AILET 2023 – The registration are going on which have started from 07 September 2022. However, the respective authority has not yet set its deadline. An aspirant will be eligible to get admission to National Law University all over India once qualified for the entrance exam. AILET 2023 will be conducted in offline mode throughout the country. Aspirants will get admission in 5 years integrated BA LLB program, LLM & PhD program through AILET but in this article, we will discuss only BA LLB program.
What is AILET?
AILET or all India law entrance test is a national-level entrance exam which is conducted by the National Law University (NLU) only once a year. It is held to select interested aspirants for BA LLB through AILET. Every year around 20,000 aspirants appear in the entrance exam.
AILET 2023 Important Link
Here is given all the important links, aspirants can use these links according to their situation.
|AILET Official website||Click Here|
|Apply now||Click Here|
|Login Portal||Click Here|
|Help desk||Click Here|
AILET 2023 Important Date
Here given all the important dates aspirants have to proceed accordingly.
|AILET exam date notification||01 September 2022|
|Online applications||07 September 2022|
|Last date to fill out the form||November 2022|
|Application fee payment||November 2022|
|Application correction window||November 2022|
|Admit cards||November/December 2022|
|AILET exam||11 December 2022|
|Answer key||11 December 2022 to 12-Dec-2022|
|Final Answer Key||December 2022|
|Result for BA LLB (Hons) and LLM||December 2022|
AILET 2023 Eligibility criteria
Before filling out the form, the candidates have to check the eligibility criterion which is given below.
- Aspirants must have passed in class 10th and 12th from any recognised board.
- 50% marks are required in the qualifying exam.
AILET 2023 Admission Procedure
Aspirants have to fill out the online application form of AILET by visiting the official website of NLU. After that candidate, ‘s have to download their admit card of AILET from the official website and then appear in the exam after that result of AILET will be declared and the candidate will get admission according to the merit list.
AILET 2023 Application form
The application form of AILET is released online on the official website of the National Law University of Delhi. To fill out the online application form first candidate has to visit the official website and then click on the new registration. Then enter the course name that is BA LLB and then enter the following detail name, email id and mobile number and then clicks on the generate OTP after that candidate have to fill the entire required detail like personal detail, contact detail, family detail & qualification detail as well as a candidate have to select 3 examination centre and after that candidates have to upload the required document and then pay the online application fees by using the net banking debit card credit card
AILET 2023 Application form fees
The following are the category-wise application form fees.
|ST/SC BPL Candidate||No Fee|
AILET 2023 Admit Card
AILET Admit card will be released on the official website prior to the exam. To download the admit card, log in to the portal by entering your username and password. Admit card contains a date, time & venue of AILET exam. Candidates have to read and follow all the instructions.
AILET 2023 Result
The result of AILET will be declared approx 01 or 02 weeks after the exam. It contains marks and the rank of candidates. To check the result, visit the official website and log in to the portal.
AILET 2023 Exam pattern
Candidates must know their exam pattern which is given below
- The examination will be pen and paper-based.
- The whole question paper will be in English language only.
- Objective-type questions will be asked in the exam
- The duration of the paper will be of 90 minutes
- A total of 150 question will be asked in the exam
- 1 mark will be awarded for each correct answer and 0.25 marks will be detected for each incorrect answer.
- The whole paper will be divided into 5 section
- English Language
- Current Affairs & General knowledge
- Logical reasoning
|Sections||No. of Question|
|Current Affairs & General Knowledge||30|
AILET 2023 Syllabus
The level of question will be easy to moderate and the syllabus of AILET is given below
vocabulary, Idioms, figures of speech, parts of speech, spotting errors, subject-verb agreement, antonyms, words usage, synonyms, grammar, reading comprehension, Punctuation, Sentence rearrangement etc
Legal Aptitude – law of crimes, legal awareness, contracts & constitutional law, international law, torts, criminal law, Indian Constitution etc, Critical Reasoning – Puzzle Test/ Arrangement, Direction Sense Test, clock & Calendar, Coding & Decoding, Series, Blood relations, Mathematical Operations, Analogy etc, Arguments, Assumption, Statement & Conclusion, Cause & Effect, Inference, Assertion & Reason, Courses of Action, Syllogisms etc.
