NLU Delhi has released the fourth merit list of AILET 2020 for LLM on October 19, 2020. The third merit list for LLM was out on October 16. NLU Delhi released the second merit list of AILET 2020 on October 14, 2020. Thefirst merit list of AILETwas released on the official website for BA LLB and LLM programmes on October 10, 2020, and on October 11, 2020, respectively.
AILET 2020 was conducted successfully on September 26, 2020, and the result of AILET 2020 has been released on October 4, 2020. The AILET 2020 results for both BA LL.B and LL.M have been announced. The counselling schedule of AILET 2020 has also been released and it has commenced from October 9, 2020. The candidates can find the paper analysis of the exam by clicking on the link below. The answer key and question paper of AILET 2020 have also been provided. AILET 2020 answer key had been released on September 29, 2020. The AILET 2020 answer key has been released separately for the BA LLB and the LLM programmes.
AILET 2020 Exam and Question Paper Analysis, Answer Key and Solutions
AILET 2020 admit card was released on September 15, 2020. However, the NTA had also provided the exam centre changing facility for AILET 2020 admit card download and the aspirants who downloaded AILET 2020 admit card until September 18 with city and centre change preferences had to download it again as the number of test centres had been increased. The admit card downloaded after September 18 was only considered valid. Candidates could download the AILET 2020 admit card till September 23, 2 pm.
To download the admit card of AILET 2020, candidates had to first select the test city and centre and then download it. This was the first time that candidates were given a chance to select the exact exam centre location for AILET 2020 and this had been done to ensure that candidates stay safe amid COVID-19 and don't have to travel to faraway centres to appear for the exam.
AILET 2020 was conducted on September 26, 2020, as a computer-based test (CBT) across various centres in India. NLU-D had also decided to open a facility for applicants to withdraw their AILET application forms in view of changes in the seat matrix, reservation policy and the change in the mode of AILET 2020 from pen and paper (offline) to remotely-proctored test (RPT).
National Law University, Delhi (NLU-D) conducts All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) for aspirants of law in India every year. After cracking the exam, students can take admission to 5-Year BA LLB (Hons.) programme and 1-Year LLM offered by NLU Delhi. The process of admission is completely merit-based, as candidates are shortlisted based on their AILET scores.
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