MH CET Law 2020 (3 & 5 Years): Application, Syllabus, Counselling, Cutoff etc.

    MH CET LAW notification
    MH CET LAW notification

    Application Form 2020

    Maharashtra Common Entrance Test ( MHCET ) 2018
    Maharashtra Common Entrance Test ( MHCET ) 2020

    Attention Aspirants, the notification for Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Law 2020 (MH CET Law 2020) entrance exam is published. Those who want to appear for Maharastra Law entrance exam need to visit the official website. If you want to score great on Maharashtra Common Entrance Test 2020 and looking to have a better preparation strategy, then you are in the right place.

    This article will let you know about the MH CET Law 2020 Admission, Syllabus, Cutoff, Preparation tips, Counselling Schedule, Result declaration, Datesheet etc. Have a look.

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    Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Law

    Maharashtra Common Entrance Test also is known as MH CET. It is a state-level entrance examination conducted by the Government of Maharashtra, Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai. Through this exam the student can get admission into the law course, such as LL.B (3 years) and LL.B (Integrated-5 years) following programmes are offered by the different colleges & institutions in Maharashtra state.

    Before we go deep with the information, let us first have a look at the Major Features of the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test 2020 Admission notification.

    Exam Overview

    Examination MH CET Law (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law)
    Conducting body Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra
    Exam level State-level, Undergraduate entrance test
    Programmes offered
    • 5-year LLB
    • 3-year LLB
    Participating institutes Law colleges in Maharashtra (MH CET Law 2020 scores will also be accepted in many other govt & private law colleges in Maharashtra)
    Seats offered
    • 3-year LLB – More than 15000 seats
    • 5-year LLB – Around 10,000 seats
    Exam mode and type Online mode, objective test paper
    Application form fees
    • GEN – 800
    • Reserved category – 500

    Important Dates

    Candidates applying for the Maharashtra CET Exam needs to check these important dates related to the entrance test. Check out these important Dates for MH CET.

    Events Dates
    Issue of Notification December 4, 2019
    Commencement of Application Form for 5 yr LLB January 20, 2020
    End of Application form for 5 yr LLB March 02, 2020
    Release of Admit card for 5 yr LLB March 27, 2020
    MH CET Law 2020 exam for 5 yr LLB April 12, 2020
    Declaration of Result for 5 yr LLB April 28, 2020
    Commencement of Application Form for 3 yr LLB March 19, 2020
    End of Application form for 3 yr LLB May 6, 2020
    Release of Admit card for 3 yr LLB June 5, 2020
    MH CET Law 2020 exam for 3 yr LLB June 28, 2020
    Declaration of Result for 3 yr LLB July 14, 2020
    Counselling and seat allotment begins for 5 yr LLB May 15, 2020
    Counselling and seat allotment begins for 3 yr LLB July 21, 2020

    The aspirant can check details of application form, exam pattern, exam dates, syllabus and preparation tips below.

    Why Choose Maharashtra CET Law?


    Before going deep, let us have a look at some of the salient features of MH CET 2020 Which will give you the answer why choose this Entrance Exam.

    • Maharashtra Common Entrance Test-Law is a state-level entrance exam conducted by state govt of Maharashtra.
    • There are number of colleges in the state of Maharashtra considered among the best in India. If you want to get admission into these colleges then you have to qualify the entrance exam with good scores.
    • It is the apex organization in India for those who have an interest in Law field.

    So, if you have already made your mind to be a part of it, then the very first thing you have to do is to read this article carefully. You will find all the detailed information about MHCET Law Admission Test. Let us first have a brief look at the Vacancy, Eligibility Criteria and Exam Pattern of Maharashtra Common Entrance Test-Law 2020.

    Eligibility Criteria


    Here are the updated eligibility criteria:

    Program Eligibility Age limit
    For LLB (5 years)  A student must have passed 10+2 or equivalent from any recognized board.

    Applicants must have 45% in the qualifying exam and 40% for reserved categories.

