AILET 2014, the second most sought law entrance exam after CLAT 2014 was conducted by National Law University, Delhi on May 4, 2014 across the country. According to NLU Delhi, 14121 candidates had registered for the AILET 2014. AILET, the All India Law Entrance Test being conducted for admissions in the five year integrated, B.A. LL.B programme in National law University, Delhi. As scheduled, AILET 2014 paper carried a total of 150 multiple choice questions from five different sections. Each of the section but Elementary Mathematics carried 35 marks. However Elementary Mathematics covered 10 marks. Each question carried 1 mark and there was negative marking for the wrong answers.
The AILET 2014 will shortlist candidates for admissions to B.A. LL.B programme in NLU Delhi as per the cutoff to be declared by the law university. According to the National law University Delhi, there are 80 seats for BA LLB programme out of which 10 seats are reserved for the foreign nationals on direct basis and 70 seats to be filled in through AILET 2014.
Have doubts and queries; call AILET 2014 Helpline @ 011-40360360
Harsh Gagrani, Director of LegalEdge Tutorials, said that “The overall paper was easy but lengthy and hence the cutoff could rise this year.”
According to some candidates who spoke to Careers360, the overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. Legal Reasoning section had tougher questions than the other.
Candidates can search for AILET 2014 Answer Key to match their response and calculate their score.
AILET 2014 Result will be published by NLU Delhi on May 24, 2014.
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Yes there are seat for Kashmiri Students and Migrants.
80 [70 Seats on merit through All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) and 10 Seats for direct admission to Foreign Nationals on merit
(5 seats for Foreign Nationals & 5 seats for OCI/PIO)]
. Foreign Nationals are exempted from AILET.
15% for SC candidates, 7.5% for ST candidates and 5% for Persons with Disabilities.
One additional supernumerary seat for Kashmiri Migrants. Two additional supernumerary seats for Residents of Jammu & Kashmir.
More Information you can check on National Law University,Delhi website
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All India Law Entrance Test will be conducted by NLU Delhi on May 3,2020. The application form of AILET 2020 will be opened online probably from the third week of January. The tentative date from which the online application form will be open to be filled by aspirants is around 20 January. Till then, stay connected to the official website to get knowledge about new updates regarding the exam. Also, you can check out other details about the exam including the eligibility criteria in the following link
The AILET 2020 application forms were supposed to be released in the first week of January, 2020. However that was a tentative date and the application forms have not been released as yet. So at this point in time, there is no link where you can fill in the application form. Please keep an eye on the official notification for release of AILET 2020 application forms.
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