Directorate of Higher Education Maharashtra will be conducting MH CET Law, a common entrance test for admissions to undergraduate law programmes on April 22 and April 23, 2017. According to MH CET Law 2017 official notification, the entrance test for 3-year LLB programmes will be held on the earlier date and that for 5-year LLB on the latter one. It’s expected that the application form for Maharashtra common law entrance test will be available in February. However, the official notification says that the announced examination dates are still tentative and may change at a later stage. Candidates can read below to know more on MH CET Law 2017 notification.
LATEST - MH CET Law 2017 Application Form will be available soon
The State Common Entrance Test Cell of Maharashtra in accordance with DHE Maharashtra has notified the entrance examination dates for Maharashtra law programmes. “The final dates with detailed schedule of MH CET Law will be published through the official website and different media,” said Chandrashekhar V. Oak, Commissioner of Maharashtra State CET Cell, while adding information on MH CET Law 2017 notification.
Candidates can find the expected dates for Maharashtra Law Common Entrance Test from the table below.
MH CET Law 2017 Events
MH CET Law 2017 Dates*
Application form window
February – March
MH CET Law for 3-year LLB programme
MH CET Law for 5-year LLB programme
June – August
*Tentative dates; subjected to change
Am I eligible for MH CET Law 2017?
DHE Maharashtra will be announcing eligibility criteria of MH CET Law 2017 along with the official brochure of common entrance test. Candidates, however, can read here the MH CET Law eligibility criteria for each of the law programmes– three-year and five-year integrated LLB.
Eligibility for 3-year LLB programme– Candidates appearing for three-year law programmes need to have a graduation degree with a 45 per cent marks in the aggregate of the subjects in the qualifying entrance examination. In addition to the academic qualification, candidates also need to comply by the age bar of MH CET Law.
Eligibility for 5-year integrated LLB programme– Candidates appearing for the five-year integrated law programmes need to have passed 12th examination from CBSE or any other examination board recognised by Maharashtra state government, securing a minimum of 45 per cent marks in the aggregate of the subjects in the 12th board examination. In addition to the academic qualification, candidates also need to comply by the age bar of MH CET Law.
Candidates interested in appearing for the undergraduate law programmes can find below the important topics for each of the law entrance tests of Maharashtra state.
MH CET Law Entrance Exams
3-year LLB programmes
Legal Aptitude, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Logical & Analytical Reasoning and English
5-year integrated LLB programmes
Legal Aptitude, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning, English and Basic Mathematics
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