MH CET law entrance exam 2017: Admit cards released today
The admit card for Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MH CET) 2017 for law is now available on their official website http://dhepune.gov.in/.
The candidates who want to registered themselves for 3 years or 5 years LLB course can now download the admit card through an easy process.
The students aiming to sit for Common Entrance Test (CET) organized by Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra for admission in 3 years or 5 years LLB course across the state can now download the admit card on the website http://dhepune.gov.in/.
The entrance exam for both the courses will take place on May 21, 2017 and the students can download the admit card till this date. The result is likely to be announced on May 30, 2017.
The last date of filling the application forms was extended to May 1 for both the courses after receiving requests from students and parents.
Here is the process to download the admit card:
Go to the website: http://dhepune.gov.in/
Click on links: 'LLB- 3 YEAR CET 2017 Hall Ticket' or 'LLB- 5 YEAR CET 2017 Hall Ticket' under 'news and orders' depending on which course you have applied for.
Login with id and password created at the time of registration.
Click on the appropriate link to download the admit card and do not forget to get it printed while going for the entrance.
The syllabus for the three year LLB entrance exam includes legal aptitude, legal reasoning, general knowledge with current affairs, logical and analytical reasoning and English. The syllabus for the five year LLB entrance exam includes all of the above mentioned subjects and Mathematics.
Candidates had to pay an application fee of Rs. 650 (for general category) and (Rs. 350 for SC, ST and reserved categories of Maharashtra State) while registering themselves for the entrance exam through online mode.
Exam pattern and rules
The MH CET Law entrance will be conducted online and continue for two hours (120 minutes). The students will have an option to choose between English and Marathi as the languages in which they will answer questions in the examination. The exam will comprise of 150 multiple-choice answer options, carrying total 150 marks.
Reservation and affiliated institutes
85 per cent of the total seats are reserved for students from Maharashtra and the students clearing the entrance test can seek admission to the following Institutes: All Government Colleges offering LLB 3/ 5 Year Integrated Course, all Government Aided Colleges (including Minority) offering LLB 3/5Year Integrated Course, all University Departments offering LLB 3/5 Year integrated Course, all University Managed Institutes offering LLB 3/5 Year Integrated Course and all Unaided colleges (including Minority) offering LLB 3/5 Year Integrated Course, covered as per the Act.