Law Entrance Exam 2021 MH CET Exam Update: The MHT CET entrance exams for law studies is likely to be a delay. The aspirants can fill the CET exam form from the Second Week of May 2021. The aspirants can give the CET for the 3 Year LLB Couse and 5 Year LLB Course.
Every year MHT CET Conduct the entrance exam for the students. But this year due to the Covid-19 Outbreak there will delay in the examination.
The students can fill the entrance exam from on State Common Entrance Test Cell Website
What is the basic eligibility for MH CET LAW 2021?
MH CET LAW 2021 is conducted for the 5-year LLB and 3-year LLB Program. Students writing the exam for a 5-year LLB program must have passed 10+2 or equivalent from any recognized Board with a minimum of 45% (40% for reserved categories). Aspirants appearing for 3-year LLB Program through MH CET LAW must have graduated from any recognized university or college with a minimum of 45% (40% for reserved categories).
What is the exam pattern of MH CET LAW 2021?
Exam Pattern for CET LAW 2021 5-Year and 3-Year LLB Program is similar in many terms. The exams are conducted for a total of 150 marks divided equally among 150 questions.
About MHT CET Law
The State CET Cell conducts MH CET law every year for admission to 3-year and 5-year LLB programmes offered by the law colleges in Maharashtra. Around 145 government and self-financed law colleges participate in the common entrance test. As for the previous academic year (2020-21), the CET Cell is currently conducting the MH CET law counselling process of the second round. It will release the second round of three-year LLB seat allotment today, on March 15, 2021. Following the second round, an institution round will be held which is likely to be completed by April 2021.
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