MH LAWCET (3YEARS) Exam information:

About Exam :

MH LAW-CET is a 3year full-time degree for the aspirants who are planning to shape their career In the field of Law for them MH LAW-CET is the right option where the  “Directorate of Higher Education” (DHE) Maharashtra conducts the 3 year Law entrance test. It gives the opportunity to secure admissions in 15040 seats across 218 affiliated to 11 state universities. Candidates can secure admission in  LLB (3 years) programmes offered in law colleges of Maharashtra state. 

ELIGIBILITY:  Students who are planning for 3years law program, can appear for this exam once they have cleared with their Graduation with minimum of 45% for general category and 40% for SC-ST-OBC from a recognized university or equivalent to that irrespective of any field. Also, graduation (TY) appearing students can also apply for this Exam.

Mode of Exam: It would be an online based entrance.

Marking Scheme: +1 Mark for each correct answer, No negative marking for wrong or

                                   unattempted questions.

 

Paper Pattern :

S.No.

Sections

Total Questions

 Marks allotted 

1.

English

50

50

2.

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

40

40

3.

Legal Aptitude

30

30

4.

Logical and Analytical Reasoning

30

30

 

TENTATIVE EXAM DATES: MH LAWCET (3 yrs) is Conducted every year tentatively in the month of May or June.

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ACROSS MAHARASHTRA

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Syllabus

English with passage

 

Logical Reasoning

 

G.K.  and Current Affairs

 

LEGAL APTITUDE

Synonyms and Antonyms

Series

Polity

 

Indian Constitution

 

Analogies

 

Analogy, Classification

History- Ancient, Medieval, Modern and World

 

Law of Torts

 

Idioms and Phrases

 

Coding - Decoding

Geography

 

Family Law

 

One word substitution

 

Blood relation

Economics

 

Indian Penal Code

 

Sentence improvement/Correction

 

Syllogism

General Science

 

Contract Act

Paragraph Jumbled

Input-output

Science and technology

 

Intellectual Property Rights

Spotting errors

 

Direction test

Ecology

 

Labour Laws

Word Usages/ Spelling mistakes

 

Seating arrangement, Puzzle

CURRENT AFFAIRS

 

Legal Misc.  

ENGLISH COMPREHENSION

 

Statement , Assumptions,Arguments,

Inference

 

 

 

 

Course of Action,

Cause and Effect

 

 

 

Critical Reasoning