Introduction to MHCET Law in Churchgate
CET is the Common Entrance Test which is conducted for admissions in full time courses for an undergraduate in Law in professional colleges across Maharashtra. MHCET Law is applicable for admission in both 3 year LLB and 5 year LLB.
MHCET Law syllabus consists of subjects like Legal aptitude and Legal reasoning, General knowledge with current affairs, Logical and Analytical Reasoning, English and Math. Legal aptitude and Legal reasoning includes Indian polity including Executive, Judiciary and Legislature, Law prepositions with facts and Constitution in MHCET Law. General knowledge with current affairs subject in MHCET Law has topics like History (with special reference to modern history and legal history such as GOI acts, Freedom struggle, etc), Indian Geography upto the 12th Std, Latest rules and amendments and Current affairs like new events of national and international importance, appointments, sports, awards etc. Topics included in the Logical and analytical reasoning are Completing arguments, drawing well-supported conclusions, Reasoning by Analogy, Applying principles or rules, Sets and statements, puzzle, blood relation, series etc in MHCET Law. English comprises of vocabulary, Synonyms and Antonyms, Ana
What is the paper format of MHCET LAW?
MH CET LAW consists of 150 MCQs of 1 mark each. It consists of the following parts -
English which consists of 30 questions of 1 mark each.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs which consists of 30 questions of 1 mark each.
Legal Aptitude which consists of 40 questions of 1 mark each.
Logical and Analytical Reasoning which consists of 40 questions of 1 mark each.
Mathematical Aptitude which consists of 10 questions of 1 mark each.
Hence, MH CET LAW paper consists of a total of 150 marks.
How are the marks distributed per subject in MHCET Law?
For a 5 year LLB in MHCET Law Logical and Analytical reasoning is of 40 marks(40 questions), General knowledge with current affairs is for 30 marks(30 questions), Legal Aptitude and Legal reasoning is of 40 marks(40 questions), English section is worth 30 marks(30 questions) and Math is of 10 marks(10 questions). For a 3 year LLB in MHCET Law Logical and Analytical reasoning is of 30 marks(30 questions), General knowledge with current affairs is for 40 marks(40 questions), Legal Aptitude and Legal reasoning is of 30 marks(30 questions), English section is worth 50 marks(50 questions). There is not Math in MHCET Law for a 3 year LLB.
What is the eligibility criteria for MH CET LAW?
The criteria for MH CET LAW Examination is as follows -
For Five-year integrated LLB courses - They should have passed the Senior Secondary School Examination/ Intermediate Examination/ 12th Board Examination from any recognised educational institution under the state board or national board of education to appear for the MH CET LAW Exam.
Moreover, they must have secured 45% marks in aggregate in the qualifying exam to appear for MH CET LAW Examination.
If belonging to SC/ ST category of Maharashtra state, then the minimum marks required to appear for MH CET LAW Exam are 40% as per relaxation in aggregate marks.
As per the age limit criteria the candidates appearing for the MH CET LAW examination should be at least 20 years old at the time of admission. However, in case of candidates belonging to OBC, SC, ST categories of Maharashtra state, the age limit is 22 years minimum at the time of admission in MH CET LAW Exam.
For Three-year LLB courses - Candidates should be graduate
Classes for MHCET in Churchgate?
Churchgate has one of the highest number of coaching classes for MHCET Law. The classes are nearby to the station making it convenient for students. Moreover there are many colleges in Churchgate, so the students can directly go to classes from college if need be. There are many famous classes in Churchgate which are specially known for MHCET Law . They have students which have got into top institutes through the MHCET Law.