AILET 2014 Results to be declared on May 24 – National Law University, Delhi is all set to declare All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2014 Results on May 24, 2014. You can check AILET 2014 Resultson this page on May 24, through the link below. Click below to predict your AILET 2014 Rank before AILET 2014 Results are out!
All India Law Entrance Test was conducted by NLU, Delhi on May 4 across the country. A total of 14121 candidates had registered for AILET 2014. The law entrance was consuted for admissions to the five year integrated BA LLB programmes in the NLU, Delhi. NLU Delhi offers 80 seats for BA LLB programme of which 10 seats are to be filled by the foreign applicants on direct basis and remaining 70 seats to be filled through AILET 2014.
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AILET 2014 Result will be followed by AILET 2014 Merit List. NLU Delhi shall be issuing letters to the candidates who will be in AILET 2014 Merit List. You can check below for the dates of AILET 2014 Result and other events.
There will be no AILET 2014 Result and Merit List for foreign applicants as they did not take AILET 2014. However, a separate list will be issued for the foreign applicants for spot counselling on June 2, 2014 and those who shall have their names in the issued list need to appear at the spot counselling and admission on June 10, 2014.Click here to know AILET 2014 Result
AILET 2014 Result
May 24, 2014
Issue of letters to the candidates in first list
Last date of deposit of fee for candidates in the first list
June 12, 2014
Publication of list of candidates for spot counselling
June 13, 2014
June 28, 2014
August 3, 2014
August 4, 2014
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CLAT is a National level Common law Entrance test to pursue law Course. The Basic eligibility criteria is one must have passed 10+2 from a recognised Board of University with minimum 50% of marks. All the final year Intermediate students are also eligible to write CLAT exam.
All the 5 year courses of LLB are at par and there is tremendous scope to expand in one's career be it in litigation or in law firms or as in house counsels the salary varies. It totally depends on the practice and clients of the lawyer the amount of money they earn, good law firms pay 50-60K to freshers. it depends on which field you chose to practice be it in law firm or you decide to start your own practice
Hello there. Hope you are doing good. You have not mentioned the specific field which you are looking for. Admission forms differs for various fields. Instead of me giving details of every admission form out there. I suggest you to let me know the fields where you want to apply to. I hope you found this answer helpful. Good luck.
Hello dear aspirant.
As of now you will be facing a great problem at the time of admission because they can't allow a failed candidate. Yes in eligibility criteria you will find that only +2 passed is required. But it will be not sufficient when you go for admission.
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