National Law University Delhi (NLU D) is conducting All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2016 on May 1. The law entrance examination is reported to be appeared by over 16,000 applicants from 16 cities of India. The entrance exam conducted in paper-pen mode begins at 3:00 pm and the duration is 90 minutes.
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AILET 2016 Convenor, Dr. G.S. Bajpai exclusively told Careers360, “As many as 16,777 aspirants will be appearing for BA LLB entrance examination of NLU Delhi. Last year, the number was 16,215.”
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The Convenor also told that the test-takers will be appearing from 16 exam centres in Delhi.
As per the exam pattern of AILET 2016, the total number of questions is 150 questions, each carrying 1 mark. The law aspirants have to answer questions from each of the five sections – English, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, Reasoning and Elementary Mathematics. The General Knowledge section comprises questions based on various topics including Current Affairs, General Science, History, Geography, Economics and Civics.
The entry for AILET 2016 test-takers have begun at 2:20 pm, as they were asked to report at the exam centre at least 30 minutes before the commencement of exam.
Careers360 brings ‘AILET 2016 Live Coverage’ to help law aspirants like you in knowing the exam difficulty and other events directly from the exam centres. Check below for the timeline of exam events of the BA LLB admission test of NLU Delhi.
3:12 pm – More late comers request for an entry but denied.
3:10 pm – Entry gates closed down.
3:05 pm – Careers360 team reports some entry continues for the late comers, as the gates are to be closed at 3:10 pm, as per the exam officials instructions.
3:00 pm – AILET 2016 begins.
2:30 pm – Some of the examinees forget to bring identity proofs and denied entry. They requested the authorities to let them enter but in vain. On the other hands, some test-takers despite the instructions were carrying mobile phones and calculators were asked to deposit their belongings before entering their exam halls.
2:20 pm – Entry for AILET 2016 begins with the test-taker queuing up to reach their allotted exam rooms. Meanwhile, at the entry gates, authorities meticulously verify the names and identities of the test-takers through their AILET 2016 Admit Cards and identity proofs.
2:05 pm – Chaos ensues as more candidates gather around the notice-bards to verify their candidature including roll number and their seats. Amidst the chaos, some other candidates were seen revising from notes and text books for one of the toughest law entrance exams.
1:56 pm – AILET 2016 exam takers gather round the notice-boards to check their seating plans.
1:55 pm – Exam centre authorities put up notice-boards outside the centres with roll number and seating arrangements of the examinees.
1:50 pm – AILET 2016 test-takers reached as early as 1:40 pm despite the scorching heat. Several of the early birds had come from far away cities and NCR.
1:45 pm – Careers360 reporting team reaches different exam centres of Delhi.
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