The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law (MH CET Law 2017) for admissions to BA LLB courses in the state law colleges of Maharashtra was conducted by the Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra State, on May 20, 2017. Introduced in 2016, MH CET Law 2017 will also be held on May 21 for admissions to LLB courses in the same law colleges. On May 20, MH CET Law was conducted in online mode in different exam centres across India.Only candidates who had cleared their Class 12 exam with a minimum of 45% aggregate marks would be considered eligible for BA LLB admissions via MH CET Law 2017. As per the MH CET Law Exam Pattern, the exam was held for a duration of two hours and the paper was provided in English and Marathi. The timing of the exam and the location of exam centres were already available to candidates via their MH CET Law 2017 Admit Cards. Candidates were required to answer as many as 150 multiple choice questions in the given time duration, with each question carrying one mark, thereby indicating that the total marks for the law exam was 150. Questions were asked primarily from the assigned MH CET Law Syllabus which covered the topics of Legal Aptitude, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning, English and Basic Mathematics, with each section carrying a different amount of marks. There was no negative marking applicable.
Earlier, the DHE had scheduled MH CET Law 2017 for BA LLB admissions on April 22 and for LLB admissions on April 23 before postponing them to the current dates. Candidates were allowed to download their MH CET admit cards through their online login account from May 9 onwards. The results of both MH CET Law for BA LLB admissions and for LLB admissions will be announced on May 30. The DHE will then release seperate merit lists for the three year LLB and the five year integrated BA LLB programmes along with the MH CET Result which candidates can refer to for finding out their qualifying status. Counselling for law admissions in the participating colleges of MH CET Law 2017 will begin from June.
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If you are preparing CLAT then it would be helpful for MH CET law. You can also Avhad's Guide to Maharashtra CET Common Law Entrance Test which is very good for the programme. Here are some preparation tips you can follow given below:
Make your study plan in two parts, one is study plan and other is routine plan of your daily activities.
Join Mock test to analyze your performance and do practice as much you can.
Dear Harshal, OBC means other Backward Category. SEBC is Socially and Economically Backward Category and is especially for those Candidates who belong to OBC and whose annual income is less . Now coming to your question, the available reservations for MH CET Law are:
Now as SEBC falls under OBC, MH CET law has resevration for SEBC Category as well.
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