All India Law Entrance Test
Jyoti, I believe you meant AILET when you say Silver exam. Also since you have tagged both CLAT and AILET, I would be answering with those two exams in mind.
So the answer is no, CLAT and AILET are two different exams although both are conducted for admissions in the law institutes of India.
While CLAT is an all India level exam conducted by the 21 NLUs or National Law Universities for more than 2400 seats, AILET is conducted only by NLU Delhi for around 73 seats in BA LLB and 20 seats in LLM. Also, CLAT score is accepted by many other private colleges also. That said, AILET is considered to be tougher than CLAT since the competition is also higher due less number of seats.
The good thing though is that there is no negative marking in AILET whereas 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer in CLAT. You can solve previous years' papers of both CLAT and AILET to get an idea of the types of questions asked and which suits you better. On the basis of that, you can select which exam you want to go with.
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yes you can definitely apply for multiple exam for law entrance test if you meet the eligibility criteria , ailet is conducts by NLU delhi, candidate who are appearing in 12th exam or already pass can apply for ailet. you may follow the below link to know details,
however du llb entrance test for those who have already passed graduation course and want to pursue 3 years llb course from delhi university.
hope it would help.
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AILET (All India law entrance examination) application form may be released on first week of January 2020 and end on second week of April 2020.
For further details about AILET, kindly check below the mentioned link:-
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Suman, AILET 2020 will be conducted in only the English language in offline mode on 3rd May 2020. The exam will consist of 150 questions to be solved in 150 minutes. The questions would be of objective type and would range from subjects like English, General knowledge, Legal aptitude, Logical reasoning and Elementary mathematics.
For more information on the AILET exam, you can visit the following link:
AILET and CLAT both are the two most popular and important law entrance exams of the country. AILET stands for All India Law Entrance Test and CLAT stands for Common Law Admission Test. While both the tests serve the law aspirants, there are few factors that make them different from each other.
Being the most sought-after law exams across the country, it is natural for students to face the dilemma of choosing between two tests.
Here is the difference between them for your better understanding.
THE PARTICIPATING INSTITUTES
CLAT is way ahead from AILET when it comes to the institutes which accept the candidates based on the exam. CLAT has 19 national universities participating in the test while AILET is just for one institute, that is NLU or National Law University, Delhi.
CLAT is conducted on rotational basis by the participating institutes and as we have seen that AILET has only one participating institute, its the only one which conducts the exam. For instance, For the academic session 2018- 19, CLAT will be conducted by National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi.
LEVEL OF COMPETITION
CLAT offers 3000 seats in all National universities under it. So the success rate for the same is 6% as 50,000 students appear for this exam.
AILET has 110 seats under it and more than 18000 students appear for the test. So the success rate is around 0.006%.
So the competition in AILET is huge. So if you are appearing for both, there is more chance that you will get selected in CLAT rather than AILET.
The paper patterns and syllabus are mostly the same for both. Even the marking is the same.
Hope this helps. All the best!
Aap you said you are already a graduate, you can still apply for AILET in the post graduation program. The minimum aggregate in your qualifying examination for this is 55% for general category and 50% for reserved categories. There is no upper age limit. For more details and to check your eligibility, refer the following link -
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The National Law University, Delhi will conduct All India Law Entrance Test - 2020 (AILET - 2O2O)" for admission to Five Year B.A.LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M. and Ph.D Programme on Sunday, May 3, 2O2O from 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM at various test centres across the country. The admission notice will be issued in the first week of January 2020 and the Online Application Forms will be available on the University website http://nludelhi.ac.in from first week of January 2O2O.
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