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CULEE 2020: Application Form, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Date

The Christ University will be conducting CULEE 2020 in order to screen candidates for admissions into law degree programmes. The enrolment will be granted into BA LLB, BBA LLB, LLM in Constitutional and Administrative Law, Corporate and Commercial Law and Intellectual Property and Trade Law courses. The candidates can submit their application form in online as well as offline mode. The interested applicants can get the complete details of the CULEE 2020 such as eligibility criteria, exam pattern, application process, etc from this article. To help aspirants in getting prepared for this exam, certain preparation trips and important books are also provided in this post.

News: CULEE 2020 application form is now available.

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Important Dates related to CULEE 2020

The official dates related to CULEE 2020 are provided in the table below. We have updated the dates based on latest official notification:

Session I:

Events Dates
Application form availability 8th December 2019
Last date of submitting application 4th April 2020
Admit card release 8th April 2020
Date of entrance exam 14th April 2020
Micro Presentation (MP), Skill Assessment (SA) and Personal Interview (PI) 15th to 18th April 2020
Result announcement May 2020, 1st week

Session II:

Events Dates
Application form availability 8th December 2019
Last date of submitting application 16th April 2020
Admit card release 20th April 2020
Date of entrance exam 26th April 2020
Micro Presentation (MP), Skill Assessment (SA) and Personal Interview (PI) 27th to 30th April 2020
Result announcement May 2020, last week

CULEE Eligibility Criteria 2020

The candidates must ensure their CULEE 2020 eligibility criteria before submitting their application form:

For BA.LLB and BBA.LLB courses:

  • The candidates should have passed class 12th exam from any stream from a recognized board.
  • The candidates appearing in the qualifying exam in the year 2020 are also eligible.
  • The minimum marks to be scored in the 12th exam is 45%.
  • The minimum age of the candidates should be 20 years as on 1st July 2020.
  • The applicants pursuing IB curriculum must have 3 HL and 3 SL with 24 credits.
  • Those pursuing GCE/ Edexcel must have a minimum of 3 A levels.

For LLM course:

  • A candidate who has passed 3-year/ 5-year LLB course with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks from any recognized University in India or abroad are eligible to apply.
  • Applicants who will be giving their final year exam in 2020 and have secured at least 50% aggregate marks in all the Semesters/ Years of Undergraduate Examinations conducted so far can also apply.

CULEE Application Form 2020

The candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria can submit their application form for the exam. The CULEE 2020 application form will be available in online mode. The online application form can be obtained from the official website of Christ University. The candidates will have to enter their personal, educational and other details into the application form. After providing all the important details in the form, the candidates can submit it along with the required documents and application fee. The online applicants can submit their application fee via Credit card/ Debit Card/ Net banking facility.

CULEE 2020 Exam Pattern

The pattern of CULEE exam 2020 is provided below:

  • Duration of entrance test: 2 hours
  • Number of questions: 120
  • Total marks: 120
  • Marking scheme: +1 mark for each right answer and -0.25 for each wrong answer
Topics Number of questions Maximum marks
English Language, Comprehension Skills and Verbal Reasoning 30 30
General Knowledge, Current Affairs 25 25
Quantitative Aptitude, Numerical Ability, Fundamental Mathematical Operations 25 25
Reasoning: Critical, Analytical and Logical 20 20
Data Analysis and Interpretation 20 20
Total 120 120

CULEE 2020 Syllabus

The CULEE syllabus 2020 will comprise of the topics from English Language, General Knowledge, Reasoning, Aptitude, Data Analysis and Interpretation, etc.

How to prepare for CULEE 2020?

In order to prepare well for your exam, you can follow the below-mentioned preparation strategies:

  1. Study in a systemized manner. You can prepare a time table for this.
  2. Study only from reliable sources. Refer only to the books of renowned authors.
  3. Most topics from which the questions are asked in the exam such as Aptitude, Reasoning, Mathematics, etc requires rigorous practice.
  4. Keep yourself up-to-date about what’s going on in the country and internationally. Read newspaper daily or install any app in your phone.
  5. Take good care of your health. Eat balanced diet and take proper sleep.

CULEE 2020 Reference Books

Below here are listed some of the highly recommended preparation books for CULEE:

  • For English: Objective General English by RS Aggarwal, English Grammar and Composition by Wren & Martin
  • For General Knowledge: Pearson General Knowledge, Manorama Year Book, Lucent’s General Knowledge
  • For Aptitude: Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal
  • For Reasoning: Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal, Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey
  • For Fundamental Mathematics: NCERT, RS Aggarwal

CULEE 2020 Admit Card

The candidates will be able to download their e-admit card around 3-5 days before the date of exam. The CULEE admit card 2020 can be downloaded by using the candidates’ application number and date of birth. The date, place and time where the candidates have to appear for the entrance exam will be mentioned on their admit card. The applicants must carry their admit card at the exam center or else they will be debarred from entering the examination hall.

CULEE Result 2020

The CULEE 2020 result will be declared in the form of selection list. This list will include the names of the applicants who are declared as qualified. The selected candidates will then have to complete the admission formalities as per the schedule communicated to them through the official website. The candidates should report for admission in person along with the important documents (in original and one set of photocopy).


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