Army Institute of Law 2017

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Army Institute of Law 2017Army Institute of Law 2017 – The schedule for Law Entrance Test (LET) 2017, to be held by Army Institute of Law (AIL) has been released. The Army Institute of Law has issued the prospectus and application form on May 30, 2017. The LET 2017 is scheduled to be held on July 02, (11:00 am to 01:00 pm) in online mode. Test will be held for admission to the 80 5-years BA LLB seats. The end date to apply for the test without paying any fine is June 19, 2017. The application form is available online and for convenience of the candidates, a link is provided on this page. Candidates must enter all the application details carefully and submit the form on or before the last date. Only the candidates who have applied for the test within the end date will be able to appear for the test. Also, the applicants are advised to check the eligibility norms of the test before filling in the application. If the applicants fail to meet any of the eligibility criteria of the test, then they will be disqualified on or before the deadline. Go through this page for more details on Army Institute of Law 2017, dates, eligibility criteria, application form, syllabus, etc.
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Army Institute of Law Dates 2017

The schedule for AIL LET 2017 has been released. Law aspirants applying for the test are advised to get familiar with the important dates to avoid missing deadlines. If the candidates miss any of the deadlines, then they will be disqualified from the test. Check the list of Army Institute of Law Dates 2017 from the table below –

Army Institute of Law Dates 2017
S.No. AIL LET Events Dates
1. Issuance of prospectus and application form May 30, 2017
2. End date to apply (without late fee) June 19, 2017
3. End date to apply (with late fee of Rs. 1000/-) June 23, 2017
4. Issuance of admit card Last week of June 2017
5. Test will be held on July 02, 2017 (11:00 am to 1:00 pm)
6. Announcement of result Last week of July 2017

 Army Institute of Law – General Facts

  • Name of the Exam – Army Institute of Law Entrance Test
  • Commonly known as – LET
  • Level of Exam – National Level
  • Conducting body – Army Institute of Law

Army Institute of Law Eligibility Criteria 2017

The AIL 2017 aspirants must make sure that they fulfill all the eligibility norms of the exam. If the candidates fail to meet any of the eligibility norms, then their candidature will be cancelled. While filling in the application form, the candidates must note that the following points –

  • The candidates who are appearing for the final year of the qualifying exam must make sure that they score the minimum required cutoff scores.
  • The candidates qualifying in their Class 10 + 2 compartmental exams are not eligible to take admission.
  • The candidates whose results are delayed must make sure that they apply for apply for the provisional pass certificate from their respective schools or Institutes.

Army Institute of Law Application Form 2017

The application form for AIL LET 2017 will be available only in online mode and the candidates can access the same from this article. The candidates must make sure that they fill in the application form before the deadline. In order to start the application process, the candidates must make sure that they register for the test. After successful registration, the candidates will be provided with the login credentials. Once the candidates successfully log in, then they will be able to access the application form.

Army Institute of Law 2017 Application Fee

The registration fee for AIL entrance test 2017 is Rs. 3000/- and it can be paid via online as well as offline mode. To pay the fee via online mode, the candidates can opt for Internet Banking, Debit card and credit card. Now to pay the application fee via offline mode, the candidates must deposit the cash at any State bank of Patiala branch. Once the candidates pay the online fee, the candidates are advised to print the transaction record.

Army Institute of Law Reservation Norms 2017

For the LL.B programmes of the Army Institute of Law 2017, the reservation of seats are as follows –

AIL Reservation Norms 2017
S.No. Category Seats Reserved
1. Wards of Army Personnel 60
2. Punjab Resident Civil Category 16
3. All India Civil Category 04
Total 80

Admission Process –

  • The 60 seats under the Wards of Army Personnel category will be filled on the basis of candidate’s score in the entrance test conducted by the Institute under the aegis of AWES.
  • The unreserved category or the All India Civil Category will also be filled on the basis of the same entrance test score.
  • The remaining 16 seats under the Punjab Category will be based on the candidate’s Class 10 + 2 merit.

Army Institute of Law Test Centres 2017

While filling in the application form, The details about the venue of the test will be available on the admit card of the test. On the day of the test, the candidates must make sure that they carry the hall ticket along with a valid photo ID to the exam venue. While filling in the application form of AIL LET 2017, the candidates must enter their preference for their exam centre. The following are the exam cities where the test will be held –

  • Pathankot
  • Ambala Cantt.
  • Bangalore
  • Delhi
  • Jodhpur
  • Lucknow
  • Kolkata
  • Pune
  • Guwahati
  • Secunderabad
  • Mohali

Army Institute of Law Admit Card 2017

The admit card of the Army Institute of Law 2017 will be available only in online mode and the candidates can access the same from this article. The candidates must make sure that they download the AIL 2017 admit card and make sure that the details furnished by it are error free. Also, the candidates must make sure that they carry the same to the exam hall along with a valid photo ID. The candidates who are failing to produce the admit card to the exam invigilator will not be allowed to enter the exam hall and write the test. Even after the conduct of the test, the candidates must make sure that they keep the admit card safe.

Army Institute of Law Exam Pattern 2017

The entrance test will be held in a paper-based test and the medium of the test will be English. There will be a total of 200 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and the candidates will be provided only 120 minutes (2 hours). For each correct answer, the candidates will be awarded 1 mark and there is no negative marking for the wrong answer.

Army Institute of Law Syllabus 2017

The law aspirants appearing for LET 2017 must make sure that they are familiar with the syllabus of the test. With the help of the syllabus of AIL 2017 entrance test, the candidates will become familiar with the various topics and sub-topics. Also, the candidates can avoid wasting time on unnecessary topics. The difficulty level of the test will be of Class 10 + 2 standards. The questions in the test will be based on the various topics –

  • Mental Ability
  • General Knowledge & Current Affairs
  • Law Aptitude
  • General English

Army Institute of Law Result 2017

The result for Army Institute LET 2017 will be available online and the candidates can access the same by clicking on the link provided above. To access the result, the candidates are required to log in by entering the required credentials. Only after successful login, the candidates will be able to check the merit list. The first 100 candidates (in order of the merit list) will be called to fill up the seats under the All India Civil and Wards of Army Personnel category. For more details on the AIL LET result, the candidates can click on the sub-heading above.

Army Institute of Law 2017 Cutoff

The candidates with the higher marks in the entrance exam will be secure higher rank. In order of the merit list, only the first 100 candidates will be shortlisted for admission into the 60 seats under Army Personnel category and 04 seats under the All India Civil category.

Army Institute of Law Counselling 2017

As mentioned above, 100 candidates will be shortlisted for admission into the 60 seats under the Army Personnel category and 04 seats under the All India Civil category.

In the case of a tie, the candidates with the higher marks in the qualifying exam will be preferred. Even after this stage, the tie still exists, then the candidate who is older in age will be preferred.

Bitupan Boruah

Bitupan Boruah

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