The first ever MAH Law CET for admission to 5 year integrated undergraduate degree courses in Law (BA.LL.B) will be conducted on 18th, June 2016.
The admissions to the following institutes will be based on the score of MAH Law CET, provided they are approved and recognized by the Government of Maharashtra and are affiliated to any of the non-agricultural universities in the state of Maharashtra:
The table below contains the list of colleges in Maharashtra that will accept the MAH-CET for their 5 year UG Law programme:
|Mumbai||Pune||Nagpur & Others|
|University of Mumbai||ILS Law College||Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU)||Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad|
|Government Law College (GLC)||Bharati Vidyapeeth’s New Law College||Central India College of Law||Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial College of Law Dhule|
|SVKM’s Pravin Gandhi College of Law||D.E.S’s Navalmal Firodia Law College||N S Law College, Sangli||Dayanand College of Law, Latur|
|Rizvi Law College||P.E.S.’s Modern Law College||Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh College of Law, Amravati||Shri Shivaji Law College, Nanded|
|KC Law College||A.K.K. New Law Academy||Navjeevan Law College, Nashik|
|Vivekanand Education Society’s, College of Law||PDEA Law College|
Eligibility for MAH Law CET 2016 (5 Year programme)
Candidates passing SSC and HSC or equivalent exam from a recognized institution with at least 45% marks in aggregate (General category), 42 % for OBC Category & 40% marks in case of SC/ST applicants can appear for this exam.
The Online CET will comprise of one paper with five sections:
|Sr No||Area||No of Questions||Marks per question||Total Marks|
|1||Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning||40||1||40|
|2||General Knowledge with Current Affairs||30||1||30|
|3||Logical and Analytical Reasoning||40||1||40|
Question type: Objective Multiple Choice Questions with FOUR options
Time Allotted: 120 minutes (2 hours).
Marking Scheme: No negative marking
Salient test features
These points should help you focus your MAH CET Law preparation over the next 30 days.
No historical cut-offs are available for this entrance. However, following the general trend of other law entrance exams, a score of 70% and beyond can be considered safe. Thus, students should target a score of 100+, which shouldn’t be too difficult since there’s no negative marking. Having said that, cut-off uncertainty will be slightly high in this case till the actual results are announced.
New to online test taking?
Till last year, admission to law colleges under the Government of Maharashtra was on the basis of 12th standard board marks only. Hence, the online aptitude test taking format will be new to a lot of aspirants. It is important that you build familiarity with online test taking. Joining a test series from a reputed law test preparation source will surely help.
In the meantime, we shall keep sharing more preparation tips and advice on this blog. So keep watching this space for updates!
Law entrance… See It (E) coming on 18th June!