AILET PG Exam 2023 - Counselling (Started), Admission List (Out), Result, Cutoff, Exam Analysis
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- 06 Jan 2023:
AILET merit list released for BA LLB and LLM programmes, to download admission lists - Click here
- 19 Dec 2022:
AILET 2023 Result for BA LLB, LLM, Ph.D programme declared - Check here
- 12 Dec 2022:
AILET 2023 exam concludes; Check analysis, previous year cut-offs, answer key
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About AILET PG 2023
AILET LLM 2023 - The National Law University (NLU), Delhi has released the second provisional merit list for AILET LLM 2023 on January 30, 2023. Candidates can complete the admission process by February 3, 2023. Earlier, the university released the first provisional merit list for LLM programme on January 06, 2023. The candidates appearing in merit list will have to pay a sum of Rs. 50,000.00 as provisional admission confirmation fee on or before January 11, 2023. The university started the AILET counselling 2023 on December 20, 2022. The university declared the AILET result 2023 and released the final answer key on its official examination portal - nationallawuniversitydelhi.in. All the important dates related to AILET LLM 2023 such as answer keys, result, and AILET exam dates are available on the official website of the university.
Last year NLU Delhi has introduced some changes in the exam pattern of AILET LLM which are mentioned below:
AILET LLM 2023 has two sections - Section A and Section B.
Section A consist of 100 MCQ-type questions, while section B has subjective-type questions.
Section A of AILET LLM consists of two parts:
Part 1: English language (50 questions; 50 marks)
Part 2: Legal reasoning (50 questions; 50 marks)
Section B has 10 questions from various law subjects. Candidates will have to answer any 2 questions, each carrying 25 marks. Further, section B is evaluated only if the candidate has qualified in section A.
AILET LLM questions are asked from the following topics.
Law of Contract,
Law of Tort
Each objective type question carries 1 mark; there is a penalty of 0.25 marks for an incorrect answer. The duration of the test is 90 minutes.
Seats intake for LLM program
The LLM program has an intake capacity of 71 seats that will be filled based on AILET 2022 scores. Further, there are 10 additional seats for foreign nationals.
AILET PG 2023 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||All India Law Entrance Test for LLM|
|Short Exam Name||AILET PG|
|Conducting Body||National Law University Delhi|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Exam Level||National Level Exam|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Application Fee (General)||3500 Rs [Online]|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Mode of Counselling||Offline|
|Exam Duration||1 Hour 30 Minutes|
|Number of Seats||71 Seats|
AILET PG 2023 Important Dates
Past Dates and Events
30 Jan, 2023 - 03 Feb, 2023
Counselling - Deposit of provisional admission fee by candidates selected under second LLM admission list | Mode: Online
30 Jan, 2023
Counselling - Declaration of second provisional merit list - Start Date | Mode: Online
06 Jan, 2023 - 11 Jan, 2023
Counselling - Deposit of provisional admission confirmation fee by the provisionally selected candidates of first LLM merit list | Mode: Online
06 Jan, 2023
Counselling - Declaration of first provisional merit list | Mode: Online
20 Dec, 2022 - 26 Dec, 2022
Counselling - Registration for online counselling | Mode: Online
19 Dec, 2022
Result - Result | Mode: Online
19 Dec, 2022
Answer Key - Final answer key | Mode: Online
12 Dec, 2022 - 14 Dec, 2022
Answer Key - Objection raising window to provisional answer key | Mode: Online
12 Dec, 2022
Answer Key - Provisional answer key | Mode: Online
11 Dec, 2022
Exam | Mode: Offline
25 Nov, 2022
Admit Card - Admit card | Mode: Online
07 Sep, 2022 - 20 Nov, 2022
Application - Application form | Mode: Online
Candidates desirous of admission to the LLM program at NLU Delhi must meet the prescribed AILET PG 2023 eligibility criteria. AILET PG eligibility criteria 2023 include important points such as qualifying exam passed, minimum marks in qualifying exam, and age limit. Refer to the following points given below for complete details.
AILET PG eligibility criteria 2023
Qualifying exam : The candidate needs to be an L.L.B graduate from a recognized university recognized by Bar Council of India
Marks in qualifying exam : The candidates must have scored minimum 55% marks in the qualifying degree exam
Relaxation : Reserved category candidates belonging to SC/ST/PwD category are eligible for 5 percent relaxation in minimum marks
Those appearing in qualifying exam : Such candidates who are appearing in final year L.L.B examination may also apply
Age : No age bar is prescribed for admission to LLM program
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card | Other
National Law University, Delhi has released the AILET PG 2023 application form on September 7, 2022 in online mode. Eligible candidates can fill out and submit the application form till November 20,2022. The applicant must take note to use only genuine and verifiable information for filling the application form as otherwise the candidature of the candidate may be cancelled at any stage of the admission process.
