Welcome to Study Campus, the renowned institute of learning that offers educative guidance to the students and help them in achieving their future goals. We offer MH CET Law coaching classes and prepare the students for the State level test organized for undergraduate law admissions for the government colleges in the state of Maharashtra. Our coaching additives bring on the actual knowledge parameters in accordance with the exam requirement and guide the students aspiring to clear the undergraduate exam designed for Law admissions in both 5-year and 3-year integrated programs in various government colleges across Maharashtra state.
MH CET Law 2020 (3 years/ 5 years)
|Events||Dates for 3 years Law Course||Dates for 5 years Law Course|
|Online Registration Starts||19th March 2020||20th January 2020|
|Online Registration Close||6th May 2020||2nd March 2020|
|Admit Card||5th June 2020||27th March 2020|
|Exam Date||28th June 2020||12th April 2020|
|Result Declaration||14th July 2020||28th April 2020|
|Counseling||21st July 2020||15th May 2020|
What is MH CET law?
MH CET Law is the Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test conducted for law programs. This common admission test is designed to provide a professional route to the law applicants, who want to join the challenging stream of Law. The test sis conducted for law undergraduates and after clearing the exam, students can enroll themselves with the government colleges for either a 5-year integrated BA LLB program or a 3-year integrated BA LLB program.
Our MH CET law coaching institute offers the classes in Andheri Mumbai with the initiative to teach the students with the best exam-taking strategy that will guide them in clearing the exam blues with ease and better results.
Eligibility Criteria For MH CET law:
Candidates applying for enrollment in the common entrance test must comply with the following educational eligibility requirements differing on the basis of 5-year and 3-year integrated programs.
For a 5-year program: Applicants applying for a 5-year integrated BA LLB program must possess a 10+2 degree from Maharashtra state board of higher secondary board or equivalent education from Mumbai university with a minimum of 45% marks. For reserved categories, a relaxation of 5% in the marks is allowed. However, admission to the 5-year program is given strictly on the merit list of MH CET Law.
For the 3-year program: Applicants applying for the 3-year program must carry a bachelor’s degree in any stream or equivalent degree from Mumbai University with 45% minimum marks. Candidates belonging to reserved categories can deploy a relaxation of 5% in their marks.
Candidates will get admission into law colleges of Maharashtra through the national level exam, state level exam, university-level exam or direct admission. The exams score cards accepted by the colleges are MH CET Law. Some of the universities conduct its own entrance test for admission into law courses in the affiliated colleges & its university. The universities also provide a direct admission facility on the basis of merit.
MH CET Law Exam Pattern
Check the complete exam pattern to appear in the examination and score well in the exam.
- Date of Exam: The exam will be held on 12th April 2020 (5 years LLB) 28th June 2020 (3 years LLB).
- Mode: The exam will be conducted through online mode only (Computer Based Test).
- Session: The examination will be organized in multiple sessions.
- Type of Question: Question paper will be of Multiple Choice Question (MCQ).
- Language: The question paper will be asked in English & Marathi l
- Negative Marking: There will be no negative marking for incorrect responses.
- Duration of Exam: The time will be given will be of 2 hours.
- of Questions: The question paper will be comprised of 150 marks.
Exam Pattern for 3 Years of LL.B
For 3 years LL.B exam, the questions will be asked from four subjects. In these subjects Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning (40 marks), General Knowledge with current affairs (40 marks), Logical and Analytical Reasoning (30 marks) and English (50 marks). One markwill be allotted for each correct answer. The number of questions will be equal to the total marks. Candidates can study these topics and score well in the examination.
|Subjects||No. of Questions||Marks/Question||Total marks|
|Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning||30||1||30|
|General Knowledge with current affairs||40||1||40|
|Logical and Analytical Reasoning||30||1||30|
|Total||150||One per question||150|
Exam Pattern of 5 Years of LL.B
For 5 years integrated-LL.B, the questions will be asked from the various topics. These consists of the Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning of 40 marks, General Knowledge with Current Affairs of 30 marks, Logical and Analytical Reasoning of 40 marks, English of 30 marks and Mathematics Aptitude of 10 marks. The number of questions will be equal to the total marks. Candidates can study these subjects to be qualified in the examination. One mark will be awarded for every correct answer.
|Subjects||No. of Questions||Marks per Questions||Total Marks|
|Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning||40||1||40|
|General Knowledge with Current Affairs||30||1||30|
|Logical and Analytical Reasoning||40||1||40|
|Total||150||1 per question||150|
General Eligibility for MH CET Law
Listed below are the standards that are common to both the programs i.e. 3 year and 5 year LLB programs.
- Nationality – Candidate should be an Indian Citizen
- Age Limit – There is no upper age limit for both the programs
- Registration – Final year candidates are eligible to apply for the law exam
Best MH CET Law coaching classes
Study Campus is indulged in offering high-quality coaching deliverables in the form of interactive study material guided under the expert guidance of proficient faculty members. We initiate regular practice sessions to prepare the students with the best-in-class parameters to let them achieve success in their career goal.
Is CET compulsory for the law?
No, national law entrance examinations are not compulsory to get admission to the law universities of India. There are many universities that conduct their entrance tests and qualifying them would definitely give you admission to those universities.
How can I get admission in LLB in Maharashtra?
Some of the criteria which need to be fulfilled are:
- Candidates should qualify the particular entrance test which they wish to get admission into.
- They should have completed their class 12th examination as well as their graduation degree with a minimum of 55%.
How can I prepare for MH CET law?
First of all, get thorough with the syllabus, once you understand the syllabus, try to practicing the topics one by one. Take regular mock tests and offline tests which will help you to evaluate your performance. Also, you can join Study Campus for expert guidance. They will provide regular study materials as well the current affairs.
What is the difference between 3 year LLB and 5 year LLB?
The 3 year LLB is a program which can be pursued only after the completion of a graduation. It is a post graduate while the 5 year LLB course is pursued by the students after class 12th. The students pursue BA, BBA or B.com along with LLB in this program.
What is the passing mark of MHT CET?
There is no specific passing marks of the examination. Students have to clear the cut off which is set every year by the authorities. If you get much more than the cut off then you can easily get admission to some of the best law colleges.
Are 12th marks important for CET?
No, 12TH marks are not considered for CET examination. Candidates just need to have 50% marks in the higher secondary so that they can apply for the examination. For the preparation of the merit list, the marks of CET are taken into consideration.
How many times can I give MH CET?
The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test can only be given 3 times.
Who can give MAH CET?
Candidates should at least have a graduation degree with a minimum of 50% marks. Final years students can also sit for the examination but their results should be declared before the start of the course. Any candidate who fulfils the mentioned criteria is eligible for the examination.
Is calculator allowed in MHT CET?
No, candidates are not allowed to use calculators inside the examination hall.
Who will provide the MH CET LAW exam pattern?
The exam pattern of the MH CET LAW is set by The Directorate of Higher Education (DHE). It Is the coordinating body of the state examinations.
MH CET Law coaching in Andheri, Borivali, Thane and Dadar location:
Office No. 04, D Wing,
3rd Floor, GoraGandhi Apartment,
Above Gora Gandhi Hotel, Chandavarkar Lane,
Opposite Borivali (W) Railway Station
Mobile No. – 98-92-91-97-60
Phone No. – 022-4123-7666