AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) is conducted by National Law University (NLU), Delhi to take admission into undergraduate and postgraduate courses namely integrated BA, LLB, Ph.D and LL.M program. AILET 2013 will be held on Sunday, April 28, 2013. The exam will be conducted in various cities of India.
Some major cities are Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai and Lucknow. Clouded with a bunch of queries about AILET, you must be busy with your last minute revision. To help you further, Minglebox is providing the paper pattern of AILET exam below:
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Paper Pattern for AILET 2013:
Each paper shall carry maximum of 100 marks and the candidate securing no less than 50% marks in each paper will qualify for making an oral presentation before the Doctoral Committee. The candidate successful in written test shall be required to make an oral presentation before the Doctoral Committee on the dates notified by the University. Paper details given below as per the programs -
- For Integrated B.A., LL.B. (Hons.):
- The test will be of 1 hour and 30 minutes duration consisting of 150 questions.
- The test paper will be of total 150 marks. The subject areas and marks are distributed in the following: English, General Knowledge, (Current Affairs, General Science, History, Geography, Economics, and Civics), Legal Aptitude and Reasoning will consist of 35 marks each. Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability) will consist of 10 marks.
- For LLM:
- The test will be of 90 minutes duration consisting of 100 objective type questions each carrying 1 mark. One essay of 50 marks on the topic of law from the subjects mentioned.
- The test paper will be of total 150 marks in the following subject areas: Law of Contracts, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law and Legal Theory.
- For PhD:
- There shall be a written test which will consist of two papers:
- Paper I – Research Methodology will consist of 100 marks each with multiple choice questions. The duration of the test will be 1 hour 30 minutes.
- Paper II – Research Proposal Specific Papershall not be a written paper. The candidate has to submit research proposal not exceeding 15 pages on the topic in which the candidate want to pursue Ph.D.
- The research proposal shall contain the following: Title statement of problem & background information on the subject: A set of research questions along with hypothesis & Methodology and Research design.
Last Minute Tips for AILET 2013:
We are sure that you have put in all your effort in preparing for the exam and are feeling adequately prepared. Still some last minute tips:
- Visit the venue of the test if you are not very familiar with the city geography.
- Keep adequate time in your hand while leaving for the exam center on the exam day.
- Double check your admit card, identity proof and writing instruments.
- Do not panic even if you haven’t been able to cover some portions. Panic is only going to reduce your efficiency on the exam day.
- Have proper sleep the night before the exam.
- After the exam, do visit Minglebox.com for post exam analysis by experts and share your experiences with other test takers.
- The AILET results are expected to be declared on 4th week of May, 2013.Do log on to Minglebox.com for the same.
- Keep abreast with the latest happenings in the Law education space on Minglebox.com.
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