MH CET Law application form 2017 window has been extended by one week. The last date for submitting applications for the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law programmes (MH CET Law) 2017 has been extended by the Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Government of Maharashtra, from April 26 to May 1. MH CET Law 2017 will offer aspiring law candidates admissions to LLB Three Year and LLB Five Year Integrated courses in government law colleges across the state of Maharashtra. Earlier, the DHE had postponed the start of applications for MH CET Law 2017 from March 30 to March 31. MH CET Law 2017 for admissions to the Five Year Integrated LLB programme will be held on May 20 and for the Three Year LLB programme will be held on May 21.
Candidates interested in applying for the Maharashtra Law Common Entrance Test will be required to fill the application form in online mode. This will only be possible once the candidates register themselves on the official site and receive their registration ID and password. The MH CET Law 2017 online application process will require candidates to upload their photograph, signature and other documents and conclude it by paying the given application fees.
MH CET Law 2017 Application Form Important Dates
MH CET Law Events
MH CET Law Application Form starts
March 31 (extended from March 30)
MH CET Law Application Form closes
May 1, 2017 (extended from April 26)
MH CET Law 2017 for LLB Integrated Five Year candidates
MH CET Law 2017 for LLB Three Year candidates
MH CET Law 2017 Results
Candidates can see the original and the updated date notifications of MH CET Law 2017 below.
MH CET LAW 2017 Application Date's Old Notification
MH CET LAW 2017 Revised Date for Five Year Integrated LLB Applications
MH CET LAW 2017 Revised Date for Three Year LLB Applications
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There are chances that the exams will be postponed.The revised date for MAH LLB (5 years) CET will be announced soon.The exams will be held only after the pandemic is contained.Visit the official websites for more updates :
The new dates of mh cet law exam for llb 3 years are as -
Online registration - 19/03/2020 to 20/05/2020
Date of MAH-LL.B (3 Years)-CET 2020 exam - Sunday 28/06/2020 in Multiple Session if required
Tentative date for result declaration - 14-07-2020
For 5 years integrated llb program the registration has been closed and the Date of MAH-LL.B (5 Years)-CET 2020 exam has not been postponed. New dates has not been declared yet. For updates regarding the exam keep visiting the official website of Mh -cet.
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Central government started the reservation quota for Economically Weaker Section of General category. According to this quota every authorized institution in India will reserve some seats for EWS candidates.
Cut-offs are also slightly less in comparison to General category. MH Law CET also accepts EWS certificate.
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For Legal Aptitude, just follow "Indian Polity" by Laxmikant and Previous Year CLAT Papers.
For English: Verbal and Non verbal Ability by TMH PUB.(Arun Sharma).
For General Knowledge you can read NCERT books of History, Geography and Polity and Economics. Start Reading "Hindu" or "Indian Express".
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