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AILET 2022 Cut Off - Check Previous Year & Expected Cutoff

Updated By Debanjalee Sen on 08 Jun, 2022 19:40

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AILET 2022 Cutoff

National Law University Delhi (NLU-Delhi) releases the AILET Cutoff after the declaration of AILET 2022 result. The Cutoff marks are the minimum marks that the candidates should secure in AILET 2022 to take admission in NLU-Delhi. Candidates need to meet the cutoff score to secure seats in NLU-Delhi. The cut-off marks for BA LLB (Hons.) and Master of Law - LLM will be different and will also vary for different categories.  

The AILET 2022 cutoff is announced according to the following candidate categories- General, SC, ST, PwD, and Kashmiri Migrants. Based on the AILET 2022 Cutoff, the NLU-D also prepares an AILET 2022 merit list for qualified applicants. The merit list will be released marks-wise, roll number wise and category-wise. The Institution releases two types of cutoff, i.e. Qualifying Cut-off and Shortlisting Cut-off. In qualifying cutoff, all the candidates have to obtain a particular AILET 2022 cutoff score successfully to be considered for the further rounds of admission. The shortlisting AILET 2022 cutoff selects the candidates for the counselling rounds of AILET 2022.

NLU-Delhi finalizes the cutoff list and releases the admission date for the students in the first list. After the admission confirmation of the first list, the university announces the second list along with the AILET 2022 counselling date for the second list of students. The Cutoffs for AILET 2022 are published on the university's official website post the exam result.

AILET 2022 Expected Cutoff

At the time of AILET 2022 counselling and seat allocation, the National Law University Delhi will disclose the category-wise cutoff list for AILET BA LLB and LLM courses. Students who scored higher than the AILET cutoff 2022 for their category will be invited to attend counselling.  

We have provided the AILET 2022 projected (approx) cut off below:

Category

Cutoff for BA LLB

Cutoff for LLM

General

100 - 105

100 - 110

Scheduled Caste

70 - 75

75 – 80

Scheduled Tribe

60 - 65

72 – 76

OBC-Non Creamy Layer

80 - 85

90 – 95

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AILET 2022 Cutoff Dates

AILET 2022  Events

Dates (Tentative)

AILET 2022 Result

July 2022

AILET 2022 Cutoff

To be Announced

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How to Check AILET 2022 Cutoff

Here are some simple steps to check AILET cutoff 2022:

  • Go to the official website of NLU-Delhi.

  • Click on the link available on the home page to download the AILET cutoff.

  • Click on the ‘Download’ tab.

  • Then, enter the Roll Number and Password.

  • AILET 2022 cut-off list will be displayed on the screen.

  • Download and take a print out of the same for counselling rounds.

Factors Determining AILET 2022 Cutoff

The different factors that determine the AILET 2022 cutoff are as follows:

  • Number of Candidates qualified the exam

  • Total Number of candidates who appeared in the examination

  • Previous Year Cut Off Trends

  • Difficulty Level of Exam

  • Total Number of Seats available

  • Marking Scheme

  • Reservation Rules

Previous Year AILET Cutoffs

Applicants should review the prior year's cutoffs before preparing for AILET 2022. It will assist students in understanding the cutoff patterns for the law programmes at NLU - Delhi. Students should strive to achieve a higher rank or more marks than the previous year's AILET cutoff. The AILET cutoffs are broken down below by year and course-wise.

AILET cut off 2021 for BA LLB and LLM

Below we have shared the AILET cutoff 2021 for the following programmes -

Categories

Cutoff marks and rank for BA LLB

Cutoff marks and rank for LLM

General

100 (Rank – 82)

100.25 (Rank – 60)

Scheduled Caste

72.75 (Rank – 1819)

78 (Rank – 490)72.75 (Rank – 1826)

Scheduled Tribe

63.25 (Rank – 3183)

74 (Rank – 621)

OBC-Non Creamy Layer

84.25 (Rank – 653)

92.25 (Rank – 156)

Persons with Disability (General)

71.25 (Rank – 1988)

96.25 (Rank – 109)

PwD (OBC-Non Creamy Layer)

70 (Rank – 2185)

-

PwD (SC)

49.5 (Rank – 6069)

-

Kashmiri Migrants

78.5 (Rank – 1166)

74.75 (Rank – 598)

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

88.75 (Rank – 387)

-

EWS

89.5 (Rank – 358)

91.75 (Rank – 167)

AILET Cutoff Trend

The AILET 2022 cutoff is the minimal number of marks required for admission to the University's various programmes. AILET 2022 cut off is also the last rank at which an applicant gets admitted. Law students should know that the NLU Delhi will publish the AILET cutoff per category, viz., Open, OBC, SC, ST, and PwD. Scroll down to learn more about the AILET 2022 cut off and the cutoff trend.