    There is no maximum age limit for 5-year integrated law and 3-year law programme.
    For LLB (3 years) A Student must hold the graduate or postgraduate degree from any recognized institution in any stream.
    Aspirants must have 45% in the qualifying exam and 40% for reserved categories.

    For more details Click Here

    Application Form


    The MHCET-Law exam is conducted in the month of April/May/June every year and the same is expected in 2020 as well. One should follow these simple steps to apply for the MHCET-Law 2020 Admission form.

    • One has to visit the official website of MHCET-Law (Official Website)
    • Click on the apply online or register
    • Fill the personal details carefully.
    • After Filling the personal detail, one has to select the subject for which He/She is applying.
    • Upload the photo and signature in the prescribed format.
    • Pay the application fee online.
    • Save the Application form for future use.

    Admission Fees


    Category-wise Application Fees for the Application form 2020 is mentioned below.

    Application Fees
    For General category 650/-
    for SC/ST category 350/-

    Mode Of Payment

    • Debit/Credit
    • Online Banking
    • Bank Demand Draft

    ***Important Note:

    • Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstance.
    • Staff candidates are exempted from payment of examination fee and intimation charges.
    • Bank Transaction charges for Online Payment of application fees/intimation charges will have to be borne by the candidate.

    Exam Pattern


    Here is the updated Exam Pattern:

    For LLB (5 years) Admissions

    Subject Total No. of Questions Maximum Marks
    Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning 40 40
    General Knowledge of Current Affairs 30 30
    Logical and Analytical Reasoning 40 40
    English 30 30
    Mathematical Aptitude 10 10
    Total 150 150

    For LLB (3 years) Admissions

    Subject Total No. of Questions Maximum Marks
    Legal Aptitude 30 30

    Basic Guidelines

    • Mode of Exam:- The exam will be conducted online (Computer Based Test) mode.
    • Type of Question:- Question paper will be consists of Objective Type Questions.
    • Negative Marking:- There will be no provision of negative marking.
    • Duration of Exam: –The time will be given is 2 hours.
    • A medium of Paper: The question paper will be published in English and in the Marathi language.

    For full detailed Pattern Click Here

    Syllabus


    Here is the updated Syllabus:

    For LLB (5 years) Admissions 2020

    Subject  Study Topics
    English Vocabulary (Synonyms, Antonyms, Analogies etc)
    Proficiency (Idioms and phrases, one-word substitutions, sentence improvement, and rearrangement, fill in the blanks etc)
    English usage errors (common errors, spotting errors, inappropriate usages of words, spelling mistakes etc.)
    English comprehension with a minimum of two passages followed by 5-10 questions that test reading and reasoning abilities.
    Legal Aptitude This section tests the candidate’s interest in the study of law, research aptitude and problem-solving ability. Questions are framed with the help of legal prepositions and a set of facts to which the said propositions have to be applied. Some prepositions may not be true in the real sense, candidates will have to assume the truth of these prepositions and answer the question.

    For LLB (3 years) Admissions 2020

    Subject Study Topics
    Legal Aptitude This section tests the candidate’s interest in the study of law, research aptitude and problem-solving ability. Questions are framed with the help of legal prepositions and a set of facts to which the said propositions have to be applied. Some prepositions may not be true in the real sense, candidates will have to assume the truth of these prepositions and answer the question drawing well-supported conclusions.
    General Knowledge of Current Affairs In these sections, topics such as History, Geography, General Science, Economics, Civics, Current Affairs of the past one year are asked. The subject assesses the knowledge of the candidate in recent happening as well as awareness of the world.
    Logical & Analytical Reasoning Logical Reasoning: In this subject, candidates are tested on their ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. It includes a wide variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, completing arguments, drawing well-supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, applying principles or rules.
    Analytical Reasoning: In this subject, candidates are evaluated on their ability to understand the structure of a relationship and to draw logical conclusions about the structures. It includes reasoning deductively from a set of statements and rules or principles that describe the relationship among persons, things or events.

