National Law University, Delhi will release the AILET Cut Off 2021 on the official website. AILET 2021 cut off marks are the minimum qualifying marks that must be scored to get admission into the law programs offered by NLU Delhi.

The exam conducting authority will release cut-offs category-wise i,e, for General, OBC, SC, ST, PwD, and Kashmiri Migrants. If you have secured only above the cut off marks, then you will be eligible for further stages. Read through the post, to know about expected and previous year cut off marks for AILET Exam. 

The cut off marks for AILET 2021 will be released separately for UG and PG programs. Based on past data, the cut off marks is released after the declaration of AILET Result 2021

  • The cut off marks will be determined based on various factors such as the number of candidates who appeared for the exam, difficulty level of the paper, total seats available, etc.
  • The university will prepare the merit list on the basis of AILET Cut Off 2021.
  • This year, the AILET Exam is scheduled for 20th June 2021. Hence, the cut off is expected to be out in July 2021. 

AILET Expected Cutoff 2021

Based on the cut off marks, you will be called for AILET 2021 Counselling. Take a look at the below table to know the AILET expected cut off marks:

Categories Cut-off
General 80-90
Scheduled Caste 50-80
Scheduled Tribe 50-70
Persons with Disability 50-80
Kashmiri Migrants 50-90
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir 60-80

AILET Study Plan 2021

AILET Study Plan 2021

Deciding Parameters for AILET Cut Off 2021

  • Number of candidates appeared for the exam
  • Previous Year's Cut Off
  • Number of available seats
  • The difficulty level of the paper
  • The number of qualifying candidates
  • Category of the candidate
  • Reservation Rules

Previous Year AILET Cut Off Marks for B.A. LLB

To get an idea about the cut off marks, we have tabulated the previous year marks here. Go through the category-wise previous year AILET Cut Offs for BA LLB and gear up your preparations. As the number of applicants increase, the difficulty level will increase and relatively the cut-off will be high.

Category 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015
General 72.25 71.25 89 105 103
Kashmiri Migrants 35.25 40.25 81 76 101
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir 51.25 58 78 73 -
Persons with Disabilities (PwD) 35.25 42.75 74 78 83
Scheduled Caste (SC) 49.75 49.5 71 85 85
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 50 48.25 68 83 80

AILET Previous Year Cut Off for LLM

Here is the previous year's AILET cut off for LLM program. 

Category 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016
General 81.25 57.25 76-81 90 85
Persons with Disabilities (PwD) 38.75 26 70 65
Scheduled Caste (SC) 60.25 36.5 56-61 75 70
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 61.25 28 51-56 55 52
Kashmiri Migrants 58.5 11.75 75 75
EWS 63.75 - - - -

AILET Cutoff Trend for BA LLB

From the below graph, we can observe the previous year cut off trend for the AILET BA LLB program. You can get a clear idea about how the cut off marks vary for each year. 

AILET LLB Cut off

AILET Cut Off Trend for LLM

Now, let us understand the cut off trend for AILET LLM program. Take a look at the previous year AILET LLM Cut Off from the below graph.

AILET LLM cut off

FAQ's

When will the AILET 2021 Cut Off be released?

The AILET Cut Off 2020 will be released tentatively in June 2021. 

Is the AILET Cut off the same for every year?

No. The AILET cut off vary for each year depending on the difficulty level of the paper, the number of candidates appeared for the exam, category of the candidate, previous year cut off marks, etc.

What is the expected AILET cut off 2021 for a general category?

It is expected that candidates belonging to general category must score between 80-90 to get admission in the NLU, Delhi.

Are residents of Jammu & Kashmir offered any relaxation in the AILET Cut Off?

Yes. As per the previous year trends, residents of Jammu & Kashmir are provided with relaxation in the AILET Cut Off.

Is the AILET Cut Off same for all categories?

No. The AILET cut off varies for each category. Candidates belonging to reserved category will have a lower cut off compared to candidates belonging to general category.