All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is an all India level law entrance examination. It is conducted by National Law University (NLU), Delhi, once in a year. Candidates can opt for admission in LL.M, 5 year B.A LL.B and Ph.D. programmes.
Qualification: Candidates must qualify graduation degree from any recognized board or university to be eligible for the examination.
Percentage: He/She must qualify with 55% marks (50% for reserved category) to be eligible for the examination.
Appearing: Candidates appearing for LLB final year exam will be also eligible for the examination.
The format of the examination is offline i.e., (pen-paper). The medium of the question paper is in English. The total time duration which a student is provided for attempting the paper is 1 hour 30 minutes i.e., (90 minutes). It is based on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and consists of 150 such questions. Each question is of 1 Mark and every wrong answer deducts 0.25 Mark.
The syllabus for AILET (PG) consists of the following subjects, such as: Law of Contracts, Family Law, Jurisprudence, International Law, Property Law, Intellectual Property Law, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Legal Theory and other related laws.