IPU CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2017 – The application process for IPU CET Law 2017 has commenced and the candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria of the test can start applying. The IPU CET Law 2017 eligibility criteria are the minimum norms that the candidates must possess to be eligible to apply for the test. It must be noted that the applicants failing to meet any of the eligibility criteria of IPU CET Law 2017, will be disqualified before or during the counselling rounds. The application form is available online and the candidates who have passed their Class 12 final exam with at least 50% as aggregate marks can apply from this article. The last date to apply for the test is April 18, while the IPU CET Law 2017 will be held on May 06, 2017. Go through this article for more details about the IPU CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2017. Also, the candidates can apply for the test from this article.
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About the IPU CET Law Eligibility Criteria
It is the responsibility of the candidate to make sure that they fulfill all the eligibility criteria for IPU CET Law 2017. If the candidates fail to meet any of the norms and apply for the test, then their candidature will be cancelled. It must be noted that the application fee for IPU CET Law is non-refundable. The candidates submitting the incomplete forms are also ineligible for the entrance test.
Check the IPU CET Law 2017 eligibility norms from the points given below –
- The candidates must have passed the class 12th board exam or equivalent from a recognized board or University.
- The minimum required aggregate marks in the qualifying exam are 50%
- Also, the candidates must have passed English as a core or elective or functional subject in the Class 12th board or equivalent exam.
- There is no upper limit for age to apply for the test.
The candidates who fulfill all the eligibility norms can apply for the test. The registration process is expected to commence from the last week of January 2017. The test will be held in a pen-paper based mode for admission into the BA LLB and BBA LLB programmes of the test.
The law aspirants willing to take admission into the GGSIPU LLB programmes are required to appear for the CET. The admission into the law programmes will be based on the merit or rank of the candidates in the CET.
As mentioned above, the application form of IPU CET Law is available online and the candidates can access the same from the link provided above. To apply for the test, first, the candidates must register by entering the required details. Only after successful registration, the candidates will be able to access the application form. While entering the details in the registration and application form, the candidates must make sure that the details are error free. In the case of any error in the application details, the candidates will be disqualified from the test. It must be noted that that, incomplete forms will be rejected and the University won’t accept any request regarding the same.