MH CET LAW is a common entrance test which is conducted for admissions in the LLB (3 years and 5 years) programme in the state of Maharashtra. Candidates are required to follow a certain procedure to enroll for the aforementioned programme. This article will provide the candidates all the details regarding MHCET Law, 2019, including:
- How to fill MH CET Law Application Form?
- MH CET Law Rules & Regulations.
- MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria.
- TS LAWCET Exam Dates.
- MH CET Law Exam Pattern.
- MH CET Law Exam Center.
- MH CET Law Admit Card.
- MH CET Law Syllabus.
- Important Books for MH CET Law Preparation.
- How to Check MH CET Law Result?
- MH CET Law Previous Year Cut-Off.
- MH CET Law Preparation Tips.
How to fill MH CET LAW Application Form?
To register for MH CET Law 2019, follow the procedure mentioned below:
STEP 1 – Visit the official website, i.e., http://dhe.mhpravesh.in.
STEP 2 – The interested and eligible candidates can apply online (no other mode of application is acceptable).
The candidates need to register before filling the application form. After successfully registering, the candidates are assigned a registration Id and a password that is to be kept safe for future reference and for filling the application form.
STEP 3 – Fill the application form carefully only after reading the eligibility criteria carefully.
STEP 4 – Submission and payment of application form: Candidate will Fill up the Application form, upload the required documents and pay the fee prescribed Rs. 5,000/- online as per the schedule.
Documents to be attached:
The candidates are required to carry all original certificates/documents in support of their claim at the time of filling up of application form for admission for the scrutiny and verification at admitted College. The admitted college will appoint an expert committee to verify the documents of the candidates before admitting them. If a candidate is unable to produce the original certificates at the time of his/her admission on account of admission already secured to some other institution, he or she shall produce a certificate from the Head of the institution where he/she has already taken admission indicating that he/she has been admitted to a particular course in that institution on a particular date and hence original certificates have been retained in that institution. The candidate shall produce the attested copies of the certificates duly attested by the Head of the concerned institution. Such candidates shall be required to pay the fees immediately at the time of admission and such candidates shall be permitted to submit the required original certificates within the 04 working days after the date of payment of fees.
MH CET LAW Rules and Regulations:
The rules and regulations mentioned below are exactly as mentioned in the brochure:
- All candidates are advised to download the Information Brochure for CAP-2019 and read it carefully before filling in the online Centralized Application Process Form. They are further advised to refer to CET Information Brochure also for reference.
- All Candidates are informed that in online Process, every Notice, notification, Change is intimated in online Mode only.
- Candidates are advised to keep up eating with the website for latest notifications and change in the schedule if any.
- Candidates are advised to seek the help of the colleges of Law in their locality to fill in the online CAP form/option form if they want.
- Application once finally, submitted will not be allowed to be withdrawn/ edited/changed in any circumstances. Fees once paid for Category change will NOT be refunded under any circumstances nor can be held in reserve for Next Year’s CAP.
- All Colleges of Law should update their website with Infrastructure, human resources, Fees, hostel facility, Library, various laboratories available in the College of Law, NAAC Accreditation, BCI Recognition (Optional), University Affiliation details, College timings, etc. The details on the college website and the details submitted to the Directorate of Higher Education for College approval for Admission process should reasonably match.
- The colleges will verify the documents of the Candidates and tally them with the details in Provisional Admission Letter, details filled in online CET & CAP application form and documents uploaded by the candidate in online CAP form and match them with the original/self attested documents of the candidate as per the eligibility criteria mentioned in the CAP and CET Information Brochure.
- If there is any discrepancy is observed the candidate will be directed to edit the options form/upload the document required at the appropriate time as per the Time Table/Schedule.
MH CET LAW Eligibility Criteria:
A Graduate or Postgraduate candidate in any faculty of any University in Maharashtra established by an Act of Parliament or by a State Legislature or an equivalent National Institution in Maharashtra recognized as a Deemed to be University or Foreign University in Maharashtra recognized as equivalent to the status of an Indian University by an authority competent to declare equivalence; and
|Type of Maharashtra State Candidature||Details of Maharashtra State Candidature|
|Type – A||A Candidate who is Domicile of Maharashtra or born in Maharashtra, or|
|Type – B||The Father or Mother of the Candidate is domiciled in the State of Maharashtra, or|
|Type – C||The Father or Mother of the Candidate is an Employee of the Government of India or Government of India Undertaking who is posted and reported to duty in the Maharashtra State before the last date for submitting the Application Form for CAP, or|
|Type – D||The Father or Mother of the Candidate is an employee of the Government of Maharashtra or Government of Maharashtra Undertaking, or|
|Type – E||The Candidates passing SSC and or HSC Examination or Equivalent Examination from a recognized Institution from a disputed Maharashtra-Karnataka Border Area and whose Mother tongue is Marathi.|
All India Candidature:
The Candidates having Indian Nationality are eligible under this Category.
