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MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2024 - Seat Allotment Policy, Social, Economical Reservation Criteria

MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2024 - Seat Allotment Policy, Social, Economical Reservation Criteria

Edited By Marar Sumeet Sudarshan | Updated on Jun 15, 2024 05:00 PM IST | #MHCET Law

MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2024: The CET Cell Maharashtra state notifies the MH CET law 2024 reservation policy in its admission information brochure. The information brochure mentions the MH CET reservation criteria 2024 for each category in detail. It includes the percent of seats reserved and seat allotment to different groups such as general, minority groups, state candidates, SC and ST as per reservation in MH CET Law 2024. The document also mentions the MH CET law reservation for other state students. The MH CET law seat allotment will be done as per the MH CET law 2024 reservation policy.
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MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2024 - Seat Allotment Policy, Social, Economical Reservation Criteria
MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2024 - Seat Allotment Policy, Social, Economical Reservation Criteria

It is to be noted that the MH CET Law 2024 is conducted to admit students into 3 year LLB and 5 year LLB courses of participating institutes in MH CET Law. The reservation policy for admission in Maharashtra law colleges through MH CET Law for both courses is almost the same. Read the full article to get all details regarding MH CET Law reservation policy 2024, MHT CET state quota, MHT CET reservation for other state students etc.

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MH CET Law 2024 Reservation Policy

The allocation of seats for the 5 year LLB and 3 year LLB under MH CET Law is done as per rules laid down under the MH CET law reservation policy 2024. The seat allotment is different for aided and self-financing colleges in 3 year LLB and 5 year LLB.

Reservation in Government and Aided Colleges (3 Year LLB and 5 Year LLB)

Given below is the reservation policy for admission in Maharashtra for Professional undergraduate degree courses in law into the government, aided professional educational institutions and aided undergraduate degree departments/courses in law in Non-Agricultural Universities

Sr noType of InstitutitionNo. of Seats -As Percentage of Sanctioned Intake




CAP Seats

MHT CET reservation for Maharashtra

(MS)

All

India

Seats

*Quota for NRI, OCI, PIO,

Foreign

Candidate

Minority

Quota

1

Government

Institution

85%

10%

5%

Nil

2

Government Aided Institution

85%

10%

5%

Nil

3

Government Aided Minority Institution

35%

10%

5%

50%

4

University

Department/Course (Government Aided)

85%

10%

5%

Nil

Reservation in Unaided Self-Financing Colleges (3 Year LLB and 5 Year LLB)

Given below is the reservation policy for admission in Maharashtra Professional Undergraduate Degree Course in Law into the Unaided (Vina-Anudanit) Professional Educational Institutions and Unaided/Self- Financed Undergraduate Degree Departments/Courses in Law into Non-Agricultural

Universities

Sl. noType of Institute
No. of Seats - As Percentage of Sanctioned Intake


.


CAP Seats

Institute Level Seats

Maharashtra State (M.S.) Candidates

All

India

Seats

Minority Quota

Institute Level Seats

(Including 5%

Quota for NRI, OCI, PIO,

Foreign

Candidate if

applicable)

1

Unaided* (Vina

Anudanit)

Institution

65%

15%

Nil

20%

2

Unaided (Vina

Anudanit) Minority Institution

100% of M.S. Seats $

15%

51% @

20%

3

University

Department/Course (Self-Financed/

Unaided)

65%

15%

Nil

20%

$ M.S. Seats = CAP Seats – ( All India Seats + Minority Quota Seats )

@ These are the Minimum percentage of seats to be filled in the Minority Institution through CAP, this may be extended up to 100%.

MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2024 - Reservation for Backward Socio-Economic Groups

The reservation for backward category candidates from different socio-economic groups will be applicable to candidates from Maharashtra State only. There are no MH CET law seats for outside Maharashtra candidates under this category. Such candidates must ensure they fulfil the eligibility criteria of MH CET Law and also claim admission only to that category which they have mentioned in the application form.

MH CET Law Reservation Criteria 2024 - Backward Socio-Economic Groups

Sl. No.CategoryPercentage of Seats Reserved

1

Scheduled Castes and Schedule Caste

converted to Buddhism (SC)

13%

2

Schedule Tribes (ST)

7%

3

Vimukta Jati (VJ)/ De Notified Tribes (DT)

(NT-A)

3%

4

Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B)

2.5%

5

Nomadic Tribes 2 (NT-C)

3.5%

6

Nomadic Tribes 3 (NT-D)

2%

7

Other Backward Classes (OBC)

19%


Total

50%


  • To Claim reservation under the above-mentioned category, the candidates must upload a caste certificate, caste/tribe validity certificate, and non-creamy layer certificate when filling out the online application form.

  • The candidates should also produce the caste certificate, caste/tribe validity certificate, and non-creamy layer certificate at the time of document verification

  • Candidates possessing a caste certificate for any of the above categories but who belong outside Maharashtra will be considered under the general category.

  • Earlier some of the castes under SBC were considered under OBC. Such SBC candidates will be eligible to claim reservations under the backward categories to which they belonged earlier.

  • In case of any vacant seats after completing the admission process, SBC candidates would be given priority to fill up the seats subject to a maximum of 2% of the total seat intake.

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MH CET Law 2024 Reservation Criteria for Children of Defence Personnel

The children of defence personnel will also be eligible for a reservation of 5% within the sanctioned quota of the law institute for Maharashtra State (MS) candidates. The reservation of seats under this category will be applicable to the following -

  • Children of Ex-service personnel who are Domiciled in Maharashtra State (DEF-1).

