MNLU Mumbai Cutoff 2020 - Concerned authorities will release the round-wise cutoff of MNLU Mumbai 2020 at the time of counselling. The MNLU Mumbai cutoff 2020 will be released for both 5-year integrated BA LLB and one-year LLM programs, and will category-specific. Only such candidates who meet the cutoff in their category and in the chosen discipline will be considered for admission. Note that all candidates are eligible for inclusion in general category, provided they meet the cutoff. CLAT applicants who score below the cutoff rank will not be considered for admission to MNLU Mumbai. Some of the parameters for determining the MNLU Mumbai cutoff include total number of candidates appearing in CLAT 2020, seat intake for applied course, etc. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of MNLU Mumbai cut off 2020.
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CLAT 2020 will be a pen-and-paper based exam that will be conducted on May 10, 2020. The test is conducted for admission to UG and PG law courses offered by these institutes. For the new session, a few key changes have been incorporated to the CLAT exam pattern 2020, including reduction in the number of MCQs to 150; previously 200 questions were asked.
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The exam conducting authority will release the CLAT 2020 application form on January 1; last date of submission of completed application is March 31.
The total number of candidates appearing in CLAT 2020
Total number candidates applying to MNLU Mumbai for admission
Applicants performance in the exam
Sanctioned seats for the program applied for admission
The category under which admission is sought
Considering the above parameters are variables, the cutoff is usually different for every year. Further, the cutoff also may vary across programs and categories.
The MNLU Mumbai 2020 cutoff for general category will always be higher than the reserved categories. So, many candidates who miss out on the open category may get admission in their reserved categories, provided they meet the cutoff in their respective category in the chosen discipline.
The NLU Consortium will release the CLAT 2020 cutoff for all the participating institutes at the time of counselling.
Maharashtra State Category – [A]
All India Category – [B]
State reservation category
Maharashtra State – SC
Maharashtra State – ST
Maharashtra State - Denotified Jatis (A)
Maharashtra State - Nomadic Tribes (B)
Maharashtra State - Nomadic Tribes (C)
Maharashtra State - Nomadic Tribes (D)
Specially Backward Class
Maharashtra State – Other Backward Class
Educationally & Socially
State Denotified Jatis
State Nomadic Tribes
State Special Backward Classes
State Educationally and Socially Backward Category
State Special Backward Class
State Scheduled Caste
State notified Jatis A
State Scheduled Tribe
State Nomadic Tribes C
State Nomadic Tribes B
AI Other Backward Classes
AI Scheduled Caste
AI State Backward Classes
AI Scheduled Tribes
AI Nomadic Tribes C
AI Nomadic Tribes D
AI Nomadic Tribes B
AI Denotified Jatis A
The cutoff will be released at the time of counselling. There will be three rounds of counselling, and separate cutoffs will be released for each round.
A number of factors like seat intake, program applied for admission, and number of applications are considered to determine cutoff.
The total intake capacity for the BA LLM program is 100 seats, out of which 31 are All India seats. In LLM program, out of total 50 seats, 14 seats are for All India candidates.
Any candidate who doesn’t meet the cutoff rank is more or less out of the admission process.
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A minimum marks of 45% in the qualifying exam is to be scored by the candidate to be eligible to take the CLAT exam. The minimum marks required is 40 % for the reserved category and 45 for general category. The candidate must have passed senior secondary that is 12th exam to be eligible to take the paper.
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CLAT is a national level exam. It is conducted for admission to programs offered by the 22 participating NLUs. PU LLB is a entrance exam for admission to pujab University. The Entrance exam dates for both the exam are same i.e. 24th may
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The no.of questions asked will be reduced from 200 to 150 but the time duration will be the same
English: There will be no more direct vocabulary questions
GK: Static GK will be removed and only your knowledge on current affairs will be tested
Mathematics: Only DI based questions.
Logical Reasoning: More emphasis on critical reasoning questions
Legal Aptitude: No Legal GK questions but the reasoning questions will remain.
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