AMU BA LLB 2017 entrance exam will be conducted on May 8 as Aligarh Muslim University has announced exam calendar of the five-year integrated law entrance. The AMU regulated BA LLB entrance exam will be conducted for admissions to as many as 220 undergraduate law seats offered at three centres of the university. The official notification regarding AMU BA LLB entrance exam dates was published on November 19, 2016.
The university notification shared that the BA LLB entrance exam will be conducted offline. “AMU BA LLB entrance exam will be held in offline mode for two hours on May 8, 2017 for admissions to five-year integrated law programmes,” read the university notification, adding further, “The exam will begin at 3:00 pm.”
AMU, Controller of examinations, Prof. Yusuf Uzzaman Khan had published the official notification on November 19, 2016.
AMU BA LLB 2017 exam will have a booklet comprising as many as 85 questions, out of which 75 will be objective nature with multiple-choice options and other 10 questions of short-answer type. While, the objective type questions carry one mark each, the short-type answer questions carry 2.5 marks each accounting to 100 marks in total.
Aligarh Muslim University follows a negative marking policy under which each wrong answer from the objective type questions will lead to deduction of 0.25 marks from the total scored marks. Moreover, questions responded with more than one answer options will be regarded as wrongly attempted and negative marking will be applicable to them as well.
Candidates need to prepare for various subjects including General English, Current Affairs and General Knowledge related to Legal Issues, Aptitude and Reasoning.
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