Army Institute of Law has notified AIL Entrance Test date. The entrance test is scheduled to be held on June 7, 2015. Army institute of Law conducts Army Institute of Law (AIL) Entrance Test for admissions to the five-year integrated law programmes including BA LLB. The application dates and other important information will be announced on April 19, 2015 by the institute.
The candidates will be admitted to the five-year integrated law programme only through merit of AIL Entrance Test. Candidates need to apply for AIL Entrance Test and need to pass 10+2 examination from any recognized board securing at least 45% marks to be considered eligible for the entrance test. Moreover, the candidates need to attain a maximum age of 19 years as on July 1, 2015.
Army Institute of Law offers 60 seats to Army category students, 16 seats for Punjab Residential Civil Category candidates and 4 seats for All India Civil category.
Candidates appearing in AIL Entrance Test can look below for the following subject-wise distribution of questions –
GK and Current Affairs
Logical Reasoning and Mental Ability
Army Institute of Law has also notified that the law entrance test will be conducted in 11 test centres on the said date.
The entrance test will be conducted in the following centres –
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civil and army categories are different, so they asked for civil category rank holders only.
You have under 100 rank so you can get admission easily in AIL mohali,For army the cutoff is around 60-75 marks, so you have scored a pretty good score.
Best of luck!
I hope it helps
Assuming that your caste category is General, the cutoff score this year for a General category student is 72.75. And considering your score, you have very good chances of getting a seat in the affiliated colleges. It also depends on the number of seats available and the number of qualifying candidates. But still, you seem to have a pretty good chance.
All the Best!
The tentative date for the first round of counselling-cum-admission for Army and All-India categories is 17th July 2019. You will be called for counselling as per your merit in the exam. Admission will be granted only if you are found eligible on the day of counselling. Out of 80 seats, 60 are reserved for wards of Army personnel, 16 for All India general category students, and 4 seats for All India civil categories.
If you are aware of the eligibility criteria for applying into any army management B-schools then it requires the following :-
1. Atleast 50% in 10+2
2. Atleast 50 percentile in any of the relevant entrance exam like cat.
So if you scores around 50-55 percentile in your cat exam then you are eligible for applying in aim or aimt like institutions.
Then, if we talk about cutoff percentile then also it has to match with the required eligibility criteria all though. Also, by analysing the previous years cutoff of diffeent army colleges its average cutoff goes to 60 percentile for some subjects& 50 percentile for others.
This year also, institute of kolkata has it's cutoff as 50 percentile and institue of noida hss 60 to 60 percentiles.
But after this, candidates also have to score around 50% in their interviews round.
What is your score and category.
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