AILET 2020 Latest News: Changes in the Scheduled Activities [Notice PDF]

By Aman Prakash|Updated : July 28th, 2020

AILET 2020 Changes in the Scheduled Activities [Notice PDF]: This is in supersession to the notification regarding the release of Admit Card pertaining to AILET 2020. National Law University, Delhi has released an official notification to inform you all regarding the postponement of the scheduled activities.

Earlier, National Law University, Delhi has issued a notification in which they have mentioned the release date of Admit Card is 27th July but they have come up with the news notification regarding changes in the scheduled activities.

The notification states that:

  • There will be changes in the schedule of all activities of AILET 2020 due to the current pandemic situation.

  • The revised date and the schedule for all events will be notified by the official soon.

AILET 2020 Changes in Scheduled Activities: Download Notice PDF

AILET 2020 Exam: Important Dates

Here are some important dates for AILET 2020 exam details:


Important Dates

AILET 2020 Online Registration Starts Date

15th January 2020

Last date for submission of applications

07th July 2020 (extended)

Admit Card Available

Will be notified

 AILET 2020 Exam Date

18th August 2020 

Mode of the test

  • AILET 2020 shall be conducted through a computer-based, online, Remote proctored test.

For the first time, National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct AILET

  • The NLU Delhi had requested the National Testing Agency (NTA) for the conduct of AILET 2020 as a remote proctored test (RPT). The NTA has given consent for the same.

The Sample Mock exam will be conducted

  • Before the test, the NTA will provide the detailed information and guidance to the aspirants for which two webinars & one mock test for the AILET 2020 will be conducted by NTA. 

AILET Exam Pattern 2020

  • AILET 2020 exam comprises a total of 150 questions carrying 1 mark each. The total duration of the test is 90 minutes. 
  • The paper consists of 5 sections which are mentioned below in the table:


No. of Qs.

Max Marks






    90 minutes




General Knowledge (Current Affairs, General Science, History,
Geography, Economics, Civics)



Legal Aptitude



Logical Reasoning



Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)



Negative marking:

  • The test carries a negative marking of 0.25 marks. Every wrong answer will deduct 0.25 marks.


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Meera Tiwari

Meera TiwariJul 28, 2020

Sir exam will conduct on 18 August 2020 or not?????

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