MH CET LAW 2020 Exam Date (postponed), Exam Pattern, Syllabus

MH CET Law or Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law is a national level exam conducted by the Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra to grant admissions to law colleges across the state. The candidates interested in pursuing their career in law appear for this exam. The schedule for MH CET LAW 2020 has been announced by the conducting authority that will be conducted in 18 cities of Maharashtra. The exam is conducted separately for an integrated LLB course(5years) and LLB course (3 years)  The seat intake capacity of the 5-year program is around 5000 whereas 15,000 seats are there for the 3-year course.

Highlights

Examination Name Maharashtra Common Entrance Test - Law
Examination Mode Computer-Based
Exam Duration 2 Hours
Official Website http://cetcell.mahacet.org/
Number of Sections

4(LLB 3 yrs)

5(LLB 5 yrs)

Exam Frequency Once a Year

Latest Updates

MH CET LAW 2020 Schedule

Below are the important dates of the MH CET LAW 2020 exam for admission into integrated LLB course(5 years) and LLB course(3 years).It is important to know the MH CET LAW exam pattern to have a brief idea of the examination

Important Dates and Events:

MH CET LAW 2020 Online Registration

Registration for the MH CET LAW is scheduled to begin on 20 January 2020 for the LLB course of 5 years duration and for the LLB course of 3 years duration to start from the date 19th March 2020 - 30th May 2020
MH CET LAW  admit card  Admit Card will be published on 27 March 2020 (postponed due to coronavirus) for the LLB course of 5 years duration and for the LLB course of 3 years duration on 5 June 2020. 
MH CET LAW Exam Dates The exam is scheduled to be conducted on  24th July 2020(postponed due to coronavirus) for the LLB course of 5 years duration and for the LLB course of 3 years duration on 6th August  2020. 
MH CET LAW Results Dates  The Results will be published on 28 April  2020 for the LLB course of 5 years duration and for the LLB course of  3 years duration on 14 July 2020. 

Schedule:

Events Dates
Online Registration Start Date

January 20, 2020, LLB course(5 yrs)

March 19, 2020, LLB course(3 yrs)

Online Registration End Date

May 30, 2020, LLB course(5 yrs)

March 6, 2020,  LLB course(3 yrs)

Admit Card Release Date

March 27, 2020,LLB course(5 yrs)(postponed)

June 5, 2020, LLB course(3 yrs)

MH CET LAW Examination Date

July 24, 2020,  LLB course(5 yrs)(postponed)

August 6, 2020,  LLB course(3 ys)

Results Date

To be notified

Counseling Date

To be notified

Seat Allotment

 

To be notified

MH CET LAW 2020 Admit Card

Those candidates who have successfully registered themselves for the entrance exam will be able to download their admit card online. The admit card is released on the official website for the entrance exam after few weeks of the registration process. It is advisable for the students to check the details mentioned in the admit card before downloading the same. There are some general information of the candidate like the candidate's name, roll number, registration number, photo, etc that are mentioned in the admit card. 
The Admit Card for MH CET LAW 2020 for Integrated LLB(5yrs) will be released on  March 27, 2020, and for LLB(3yrs) will be released on June 5, 2020
How to Download the MH CET LAW 2020 Admit Card?

  • Step 1: Visit the official website of DHE Maharashtra - http://cetcell.mahacet.org/ 
  • Step 2: Click on ‘Admit Card’ link
  • Step 3: Enter the registration number and password
  • Step 4: Click on ‘Download Admit Card’ button
  • Step 5: The Admit Card will appear on the screen mentioning all the details
  • Step 6: Cross verify the details and proceed to download
  • Step 7: Take the printout for future use
Check the MH CET LAW 2020 Exam Pattern Here

Details Mentioned in Admit Card:

  • Name of the candidate
  • Roll number
  • The venue of the examination center
  • Timings of the examination
  • Date of Birth
  • Photograph
  • Signature
  • Exam date
  • Reporting Time
  • Exam Instructions