    For full detailed Syllabus Click Here

    Best Books


    Candidates preparing for the exam are getting tensed about the Study Materials and Books required to crack the Exam. But if your preparation is effective and you are working with proper planning then you can easily clear the cut-off. All you need is these Best Books for MH CET Law 2020 Exam. Click Here

    Preparation Tips


    There is given below Important Tips:

    • Firstly, know all the details about the officially prescribed syllabus for the examination.
    • Practice mock test & previous year question papers.
    • Make a proper time-table for your preparations.
    • Consider the good preparation of books and study materials.
    • Consider the good preparation of books and study materials.
    • Stay stress-free & healthy while preparing for exams.

    Participating Campuses


    Here is the updated list of all the Colleges accepting MH CET Law Score Card.

    Participating Colleges for 3-year LLB programme:

    S.No Participating University for MH CET Law (3-year LLB) Location/ City
    1. Dr Bhabhasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad
    2. Gondwana University Gadchiroli
    3. North Maharashtra University Jalgaon
    4. Rastrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University Nagpur
    5. Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune
    6. Shivaji University Kolhapur
    7. Smt Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women’s University Mumbai
    8. Solapur University Solapur
    9. Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University Nanded
    10. University of Mumbai Mumbai

    Participating Colleges for 5-year integrated LLB programme:

    S.No Participating University for MH CET Law (5-year LLB) Location/ City
    1. Dr. Bhabhasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad
    2. Gondwana University Gadchiroli
    3. North Maharashtra University Jalgaon
    4. Rastrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University Nagpur
    5. Sant Gadge Baba Amaravati University Amravati
    6. Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune
    7. Shivaji University Kolhapur
    8. Smt Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women’s University Mumbai
    9. Solapur University Solapur
    10. Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University Nanded
    11. University of Mumbai Mumbai

    Admit Card


    The admit card for the entrance test will be released online from April 2020 onwards. The Admit Card or commonly known as Call Later can be download from the official website. The admit card is the mandatory document to carry during the Exam hall at the time of written examination.

    If a candidate fails to show His/Her Admit Card at the time of the written exam, then he/she shall not be allowed to appear for the test. You can follow these steps to download the admit card for this law Entrance examination.

    • Visit entrance exam official website: Click Here
    • Click on MHCET-Law Admit Card tab/link
    • Enter any two details from – Application Number, Date of Birth or Email ID.
    • View and download MHCET-Law admit card
    • Take a clear print of MH CET Law entrance exam 2020 to admit card.

    To know more about Admit card Click Here

    Exam day guidelines

    To help the candidates appearing for the examination have a hassle-free day and keep them stress-free and calm on Exam Day, we have made some Exam day guidelines for the entrance exam

    What to carry on the exam day? ()

    • MH CET Law admit card
    • Two passport size photographs (preferably same as the one submitted with the application form)
    • A valid photo Id proof (Passport/ Aadhaar card, Driving Licence, PAN Card)
    • PWD Certificate (if applicable)

    What not to carry? (×)

    • A stationery item like textual material (printed or written), bits of papers, Geometry/Pencil Box, Plastic Pouch, Pen, Calculator, Scale, Writing Pad, Pen Drives, Eraser, Calculator, Log Table, Electronic Pen/Scanner, etc.
    • Communication devices like Mobile Phone, Bluetooth, Earphones, Microphone, Pager, Health Band, etc.
    • Other items like Wallet, Goggles, Handbags, Belt, Cap Watch/Wrist Watch, Bracelet, Camera, etc.
    • Any eatable item opened or packed, water bottle, tea, coffee, cold drinks, etc.
    • Any other item which could be used for unfair means, by hiding communication devices like a microchip, camera, Bluetooth device, etc.
    • Candidates suffering from diabetes are allowed to carry eatables (with prior intimation) like sugar tablets/fruits (like banana/apple/orange) and transparent water bottle. However, they will not be allowed to carry packed foods like chocolate/ candy/sandwich, etc.

    Result


    Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Law 2020 Result will be declared on last week of June 2020. The result will release online on the website. Students can Cheak their results by entering their roll number and other required details are given below.

