Updated By Debanjalee Sen on 04 May, 2022 22:32
TS LAWCET 2022 eligibility criteria have been prescribed by the conducting body of the exam i.e. Osmania University, Hyderabad on behalf of TSCHE. The eligibility criteria of TS LAWCET 2022 vary from course to course. It is compulsory for the interested candidates to satisfy the eligibility criteria, as without it they cannot fill-up the application form and cannot get admission to the course.
If the applicant is not found eligible after submission of the application, then the application will be cancelled by the university. Therefore, candidates are advised to go through the entry requirements for the available courses.
TS LAWCET is a common entrance test conducted by the CONVENER, TS LAWCET 2022, Osmania University, Hyderabad on behalf of the Telangana State Council of Higher Education for admission to 3 years and 5 year Law courses for the academic year 2022-2023.
Check the table provided below to know the important dates for TS LAWCET 2022 entrance exam.
TS LAWCET 2022 Application Form Release
April 6, 2022
Last Date to Submit TS LAWCET 2022 Application Form
June 6, 2022
TS LAWCET 2022 Registration (With Late Fee)
July 12, 2022
TS LAWCET 2022 Admit Card Release
July 15, 2022
TS LAWCET 2022 Exam Date
3-year LLB - July 21, 2022
5-year LLB - July 22, 2022
Announcement of TS LAWCET Preliminary Key
July 26, 2022
Last Date to Raise Objection
July 28, 2022
Announcement of Final Key
To be Announced
TS LAWCET Results
To be Announced
As per the directions of the Hon'ble Supreme Court, no age-related boundations needs to be set for both 5 years and 3 years long LLB. The conducting body of the exam has also not introduced any upper age limit for the applicants.
The candidate must be an India national and also a residence of Telangana state. Besides this, he/ she must also satisfy the Local/ Unreserved status requirement as prescribed by the Andhra Pradesh Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admissions) Order, 1974 and the amendments made thereto from time to time.
The educational qualifications and eligibility criteria for 5 year integrated LLB programmes offered through TS LAWCET have been listed here.
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Candidates who are appearing for the TS LAWCET exam may check the educational qualifications required to fulfil the TS LAWCET eligibility criteria for the 3-year LL.B course here.
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Candidates who have passed their 10+2 or post-graduation/ graduation exam from any open university directly and without any basic qualification are not eligible for TS LAWCET 2022.
Candidates must fulfill the below mentioned qualifying conditions for TS LAWET 2022.
Some of the main highlights of the TS LAWCET 2022 application process are -
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No, such students are not eligible to apply for the TS LAWCET exam.
You are not eligible for LLB, however, you can pursue an integrated law course through TS LAWCET.
No, the Industrial Training Institute (ITI) certificate is not considered as equivalent to class 12th in the TS LAWCET eligibility criteria.
Yes, few TS LAWCET aspirants who have qualified Polytechnic Diploma are treated as having passed an examination equivalent to class 12th. The courses are Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, Diploma in Civil Engineering, Diploma in Architecture, Diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering etc.
No upper age limit is set for TS LAWCET. Aspirants of any age group can apply for the exam.
No, old caste certificates are not considered in TS LAWCET. Students must fill in the latest certificate numbers while applying for the entrance exam of law.
Yes, the aggregate score for the reserved and unreserved category is different in TS LAWCET eligibility criteria. SC/ST candidates are awarded 5% relaxation. They can apply with an aggregate of 40% in the qualifying exam.
Yes, graduates of any stream for example Engineering, Medical, Architecture, Pharmacy, Agriculture, etc. can apply for LLB courses through the TS LAWCET exam.
No, only those students who have completed graduation from a recognised university or institute can apply for TS LAWCET.
As per the TS LAWCET eligibility criteria, the necessary qualifying exam for integrated law courses is class 12th/intermediate or its equivalent.