AILET Cutoff 2017 – Previous year’s Cut off & Expected Cut off 2017
AILET Cutoff 2017 – Check here AILET 2017 previous year’s cut off marks – AILET cut off 2016, 2015, 2014 & expected AILET cut off 2017
AILET Cutoff 2017
The AILET 2017, conducted by National Law University Delhi was conducted on May 7th, 2017. The results for AILET 2017 will be declared on May 18th, 2017.
The National Law university, Delhi will determine cutoff for AILET 2017 exam held in May 7th, 2018 for admission to its five-year integrated course, BA LLB and post graduate Law course. AILET 2017 cutoff is the least amount of marks required for getting shortlisted to law programmes run by NLU, Delhi. The Cutoff will be announced for general category, OBC, SC, ST and PwD and for Kashmiri Migrants.
Important Dates for AILET
|1||Offline test of AILET||May 7th, 2017|
|2||Declaration of Results||May 18, 2017|
|3||AILET Cutoff dates||May 18th, 2017|
AILET cutoff Rules:
NLU, Delhi conducts AILET for admission into both Graduate and Post Graduate level of courses. The AILET cutoff is merely a way to shortlist candidates for admission into the courses offered by NLU. Cutoff is determined by several factors like number candidates, seats offered, trends in marks obtained by students and the difficulty level of AILET 2017.
AILET Previous year’s cut off marks:
Get here AILET 2016 and AILET 2015 category wise and section wise cut off marks
AILET 2016: Cut-off
|Category||Cut-off for BA LLB (Hons)||Expected Cut-off for LLM|
AILET 2015 Cut-off Marks
|Category||Cut-off for BA LLB (Hons)||Cut-off for LLM|
AILET 2015: Section-wise cut-off for BA LLB admissions
|Section||Maximum Marks||Average Cut-off|
AILET 2014 Cut-off Marks
|Category||Cut-off for BA LLB (Hons)|
Expected cutoff for AILET 2017 for BA LLB
AILET LLM cutoff 2017
|Category||Expected Cutoff for AILET LLM 2017|
AILET Cut-off trends
The number of candidates taking the exam for AILET 2017 is far higher than it was in 2016. Therefore, expect the cutoff trends to be on the upsurge. Cutoff for AILET 2017 will be higher this year than it was last year. The trend of higher cut-off is more so applicable for BA LLB and even for LLM candidates. However, since the number of candidates for LLM will not be as much as BA LLB, we do not expect a surge in the cut-off for LLM.
After the Cut-off dates:
Shortly after the cutoff dates for AILET, NLU Delhi will be sending admission letters to candidates shortlisted based on marking and cutoffs. The selected candidates will have to attend AILET counselling on the respective dates based the marks they have secured in the AILET exams.
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