Documents to be carried on the Exam Day
Candidates are supposed to carry the documents mentioned below  without which they will not be allowed inside the examination center

  • Photo IDs such as PAN card/ Aadhar Card or any other ID proof.
  • Print out of MH CET Law Application Form
  • One recent photograph that the candidate uploaded during MH CET Law Registration.
  • Admit Card

Exam Day Instructions Mentioned in the Admit Card:

  • Time to Reach Exam Center- All candidates are required to reach the exam centers one hour prior to the examination time.
  • Admit Card-One of the most mandatory document to be carried to the exam hall is the admit card. The admit card should be printed properly.
  • Related Documents Required Along with Admit card- there are some identity proof documents that are needed to be carried to the exam hall. This is required to cross-check the identity of the exam appearing candidate
  • Things not to carry to the exam center- Prior to entering the exam hall, all candidates must ensure that they are not carrying any kind of unwanted materials or items, like electronic gadgets, pieces of paper, stationery, eatables, etc, into the examination hall. Candidates who are found violating the rule will be debarred from the examination and possibly restricted from attempting the examination, depending on the gravity of the situation
  • Attendance-  Once all the candidates have entered the examination hall, the invigilators will take attendance of the candidates who are present to appear the entrance examination. If the candidate has not signed the attendance sheet then he/she will be marked as absent.

After the examinations, the results will be declared by the conducting authority within 10-15  on the official website. The candidate will be selected on a merit basis which is based on the cutoffs decided by various institutions for admission into their programs

MH CET LAW 2020 Syllabus

The Organizing authority of the MH CET LAW always publishes the syllabus of the entrance exam along with the exam prospectus on its official website with all the necessary details. The general details mentioned in the syllabus are the important subjects and their important chapters that will be asked on the questionnaire of the entrance examination. If there is a change in the syllabus then it will be notified through an official notification regarding the same. The new revised syllabus will be uploaded then after. Therefore it is very important for the students to check the syllabus very carefully in order to avoid any kind of confusion during the preparation process.

Check the detailed MH CET LAW exam pattern

The syllabus for the MH CET LAW 2020 exam has been released on the official website.The syllabus for LLB (3yrs) program is

  • Verbal Ability/English
  • General Awareness
  • Logical & Verbal Reasoning
  • Legal Aptitude

The syllabus for integrated LLB(5yrs) program is

  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning
  • General Knowledge
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning
  • English
  • Mathematical Aptitude
Check the MH CET LAW Cutoffs

Verbal Ability
Vocabulary, Sentence Analysis, Noun & Pronoun Errors, Subject-Verb Agreement & Tenses, verbal and critical reasoning, Logical Consistency, Modifiers & Parallelism, Prepositions and Conjunctions, Idioms & Phrases etc.

General Awareness
Indian History, World History, Current Affairs, Indian Geography World Geography, Indian Constitution, Indian & World Economy, Banking & Financial Institutions, National Insignia, International News, Science, Computers, Sports and Movies, Prizes, Awards and Honors, Personalities, Literature and Media, Days and Dates etc.

Logical & Verbal Reasoning
Coding & Decoding, Analogies, Odd One Out, Family Tree & Directions, Arrangements: Linear/Circular/Matrix, Groups & Conditionality, Logical Series, Selection Criteria, Sequential I/P - O/P Tracing, Symbol Based Logic, Logical Puzzles, Syllogisms, strong & weak arguments, Critical Reasoning, Cause effects, Implicit Assumptions, Inferences, statement conclusions etc.

Legal Aptitude
Law of Tort, Fundamentals of Law of Contract, Basics of Criminal Law, Basics of Constitutional Law, Family Law, Procedural Law, Property Law & Intellectual Property Law.