    Aspirants need to follow the below given important Steps:

    • Go to the official website of Maharashtra Common Entrance Test-Law (MHCET-Law).
    • Click on “MHCET-Law Result” tab/link mentioned on the official website.
    • Enter any two details from – Roll number, date of birth and application number.
    • Click on Submit button.
    • View result and download MHCET-Law scorecard.

    Cut Off


    Maharashtra Common Entrance Test-Law (MHCET-Law) 2020 cut-off will be Mention after the declaration of results. Exam committee considers various factors for calculating the cut-off marks like difficulty level of question paper, the number of candidates attempted the exam. A student can prepare the MH CET Law 2020 exam basis of Expected cutoff gave blow-

    MHCET-Law 2020 Expected Cut-off

    Name of College General Category CutOff/Marks SC Opening and Closing Rank ST Opening and Closing Rank
    Government Law College Mumbai-240 seats 5-year integrated LLB, 3-year LLB-320 seats Opening-144 129 127
    Closing-127 98 91
    Indian Law Society Law College Pune-5-year integrated LLB-240 seats, 3-year LLB-160 seats Opening-143 109 103
    Closing-111 77 75
    Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College Mumbai 3-year LLB-300 seat Opening -139 108 104
    Closing-101 67 65
    Dr. Ambedkar College of Law Mumbai- 3-year LLB -320 Seats Opening-134 103 96
    Closing-101 65 61
    Kishinchand Chellaram Law College Mumbai 5-year integrated LLB-180 seats 3-year LLB-140 seats Opening-133 100 91
    Closing-101 55 51
    Rizvi Law College Mumbai 5-year integrated LLB-200 seats 3-year LLB-120 seats Opening-138 104 96
    Closing-88 55 45
    New Law College Mumbai 3-year LLB-180 seats Opening-139 108 99
    Closing-112 67 61
    St. Wilfred’s College of Law Mumbai Opening-127 93 83
    Closing-88 43 37
    Manikchand Pahade Law College Mumbai Opening-121 99 97
    Closing-56 52 49
    Shankarrao Chavan Law College Pune Opening-131 102 97
    Closing-98 67 61
    Shri Shivaji Maratha Law College Pune Opening-127 102 97
    Closing-98 67 61
    Vidya Prasarak Mandal TMC Law College Thane Opening-129 102 97
    Closing-98 67 61

    For complete cut off list Click Here

    Counselling


    Here’s update info for MHCET-Law 2020 Counselling-

    • Admission to UG and PG programmes in participating Colleges will be done through Centralised Admission Process (CAP) by Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Maharashtra office.
    • MHCET-Law counselling 2020 will commence in 1st week of August 2020.
    • The online counselling shall be conducted in different rounds.
    • Allotment of seats will be on the basis of ‘merit-cum-preference’.
    • Selected Candidates for admission has to pay the counselling fee.

    Documents Required

    The candidates are required to bring documents such as:-

    • Allotment letter.
    • Admit Card/Hall Ticket.
    • Rank/Score Card.
    • X and XII result.
    • Medical certificate.
    • Community Certificate.
    • 4-6 Passport Size photos.

    To know the whole procedure of counselling don’t worry Click Here

    Seat Allotment


    • The seats will be allotted to the candidates on the counselling day.
    • The candidates will be given an allotment letter on his email id.
    • If in case there are any technical issues with the website, then it is the responsibility of the Authorities to fix it.
    • The candidate has to download and print the allocation letter.
    • He/She has to visit the allotted institute with this letter for further proceedings.

    To know full seat matrix Click Here

    Contact Details

    Address: 3, B.J. Road, Central Building, Pune, Maharashtra 411001
    Phone: 020 2612 2119

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    2 COMMENTS

    1. When the maximum score this year in MH CET Law is 133 how are these cutoffs even sensible. People should review what they write in view of available information

    2. i lost my admit card what i do now i got 68 marks in mhcet sir and i m outside from maharashtra i general category..please suggest me what should i do now or any possibility

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