AILET 2017 application form has begun from January 3 (4:00 pm) even as National Law University Delhi (NLU-D) will be accepting the filled-in application forms of All India Law Entrance Test till April 7, 2017. Candidates interested in appearing for AILET 2017 which is scheduled to be held on May 7, need to fill the application form after getting registered online for the NLU Delhi law entrance exam, pay the fees and submit it online before the scheduled last date.
AILET Application Forms can be filled by those seeking admissions into five-year integrated undergraduate law programmes as well as those interested in pursuing two-year postgraduate law programmes. Candidates are also advised to go through AILET eligibility criteria before filling in the application forms.
AILET Application Form: Instructions to fill the NLU Delhi entrance exam form
AILET 2017 application form can only be filled online.
Candidates will need to register first for AILET 2017 before filling the form.
Once candidates receive AILET user id and password, they can fill the application form of AILET 2017.
Candidates need to fill the AILET applications 2017 including uploading of photograph and signature.
They must ensure that the filled-in details of AILET 2017 application form are correct before proceeding to payment of application fees.
Candidates will need to pay the application fee of AILET 2017 in online mode using various payment options including Credit Card/ Debit Card/ Net Banking.
Once the application fee has been paid, candidates need to save a copy of filled-in application form of AILET 2017 for future correspondences however they need not to send the same to the AILET or NLU Delhi office.
AILET 2017 Application Form– Click here to register for NLU Delhi law entrance exam and apply online
AILET 2017 Application Fees
AILET Application Fees (in INR)
BPL of SC/ST category
No application fees
All India Law Entrance Test, also known as AILET is the law entrance test organised by NLU Delhi for admissions to as many as 80 undergraduate law programmes and 40 postgraduate law programmes. This year, the exam is being conducted on May 7 where the law aspirants will have to answer as many as 150 questions carrying one mark each in a time limit of 150 minutes.
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