AILET Result 2017

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AILET Result 2017AILET Result 2017 – National Law University (NLU) has announced the result of All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2017 on May 24. The result is available online. Along with the category wise lists, the NLU has also released the first merit list of the selected candidates. The candidates in the merit list have been provisionally selected for the 5 year integrated B.A LL.B (Hons.) Degree Programme of NLU Delhi. In total, 73 candidates have been selected for admissions in the 5 year law programme. It must be noted that inter-se merit of some of the candidates who have secured same marks in the AILET 2017 will be decided on the basis of 10+2 marks. These candidates will have to submit their 10+2 mark sheets. These candidates will be notified about their admission status on June 3, 2017. The AILET result 2017 was earlier scheduled to be announced on May 18. However, it was postponed to May 24. In this article, the candidates can find complete information on the result of AILET 2017.

 

Steps to access the AILET 2017 Result

To download the AILET Result 2017, the candidates can follow the steps given below –

  • Click on the link provided in the article.
  • On clicking, the result page will be displayed and the candidates can look up for their name, roll number and score.
  • Download the PDF and keep a copy of it for future reference.
AILET Result 2017 Links
First Merit List of Selected Candidates Click here
AILET-2017Result (Roll Number Wise) Click here 
AILET-2017Result (General Category) Click here 
AILET-2017Result (Scheduled Caste Category) Click here  
AILET-2017Result (Scheduled Tribe Category) Click here  
AILET-2017Result (Persons With Disabilities) Click here  
AILET-2017Result (Kashmiri Migrants) Click here  
AILET-2017 Result (Resident of Jammu & Kashmir)  Click here 

 

AILET Result 2017 & Scorecard Details

The admission into the B.A., LL.B (Hons.) programmes of the National Law University, Delhi will be purely based on merit i.e. the scores obtained in AILET 2017. The scores will be the minimum eligibility criteria to get selected into the programmes and will vary with the respective categories of the candidates. The minimum required marks for the different category are provided in the table below –

Category of the candidates Minimum required marks
General category 60
Persons with Disabilities 60
Kashmiri migrants 60
Scheduled Caste 45
Scheduled Tribes 45

AILET 2017 result furnishes the following details of the candidates –

  • Roll Number
  • Name
  • Father’s/Mother’s/Guardian’s Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Gender
  • Category
  • Marks obtained

The result for AILET is available online according to the following categories –

  • The first merit of selected candidates.
  • Marks wise result
  • Roll number wise result
  • Results for the candidates applying under General category
  • Results for the candidates applying under Scheduled Caste category
  • Results for the candidates applying under Scheduled Tribe category
  • Results for the candidates applying under Persons with Disability category
  • Results for the candidates applying under Kashmiri Migrants category

The first merit list of selected candidates contains the details of the candidates selected for admission through AILET 2017. Also, it gives the count of the total number of candidates selected and the candidates selected in each category.

AILET tie-breaking method

If two or more candidates obtain the same score as per the AILET 2017 Result, then the merit will be determined according to the percentage of marks obtained by the candidates in their Class 12th board exam or Higher Secondary School or its equivalent from a recognized board/University. In the General Category, 1o candidates are to be selected from 13 candidates who have secured equal marks i.e. 89.

Availability of seats

Every year, the National Law University, Delhi admits only 81 students into its B.A. LL.B (Hons.) programmes. Here, 10 seats are reserved for foreign nationals, while 15% are reserved for SC category candidates, 7.5% for ST and 3% for PwD category candidates. For the Kashmiri migrants, 1 seat is reserved.

Bitupan Boruah

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