Mathematics
Profit and loss, Sp Profit and loss, Speed, distance, and time, Algebra, Average, Permutation and combination, Venn diagrams, Geometry, Probability, Triangles, Percentage, Numbers, Trigonometry

MH CET LAW 2020 Exam Pattern

The conducting body has prescribed the paper pattern in its official notification for the 2020 examination of both LLB(5yrs) Program and LLB(3yrs) Program. Below is a brief outlook of the exam pattern. Both the exams are conducted in 3 slots(Morning, Afternoon and Evening)

LLB (3yrs) Program

  • Mode: Online Mode
  • Question Type: Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs)
  • No. of Questions: 150
  • Duration: 2 Hrs
  • Marking Scheme: +1 for each correct answer and no negative marking for wrong answers
  • Sections: Total 4 sections
  • Language of Test Paper: Both English and Marathi
  • Total Marks- 150 marks
Subject Total No. of Questions Maximum Marks
English 50 50
Logical and Analytical Reasoning 30 30
General Knowledge  40 40
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning 30 30
Total 150 150
Check MH CET LAW Cutoffs here

Integrated LLB(5yrs) Program

  • Mode: Online Mode
  • Question Type: Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs)
  • No. of Questions: 150
  • Duration: 2 Hrs
  • Marking Scheme: +1 for each correct answer and no negative marking for wrong answers
  • Sections: Total 4 sections
  • Language of Test Paper: Both English and Marathi
  • Total Marks- 150 marks
Subject Total No. of Questions Maximum Marks
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning 40 40
General Knowledge 30 30
Logical and Analytical Reasoning 40 40
English 30 30
Mathematical Aptitude 10 10
Total 150 150

The syllabus for the examinations of both the programs is the same except the Mathematics section is included for LLB(5yrs)Program.

MH CET LAW 2020 Test Centres
There are about 18 different cities which conduct the MH CET LAW 2020. The test centers in the preferred test city will be mentioned in the MH CET Law Admit Card.

Mumbai Sangli
Mumbai suburban Kohlapur
Thane Ratnagiri
Palgar Sindhudurga
Raigad Jalgaon
Pune Dhule
Ahmednagar Nandurbar
Solapur Nasik
Satara Aurangabad

The test is conducted exclusively in the State of Maharashtra only.

MH CET LAW 2020 Cut-Off

The Cut-off will be set by the conducting authority and based on that merit list of candidates is declared.Candidates scoring marks equal to or more than the cut off will be eligible for the next rounds of admission into the institutes. This will be decided after the MH CET 2020 results are released

Factors affecting MHCET Law cut off 2019

  • Exam difficulty
  • Number of test-takers
  • Number of candidates qualified the exam
  • Total number of seats
Check the MH CET LAW Answer key here

Below are the previous year's cutoffs of top colleges category wise

General

College Opening Rank Closing Rank
Government Law College 1 1003
Bharati Vidyapeeth's New Law College, Kolhapur 21 2504
Dr. Ambedkar College Of Law, Aurangabad 24 2789
Dr.D.Y.Patil College Of Law, Nerul Navi Mumbai  23 2640
University Of Mumbai Law Academy 16 2355

SC

College Opening Rank Closing Rank
Government Law College 54 2967
Bharati Vidyapeeth's New Law College, Kolhapur 5124 5124
Dr. Ambedkar College Of Law, Aurangabad 1470 4480
Dr.D.Y.Patil College Of Law, Nerul Navi Mumbai  2767 3618
University Of Mumbai Law Academy 167 2901

ST

College Opening Rank Closing Rank
Government Law College 973 5020
Shantaram Potdukhe College Of Law 823 3096
Shahaji Law College 2780 2780
Dr.D.Y.Patil College Of Law, Nerul Navi Mumbai  3575 3575
Ils Law College 1211 4756

OBC

College Opening Rank  Closing Rank
Government Law College 70 1485
Bharati Vidyapeeth's New Law College, Kolhapur 2892 4744
Dr. Ambedkar College Of Law, Aurangabad 1939 5122
Dr.D.Y.Patil College Of Law, Nerul Navi Mumbai  992 4644
University Of Mumbai Law Academy 700 3164
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MH CET LAW 2020 Application Form

The application process is completely online. The online application process has started for the MH CET 2020 examination.  The start date for the entrance exam for  LLB(5yrs) is January 20, 2020, and for the LLB(3yrs) is March 19, 2020. Before applying the MH CET LAW 2020 exam the candidate needs to fulfill the eligibility criteria.

