MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2020 -
Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra will publish MH CET law 2020 eligibility criteria on its official brochure. The eligibility criteria of MH CET LAW 2020 will mention the educational qualification, age limit, reservation criteria, nationality and other requirements that a candidate will have to fulfil in order to appear in MH CET 2020 exam. The candidates are advised to read carefully MH CET law eligibility criteria before they apply for undergraduate law programmes. Moreover, the educational qualification will differ for different law UG programmes offered through MH CET exam 2020. Application forms of candidates who doesn’t meet the eligibility criteria of MH CET will be rejected/cancelled either at the time of application form submission or during the document verification process. To know more about MH CET law eligibility criteria 2020 in details read the complete article.
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MH CET Law 2020
exam dates released.
MH CET law application
to commence on January 20 (5-year LLB) and March 19 (3-year LLB)
To get admission to the law colleges of Maharashtra, it is very important for candidates to appear in
. Admissions through MH CET law exam will be given in 3-year LLB course and 5 - year integrated LLB course offered by the participating law colleges of Maharashtra.
Know your college admission chances based on your MH CET Law(5 Yr L.L.B) Rank
There will be some common eligibility criteria for both the law courses, while the educational qualification will vary according to the law course selected by the candidate. Read below the complete eligibility criteria.
3-year LLB programme -
The candidate should have passed graduation degree in any discipline from any recognized university/institution that is deemed to be a university in India. Candidates who have passed graduation from any foreign university that is equivalent to the status of India universities are also eligible to appear in MH CET Law exam.
Moreover, the candidates should have passed minimum educational qualification with 45 % aggregate marks. Candidates belonging to SC/ST of Maharashtra will need only 40 % aggregate marks in their graduation. Further, candidates belonging to VJNT, SBC and OBC Category will require a minimum of 42% aggregate marks in their graduation.
Candidates who are in the final year/semester of their graduation course are also eligible to appear in MH CET law exam 2020. Such candidates will have to produce the documents related to the qualifying exam (graduation) as and when asked during the admission process.
The applicants having qualifying degree without having the basic qualification (10+2+3 order) will not be eligible for MH CET Law 2020.
5-year LLB programme -
Candidate should have passed High School and the qualifying exam senior secondary with 45% aggregate marks. Candidates belonging to SC/ST will need only 40% marks while the candidates from VJNT, SBC and OBC Category will require a minimum of 42% marks in their qualifying exam.
Candidates who have completed a 3-year Diploma in Engineering may also apply for MH CET 2020. Having such a diploma will be considered as equivalent to senior secondary.
Candidates who have passed their qualifying exam from distance education or correspondence method will also be considered eligible for 5-year LLB course, provided that the candidate has completed the basic qualification, i.e class 10th.
MH CET Common eligibility criteria -
Apart from educational eligibility criteria, the information brochure has also mentioned the common eligibility criteria that is equally applicable to both LLB courses.
The applicant should be an Indian national.
Age criteria -
As per the policy of the Bar Council of India, there is no age limits to appear in MH CET
The conducting body has prescribed some criteria for applicants. Applicants failing to meet the above-mentioned eligibility criteria will become ineligible. Below are some conditions that may render a candidate ineligible for MH CET 2020.
If an applicant completes a qualifying exam without prior completion of basic qualification, the candidate will become ineligible.
Applicants not following the pattern of 10+2+3 are not eligible for MH CET 3-year LLB course.
Applicants not following 10+2 pattern for 5-year LLB programme will also become ineligible. In 5-year LLB class 10 is the basic qualification, while intermediate is minimum required qualification,
No candidate from open university having a degree contrary to the UGC regulations will be eligible for MH CET.
The application forms for MH LAW CET 2020 will be released separately for both 3-year LLB and 5-year LLB. While the application forms for 5-year LLB will be released tentatively from the fourth week of January 2020, the applications for 3-year LLB will be released around the second week of February 2020. Applicants will have to apply in online mode only. To fill the application form of MH CET Law, 2020 candidates will need to follow the steps like registration, filling up of personal details in the application form, uploading scanned documents, fees submission etc.
Yes, in this case, you can apply for a 5-year LLB course through MH CET 2020 law exam. The diploma qualification will be considered as equivalent to intermediate.
No, all candidates from states other than Maharashtra will apply under open category only.
There are many govt and private law colleges that accept MH CET Law score. The list of participating colleges will be made available at the time of admission, and a candidate will be allocated the college on the basis of his/her performance in MH CET exam 2020.
Yes. Candidates applying for 3-year LLB course will have to pass the educational qualification in the sequential order of 10+2+3. 12th standard will be the basic qualification for a 3-year LLB course and graduation will be the minimum required qualification for the programme.
You can view the syllabus for MHCET on our website.You can use the following link:
No there is no book provided by the university for entrance preparation purposes, although the market is flooded with books which can help you in cracking the entrance exam, but finding the right book is a herculean task, for this you will need to analyse previous year exam questions and go through sample papers, but i have attached a link for your help which will guide you through the syllabus for the exam, paper pattern and also the books which you should refer,
Also you can access sample papers for MH CET Law here,
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