The following items are required for the registration process
A valid email-id
An active mobile number
Scanned photograph and signature in the prescribed specification
Steps to fill AILET application form 2023
To start the application process, the applicant had to first get registered by entering details like email id, mobile number, and date of birth.
The candidate had to select and confirm a password for the new candidate account.
Next the candidate has to select the program of study from the drop-down menu and lock the application.
Fill in the application, including personal and academic details
- Upload signature and photograph
- Pay the application fee
- Submit the form
|SC, ST||Online||Female, Male||₹ 1500|
|OBC, General||PWD||Online||Female, Male||₹ 1500|
|OBC, General||Online||Female, Male||₹ 3500|
The AILET 2023 for LL.M programme will have two sections. Section A will have 100 multiple choice questions and a candidate has to answer two descriptive questions from Section B. The examination will be for 90 minutes. Section A will consist of two parts. Part one will have 50 questions from English language and part two will have 50 questions Legal reasoning Section B will have eight to ten questions from different branches of law. The candidates will have to answer any two (2) descriptive questions of 25 marks each.
The applicant by consulting the exam pattern of AILET PG 2023 understands how to prepare for the exam. For example, the AILET PG exam pattern tells the test has an objective type, including 150 questions and was of 90 minutes. So, the candidates need to focus on accuracy and speed.
AILET PG exam pattern 2023
- Mode of exam : Offline
- Test Duration : 1.5 hours
- Language : English
- Question type : Objective and subjective type
- Total number of questions : 100 objective type question and 2 subjective type questions
- Number of Questions : 102
- Marking Scheme : 1 mark for a correct answer, while 0.25 marks are deducted for incorrect attempt. Each subjective type question will carry 25 marks
NLU Delhi has released the AILET 2023 admit card on November 25, 2022. The admit card has been released for candidates who have successfully completed the application process. The admit card will be available for download on the official website by entering log-in credentials.
Details mentioned on AILET PG admit card 2023
Name and date of birth of the candidate
Photograph and signature
Subject for which the exam is conducted
Name and address of exam centre
Note that on exam day, along with AILET LLM 2023 admit card, candidates need to carry with them a valid photo ID proof.
AILET PG 2023 Exam Centers
|Jammu and Kashmir||Jammu|
Documents Required at Exam
- AILET PG admit card
- Valid photo identity proof
The cutoff of AILET PG 2023 would be category-specific and indicate the last ranks for which candidates are given admission to the LLM course in their respective categories. AILET 2023 cutoff will be determined based on various parameters like number of applications applying for admission, seat intake, performance of applicants in the exam, and also the category to which the applicant belongs.
Applicants are advised to go through previous years' cutoff data to get an idea of how much they need to score in their respective categories to get admission.
AILET cutoff 2020 - LLM
OBC-Non Creamy Layer
Persons with Disability (OBC)
Persons with Disability (General)
AILET cutoff 2019 - LLM
Persons with Disability
Mode of Counselling: Offline
The university has released the second provisional merit list on January 30, 2023. Candidates included in the list can confirm their admission by February 3, 2023.The AILET first provisional admission list for LLM was released on January 6, 2023. The AILET counselling 2023 registration commenced on December 20, 2022. Candidates could register for the counselling in online mode,
AILET LLM counselling 2023 - Steps
Step 1: Check AILET invite list 2023 - The university will release the list of shortlisted candidates for AILET 2023 counselling after the declaration of results. Candidates three times more than the available seats will be invited for AILET counselling 2023. Only those candidates who will receive the invitation will be eligible to appear in the counselling.
Step 2: AILET 2023 counselling registration - Invited candidates will have to login to the admission portal using their registration number or application number as well as date of birth. They will also have to pay the counselling fee and upload the necessary documents and print the acknowledgement slip for future reference.
Step 3: Provisional admission list for AILET 2023 - The university will release the course-wise first provisional admission list after the verification of the documents submitted by the eligible candidates along with the waiting list.
Step 4: Admission fee payment - The candidates who are shortlisted will have to pay the counselling fees and the pay the remaining admission fees within the deadline.
AILET counselling fees 2023
Candidates appearing in AILET 2023 counselling will have to submit counselling fees as per the list given below online by using Credit/ Debit Card, Net-banking, UPI, RTGS/NEFT options.
General candidates Rs. 30,000
SC/ST And OBC Rs.20,000
Documents required for AILET counselling 2023
AILET 2023 counselling letter received from the official source
A copy of AILET LLM admit card 2023
Self-attested copy of Class 10 and Class 12 mark sheets and certificates
Graduation mark sheets and certificates
Character certificate of the candidate issued by the last attended school or college
Category certificate (if applicable)
AILET PG 2023 Counselling Centers
Documents Required at Counselling
- Self attested copy of marks statement of 10th and 12th board examinations
- AILET PG score card or admission letter being issued by NLU Delhi
- Self attested copy of character certificate issued by last school attended
- Self attested copy of qualifying degree certificate (L.L.B)
- Self attested copy of transfer certificate
- Demand draft of Rs. 50,000 drawn in favour of ‘The Registrar, National Law University Delhi’, payable at New Delhi.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question:How many seats are available in LLM course offered by NLU Delhi through AILET?