Below is the detailed process of filling up the MH CET 2020 application formStep 1: Registration

  • Visit the official website of Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Maharashtra and click on the “New Registration” tab.
  • Enter the details such as name, email ID, mobile number and other contact information.
  • Click on 'Submit"
  • Application number, as well as password, is sent on the email ID and mobile number provided.

Step 2: Fill the Application Form

  • Fill the asked details in the application form with proper details. The information given should be true to the best of the candidate's knowledge. If any kind of misinformation is given then the total registration will be canceled.
  • Login on DHE’s official website using the application number and password
  • Provide the credentials asked 
  • Click on ‘Validate your details’ 
  • Cross check and verify the details
  • Click on the ‘Save’ and ‘Next’ tab.

Step 3: Upload the Documents
Candidates need to then upload scanned copies of their signature and photograph. The signature needs to be done with a black ink pen on a white paper.

Document Format Size Dimensions
Photograph JPG/JPEG 20-50 KB 200*230 pixels
Signature JPG/JPEG 10-20 KB 140*160 pixels

Step 4: Pay the Application Fee
The application fee can be paid through Credit Card/ Debit Card, IMPS, Cash Cards, Mobile Wallets or NetBanking. The application fee to be paid by candidates of each category is as under:

Category Fees  
Open Category Rs. 800/-  
Outside Maharashtra State Rs. 800/-  
Reserved Category  Rs. 400/-  
Click here to know the detailed MH CET LAW Syllabus

Step 5: Submit the Application Form

  • Submit the application 
  • An e-receipt will be sent regarding the payment
  • Keep the receipt for future use
  • Cross-check all the details
  • Click on "Submit Form"

MH CET LAW 2020 Counselling

The counseling process takes place after the result is released. Candidates who have cleared the cutoff are placed in the merit list and called for this process. Those candidates are selected for further rounds of selection. MH CET LAW 2020 has released the counseling dates for both LLB(3yrs) and LLB(5yrs) program.

The counseling process for LLB(3yrs)program is scheduled on July 21, 2020, and for LLB(5 yrs program) it is scheduled on May 15, 2020.
Maharashtra State CET Cell of Higher & Technical Education Department conducts the counseling process under the direction of Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Maharashtra.

Check the top colleges accepting MH CET LAW exam score 

Important Documents Required for both the programs
Following are the documents required for the counseling process of MH CET LAW 2020

  • Admit Card
  • Rank Card
  • Application Form
  • Class 12th mark sheet
  • Class 10th mark sheet
  • Graduation mark sheets and certificates
  • Caste certificate – SC/ ST/ OBC/ MH reserved categories
  • Domicile certificate/ Birth certificate/ School leaving certificate 
  • PwD certificate (If applicable)
  • Medical certificate
  • Photographs (at least four)
  • Passport and Visa (For Foreign Nationals&NRIs)
  • Equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi (AIU).(Foreign Nationals&NRIs)
  • Certificate of Embassy stating NRI Status of the Sponsor OR  Proof of residence showing minimum continuous 182 days of stay of claimant NRI in abroad for the Academic year of Admission, prior to the admission date And /or Proof of Residence Such as:- Driving License/Telephone Bill / Electric Bill / Water supply bill / Rent receipt / Lease Agreement /Property Tax Copy / IT Return Copy, etc. from last six months(With full name & address of the Sponsor)

Steps for the counseling process for both the programs

  • Visit the official website http://cetcell.mahacet.org
  • Register for the CAP by filling in the details
  • Upload the scanned documents required
  • After registration, enter your preferred college and pay the fees. Candidates may fill in preferences of Institutes in decreasing order of their preference as specified by the Competent Authority
  • Document Verification at Admission Reporting Center by the Candidate
  • Release of provisional merit lists
  • Display of available Category wise Seats (Seat Matrix) available for respective CAP Rounds;
  • Display of provisional allotment of respective CAP Rounds indicating allotted institute
  • Acceptance of the offered seat by paying seat acceptance fee at Admission Reporting Centre 
  • Report to the allotted institute for admission on the allotted seat as per final allotment in CAP rounds

