Introduction to MHCET Law in Malad
MH CET Law or Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law is a national level exam conducted by Directorate of Higher Education in Maharashtra for admissions into law courses offered by the law colleges of the state. Through the entrance exam, law aspirants are shortlisted for admissions to more than 10,000 seats of Five-year LLB courses offered at 120 law colleges and, around 15000 seats for three-year LLB courses offered at 135 law colleges.
Candidates should start their preparation as early as possible, this will ensure them completing the entire syllabus within time, starting early will also give extra time for revision. Make a study plan, it will be difficult to cover all topics without a proper planning. Stick to your plan, because otherwise covering syllabus would be difficult. Reading a newspaper daily is important and note down the important news and events to prepare current affairs. Reading an english news paper is particularly beneficial as it will also improve english gram
What is paper pattern of MHCET Law ?
The paper of MHCET Law consists of 150 questions. Each question in the MHCET Law for one mark making it a total of 150 marks. It is a multiple choice based paper and the MHCET Law does not have any negative marking. The MHCET Law is of 120 minutes in total and is conducted two languages, Hindi and English.
What is MHCET Law Eligibility Criteria?
For a 5 year LLB programme in MHCET the candidate must have completed at least 10th and 12th standard with minimum 45% aggregate in both. To be eligible for 3 year programme through MHCET Law the candidate must have completed 10+2+3 with minimum 45% aggregate in each. In MHCET Law eligibility for general candidates is 45%, for SC/ST from Maharashtra it is 40%, for OBC,SBC,NT(A)/DT/VJ from Maharashtra is 42% and for other states students eligibility for MHCET Law is 45%.
Subject wise marks distribution 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.
When is MHCET for Law conducted and mode of Exam ?
For a 5 year LLB, MHCET Law is conducted in the month of April while for a 3 year LLB, MHCET Law is conducted in June. The MHCET Law is an online computer based exam. It has objective type questions.
Number of seats available for LLB in Maharashtra?
For a 3 year LLB there are more than 15,000 seats available through MHCET Law, while for a 5 year LLB there are around 10,000 seats available.
How is MHCET Law in Malad?
There are a lot of coaching classes in Malad for MHCET Law, as there are a lot of colleges in Malad. Every year many students from these colleges in Malad sit for the MHCET Law. There are batches which start 1 year prior to the MHCET Law, weekend batches, weekday batches for MHCET Law. For students who are late in making their decision to appear for MHCET Law or students who are short on time, there are MHCET Law crass course batches which are only for a duration of 2-3 months which cover the syllabus in a short time. The coaching classes also provide papers of previous years of MHCET Law, which give the student an idea as to the type and difficulty of questions coming in the test. There are about 50+ coaching classes in Malad for MHCET Law.
Is negative marking applied in the MH CET LAW papers?
There is no negative marking in the MH CET LAW exam, therefore, in case of wrong attempts no marks will be deducted from the total marks.
What is the duration of MH CET LAW paper?
The MH CET LAW paper is to be attempted for a time span for 2 hours.