There are a total of 70 seats that will be offered by NLIU Delhi through LLM.
Question:What is the annual fees of LLM course offered by NLU Delhi?
As per NLU Delhi fee structure, the annual fee for LLM course is around Rs 1.85 Lakh
Question:What educational qualification is required for appearing in AILET 2022 for LLM?
As per the eligibility criteria of AILET for LLM, the candidate should be a graduate in law with a minimum of 55% aggregate marks.
Questions related to AILET PG
Can you please confirm the status of total seats for LLM this year? News reports say that seats have increased to 120, NCR reservation stayed, OBC reservation removed. NLU official website doesnt mentions reservation for OBC & EWS. Kindly confirm. Thanks
Total no. of seats offered for admission in 2020 is 2175. For UG programmes are 1308. The number of seats available for the special category is 325. The total number of seats offered to the candidates of the state where the NLUs are located is 621.
Each colleges of NLUs have different no. of reservation. You can go to the below site given for checking out the no. :
is syllabus for ailet pg and lsat pg is different for doing llm????
AILET consists of 150 questions; each question carrying one mark and negative marking of 0.25 is applicable for every wrong answer. AILET contains the following sections- English, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, Reasoning and Elementary Mathematics. There is a time limit of 90 minutes. The syllabus of each section is given below:
1.English- Comprehension passages, Synonyms and Antonyms, Choosing correct words, Idioms and phrases, Jumbled words and sentences, Fill-in the blanks
2.General Knowledge- History, Geography, General Science, Economics, Political Slience and Current Affairs
4.Elementary Mathematics- Profit and Loss, Speed and Distance, Time and Work, Algebra, Average, Permutation and Combination and Venn Diagrams
5.Legal Aptitude- Study of law, Research aptitude and Problem solving skills
6.Reasoning- Logical and Analytical reasoning skills
Syllabus for ISAT:
1.Units and Measurements
2.Motion in a straight line
3.Motion in a plane
4.Laws of motion
5.work, Power and Energy
6.System of particles and rotational motion
1.Electrostatic Potential and capacitance
2.Electric charges and Fields
5.Moving charges and Magnetism
7.Magnetism and Matter
8.Optics and Waves
9.Ray Optics and Optical Instruments
Properties of Matter, Thermodynamics
2.Thermal properties of matter
3.Mechanical properties of solids
Syllabus for Chemistry
2.Basic Concepts of Chemistry
2.Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
3.d and f Block Elements
4.S-Block Elements (Group 1 and Group 2 elements
8.General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
21.States of Matter
3.Haloalkanes and haloarenes
4.Aldehydes, Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen, Ketones and Carboxylic cids
5.Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
Syllabus - Mathematics
1.Binomial Theorem and Its Simple Applications
2.Sets, Relations and Functions
4.Permutations and Combinations
5.Sequences and Series
7.Matrices and Determinants
8.Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations
9.Limit, Continuity and Differentiability
14.Statistics and Probability
due to covid situation what is the date of exam
It's true that due to covid pandemic many entrance exams that were schedule to take place this month got postponed, but the conducting body of AILET which is National Law University, Delhi hasn't put out any official notification regarding date change so far, so we cannot assume anything regarding this, the exact details will be specified by the officials only, you can stay updated at https://nludelhi.ac.in/home.aspx regarding this, and continue your preparation as well.
can I get ailet pg entrance syllabus by weightage
AILET PG Entrance exam syllabus-
The exam consists of objective type questions (150 questions)of 150marks with a duration of 90min.
Law of torts-50que-50marks
Constitutional law, law of contract, criminal law, international law, property law, family law, intellectual property law-50que-50marks
For more details refer the following link
Hope this helps you
syllabus for ailet clat,????????
The AILET Syllabus for BA LLB program is given below:
1. English :
Fill in the blanks
Idioms and Phrases
Jumble words and Sentences
Choosing the correct words
2. Elementary Mathematics:
Profit and Loss
Time and Work
Average, Speed and Distance
Permutation-Combination and Venn diagrams
3. General Knowledge :
4. Reasoning :
- Logical and Analytical Reasoning Skills
5. Legal Aptitude :
Study of law
Problem solving ability
The AILET Syllabus for LLM exam is given below:
- Law of Torts
- Criminal Law
- International Law
- Property Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- Law of Contracts
- Criminal Law
The syllabus of CLAT PG examination is given below:
1. Constitutional Law
2. Law of Torts
3. International Law
5. Intellectual Property Law
6. Law of Contracts
7. Criminal Law