The All India Law Entrance Test 2017 for National Law University Delhi (NLU-D) has been conducted on May 7. As many as 17, 054 candidates are expected to have appeared for AILET 2017. The test has been conducted in paper pencil mode from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. The test takers for AILET 2017 started reporting at their allotted test centres 40-50 minutes earlier than the scheduled time. Careers360 reports from exam centres of AILET 2017. Check below to know real time updates on this page.In an interview with Careers360, AILET Covenor Dr. G.S Bajpai shared that a total of 18,322 applications were received out of which 17,054 applicants are for BA LLB programme and 1095 and 173 for LLM and Ph.D in Law programme respectively. The application numbers of AILET 2017 shows a rise, as last year the applications received for BA LLB programme were 16,777.
AILET 2017 carried a total of 150 objective type questions with multiple options to be attempted by candidates in duration of 90 minutes. As per marking scheme of AILET 2017, each question is allotted one mark and there is no negative marking scheme for wrong attempts.
The candidates were allotted exam centre for AILET 2017 as per their choices marked in application form. The test was to be conducted in 19 cities including Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Cuttack, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jammu, Jodhpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Patna, Raipur and Varanasi.
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4:30 pm – AILET 2017 concludes, as test takers come out of the exam centre.
3:00 pm– AILET 2017 begins in various centres across 19 test cities.
2:55 pm – No more candidates allowed in the test centre as entry gate is closed.
2:45 pm – Call for candidates as test centre gates are about to close.
2:30 pm– Entry begins and candidates carrying mobile phones, books and bags were asked to deposit their belongings before entering their exam halls. The officials queue up the candidates and verify their admit card and Ids.
2:20 pm– The officials announce exam hall instructions for test takers such as for admit card, identity proofs, electronic devices, study material,
2:15 pm– Candidates check their hall number and seat and note down on their admit card.
2:15 pm – The exam centre official put instructions and seating arrangement details on the board.
1:50 pm– Many candidates started reporting at the allotted test centre of AILET 2017
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