Preparation of Merit List (LLB 3 yrs and LLB 5 yrs)
Below is the procedure of preparation of Merit list as released in the official website

(1) Assignment of Merit Number:-
The Candidates who have successfully submitted their application form before the deadline of the online application procedure will be eligible for admission through CAP. The merit list shall be prepared on the basis of CET Score 

(2) Change of Marks due to Verification: -
If the marks in the qualifying examination are modified due to verification the same shall be notified by the conducting authority and merit list on the basis of that will then be released

(3) Assignment of Merit Number in case of a tie:-
The merit list will be prepared on the basis of CET score but in case of a tie, the following preference would be given

  • First preference shall be given to the Candidate having Post Graduate degree of statutory University;
  • Higher percentage of marks in Post Graduate degree of statutory University;
  • Higher percentage of marks in Qualifying Undergraduate Examination (or equivalent examination);
  • Higher percentage of marks in the first language at HSC or equivalent examination;
  • Higher percentage of marks in SSC or equivalent examination;
  • Older in age.

In the case of NRIs

  • Higher percentage of marks in aggregate at HSC or equivalent examination;
  • Higher percentage of marks in aggregate at SSC or equivalent examination;

Documents required while filling the online Centralized Admission Process (CAP) of MH CET LAW

  • Photograph Image: Colour Passport size photograph of the Candidate Size of photo file should be between 20KB to 50KB. The Image file should be saved in JPG or JPEG format
  • Signature Image: Applicant has to Sign on white paper-piece with Black or Blue Pen. The signature image Size file should be between 10KB to 20KB. The Image file should be saved in JPG or JPEG format.
  • Other documents: 10th marksheet/12th mark sheet/Hall ticket/Domicile Certificate/Graduation mark sheet etc  should be saved in PDF format of Size up to 500KB

CAP Process for both LLB 3 yrs and 5 yrs program
CAP is conducted in 3 rounds. Below are the instructions for all the rounds of the CAP

 CAP round I

  • The seats available for Round-I will be published on the website along with the Candidates name that appears in the merit list of CAP
  • An online application is to be filled for the CAP process
  • If a Candidate is allotted the seat as per his first preference, such allotment shall be auto freezed and the Candidate shall accept the allotment so made. Such Candidate shall then be not eligible for participation in the subsequent CAP rounds. They should produce their original documents before their desired institution for the admission process and blocking of seats
  • The candidate who have been allotted seat other than the first preference given by the Candidate and if the Candidate is satisfied with such allotment and do not wish to participate in further CAP rounds, such Candidate can freeze the offered seat through Candidate‘s Login
  • The candidate who has been allotted seat other than first preference and accepted/not accepted the seat by reporting to the ARC for confirmation of seat by paying the seat acceptance fee through Candidate‘s Login shall be eligible for participation in the subsequent rounds 

CAP round II
The candidate who have been allotted seat other than first preference and he or she has accepted/not accepted the seat by reporting to the ARC for confirmation of seat by paying the seat acceptance fee through Candidate‘s Login shall be eligible for participation in the CAP Round II
This Round is the betterment Round for those Candidates who have been allotted seat other than first preference and who have been not allotted any seat in Round-I.

CAP Round III
The seats available for Round III shall be published on the website. This round takes place if there are still some seats left.

Eligibility for CAP Round III is as follows:

  • If the candidate has not been allotted any seat in the previous rounds
  • Candidates who  did not participate (failure of filling option form) in the previous round 
  • If the Candidate canceled his or her admission  in the earlier rounds or rejected seats
  • Frozen the admission seat in the earlier rounds but are not satisfied with their college decision and wish to participate in other rounds for better choices

Sample of Vacancies Released for CAP Rounds:

Application once finally submitted will not be allowed to be withdrawn/ Edited/ Changed in any circumstances. Fees once paid for Category change will NOT be refunded under any circumstances nor can be held in reserve for next year’s CAP.
Helpline Number for CAP Application Form filling and Technical Queries: 020-67635999.

