MH CET Law registration 2024 Open for 5 Year LLB), Syllabus, Result and Important dates

28 March, 2024
Priyal Kakaye

The MH CET Law Registration 2024  form is open for 5-year LLB courses. The MH CET registration 2024 5-year LLB 2024 has been extended till March 30, 2024. The MH CET 3-year LLB application process closed on February 24, 2024. The MH CET 5-year LLB application form was started on January 18, 2024.

Candidates can complete the MH CET Law Registration 2024 from the official website – The application process for MH CET Law 2024 involves steps such as online registration, fill the application form by providing details such as educational qualification details, communication details, and fee payment.  

The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law, commonly known as MHCET Law, is a state-level entrance exam conducted for admission to the five-year integrated law programs offered by various colleges in Maharashtra. The exam is highly competitive, attracting many aspirants each year. Here’s a breakdown of the important dates, eligibility criteria, and exam pattern for MHCET Law 2024:


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Important dates 

MHCET Law MAH-LLB (5 Years) (Session 2024)

Upcoming Dates and Events

18 Jan, 2024 – 30 Mar, 2024Application | Mode: Online Ongoing
17 May, 2024Exam – MH CET LLB 5 years | Mode: Online


Eligibility Criteria for MAH-LLB (5 Years):

Prospective candidates must meet the following criteria before applying for MHCET Law 2024:

  • Nationality: Applicants must be Indian citizens.
  • Educational Qualifications: Candidates should have passed the HSC/12th examination or its equivalent from a recognised board. The minimum aggregate marks required may vary according to the category to which the candidate belongs.
  • Age Limit: There is no upper age limit for appearing in the MHCET Law exam.
  • Reservation: Reserved category candidates are eligible for relaxation in qualifying marks as per the rules of the Government of Maharashtra.


MHCET Law 2024 Exam Pattern:

The MHCET Law 2024 exam pattern is designed to assess candidates’ aptitude and skills necessary for pursuing a career in law. 

  1. Mode of Examination: The exam is conducted in offline mode (pen and paper-based).
  2. Type of Questions: The exam asks multiple-choice questions (MCQs).
  3. Duration: The exam duration is 2 hours.
  4. Language: The question paper is available in English and Marathi.
  5. Sections: The exam consists of the following sections:
  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning
  • General Knowledge with Current Affairs
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning
  • English
  • Mathematics (up to 10th standard)

6. Marking Scheme: Each correct answer is awarded one mark. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers.

7. Total Marks: The maximum marks for the exam are 150.

8. Difficulty Level: The difficulty level of the questions ranges from moderate to high, covering various aspects of the subjects mentioned above.

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MHCET Law MAH-LLB (5 Years) Syllabus:

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning:

  • Legal Propositions: Understanding of legal principles and their application to factual situations.
  • Legal Maxims: Familiarity with commonly used legal maxims and their interpretations.
  • Law of Torts: Basics of tort law including negligence, nuisance, defamation, and vicarious liability.
  • Law of Contracts: Essential elements of a valid contract, breach of contract, and remedies available.
  • Constitutional Law: Fundamental rights, directive principles, and basic structure of the Indian Constitution.
  • Legal Reasoning: Analyzing and applying legal principles to solve hypothetical situations.


General Knowledge of Current Affairs:

  • National and International Events: Awareness of recent developments in politics, economics, sports, and culture.
  • Government Initiatives: Knowledge of government policies, schemes, and initiatives at the national and state levels.
  • Major International Organizations: Understanding the functions and objectives of organizations such as the United Nations, World Bank, and IMF.
  • Contemporary Issues: Awareness of social, environmental, and economic societal issues.


Logical and Analytical Reasoning:

  • Analogies: Recognizing and understanding relationships between words, concepts, or ideas.
  • Syllogisms: Evaluating logical arguments based on given premises and conclusions.
  • Blood Relations: Solving problems based on family relationships and blood connections.
  • Coding-Decoding: Deciphering coded messages or patterns.
  • Series: Identifying patterns and sequences in numbers, letters, or figures.



  • Reading Comprehension: Understanding passages and answering questions based on the information provided.
  • Vocabulary: Synonyms, antonyms, analogies, and word meanings.
  • Grammar: Parts of speech, sentence structure, tenses, and punctuation.
  • Para-jumbles: Arranging jumbled sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
  • Error Correction: Identifying and correcting errors in sentences.


Mathematical Aptitude:

  • Arithmetic: Basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), percentages, profit and loss, simple and compound interest.
  • Algebra: Equations, inequalities, polynomials, and quadratic equations.
  • Geometry: Basic concepts of lines, angles, triangles, circles, and polygons.
  • Mensuration: Area, perimeter, and volume of geometric shapes.
  • Data Interpretation: Interpreting data presented in various forms such as tables, graphs, and charts.


For the student interested in pursuing a five-year LLB program through MH CET Law in 2024, keeping track of the registration process, syllabus, important dates, and, ultimately, the results is essential. Staying informed and meeting critical deadlines are crucial steps toward a successful application and admission. And if you’re seeking guidance, you can take our series of 29 Full-length Mocks to ensure that you are ready to crack 5 Law entrance tests, including MH-CET, SLAT, NMIMS – LAT, LSAT – INDIA &  CUET(PG).