Scheduled for December 10, 2023, AILET 2024 undergoes a notable change in its exam pattern, now extending the duration to 120 minutes from the previous 90 minutes. The examination will adhere to an offline format, employing pen and paper, and encompass a total of 150 questions. The AILET 2024 examination will be conducted from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
AILET serves as the gateway for admission to BA LLB (Honors), LLM, and PhD courses. The written exam is scheduled from 11 am to 1 pm. The exam pattern entails three sections: English Language (50 marks), Current Affairs (30 marks), General Knowledge (30 marks), and Logical Reasoning (70 marks). Following the marking scheme, candidates earn one mark for each correct answer, while one-fourth marks are deducted for every incorrect response.
The B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) programme at the National Law University (NLU), Delhi, provides a total of 110+10 seats, where 110 seats are assigned based on AILET merit. Additionally, Foreign Nationals and OCI/PIO candidates can secure five seats each through direct admission based on merit, subject to having a minimum of 65% marks in the qualifying examination. Notably, Foreign Nationals/OCI/PIO candidates are exempted from the AILET. The programme also includes three extra seats – one for Kashmiri Migrants and two for residents of Jammu & Kashmir.
For the LL.M. one-year programme at NLU Delhi, a total of 70+10 seats are available, with 70 seats allocated based on AILET merit. Additionally, five seats each are reserved for Foreign Nationals and OCI/PIO candidates, offering direct admission based on merit, and they are exempt from the AILET. The programme features an extra supernumerary seat exclusively for Kashmiri Migrants.
The Ph.D. programme at NLU Delhi provides a total of 25+2 seats, with a breakdown including 5 seats for UGC-JRF, 16 seats based on AILET merit, and 4 seats for Fellowship through AILET Merit. Additionally, 2 seats are reserved for Foreign Nationals.
Direct link to download AILET 2024 Admit Card
How to download the AILET Admit Card 2024?
Step 1: Go to the official website of the National Law University (NLU), Delhi, at nationallawuniversitydelhi.in.
Step 2: Locate the candidate login portal on the website. Enter your login credentials, including the registered mobile number and password.
Step 3: Once logged in, find the section specifically designated for the AILET 2024 Admit Card.
Step 4: Input the necessary details such as application number, date of birth, or any other information prompted by the system.
Step 5: After entering the required details, click on the download or submit button to retrieve your AILET 2024 Admit Card.
Step 6: Double-check all the details on the admit card, including your name, photograph, examination centre, and timings. Report any discrepancies to the exam authorities if necessary.