Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has announced exam dates for BA LLB 2015 programme. APSCHE shall be conducting PGLCET 2015 on May 30, 2015.
APSCHE conducts PGLCET 2015 for admissions to the post graduate law programmes.
Candidates can look below for other details of PGLCET 2015
Candidates will need to appear in PGLCET 2015 on the scheduled date for admissions to various post graduate law programmes. Prof. V.R.C. Krishnaiah, PGLCET Convener said, “Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education shall be conducting entrance exam for LLM programmes on May 30, 2015.”
PGLCET 205 Convener also said that the law entrance exam for LLM programmes will be conducted in as many as 15 centres across the state.
Candidates appearing for LLM programmes need to possess a graduation degree in LLB.
PGLCET 2015 will be of 1 hours and 30 minutes time duration. PGLCET 2015 shall begin at 2:30 pm on the scheduled date. The question paper shall be set in English and Telugu languages.
PGLCET 2015 Application Form – Apply Online (Link will be generated as and when APSCHE opens the same)
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The AP LAWCET has commenced with the notification application on March 11, 2019 . Candidates can submit the application form till April 24, 2019 without any late fee. After the submission of the application form by the applicants, admit cards will be issued on May 1, 2019.
Examination will be conducted on May 6, 2019 followed by the issue of answer key. The conducting body then announced the result on May 17, 2019 along with the issue of rank card and conduct of counselling in the first week of October.
There are 16 centres of AP Law CET in Andhra Pradesh only.
The result shall be declared on May 17th , 2019.
The exam paper shall be for 120 marks and shall be for 120 minutes .There shall be no negative marking. AP LAWCET Answer Key 2019 will be available in online mode which will give candidates an opportunity to cross-check their answers marked in the law examination.
Along with the application form of AP LAWCET 2019, candidates need to upload the following documents as mentioned below-
Mark-sheets of 10th and 12th examinations along with the admit card number issued by the board.
Scanned copy of photograph
Scanned copy of signature.
Identity Proofs like Aadhaar Card/ Driving License/ PAN Card/ Voter’s Identity Card/ Passport/ College Identity Card (self-attested)
Caste Certificate, if required.
Candidates should ensure to fill-in the complete and correct details submitted in the application form. However, the correction window will be made available to the candidates from April 27, 2019 to April 28, 2019. After this span, candidates will not be able to make any changes in their application form.
It is advised that candidates keep their login passwords of AP LAWCET discrete and not share it with anyone. Also, for security reasons, it is essential to log out from AP LAWCET portal after updating or filling or submitting the application form of AP LAWCET 2019.
In case a candidate pays the fees twice, the second amount deducted will be refunded within 7 working days by the university.
Best of luck !
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