The Maharashtra domiciled candidate belonging to a particular linguistic or religious minority community from within the State and as notified by the government is eligible under this category.
Jammu and Kashmir Migrant Candidature:
- The children of citizens, who are displaced from Jammu and Kashmir to any part of India or from the unsafe border area of Jammu and Kashmir to a relatively safer place in Jammu and Kashmir from 1990 onwards due to terrorist activities; or
- The children of officers belonging to Indian Administrative Services (IAS) or Indian Police Services (IPS) or Indian Foreign Services (IFS) and children of staff belonging to military and paramilitary forces transferred to Jammu and Kashmir to combat terrorist activities and joined the post on or before the last date for submission of application for admission; or
- The children of staff and officers of Jammu and Kashmir police engaged in combating terrorism; are eligible under this category.
MH CET LAW Reservation Criteria:
|S.NO.||Category of Reservation||Percentage of Seats Reserved|
|01.||Scheduled Castes and Schedule Caste converted to Buddhism (SC)||13%|
|02.||Schedule Tribes (ST)||7%|
|03.||Vimukta Jati (VJ) / De Notified Tribes (DT) (NT-A)||3%|
|04.||Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B)||2.5%|
|05.||Nomadic Tribes 2 (NT-C)||3.5%|
|06.||Nomadic Tribes 3 (NT-D)||2%|
|07.||Other Backward Classes (OBC)||19%|
MH CET LAW 2019 Exam Dates:
|Commencement of online registration of application||Last week of March 2019|
|Closure of registration of application||1st week of April 2019|
|Closure for editing application details||1st week of April 2019|
|Last date for printing your application||Last week of April 2019|
|Online Fee Payment||Last week of March to 1st week of April 2019|
|Admit Card Release||3rd week of April 2019|
|Date of Examination||3rd week of June 2019 (3 years LLB) & 4th week of April 2019 (5 years LLB)|
|Declaration of result||4th week of June 2019|
MH CET LAW Exam Pattern:
- Mode of examination: The examination will be conducted through online mode (CBT).
- Type of questions: Multiple Choice Questions are asked.
- Number of Questions: 150.
- Medium: The question paper will be asked in English & Marathi language.
- Duration: 2 hours.
- Marking Scheme: One mark is awarded for every correct answer.
- Negative Marking: No marks will be deducted for the wrong answer.
MH CET LAW Exam Centers:
The cities where the examination is conducted are:
- Miraj (Sangli)
MH CET LAW Admit Card:
The candidates can log on to the official website of the MHCET Law and avail they admit card for MHCET Law 2019 by simply providing their registration id and password assigned.
MH CET LAW Syllabus:
The MH CET Law syllabus comprises of the topics related to the law. The questions will be asked from the following sections, i.e.,
- Legal Aptitude and
- Legal Reasoning
- Logical and Analytical Reasoning
- General Knowledge with Current Affairs
- English and Basic Mathematics
Books to refer
|Name of the book||Author|
|Indu’s MH-CET Law 2017 – Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for 3 & 5 Years LL.B Course||M. S. Ismail & Rahul J. Surywanshi|
|MH CET Law 2018: Avhad’s Guide to Maharashtra CET Common Law Entrance Test 2018||Dr. Sudhakar E. Avhad|
|Aarti & Co.’s Guidelines for MH-CET||Cyrus J. Pooniwala|
|MH-CET: Law for L.L.B.||Adv. Rewati Mohite|
How to check MH CET law 2019 result:
The candidates can log on to the official website of the MHCET law and by simply providing their registration ID and password assigned they can check their score and tally it with the proposed cutoff to see whether they are qualified for that particular post or not.
MH CET LAW Cutoff:
|MH CET Law Participating colleges||MH CET Law Cutoff 2018|
|Government Law College, Mumbai||130-145|
|Dr. Ambedkar College of Law, Mumbai||100-135|
|GJ Advani Law College, Mumbai||100-140|
|Indian Law Society Law College, Pune||110-145|
|KC Law College, Mumbai||100-130|
|Manikchand Pahade Law College, Mumbai||55-85|
|New Law College, Mumbai||110-140|
|Rizvi Law College, Mumbai||90-135|
|Shankar Rao Chavan Law College, Pune||95-135|
|Shri Shivaji Maratha Law College, Pune||95-125|
|St. Wilfred’s College of Law, Mumbai||85-120|
|Vidya Prasarak Mandal TMC Law College, Thane||100-130|
MH CET LAW Preparation Tips:
STEP 1 – Note down your goals.
STEP 2 – Divide your goals into smaller tasks.
STEP 3 – Assign a deadline to every task.
STEP 4 – Make a plan to execute the tasks.
STEP 5 – Start the execution of the plan.
Always keep track of your progress.
A few things that will help you in getting better score are:
- Take regular mock tests – it will help you finish the exam within the provided time.
- Practice as many questions as you can.
- Start early preparation.
- Focus on your weak as well as strong points, equally.
All the best for the examination, prepare well.
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