MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2021: Age Limit, Qualification, Attempts

MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2021: Age Limit, Qualification, Attempts

ByNeeraj Mishra  |  Updated on: Jun 28, 2021Check MH CET 5 Years LLB 2021 exam details such as exam date, syllabus, exam pattern, application form, selection procedure, eligibility criteria, counselling, and much more 
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MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2021

MAH CET Law Exam Eligibility Criteria 2021 is released and set by the Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra. All law aspirants applying for MAH CET Law Exam 2021 must check their eligibility. If it is found that any candidate fails to fulfil the MAH CET Eligibility Criteria 2021, then that candidate’s candidature stands cancelled or dismissed upon discovering the fact. Below you will find all MAH CET Eligibility Criteria 2021 related information for your ready reference, such as MAH CET Law Minimum Educational Qualification, MAH CET, MAH CET Law Age Limit, MAH CET Law Nationality Requirements and so on. 

MH CET Law Exam 2021 dates and notification will be released soon. It is important to check MH CET Law Eligibility before applying online. 

MH CET Law Nationality

All aspirants must be Indian Citizens. Anyone other than an Indian citizen must comply with all rules and requirements laid down by the exam conducting authority in this regard.

MH CET Law Age Limit

There is no particular upper age limit for both programmes. 

MH CET Law Education Qualification

Below provided are the MAH CET Law Minimum Education Qualification requirements. The MAH CET Law Exam Eligibility Criteria 2021 differs for 5-year LLB admissions and 3-year LLB admissions. Below are the details.

MAH CET 5-year LLB Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants applying for the 5-year LLB admission test should have qualified Class 12 from a recognized board and institution.
  • The candidates must have scored at least 45% marks in the qualifying examination. ST and SC category candidates must have scored at least 40% marks. Whereas the SBC, VJNT and OBC category candidates should have scored a minimum of 42% in the qualifying exam.

MAH CET 3-year LLB Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must have completed graduation with a minimum score of 45% from any of the recognized universities. ST and SC category candidates domiciled in Maharashtra should score at least 40% in the qualifying exam.
  • SBC, VJNT and OBC category aspirants of Maharashtra should have scored at least 42% marks in the qualifying examination.
  • Final semester/year students can also apply. However, the final semester/year mark sheet must be submitted at the time of counselling. 

MAH CET Law Exam Reservation Criteria 

Applicants shall be subject to the following conditions of the reservation.

  • In all the government or government-aided or government-aided minority institutions/university departments/courses, 10 % of seats are reserved for candidates from all over the country.
  • 85% of seats are parallelly reserved for candidates of the state of Maharashtra in all the Government, Government Aided, and Government aided minority institutions/ University department and courses.
  • 5% seats are held under the OCI/NRI/PIO quota for foreign nationals or Indian candidates with foreign origin in all the Government, Government Aided, and Government aided minority institutions/ University department and courses.
  • There is no minority quota in unaided institutions, and 65% of seats are reserved for Maharashtra state students.
  • 51% of seats are reserved for minority candidates in unaided minority institutes.

In all the unaided institutes, 20% of seats are reserved for OCI/NRI/PIO/Foreign candidates. This involves a quota established for OCI/NRI/PIO/Foreign candidates of 5%

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MH CET Law (5 yr BA. LLB) Eligibility Criteria FAQs

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  • Below are the details of the MAH CET Law Exam Eligibility Criteria 2021 for the candidates who are Jammu and Kashmir migrants 

    • Candidates who are citizens of J&K, who are:
    • Displaced from J&K to any part of India or
    • from the unsafe border area of J&K to a comparatively safer place in J&K from 1990 onwards due to terrorist movements; or
    • the children of officers belonging to Indian Police Services (IPS) or Indian Administrative Services (IAS) or Indian Foreign Services (IFS) and children of staff belonging to military and paramilitary forces transferred to J&K to combat terrorist movements and joined the post on or before the last date for submission of application for admission; or
    • children of staff and officers of J&K police involved in fighting terrorism; are eligible under this particular category. 
  • No, there is no such eligibility set by the university. The candidates can attempt any number of times.

     
  • No, the Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra, did not set any age relaxation for this examination. 

  • No, the eligibility criteria do not usually change every year. However, they are subject to change as per the exam conducting authority’s discretion. 

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