, the CET Cell publishes the status of vacant seats available for admission.
Candidates should note that -
Those who are allotted admission as per their first college preference will not be able to participate in the next round of MH CET law CAP 2021. Their allotment will be auto frozen.
Candidates who are allotted seats in colleges other than the first preference will have two option - First - accept the seat and complete the admission process by reporting at ARC and the allotted college. Second - participate in the next round of CAP for the betterment of allotment.
Candidates who have been allotted seats other than the first preference and have accepted the seats will by reporting at the ARC also be eligible for participating in the second round of MHCET law 2021 counselling.
Candidates who have not registered for CAP so far will be eligible for appearing in the second round of CAP.
The counselling process under CAP round 2 will be similar to round 1. Candidates will have to register for the CAP and upload their documents on the counselling portal. The authorities will verify the documents and release a provisional merit list based on marks obtained by the candidates in MH CET law 2021. This will be followed by the seat allotment process which is conducted again based on merit cum preference.
Candidates who could not secure admission in the second round or those not satisfied with their allotment will have the opportunity to participate in the subsequent rounds. The colleges may also conduct the spot round admission to fill the vacant seats left after the final round of counselling.
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MH CET law 2021 seats and reservation policy
The law colleges participating in MH CET law offer around 10,000 seats in 5-year LLB programmes and around 16,000 seats in 3-year LLB course. The reservation policy approved for MH CET law counselling is given below.
MH CET law reservation policy
Category of Reservation
Percentage of Seats Reserved
Scheduled Castes and Schedule Caste converted to Buddhism (SC)
Schedule Tribes (ST)
Vimukta Jati (VJ)/ De Notified Tribes (DT) (NT-A)
Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B)
Nomadic Tribes 2 (NT-C)
Nomadic Tribes 3 (NT-D)
Other Backward Classes (OBC)
Allocation of seats within sanction Intake - Type 1
Type of Institution
No. Of Seats- As % of sanctioned Intake
*Quota for NRI, OCI, PIO,
Government Aided Institution
Government Aided Minority Institution
Department/Course (Government Aided)
Allocation of seats within sanction Intake - Type 2
Type Of Institute
No. of Seats- as % of Sanctioned Intake
Institute Level Seats
Maharashtra State (M.S.) Candidates
Institute Level Seats
Quota for NRI, OCI, PIO,
Anudanit) Minority Institution
100% of M.S. Seats $
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MH CET law counselling seat allotment in previous years
Candidates may check the seat allotment in past years from the links given below.
MH CET law seat allotment for 5-year LLB (2019 & 2020)
MH CET law seat allotment for 3-year LLB (2019 & 2020)
MH CET law 3-year LLB seat allotment for NRI candidates (Second round) - Check here
MH CET law 5-year LLB seat allotment for NRI candidates (Second round) - Check here
MH CET law 3-year LLB final merit list for MS candidates Round 1 - Check here
MH CET law 3-year LLB final merit list for OMS candidates Round 1 - Check here
LLB 3-year 2020 - Final merit list for second round - Click here
MH CET law 5-year LLB first merit list at a glance - Check here
MH CET law 3-year LLB counselling after second merit list at a glance - Check here
Instructions for candidates who have been allotted college in first round - Check here
|Final merit list for MS Candidates||Click here|
|Final merit list for all India candidates||Click here|
|On hold list for MS candidates||Click here|
|On hold list for OMS candidates||Click here|
MH CET law 5-year LLB provisional list -
|Alphabetical merit list of MS candidates||Click here|
|Alphabetical merit list of OMS candidates||Click here|
|List of candidates whose application form is incomplete||Click here|
MH CET law 3-year LLB provisional list -
|Alphabetical merit list of MS candidates||Download here|
|Alphabetical merit list of OMS candidates||Download here|
|List of candidates whose application form is incomplete||Download here|
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - MH CET Law Counselling 2021 (Round 2) - Seat Allotment List (Out), Final Merit List, Result
Question: When will MH CET law counselling 2021 be conducted?
The MH CET law 2021 counselling commenced from November 17. The admission brochures were released on November 17.