AILET 2022 Cutoff

AILET 2020 Cutoff

The AILET 2020 Cutoff has been listed below. Candidates can go through it in order to get an estimate about the AILET 2021 Cutoff:

Name of the Category

AILET 2020 Cutoff: BA LLB

AILET 2020 Cutoff: LLM

General

75.25

81.25

OBC-Non Creamy Layer

63

66.75

SC

48

60.25

ST

37

61.25

PwD (General)

44.25

67.5

PwD (OBC-Non Creamy Layer)

26.5

38.75

PwD (SC)

29.5

-

Kashmiri Migrants

52

58.5

Residents of Jammu & Kashmir

57

-

EWS

68

63.75

EWS (PwD)

30.5

-

AILET 2019 Cutoff

Students can check here the 2019 cutoffs of AILET. AILET, a law exam conducted by National Law University Delhi for their BA LLB and LLM courses, is highly competitive. Please refer to the table below to have an idea of estimated cutoffs-

Name of the Category

AILET 2019 Cutoff: BA LLB

AILET 2019 Cutoff: LLM

General

72.75

57.25

SC

49.75

36.5

ST

50

28

PwD

35.2526

Kashmiri Migrants

35.25

11.75

Residents of Jammu & Kashmir

51.25

-

Previous Years AILET Cut-offs- 2018, 2017, 2015, 2016

Candidates will get a fair idea of the cut-off trends being followed by NLU-Delhi by taking a look at the previous year's cutoff mentioned in the table given below.

AILET Previous Year Cut-off for BA LLB (Hons)

Category

AILET Cut Off

2018

2017

2016

2015

General

89

106

98

103

Kashmiri Migrants

81

76

82

101

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

78

Persons with Disabilities (PwD)

74

78

85

83

Scheduled Caste (SC)

71

85

75

85

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

68

83

72

80

AILET Previous Year Cut-off for LLM

Category

AILET Cut Off

2018

2017

2016

General

76-81

90

85

Persons with Disabilities (PwD)

70

65

Scheduled Caste (SC)

56-61

75

70

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

51-56

55

52

Kashmiri Migrants

75

75

Difficulty Level of Previous Year AILET Exam

Students need to study the question paper trends of the previous years thoroughly to grasp the question pattern they can expect in AILET 2022.

As per the exam experts and previous years' exam-takers, the English section was moderate to attempt, while the General Knowledge and Current Affairs section was more straightforward. Students found the Logical Reasoning segment easy to moderate level. 

Please note that AILET 2022 has eliminated two previous sections: Mathematics and Legal Aptitude. However, students can expect a few basic questions on Legal principles in the Logical Reasoning component.

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FAQs about AILET Cut Off

What should I do if I do not qualify the AILET Cut-off?

If you do not qualify the AILET Cut-off, you can apply for admission to the private law colleges in India. To do so, you can dial the 1800-572-9877 (toll-free) and take help from the admission experts of CollegeDekho.

Are Residents of Jammu and Kashmir offered any relaxation in the AILET Cut-off?

Yes, Residents of Jammu and Kashmir are provided with relaxation in the AILET Cut-off.

Is the AILET Cut-off different for reserved categories?

Yes, the AILET Cut-off is lower for the reserved category candidates.

What factors determine the Cut-off of AILET?

The factors that determine the AILET Cut-off are the number of applicants, the difficulty level of the exam, marking scheme, reservation rules and the seat intake.

Does NLU Delhi release separate AILET Cut-off for BA LLB and LLM programmes?

Yes, BA LLB and LLM have separate AILET Cut-offs.

How many rounds of Cut-off are released for the AILET?

The AILET Cut-off is released until all the vacant seats of NLU Delhi are filled.

Can I get admission to other NLUs except for NLU Delhi through the AILET score?

No, through AILET candidates can only get admission in NLU Delhi. However private colleges such as Ansal University, Gurugram, School of Law, The Northcap University, Gurugram, International School of Management Excellence (ISME) Law College, Bangalore etc. consider the AILET score to shortlist the students.

What is the purpose of AILET Cut-off?

The purpose of the AILET Cut-off is to shortlist the deserving candidates. Students who score equal or more than the issued cut-off are considered for counselling and further admission process.

Where can I check the Cut-off of AILET?

The AILET Cut-off can be checked on the official website of NLU Delhi.

Who releases the AILET Cut-off?

The AILET Cut-off is released by the NLU Delhi.

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