Law Admission in Maharashtra 2017
Maharashtra was formed on the 1st May 1960. Mumbai is the capital city of Maharashtra. Nagpur is the second capital city of Maharashtra. It is the home of many educational institutions in the field of law. Maharashtra literacy rate is 82.34 % as per 2011 census. Here, we are providing the detailed information regarding to the Law Admission in Maharashtra 2017.
Law Admission Notification 2017:
MH CET Law 2017 Counselling for 5 year Law courses has been started from 14th June 2017. Click here for MH CET Law 2017.
CLAT 2017 Counselling Procedure has been started from 6th June 2017. Click here for CLAT 2017.
BVP University organizes BVP CET examination for providing admission in law courses. Application Form is running now. Click here for BVP CET 2017.
Candidates will get admission into law colleges of Maharashtra through the national level exam, state level exam, university level exam or direct admission. The exams score cards accepted by the colleges are CLAT 2017 & MH CET Law 2017. Some of the universities conduct its own entrance test for admission into law courses in the affiliated colleges & its university. The universities also provide a direct admission facility on the basis of merit.
Admissions Closing Shortly
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Law (MH CET Law) is a state level entrance exam. It is supervised by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra. MH CET Law is organizing for admission into 3/5 years LLB courses in Maharashtra law colleges. The entrance exam is conducting in the month of June.
Top Law Colleges in Maharashtra
Maharashtra houses prestigious law institutions which offers integrated, UG & PG courses. Some of the top law colleges in Maharashtra are Government Law College, Symbiosis Law School, ILS Law College, S. S. Maniyar Law College, Dr. Ambedkar College of Law, Dayanand College of Law, etc.
Law Admission 2017
Candidates can apply for MH CET Law through online mode in the June month. Candidates can register till first week of June 2017. All the candidates have to meet the given eligibility criteria for Law Admission in Maharashtra 2017. The eligibility criteria are:
- Candidates must have complete 10+2 or equivalent examination to get admission into integrated law courses.
- Candidates have to pass a graduation degree for admission into LLB course.
- The minimum qualifying percentage is 45% for General category & 40% for reserved category.
- For admission into LLM programme, candidates have to pursue 3 or 5 years LLB degree.
- There is no age limit for admission into law courses.
Candidates who qualify the MH CET Law exam or University level exam, they have to appear in the counselling procedure for seat allotment. The counselling will be conducted through Centralized Admission Process (CAP) in online mode. The seat will be allotted on the basis of the performance in the entrance exam & seat availability. The selection of candidates through direct admission will be based on the merit list & university norms. Candidates have to fill the admission form for direct admission.
Here, we have listed the documents required at the time of counselling process:
- High School Passing Certificate.
- Intermediate Passing Certificate.
- Graduation Mark Sheets (If applicable).
- Admit Card (Entrance Exam).
- Rank Card (Entrance Exam).
- Domicile Certificate.
- Category Certificate.
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