Question: How can I participate in MH CET law 2021 counselling?
You can participate in MH CET law counselling by registering at the CET Cell counselling portal.
Question: What parameters will be considered for alloting seats?
Authorities will consider the MHCET law 2021 merit rank of the candidate and choices opted for making the allotment.
Question: Who can participate in MH CET law counselling 2021?
Any candidate who appeared in the MH CET law 2021 and have a non-zero score is eligible for participation in MH CET law counselling.
Question: What is the Centralized Admission Process (CAP)?
The Centralized Admission Process is the process of seat allotment. Through CAP candidates will be allotted seats in various law colleges of Maharashtra.
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Questions related to MHCET Law
what is recent date for 3 years LLB course for academic yera 2022-23
The state cell of Maharashtra which is conducting authority regarding MHT CET LAW exam has now extended the last date of application for three years LLB till 22nd June, and the exam for the same will be held on 3rd August,
MHT CET Law will be conducted for two hours in MCQs format, there is no negative marking scheme, the paper will be bilingual in Marathi and English, it consists of four sections as follows
- English consists of 50 questions for 50 Marks
- General Knowledge and Current Affairs consists of 40 questions for 40 Marks,
- Logical and Analytical Reasoning consists of 30 questions for 30 Marks,
- Legal Aptitude consists of 30 questions for 30 Marks
Check out our page at https://law.careers360.com/articles/mh-cet-law-application-form to know more details regarding this.
if i fill the form and am not able to give the exam what are the repercussions. this is in context to NH CET 3 year exam
You haven't clearly mentioned the exam you are enquiring here. From what you have specified we understood that you are enquiring regarding MH CET 3 year LLB Entrance Examination. If this is the exam you are enquiring here then if you don't appear for the entrance examination you will not be eligible to get admission in to a law school accepting MH CET 3 year LLB course. The fee paid towards the application will not be refunded to you if you want to claim. The application fee is non refundable. These are the consequences of not taking MH CET 3 year LLB exam.
what is NSDL? How to pay registration fees ?
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NSDL means National Securities Depository Limited. NSDL depository system provides a facility for allotment of securities directly into the depository account of the investors in the Demat form. As per SEBI guidelines, trades in shares issued through the public shall be settled only in Demat form. Investors should seek allotment in Demat form.
How to register and pay registration fees:-
Click option New user registration → SPEED-e.
Select options A) Clients → Password Users → REGISTER.
Fill up the details online.
Add CM BP ID(s) of your Clearing Member(s) (Stockbrokers) under Pre-notified Accounts.
One Time Password (OTP) will be sent on the mobile number and email ID registered in the Demat account.
Validate your registration request using the OTP received.
Upon successful validation of OTP, registration requests will be sent to the concerned DP and Clearing Member(s) for authorization.
DP will authorize the registration request electronically and inform you through email.
Clearing Member(s) will authorize the client’s request for the addition of a pre-notified account through the SPEED-e facility. In case, your Clearing Member has not subscribed to the SPEED-e facility, then you need to submit a consent letter in a prescribed format from CM to your DP.
You will be able to access the SPEED-e facility after authorization by your DP and may submit instructions after successful authorization of addition of pre-notified account by Clearing Member.
I hope this information helps you!
All the best!
How to fill in graduation details if our last sem result is not announced yet ??
You must indicate that you are still in your last year of study on the application form. Under the graduation-related alternatives in the academics area, there will be two options.
1. If you are a Bachelor's degree student in your final year, and 2. If you have completed your degree. You must choose the first option.
Hope this helps you.
All the best
i am passed 10th in 2006 and 12th in 2010... i am eligible for cet exam ?
There is no age limit to give MHT CET LAW exam so you will be eligible for the exam. The Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Maharashtra has released the application form of MH CET law 2022 for 3-year LLB programme on March 24, 2022. Keep an eye on the official website or the link below for the latest information. The last date to submit the application form is April 7 for 5-year LLB MH CET law 2022, and April 12, for 3-year LLB. The MH CET law 2022 application form for both 3-year LLB and 5-year LLB will be available on the official website of CET Cell cetcell.mahcet.org.