AP LAWCET application form has begun on February 18, 2017 as Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has opened online registration window for law programme. Candidates interested in pursuing undergraduate law programmes from Andhra Pradesh state can fill online application form of AP LAWCET 2017 and those interested in pursuing postgraduate law programmes can apply for AP PGLCET 2017. Candidates will need to apply for their respective law programmes within a specified time and submit the duly filled-in application forms to avoid paying late fees. Candidates can read more on AP LAWCET/ AP PGLCET 2017 application forms.
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According to important dates of AP LAWCET/ AP PGLCET 2017, candidates need to fill their application forms and submit the same by March 18. Moreover, those filling the AP LAWCET applications after March 18, 2017 will need to pay additional fees apart from the application form as late fine.
Andhra Pradesh Law Entrance Application Dates
Events of AP LAWCET/ AP PGLCET
Important Dates of AP LAWCET/ AP PGLCET
Online registration-cum-application window opens
February 18, 2017
Last date for submission of applications
March 18, 2017
Last date for submission of applications (with Rs. 500 as late fine)
March 19 – March 27, 2017
Last date for submission of applications (with Rs. 1000 as late fine)
March 28 – April 5, 2017
Last date for submission of applications (with Rs. 1500 as late fine)
April 6 – April 14, 2017
Last date for submission of applications (with Rs. 5000 as late fine)
April 15 – April 17, 2017
What to do before filling AP LAWCET/ AP PGLCET application form 2017?
Candidates are advised to read eligibility criteria of AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET 2017 before filling the application forms. According to the eligibility criteria of AP LAWCET 2017, candidates need to have cleared 12th examination from any recognised educational board in 10+2 pattern and need to have secured 45 per cent and aggregate marks in the qualifying examination.
Those applying for postgraduate law programmes will need to meet AP PGLCET eligibility criteria 2017, following which they need to have a LL.B degree from any recognised institution.
What are steps for filling Andhra Pradesh law entrance application forms?
Step 1 – Fee Payment
Candidates will be required to pay the fee of AP LAWCET/ AP PGLCET application forms after registering online by providing their details. Candidates can find the application fee amount as given in the table below–
Law programme applying for
Application Fees (in INR)
AP LAWCET for 3-year LLB
Rs. 700 (57.50 Bank charges extra)
AP LAWCET for 5-year LLB
Rs. 700 (57.50 Bank charges extra)
Rs. 800 (57.50 Bank charges extra)
Step 2 – Application Fee Status
Candidates can check AP LAWCET/ AP PGLCET 2017 application fee status by entering their admit card number of qualifying examination (12th/ Graduation/ LL.B) and mobile number. If the application fee status is ‘NO’, candidates will be required to remit the fees again and the debited amount from their account for failure transaction will be refunded in next five working days.
Step 3 – Application Form
Once the application fees have been remitted, candidates can fill online application form of AP LAWCET/ AP PGLCET. The candidates will have to get an access to fill the application form, for which they will need to provide payment reference id, admit card number of qualifying examination (12th/ Graduation/ LL.B), mobile number and date of birth.
Step 4 – Print Application Form
Candidates should print a copy of the duly filled-in AP PLAWCET application form 2017 (or AP PGLCET 2017 application form) after submitting the same.
Click here to fill APLAW CET 2017 Application Form.
Click here to fill AP PGLCET 2017 Application Form.
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