MH-CET – Maharashtra Common Entrance Test -Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra has announced the application form for MH CET Law 2019 on January 28, 2019 for five-year integrated LLB programme.
DHE Maharashtra will conduct MH CET Law 2019 on April 21, 2019 for five-year integrated law programmes and for three-year law programme, it will be conducted on May 11, 2019.
The national-level law examination will be conducted in online mode. Candidates who wish to seek admissions into the undergraduate law programmes, need to appear in MH CET Law 2019 and qualify it as well. MAHA CET for undergraduate law programmes will be conducted in as many as 53 cities of different states offering seats into 22 participating institutes of MH CET Law.
MH CET Law 2019 aspirants applying to three-year LLB programmes will secure a seat for themselves from a total of 15040 seats across 218 colleges affiliated to 11 state universities. Candidates appearing in MH CET Law for admissions to five-year integrated law programmes will secure a seat amongst the 10060 seats on offer in 153 colleges of the state universities. As per the exam pattern, DHE Maharashtra administered examination will be conducted in online where candidates will be given two hours’ time with multiple choice questions to attempt. Moreover, candidates will be awarded one mark for each correct answer; no negative marking will be imposed on the candidates.
Mode of the Examination: Online
Duration: 2 Hours
As the MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 mentions, candidates will be given 150 questions to attempt in 2 hours of time. The law examination will include questions from English, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude, Logical and Analytical Reasoning and Basic Mathematics. Candidates are advised to prepare as per the MH CET Law 2019 Exam Pattern for better preparation strategies and good marks. MHCET Law exam pattern is such that the test comprises of 150 objective type questions that candidates need to attempt in two hours duration. Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for law admissions has question papers in both English and Marathi languages.
- General Knowledge
- Current Affairs
- Legal Aptitude
- Logical and Analytical Reasoning
- Basic Mathematics