MH CET Law Exam Centres 2021 - State Wise Cities List Here
MH CET Law Exam Centres 2021 - Directorate of Higher Education (DHE) Maharashtra provides MH CET law 2021 exam centres across the country. However, the majority of test centres of MH CET law 2021 will be provided in the state of Maharashtra. Generally, candidates have to select any three exam centres while filling the MH CET law application form as per their choice. Exam centres once selected will not be subject to change after the MH CET law 2021 application form submission. Hence, candidates must select the exam centres of MH CET law 2021 carefully and it becomes important to be aware of the available test centres both inside and outside of Maharashtra. Read the complete article to know the complete list of MH CET law exam centres and other related details.
How to Select MH CET Law Exam Centres 2021?
Candidates may select the test centre of MH CET law at the time of registration. While filling the application form, candidates will be given an option to provide the test centre preference. A candidate can select any three exam centres of MH CET law 2021. It is advised to select the test centre in the order of preference in order to get the desired centre.
MH CET 2021 Law State Wise Cities
Jammu & Kashmir
Mumbai – Suburban Western
Mumbai – Suburban Central
Can I change my MH CET Law Exam Centre?
No, you cannot change the MH CET law exam centres once the application form is submitted. However, in case the conducting body opens a correction window (as it did last year), the candidates may be allowed to update their test centre preference.To change the exam centre in such cases, the candidates simply need to open their registered account and select the new exam centres by visiting the relevant section.
MH CET Law Exam Centres 2021 - Important Points to Remember
The test centre list of MH CET law given above is the list of cities where MH CET law 2021 will be held. The exam centres will be located in the cities mentioned above.
The MH CET law admit card informs about the allotted exam centre. Candidates will be communicated the complete address of the test centre along with the reporting time and date.
After the submission of application form, the exam centre preference will not be changed. However, in some very urgent cases, the option to update test centre choice can be given. For eg. COVID-19 pandemic.
Candidates must carry the MH CET law admit card and a valid ID at the test centre on the day and time notified for the test.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - MH CET Law Exam Centres 2021 - State Wise Cities List Here
Question: Will MH CET law 2021 also be conducted outside Maharashtra?
Yes, the MH CET law 2021 will be held across the country. The test centres will also be provided outside Maharashtra.
Question: I am from Delhi, can I appear in MH CET law 2021 without travelling to Maharashtra?
Yes, the State CET Cell provides the test centres in Delhi. So, you can appear in MH CET law at your nearest test centre.
Question: How many exam centres may I choose for MH CET law?
You can choose any three test centres for MH CET law. You should select the test centres in the order of preference.
Question: How will I get to know about the test centre allotted to me?
You will be informed about the allotted test centre through MH CET law admit card which will be released a few weeks before the exam.
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Questions related to MHCET Law
I opened the MH CET LAW portal but when i try to register it says its closed. Are registrations already closed for 2021?
No MH CET LAW 2021 registration has not yet started. The application form will tentatively release in the third week of April 2021 for 3 year LLB course and for 5 year LLB course the application from was supposed to release in the third week of January but it is not yet released. Keep an eye on the official website for the latest information. Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra will conduct MH CET law exam for admissions to 3-year LLB and 5-year LLB programmes offered by the law colleges in the state. Candidates may appear in the MH CET law exam by filling and submitting the application form which is released separately for 5-year LLB and 3-year LLB.
i am from Mumbai is CLAT and MAHCET LAW entrance both are compulsory for pursuing 3 yr llb course?
LLB, aslo known as Bachelor of Legislative Law, is an undergraduate law programme of 3 years duration that can be pursued after graduation. One can take admission to LLB law degree course after graduation. Admission to LLB courses can be done through two channels:
2) based on scores of qualifying exams.
The candidate can choose an entrance exam based on the college they want to get admission to; for example for admission to Delhi University , one has to qualify DU LLB 2020 entrance exam.
Direct admission based on qualifying exam marks is also a common admission route, with KSLU admission being a good example. In this case, there is no entrance exam, and the candidate is only expected to fulfil eligibility requirements like qualifying exam passed, minimum marks, and also nativity requirements. The merit list, in this case, is prepared considering marks of qualifying (graduate) exam.
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I have given MHCET LLB 3YRS and scored 74 marks but in CAP ROUND 1 no seat is alloted what am I suppose to do?
Hello student,T hat you have got 74 in MHTCET LLB 3year. In this marks you have not listed in cap round 1.
So you have to wait for the next term of counselling. Main bhi nahin hai apna selected then n yah to prepare for the next year aptitude test.
Hope this helps.
can i use maharashtra CLET 2020 books for mhcet law 2021
The State Common Entrance Test (CET) Maharashtra will conduct the law entrance exams for admissions to the five-year LLB and the three-year LLB courses.
Best books for studying law are:
- Pradnya's MH-CET: Law for L.L.B for 3 years & 5 years LLB exam by Adv. Revati Mohril, Gajanan Shewalkar (Nikita Publications)
- MHCET CLAT - Best book for Law entrance by C J Pooniwala
- CLAT Master Box by Karan Mehta and Harsh Gagrani
You can refer to the General Knowledge Year Book by Arihant, Quick General Awareness for Competitive Exams by Disha Experts, Lucent's General Knowledge, and Pratiyogita Darpan as well. A K Gupta, and Mathematics for CLAT and AILET by LAWGICIANS.
Hope this helps!!!!
What is the timing of MH CET 3 yearLLB exam?
MHT CET Law for three years LLB is 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
Syllabus: Vocabulary(Synonyms, Antonyms, Analogies etc), Proficiency regarding Idioms and Phrases, One Word Substitution, Sentence Improvement & Re-Arrangement, Fill in the blanks, Common Errors, Spotting Errors, Inappropriate Usage of Words, Spelling Errors, English Comprehension with two passages consisting of five to ten questions.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs consists of 40 questions for 40 Marks, it includes geography, history(ancient, medieval, modern), general science, economics, civics, current affairs from the past one year in order to test candidate's awareness of latest happenings.
Logical and Analytical Reasoning consists of 30 questions for 30 Marks, it includes wide analogies, arguments, analogy, sets of statements and rules etc.
Legal Aptitude consists of 30 questions for 30 Marks to test candidate's legal aptitude, knowledge regarding law, problem solving ability.
You can download sample papers of MHT CET LLB at https://law.careers360.com/articles/mh-cet-law-sample-papers