  • Children of Active Service Personnel who are Domiciled in Maharashtra State (DEF-2).

  • Children of the Active Service Personnel (DEF-3) who are transferred to Maharashtra State but are not Domiciled in Maharashtra State.

  • Children of the Active Service Personne (DEF 3) who are not domiciled in Maharashtra State but their families are stationed in Maharashtra State under the provision of retention of family accommodation at the last duty station on the grounds of children’s education provided that such candidate should have appeared for SSC/HSC examination either from a school/ college in Maharashtra or outside Maharashtra.

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MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2024 - Other Important Points

Given below are a few other important points regarding reservation in MH CET law 2024 for certain other important categories -

  • 5% of the seats within the MS quota of the sanctioned intake of the institute will be reserved for candidates having a minimum of 40% disability. Candidates claiming reservations under this category must be domiciled in the state of Maharashtra. Such candidates are also required to upload at the time of application a certificate issued by the civil surgeon of the district hospital or Approved Medical Board / or All India Institute established by Central Government

  • 10% seats Over and above the Maharashtra State Quota of Institute / College shall be reserved for EWS candidates. Candidates claiming reservation under EWS category must upload an EWS certificate before the last date of admission confirmation.

  • 1% of the seats (excluding Minority institutions, All India Seats, if any) shall be reserved for Orphan Candidates as per the rules of the government resolution in respect of the Women and Child Welfare Department and other applicable government policies.

  • 30% of seats shall be reserved for female candidates. However, there will be no reservation for Female candidates under Defense, Persons with Disabilities and Orphan categories

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. How many seats are reserved for Maharashtra candidates in MH CET law in government and aided law institutes?

As per MH CET Law 2024 reservation policy, 85% of seats are reserved for MS candidates in government and aided law institutes.

2. How many seats are reserved for children of ex-service personnel?

5% of seats are reserved for children of ex-service personnel within the sanctioned MS quota.

3. How many seats are reserved for children of ex-service personnel?

Within the sanctioned intake of an institute of MS quota, 5% seats shall be reserved for the children of ex-service personnel.

4. Do candidates have to produce supporting documents for verification to claim reservation under various backward socio-economic categories?

Yes, candidates have to produce supporting documents for verification which include certificates such as caste certificate, caste/tribe validity certificate, and non-creamy layer certificate.

5. How many seats are reserved for females in MH CET Law 2024?

30% of seats shall be reserved for female candidates. However, there will be no reservation for Female candidates under Defense, Persons with Disability and Orphan categories. 

6. Is there any reservation in MHCET?

Yes, MH CET Law has different reservations for different categories.

7. Is there any other state quota for MHT CET 2023?

Yes, there is other state quota of 15% in MH CET Law.

8. What is the quota of MHT CET in Maharashtra?

Maharashtra state students get 65% reservation in MH CET Law admissions.

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Questions related to MHCET Law

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Greetings Aspirant,

55 percentile means 55- 65 marks. You can click  E-consulting link for further information and visit C.E.T official website and check out the pdf.

MH -C.E.T link (https://cetcell.mahacet.org/notices/)

percentile to marks document link (file:///C%3A/Users/ADITYA/Documents/Normalisation-Document_LLB-3-Yrs-CET-2024.pdf)

Thank you and all the best I hope you get your dream college .

Hello,

It's great that you're starting to prepare for the MH CET Law exam in 11th grade. Make sure to not take stress and be calm throughout the preparation.

First, make sure you understand the exam pattern, syllabus, and marking scheme. This will give you a clear idea of what to expect. Next, create a study schedule that works for you. Break down your study sessions into smaller ones and give time for each subject. This will help you manage your time effectively. You should also gather study material like textbooks, reference books, and previous years' question papers. They'll be super helpful in your preparation. Also focus on each subject tested in the exam, such as Legal Aptitude, General Knowledge, English, Logical Reasoning, and Mathematics.

Taking mock tests is a great idea. They'll help you in understanding your progress and getting familiar with the exam format.

Hope this helps you,

Thank you

Hello Aspirant,

Those who wish to pursue careers in law should apply to Indian LLB 2024 programmes. There are primarily two LLB programmes: the three-year and the five-year degrees. Since CLAT and AILET are now in the midst of their counselling processes, LLB admission for 2024 is currently open. The LLB application forms will be made available by prestigious colleges in India, and students will be shortlisted based on their performance in university or national admission exams.

And the CLAT exam for 2024 is completed. Even if you have other private top institutions to enter into by clearing their own entrance exams.



Admission to LLB programmes is available through private institutions,  public university departments and colleges, and national law universities. However, applicants must fulfil the minimal requirements for admission to these schools or universities. Regarding the age limit and minimum passing score needed to pass the qualifying exam, different universities could have different requirements.

Refer the below link for more details:

https://law.careers360.com/articles/llb-admission-in-india

Thank you

Hello,

The application forms for the 5-year and 3-year courses have different last dates to apply. The last date for the 5-year course is February 18, 2024, while for the 3-year course, it is january 31, 2024. The admit cards will be released around one week before the exam for both courses. And mark your calendar, the MH CET Law 2024 exam is scheduled for May 3, 2024.

Hope this helps you,

Thank you

Hello,

First off you need to know if the question papers you are looking for are available in marathi or not. If they are, you can download them directly. But if they are not you can look for some translating apps or websites that will translate the paper in marathi for you or you could also check if there are some third party websites that provide the papers you are looking for in different languages. ALL THE BEST!

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