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The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on behalf of the National Law University (NLU), Delhi. It is a yearly exam, held for admission to both undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes.
In the wake of the current crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, AILET 2020 will now be conducted on September 26, 2020, in a centre based online test. Initially, AILET 2020 was to be conducted in a Remotely-Proctored Test (RBT) mode on August 18, 2020. However, the new notification released by NLU Delhi states that the exam will be conducted in various test centres. The interested candidates could apply for the exam until August 10, 2020, which has also been extended. AILET 2020 will be conducted in collaboration with the National Testing Agency (NTA).
Apart from NLU Delhi, a number of other private colleges also base their admissions on AILET scores. Students qualifying AILET can take admission in prestigious institutions such as Xavier University, SRM University, and more. Although primarily based on the score obtained in AILET, these institutions may also consider marks obtained in qualifying examinations or conduct a round of personal interview to select candidates. Read further to check out the entire list of private law colleges in India that accept AILET scores.
Private Law Colleges in India Accepting AILET Scores
Mentioned in the table below are the private colleges/universities that offer admission on the basis of AILET scores. Candidates may also look at other details such as location, recognition and approval, courses offered and course fee.
Name of the Institute
Approved and Recognised by
Course Fee (Approx.)
Xavier Law School, Xavier University
University Grants Commission (UGC) and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
INR 91,000 per year
AICTE and Bar Council of India (BCI)
INR 36,000 per year
UGC, BCI and Association of Indian Universities (AIU)
INR 1,25,000 to INR 1,45,000 per year
UGC, BCI, National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC)
INR 78,000 to INR 1,64,000 per year
UGC and AICTE
INR 2,13,000 per year
AILET Admission Process 2020
Here are the steps in detail that admission into private colleges through AILET scores would entail:
Candidates applying to these institutes need to check the eligibility criteria of the concerned programme. Only after they meet the same, should they apply for the programme.
As mentioned above, few institutes may conduct a round of personal interview to grant admission to candidates.
Candidates who are selected shall be intimated about their selection based on their AILET rank.
The applicants will then have to visit the counselling venue along with the required documents for verification.
After all the documents are verified and the candidate manages to fulfil the eligibility criteria, the institute will offer a seat to him/her.
Lastly, the candidate will be asked to book the seat by submitting the required admission fee.
Note: The admission process may vary from institute to institute.
Also Read: Difference Between CLAT, AILET and LSAT
Category-wise Expected AILET Cut-off 2020
Candidates seeking admission to top law institutes on the basis of AILET scores may have a look at the expected cut-off of AILET 2020. The same shall be updated as and when the AILET 2020 results are announced:
Category of the Candidate
Expected AILET Cut-off
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Persons with Disabilities (PwD
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir
Other Popular Private Law Colleges in India
Given below are some other options for law aspirants to pursue higher education in the field.
Kolkata, West Bengal
Also Read: AILET 2020 Important Dates
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