Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra in the year 2016 introduced a Common Entrance Test (MHCET Law), for students seeking admissions to the government law colleges in the state. DTE conducts the online exam to select students for the five year Law Program after class XII and three year law program after graduation. MHCET Law 2018 for admissions to five year LLB program is scheduled on 22 April 2018, virtually making it the first major law entrance of the year.
MHCET Law 2018 Eligibility:
Candidate seeking admission to the law colleges must have secured a minimum of 45% in the qualifying exam (Class XII). There is no age limit in accordance to BCI rules.
MHCET Law 2018 Exam Pattern:
Students will be selected for the law schools, basis the rank secured in the MHCET Law 2018 entrance. MHCET Law is a two hour computer based test designed to evaluate the candidate’s aptitude for legal education. There is no negative marking.
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MHCET Law 2018 Colleges:
MHCET scores and ranks will be accepted by colleges in Maharashtra admitting students to their law program. The list is exhaustive; however, some of the top colleges accepting MHCET scores are listed below for reference:
- Government Law College (GLC)
- Pravin Gandhi College of Law
- Rizvi Law College
- Vivekanand Education Society’s College of Law
- ILS Law College
- New Law College, BVP
- DES’s Navalmal Firodia Law College
- PES’s Modern Law College
MHCET Law 2018: Important Dates
Registration Closes: 30 March 2018 (Earlier 26 March)
MHCET Law Scheduled on: 22 April 2018
To register for MHCET Law 2018, one must visit the official page
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