AILET Cutoff 2018

May 24, 2017 Team EC

AILET Cutoff 2018AILET Cutoff 2018 – National Law University (NLU), Delhi will be conducting All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) on May 6, 2018. Test takers must obtain the minimum qualifying AILET cutoff 2018 scores i.e. General, Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) category must secure 60 and 45 marks respectively to qualify in the exam. However, qualifying in the test does not guarantee that candidates will be shortlisted for the counselling rounds. AILET cutoff 2018 scores to get shortlisted for the counselling rounds will be released along with the result. Last year, the AILET cutoff scores based on which candidates will be shortlisted was 89 for the General, 71 for the SC and 68 for the ST category candidates. Based on factors like the exam’s difficulty level, seats available and total number of test takers, NLU Delhi will prepare AILET cut off 2018. Know more about AILET cutoff 2018 from this article.

What is AILET cut off 2018?

There are two types of AILET cutoff, which are -

  • Qualifying cutoff: All the test takers are required to obtain this particular AILET cutoff score to pass the exam
  • Shortlisting cutoff: To get shortlisted for the AILET counselling 2018 rounds, candidates must secure this cutoff scorecard

Note: Test takers appearing for DU LLB must make sure that they securing any of the above AILET cutoff score does not guarantee a seat in the University. The shortlisted candidates must participate in the counselling rounds, pay the fee and produce their documents to complete the admission process.

AILET qualifying cutoff score

The table below provides the AILET cutoff percentage (to qualify the exam) for all the categories

Category Qualifying AILET cutoff 2018
Unreserved 40%
Other Backward Class (OBC) 40%
Scheduled Caste (SC) 30%
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 30%

AILET Cutoff scores to get shortlisted for the counselling rounds

The table below provides the previous year’s AILET cutoff scores based on which candidates were shortlisted for the counselling rounds

S.No. Candidate’s Category AILET cutoff scores 2017
1. Unreserved 89
2. Kashmiri Migrants 81
3. Residents of Jammu and Kashmir 78
4. Persons with Disabilities (PwD) 74
5. Scheduled Caste 71
6. Scheduled Tribe 68

Previous years’ AILET cutoff scores

Category AILET cutoff 2016 AILET cutoff 2015 AILET cutoff 2014
General 106 98 103
Kashmiri Migrants 76 82 101
Scheduled Castes 85 75 85
Scheduled Tribes 83 72 80
Persons with Disability 78 85 83

Factors affecting AILET cutoff 2018

NLU Delhi will be preparing AILET cutoff 2018 scores to shortlist candidates for the counselling rounds on the basis of the following factors -

  • Difficulty level of All India Law Entrance Test 2018
  • Total number of seats in NLU Delhi
  • Total number of candidates appearing for the test

Seat Matrix of NLU Delhi

There are 80 BA LLB seats in National Law University (NLU), Delhi. Out of these, 10 seats are reserved for Foreign Nationals while the remaining 70 seats will be allotted on the basis of AILET result 2018. NLU Delhi strictly abides by the reservation norms as prescribed by the Government of India. The table below provides the reservation norms of the university -

Category Reservation of seats
Scheduled Caste 15%
Scheduled Tribe 7.5%
Persons with Disabilities 3%
Migrants from Kashmir 1 seat
Jammu and Kashmir 2 seats

About AILET 2018

All India Law Entrance Test is a national level law entrance test held for admission to the BA LLB seats of National Law University, Delhi. AILET 2018 will be held in a paper-based mode and it will contain 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and the duration of the test is 1 hour 30 minutes. The questions will be based on various topics, such as Logical Reasoning, English, Legal Aptitude, Basic Mathematics and General Knowledge. The result will be available online in a pdf format and will provide the candidate’s details and marks obtained in the test. Soon after the announcement of the result, the university will release the list of candidates shortlisted for the counselling rounds. To complete the admission process, these selected candidates are required to visit the respective venue along with the required documents.

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