AILET application form 2018 has begun on January 4. Candidates interested in pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes from NLU Delhi can fill the application form of AILET 2018 till April 7, 2018. The NLU has hiked the application fees of AILET 2018.
National Law University (NLU) Delhi has declared the Results of the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2017 on May 24. The exam has been topped by a female student Dhanistha Mukesh Mittal who is the only candidate to achieve 100 marks out of the total of 150 marks. Check more details about AILET 20..
AILET Result 2017 has been postponed by six days. The revised date of AILET 2017 Result for BA LLB programme is now May 24. Check here to know more details regarding the AILET Result.
AILET answer key 2017 has been released on May 11 by National Law University Delhi (NLU-D). The answer key of NLU Delhi is available in pdf format and can be downloaded to check correct answers of the AILET 2017 question paper.
NLU Delhi conducted AILET 2017 for admissions to law programmes. AILET 2017 conducted across 19 cities in offline mode. Read here complete live coverage of AILET 2017.
The National Law University,(NLU), Delhi, has released the Admit Card for its All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2017 in online mode on April 22. Candidates can check here all details regarding the AILET 2017 Admit Card including how to download and other important information.
AILET 2017 application form has begun from January 2 and can be filled till April 7, 2017. Candidates can register for the All India Law Entrance Exam scheduled to be held on May 7 and know the application process here.
AILET 2017 application form will begin from January 3 as National Law University (NLU) Delhi has delayed the application process for All India Law Entrance Test by as many as two days. Check here to know more on change in dates of AILET 2017.
The eligibility criteria for CLAT and other national law exams are likely to be changed as BCI revives age bar for admissions. Check here to know more on BCI’s age restriction.