AP Law Common Entrance Test 2019: application form

By | December 25, 2018

Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test 2019: AP Law Common Entrance Test 2019 will be conducted for entry into those seats of one year of five Year or four year LL.B. Degree Courses LAWCET 2019 in the Universities in Andhra Pradesh and their approval colleges. These tests are being conducted by the Sri Krishna devaraya University (SKU), Anantapur on through of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education, Hyderabad. Eligible Candidate can read all necessary details regarding AP LAWCET 2019 such as how to apply, eligibility criteria, fee, selection process etc on this page.

Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test 2019: application form, Impotent dates

Latest – AP LAWCET 2019 Hall Ticket/admit card is now available for download. Check “Hall Ticket” link. The AP Law common Entrance Test – 2019 or its admissions will be made in strict compliance of Rules or Regulations of the University concerned, APSCHE,BCI and relevant G.O.s of Andhra Pradesh that are in force or also amendments that can come from time to time. The list of approved Law Colleges along with sanctioned strength or the courses that are permitted by the Bar Council of India, APSCHE and the seats for which the Govt. is competent to make admissions for the academic year 2019-20 shall be informed after publication of the results. The University admission process will be notified separately by the APSCHE, Hyderabad.

Schedule for AP LAWCET 2019:

Events Dates
Online application forms starts Third week of February 2019
Last date for submission application forms Last week of March 2019
Last date for submit of application fee First week of April 2019
Admit card Second week & third week of April 2019
Date of examination Last week of April 2019
Exam answer key First week of May 2019
Result declared First week of August 2019

AP LAWCET Eligibility Criteria 2019:

3 year LL.B / B.L. Course: All eligible Candidates for Three year LL.B. should have passed any Graduate Degree (10+2+3 pattern) of approved University with 45% of aggregate marks and any other examination approved as equivalent by the Universities concerned. If any eligible candidate secured less than 45% in graduation they should have passed any graduation or post-graduation with 45% Per.

5 Year LL.B./B.L. Course : The eligible Candidates for 5 year LL.B. should have passed two year Intermediate Examination (10+2) with 45% of aggregate marks and any examination recognized as equivalent by University concerned or the Board of Intermediate Education(10+2), A.P.

Nationality and Domicile: The all candidate should be an Indian National or should satisfy

Local or Unreserved status requirement as laid down in Andhra Pradesh Educational Institutions (APEI Regulation of Admissions) Order, 1974 and amendments made thereto from time to time.

Note: There is a relaxation of 5 percent of marks in the above qualifying examinations for Three year or Five year Law course in favor of the eligible candidates belonging to SC / ST.

The eligible Candidate appearing for above qualifying exams may also take LAWCET in anticipation of results. In case of such candidate, their entry shall be subject to their securing eligible marks in the said qualifying exams.

The candidate who have obtained 10+2 or graduation or post-graduation through open Universities system without having any basic qualification such studies are not eligible for admission into the law courses.

AP LAWCET Entrance Test Pattern:

The Test is designed for candidate’s General Knowledge, current affairs, aptitude and Mental ability to pursue the study of Law and Test consists of 3 parts. Total no. of questions will be 120 or duration of test is 90 minutes. The question paper will be set both in Telugu or English. There is no negative mark for incorrect answers.

 

Part – A :Consists of 30 quest carrying 30 marks : Current Affairs

Part – B :Consists of 30 quest carrying 30 marks : Mental Ability and General Knowledge.

Part –C : Consists of 60 quest carrying 60 marks : Aptitude for the Study of Law

The questions in Part-C, Aptitude for elementary knowledge of the basic principles of the Law or Constitution of India on the Part of Student is assumed. Questions will be including multiple choices questions.

Regional Centers of Entrance Test for 3 year / 5 year LL.B. Courses

 The location will be Anantapuramu, Rajahmundry,Kadapa, Guntur, Kurnool, Srikakulam, Tirupati, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam and Nellore.

 

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