MH-CET Law is State Level entrance exam for law aspirants. It is conducted by the State Common Entrance Test Cell. The examination is the sole criteria for admission in the 3 years LLB and 5 years integrated LLB courses offered at the various Law colleges in Maharashtra. It is an online test where candidates are required to answer 150 objective questions carrying 1 mark each in 2 hours.
This Common Entrance Test is conducted every year by directorate of technical education (DTE) Maharashtra for both the courses (3 yrs & 5 Yrs separately).
MH-CET LAW ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
- Qualification for LLB (3 Year): A candidate must pass in Graduation/Post Graduation in any discipline from any recognized university.
- Qualification for LLB (5 Year): A Candidate should have cleared 12th or equivalent exam from any recognized board.
- Percentage: 45% marks for general candidates and 40% marks for SC & ST candidates.
- Maximum Age: There is no maximum age limit for 5 year integrated law and 3 year law programme
MH CET Law Exam Pattern
SUBJECT-WISE SYLLABUS OF MH-CET LAW TEST
Legal Aptitude: This subject tests candidate’s interest towards study of law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. Questions are framed with the help of legal proposition and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied.
General Knowledge with Current Affairs: This test includes topic such as history, geography, general science, economics, civics and current affairs of the past one-two year. It assesses the candidate’s knowledge of the recent happening and awareness of the world. Current Affairs questions are from areas like government & politics, awards & honours, personalities, sports, world news & forums. Current Affairs require more of a general reading rather than topic focused preparation. Static GK question focus on trade economy, terminologies & Indian politics.
Logical and Analytical Reasoning:
- Logical Reasoning: This subject tests the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical link and syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, completing arguments, drawing well supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, applying principles or rules.
- Analytical Reasoning: This subject measures the ability to understand the structure of relationship and to draw logical conclusions about the structures.
English: Vocabulary (antonyms, synonyms and analogies etc) proficiency (one word substitution, idioms and phrases, sentence improvement and rearrangement, fill in the blanks etc) English usages, error (spotting errors, common errors, inappropriate usages of words, spelling mistakes etc) and English comprehension.
MH-CET LAW Online Application & Hall Ticket
Online application for MH-CET begins in the month of March and the Hall tickets are issued from April onwards.
MH-CET LAW EXAM DATES
- MH-CET Law exam for 3 years LLB is scheduled on 17th June, 2018
- MH-CET Law exam for 5 years LLB is scheduled on 22nd April, 2018
DECLARATION OF MH-CET LAW EXAM RESULT
MH-CET Law exam results are declared in the last week of June every year.