What is MH CET Law?

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law commonly known as MH CET Law is a first ever state level entrance exam conducted by Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Maharashtra for admissions to five-year integrated and three-year LLB programmes offered by various law colleges in Maharashtra. MH CET Law is conducted in online mode for a maximum of 2..Read More

MH CET Law Application Details

1. Click on the official link of MH CET Law Application Form

2. Enter basic details including Candidate’s Name, Parent’s Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Mobile Number and E-Mail id and other necessary details as required in MH CET Law Applications

3. Candidates need to set a password, confirm it and sign declaration for MH CET Law Application

4. Enter the Captcha code and click on ‘Next’ button

5. Verify the details entered in MH CET Law application form and also candidates can edit/ modify any information by clicking on ‘Edit’ button

6. After that candidates can proceed to upload photograph and signature by clicking on Next button

7. Once you had uploaded photo and signature for the MH CET Law application form, click on ‘Bank Challan Slip’ link to generate and remit the application fee for MH CET Law at the nearest SBI branch

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MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria

For five-year Integrated LLB programme –

  • Candidates must have qualified Senior Secondary School/ Intermediate Examination/ 12th Board Exam of 10+2 school pattern or equivalent from a recognized University of India or outside
  • Candidates must have secured a minimum of 45% marks (40% marks for SC/ST category candidates) in aggregate of the subjects
  • Candidates appearing the qualifying examination of 10+2 are also eligible to apply provided they attain the minimum marks required and show a proof of the same at the time of admissions
  • There is no upper age criterion for MH CET Law as per the new regulations of Bar Council of India
  • However, candidates possessing the 10+2 qualifying certificate through Open University system without having any basic qualification are not eligible to apply for MH CET Law applications

For three-year LLB programme -

  • Candidates must possess a Graduate degree in any discipline of any University of Mumbai or an equivalent recognized University of 10+2+3 education pattern
  • Candidates must have secured a minimum of 45% marks (40% marks for SC/ST category candidates) in aggregate of the subjects
  • As per the regulations of Bar Council of India, there is no age limit to apply for MH CET Law
  • Candidates appearing final year examination of qualifying degree are also eligible to apply subjected to attainment of minimum marks required and they must provide proof of the same at the time of admissions
  • However, if candidates have qualified 10+2 Passing Certificate of First Year Degree Certificate through correspondence mode then they are eligible to apply provided the degree is obtained through regular system

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MH CET Law Exam Fee

Modes of Payment

Credit Card
Debit Card
NEFT
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Demand Draft
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MH CET Law Exam Pattern

Mode of Exam: Online
Exam Format: Objective

MH CET Law Counselling Details

  1. Click on the official link for CAP of MH CET Law counselling
  2. Candidates need to register for MH CET Law counselling by providing details including e-mail id and password
  3. Candidates need to visit the allotted facilitation centres for verification of documents before proceeding to exercise options for seat allotment process
  4. After the verification of documents, a merit list is released with seat matrix
  5. Candidates need to exercise options from the list of offered colleges
  6. Candidates need to save their preferred colleges using Freeze or Float options
  7. Candidates can check their seat allotment list after the same gets announced by the admission committee
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  • Maharashtra
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  • Uttar Pradesh
    15%

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