Current Affairs & General Knowledge
Current Affairs – Important Bills or National/state Amendments, Supreme and High court updates, Commissions etc, General Knowledge – History, Economy, Geography, Civics, UN bodies, General science, geography etc, Awards, Business, Space & Defence, Static GK.
AILET 2023 Preparation Tips & Books
The following are the preparation tips for AILET exam.
- Build a timeline as a constructive strategy.
- Practising simulated examinations and question papers from past years.
- Investing in high-quality, dependable study materials.
- Understand the format of the exam.
- Understand the grading system.
- Practice and think about it.
AILET Preparation Books 2023
The following are the name and publishers of AILET preparation books.
|Name & Author||Link|
|English Reading Comprehension by Arun||Click Here|
|English Reading Comprehension by S.P. Bakshi||Click Here|
|Current Affairs notes||Click Here|
|Critical Reasoning – M.K Pandey||Click Here|
|Critical Reasoning – Wiley GMAT||Click Here|
|Legal Aptitude AP Bharadwaj||Click Here|
|Logical Reasoning – Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning by R S Aggarwal||Click Here|
AILET 2023 Exam centres
Here are given the list of exam centres.
|S.N.o.||Exam City||S.No.||Exam City|
AILET 2023 Cut off
The following is the expected cutoff of AILET 2023.
|Category||2021||Cut off (Tentative)|
|Unreserved||95||90 – 110+|
|EWS||75||85 – 90+|
|OBC-NC||70||80 – 88+|
|SC||65||67 – 75+|
|ST||66||58 – 65+|
|PwD||45||55 – 75+|
|KM||35||65 – 75+|
|Resident of J&K||45||80 – 90+|
AILET 2023 Seat matrix
Here are given the category-wise seat matrix, which candidates can check.
|Category||No. of seats|
|Jammu & Kashmir||2|
AILET 2023 Fee structure
The average fee for 5 years of integrated BA LLB is Rs. 1,86,000/- per annum including various fees like tuition fee, campus development fund fee, admission Fee, student welfare fund, Hostel fee, mess fee etc.
|NLU Fees Components||BA LLB Fees for Indian Nationals (in INR )|
|Campus development fund fees||5,000 (one time)|
|Admission fee||2,500 (one time)|
|Student Welfare fund||2,500|
|Reading material fee||2,500|
|Sports and games facilities fees||3,000|
|Moot courts, seminars, workshops etc.||5,000|
|Room rent/ hostel fee||18,000|
|Hostel facilities fee||20,000|
|Library deposit||5,000 (one time)|
|Hostel deposit||5,000 (one time)|
|Mess deposit||5,000 (one time)|
AILET exam score accepting colleges 2023
Here are given the list of participating institutes which accept the rank card of AILET.
|2.||School of Law, The NorthCap University|
|3.||ISME Law College|
|4.||Faculty of Law, Jagannath University Bahadurgarh|
|5.||School of Law, Ansal University|
|6.||Faculty of Law, SRM University Sonepat|
|7.||Institute of Law and Legal Studies, SAGE University|
AILET 2023 Help desk
If the candidate gets stuck in any kind of trouble, then they can get the solution to their problem by contacting the below details. Candidate can contact on working days from 09:00 am to 06:00 pm
Frequently Asked Questions
Candidates must have passed the 10+2 examination with a minimum score of 50% to be eligible to take the AILET. Candidates who are taking their 10+2 exams in the year of the AILET can also apply, as long as they satisfy the aforementioned requirements at the time of admission.
National Law University, Delhi (NLU Delhi) administers the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) for admission to undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG), and doctoral (PhD) law programmes. This is a national-level entrance test for admission to NLU Delhi’s legal programmes solely.
On the official website of NLU Delhi, candidates may apply for AILET 2023 in an online format.
The legal entrance test is administered in an offline format, which means that applicants get a question paper and must mark their replies on an OMR sheet.
Yes, 0.25 points are subtracted from the overall score for each incorrect attempt. Each right answer is worth one mark.