MH CET LAW 2020 Results

The candidate can obtain the result on the official website.  The conducting authority will publish the result on April 28, 2020, for five-year LLB course and on July 14 for three-year LLB course.On the basis of the  MH CET LAW results, the candidates can apply to the colleges according to the MH CET LAW cutoff set by the institutions.They must keep a check on the deadline for applying to the institution. The scores will be valid for one yearSteps for obtaining the Result

  • Go to the official website
  • Click on the "Results link"
  • Enter the CET Registration Number
  • Enter the CET Roll Number
  • Click on Submit
  • View and Download the Result

After the results, the candidate will be called for the further rounds of admission and counseling process

MH CET Law 2020 Scorecard Details
The scorecard will mention the following details about candidates' qualifying status:

  • Candidate’s name
  • Application number for CET 2020
  • CET Roll Number
  • Total Marks obtained in CET
  • Subject-wise marks obtained in CET
  • Category-wise rank in CET
Check here  the participating colleges in MH CET LAW exam

Below are the result statistics of previous year LLB 3 yrs and 5 yrs Program

MH CET LAW 2020 Answer Key

The Answer key is released officially by the board after the commencement of exams. The answer key for MH CET LAW 2020 will be released in April for LLB 5 yrs and in June for LLB 3 yrs tentatively. The candidates can check their answers and calculate their raw scoresSteps to check the Answer Key

  • Go to the official website
  • Click on the "Answer key" link
  • Download the Answer Key
  • A PDF will appear on Screen
  • Calculate the Score

How to Calculate the score?
Award yourself +1 marks for each correct response and there is no negative marking for wrong answers. There are a total of 150 questions. Check the detailed MH CET lAW Scoring PatternThe candidates can check the previous year  cutoffs according to their evaluated raw scores and apply to the institutions accordingly.

Challenge the Answer Key
The candidate can challenge the answer if in any case candidate has any objection related to their scorecard. The answer key can be challenged online after submitting their id and password. The official board will look after the petition and any changes done will be notified.

Check MH CET LAW Results and Counseling Process

MH CET LAW 2020 Eligibility

To apply for the  exam the candidate must fulfill certain eligibility criteria. This is set by the conducting authority. These are the minimum criteria without which the candidate will not be allowed to appear the MH CET LAW exam. Below are the eligibility criteria for the  LLB 3 years and 5 years courses.

LLB 3 years course
This is applicable to Maharashtra Domicile/Indian Nationals/J&K Migrants/Foreign Nationals

  • Candidates should be graduate or appearing in the final year examination of their bachelor degree from any UGC recognized university with a minimum 45% of Marks in Aggregate,  42 % marks in case of candidates belonging to VJ/ DT/ NT(A)/ NT(B)/ NT(C)/ NT(D)/ O.B.C./ S.B.C. Category belonging to the State of Maharashtra,40% marks  in case of Candidates belonging to SC&ST Categories from the State of Maharashtra only
  • The qualifications of 10th, 12th (+2) and Graduation may be obtained through any mode (distance/correspondence / open schooling method). Such candidates are eligible for LL.B-3 Year Course
  • The candidate obtained a bachelor degree from any open University with Preparatory examination without passing HSC are not eligible for LL.B-3 year Course & admission of LL.B-3 Year Course
  • Candidate should have completed any 3 Year bachelor degree from any open University (recognized by UGC) after passing 12th Std
  • The candidate seeking admission into Three Year Law course must have passed class 12th (HSC) as it is the Basic Qualification for the 3-year law course without passing which, he or she cannot be considered eligible for LL.B-3 year Course
Check the exam pattern
Check Cutoffs of MH CET LAW

