MH CET Law 2024: Application Form, Important Dates, Eligibility Criteria, Syllabus

The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra is the respective authority that organizes MH CET Law officially known as Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law every year. It is a state-level entrance exam conducted for admission to 3-year LLB degree and 5-year LLB degree courses.

The MH CET Law is organized in online mode. Selected candidates will get admission to various private as well as government colleges across the state of Maharashtra. Interested and eligible candidates must submit their application form on or before the due date. Candidates can check the complete details regarding MH CET Law from the article below.

MH CET Law 2024 Important Dates

Aspirants can check the tentative schedule for MH CET Law for 3-year LLB degree and 5-year LLB degree courses from the table below.

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MH CET Law eventsTentative schedule for 3-year LLBTentative schedule for 5-year LLB
Availability of Application FormMarch 2024March 2024
Last date to submit the application formMarch 2024March 2024
Correction facilityMarch 2024March 2024
Release of admit cardApril 2024March 2024
Date of MH CET Law examMay 2024April 2024
Announcement of resultJune 2024May 2024
Process of counsellingJune 2024June 2024

MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria

Aspirants should satisfy the MH CET law eligibility criteria before applying for the exam. The details regarding MH CET Law eligibility criteria are provided below.

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Law coursesRequired Eligibility
3-year LLB courseCandidates must have cleared bachelor’s degree in any stream with a minimum of 45% marks (42% for OBC and SBC category, and 40% for SC/ ST candidates)
5-year LLB courseCandidates must have cleared the 12th level examination with no less than 45% marks (42% for the OBC category, and 40% for SC/ ST candidates)

MH CET Law Application Form

The authority will release the application form through online mode. Interested and eligible candidates must fill out the application form as per the prescribed schedule.

To register for the exam, candidates should open the online link for MH CET Law Registration and complete the registration by providing basic details.

After the successful registration, candidates must fill out the application form with details such as personal, academic, etc.

Candidate should upload the scanned copy of the photograph and signature as per the prescribed format.

Applicants should pay the required application fee through online mode.

Take the printout of the application form for future use.

MH CET Law participating institutes

Solapur University

Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University

Government Law College, Mumbai

Smt Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Womens University

Rastrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University

Shivaji University

Gondwana University

Swami Ramananad Teerth Marathwada University

North Maharashtra University

Phule Pune University

MH CET Law 2024 Exam Pattern

The details regarding the MH CET Law exam pattern are provided below.

Mode of examOnline
Type of questionsMultiple-Choice Questions (MCQs)
Total marks150
Total number of questions150
Duration of exam2 hours
Marking criteria+1 for each correct response No negative marking
SubjectsFor both courses- General Knowledge with Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning, Logical and Analytical Reasoning, English Mathematical Aptitude is the additional subject in 5-Year LLB Course.

Subject-wise weightage of questions along with marks are mentioned below.

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For a 3-year LLB Course

SubjectTotal number of questionsTotal marks
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning3030
Logical and Analytical Reasoning3030
General Knowledge with Current Affairs4040
English5050

For a 5-year LLB Course

SubjectTotal number of questionsTotal marks
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning4040
Logical and Analytical Reasoning4040
General Knowledge with Current Affairs3030
English3030
Basic mathematics1010

MH CET Law Syllabus 2024

The syllabus for MH CET Law 2024 will be divided into 3 subjects for a 5-year LLB course and 4 subjects for a 3-year LLB degree. Candidates must check the important topics for the MH CET syllabus from the table below.

SubjectsTopics
Legal Aptitude and Legal ReasoningIndian Constitution, Indian Contract Act, Family Law, Important Landmark, Law of Torts, Supreme Court Judgement, Legal Fundamentals and terms, Legal Maxims, Indian Penal code
EnglishAntonyms, Analogies, Vocabulary, Synonyms, English Usage errors, Proficiency, Idioms and Phrases, English Comprehension, One Word Substitutions, Spelling mistakes, Spotting errors, etc.
Logical and Analytical ReasoningWide analogies, applying principles or rules, drawing well-supported conclusions, completing arguments, reasoning by analogy, relationship and to draw logical conclusions, set of statements, and things or events
Mathematical AptitudeTime and Work, Profit and Loss, Speed and Distance, Venn Diagram, Algebra, etc.

 MH CET Law Admit Card

The authority will release MH CET Law 2024 Admit card through online mode. Candidates who registered for the exam can download the admit card from the official website by using their registration number, roll number, and date of birth.

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It is expected that the admit card will be released in March 2024 for 5-year LLB & 3-year LLB courses. The MH CET Law Hall ticket will include all exam-related details including the candidate’s name & roll number, date & time for the exam, venue for exam, and exam instructions.

Applicants must bring the admit card while appearing at the examination center. No candidates will be allowed to enter the examination hall without a valid admit card.

MH CET Law 2024 Result

The authority will announce the MH CET Law Result separately for both the offered LLB courses. Candidates will be able to download their exam scores from the candidate’s portal by using their registration number/roll number.

The scorecard for both LLB degree courses will include details such as the candidate’s name, score, roll number, all-India rank, and category rank. It will be displayed in the form of a merit list. Candidates are advised to take the printout of the application form result cum scorecard and keep it safe for future use.

MH CET Law Counselling

The State Common Entrance Test (CET) will conduct the MH CET Law counselling for 3-year and 5-year courses separately. The process of counselling will be started most likely in June 2024 through online mode. The qualified candidates will be called for counselling based on their merit rank.

Candidates must appear at the counselling process as per the given schedule. Selection of candidates will be done at the time of counselling on the basis of MH CET Law rank and availability of seats.

After the allotment of seats, candidates will have to report at the allotted centre along with their original documents for the verification process.

MH CET Law Contact Details

Helpline Number: 020-67635999

CET Helpline Number: 9892892383 / 8657524675/8657524676

Technical Support email: [email protected], [email protected]

Official Website: http://cetcell.mahacet.org/

FAQs

What is the last date to apply for MH CET Law Exam 2024?

The official schedule has not been announced yet. However, it is expected that the exam will be held in March 2024.

Is there any upper age limit for the MH CET law exam?

No, there will be no upper-age criteria for the law exam.

Is there any negative marking in the MH CET Law exam?

No, there will be no provision for negative marking.

What is a good score for the MH CET Law exam?

For the general category, a score between 115 to 120 is considered a good score.

Is MH CET Law hard to crack?

The difficulty level of the exam is moderate to tough.

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