AILET Eligibility Criteria 2017 – NLU Delhi will be announcing eligibility criteria of AILET 2017 for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes. AILET 2017 eligibility criteria will mention minimum academic qualification and age required for applying for the NLU Delhi regulated law entrance test. Candidates are advised to check the AILET eligibility conditions before filling in the application forms as their candidature may get cancelled in case they will be found ineligible for the admissions.
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AILET 2017 eligibility criteria also specify the minimum scores required for appearing in the law exam for BA LLB as well as LLM programmes.
AILET 2017 academic qualifications for BA LLB programme
Candidates who have at least qualified Senior Secondary School Examination (of 10+2 education system) or equivalent examination can apply for BA LLB programmes in NLU Delhi.
The applicant should have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate of subjects at the 10+2 qualifying examination.
AILET 2017 academic qualifications for LLM programme
Candidates who have at least an LL.B degree or equivalent law degree from any institution recognised by BCI and the UGC can apply for LLM programmes at NLU Delhi.
The applicant should have obtained at least 55% marks in the qualifying LL.B degree examination.
Those who belong to SC/ ST/ Person with Disability (PwD) categories need to have secured a minimum of 50% marks in the LL.B degree examination.
Who else are eligible for AILET 2017?
Those who are appearing for 10+2 examination will also be considered eligible for the NLU Delhi BA LLB applications, subjected to the fulfilment of minimum percentage as mentioned above.
The applicants who are appearing in the final year of LL.B or equivalent law degree examination can be deemed fit for applying for LL.M programmes, provided they secure minimum percentage of marks as mentioned.
Age required for AILET 2017
According to Supreme Court's order of March 3, 2017, any law aspirant can fill the AILET application form at par revised AILET 2017 eligibility criteria. There is no age bar for AILET applications 2017 as the apex court stays BCI's age policy for this year. Click here to read comple story.
Ealier, Bar Council of India (BCI) had revised age bar policy, according to which, candidates needed to be below 20 years of age as on July 1, 2017 and those who belong to SC/ST categories need to be below 22 years of age as on the same date.
Candidates who have gone through the eligibility criteria of All India Law Entrance Test can now fill AILET 2017 application form.
AILET 2017 will be conducted in paper-pen mode on May 7.
Supreme Court official order staying BCI's age bar
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