Age Limit
Presently, there is no upper limit of Age prescribed for the 3 yrs LLB Program

LLB 5 years program
The eligibility criteria are the same as LLB 3 years Program. This is applicable to Maharashtra Domicile/Indian Nationals/J&K Migrants/Foreign Nationals

  • Candidates should be graduate or appearing in the final year examination of their bachelor degree from any UGC recognized university with a minimum 45% of Marks in Aggregate,  42 % marks in case of candidates belonging to VJ/ DT/ NT(A)/ NT(B)/ NT(C)/ NT(D)/ O.B.C./ S.B.C. Category belonging to the State of Maharashtra,40% marks  in case of Candidates belonging to SC&ST Categories from the State of Maharashtra only
  • The qualifications of 10th, 12th (+2) and Graduation may be obtained through any mode (distance/correspondence / open schooling method). Such candidates are eligible for LL.B-5 Year Course
  • The candidate obtained a bachelor degree from any open University with Preparatory examination without passing HSC are not eligible for LL.B-5 year Course & admission of LL.B-5 Year Course
  • Candidate should have completed any 3 Year bachelor degree from any open University (recognized by UGC) after passing 12th Std
  • The candidate seeking admission into Three Year Law course must have passed class 12th (HSC) as it is the Basic Qualification for the 5-year law course without passing which, he or she cannot be considered eligible for LL.B-3 year Course

Age Limit
Presently, there is no upper limit of Age prescribed for the 5 yrs LLB Program

Reservations
All the reservations given below shall be applicable to candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only. The percentage of reservation is the percentage of seats available for Maharashtra  Candidates, coming under the CAP.  It is applicable for both the LLB 3 yrs and 5 yrs program.

Category of Reservation % of Seats Reserved
Scheduled Castes  13.00 %
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 7.00 %
Vimukta Jati (VJ)/ De Notified Tribes (DT) 3.00 %
Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B) 2.5%
Nomadic Tribes 2 (NT-C) 3.5%
Nomadic Tribes 3 (NT-D) 2.00%
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 19.00%
Socially and Educationally Backward Classes 12.00%
Economically Weaker Section (EWS) 10.00%
Children of Defence Service Personnel  5%
 Persons with Disability Candidate( minimum 40% disability) 5%
EWS 10%
Orphan Candidates 1%
Female Candidates(no reservation for female under Defense, Pwd, Orphan) 30%
View the detailed syllabus here
  • In case of the DT-VJ-NT-A,NT-1(B), NT-2(C), NT-3(D),OBC and SBC category students Valid Non Creamy layer certificate is required to be produced. 
  • All Maharashtra State candidates belonging to SC, ST, DT-VJ, NT- 1,2,3, OBC and SBC category will have to submit Caste Certificate for admission to claim reserved category seat
  • Candidates holding Caste certificate from any State other than Maharashtra will be considered as Open Category Candidate. If they have applied under the reserved category for CET, they will have to pay the difference of Feemigrate to Open Category. 

FAQs

Q. What is the duration of the MH CET LAW 2020 exam?
A. The duration of the MH CET LAW 2020 Exam is 2 Hours.

Q.What is the mode of examination?
A. The mode of examination is Online.

Q. Is the 10+2+3 pattern mandatory for a 3-year LLB course through MH CET 2020?
A. Yes, it is mandatory.

Q. Can candidates of Reserved Category of outside Maharashtra apply for the reservation?
A. No, Reservation is only applicable for Maharashtra Domicile Candidates.

Q.What is the meaning of Aggregate Marks?
A. Aggregate marks mean the Grand Total of marks scored in the qualifying examination/ Diploma/ Degree and as given by the Conducting Board.

Q. Is there any Upper Age Limit to apply?
A. No, presently there is no upper age limit prescribed by the conducting authority.

Q. Can Foreign Nationals Apply to MH CET Law 2020 exam?
A. Yes, they can apply provided they fulfill the eligibility criteria.

Q. How many times is the exam conducted in a year?
A. It is conducted once a year.

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