Army Institute of Law AIL LET
Admission to B.A., LL.B. 5 Year Degree Course will be made on the basis of the merit of Entrance Test to be conducted on all India Basis at 16 test centres. A candidate seeking admission to this course is required to send his/her application for the Entrance test (LET) in the prescribed form. Weightage is given to wards of gallantry award winners and war widows as per criteria laid by Army HQ (AWES).
AIL LET 2015: Army institute of law – Law entrance test, AIL LET 2015 will be conducted for BA LLB admissions. Details of the law entrance exam for 2015-16 admission session is expected to be announced in March 2015.
Army institute of law Mohali Law entrance test (LET) exam pattern is explained.
|Section/Subject||Total Questions||Total Marks|
|G.K. & Current Affairs||55||55|
|Logical Reasoning/ Metal Ability||55||55|
AIL LET 2015 application form can be filled online. The form will be available in June 2015. Interested candidates must submit the form in the given registration window only.
Archives of last year’s exam and admissions is given here for the reference of law aspirants.
LET 2014 Exam – 01 Jun 2014
LET 2014 Quick Links
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LET 2014 Important Information
- Discipline of Study
- Admissions Process
- Eligibility Criteria
- Certificates Required for Army Personnel
- Certificate of Category
- Important Instructions for Applicants Appearing in Qualifying Exam
- Modalities of Entrance Test
- Exam Centres
- Documents Submission
- Fee Structure
- Mode of Payment
About the Institute
The Army Institute of Law (AIL) was established in July 1999 by the Indian Army under the aegis of the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) at its interim location at Patiala. AIL shifted to its permanent campus in Sector 68, Mohali (Pb) in July 2003. It has a magnificent residential campus at Mohali with an impressive architectural structure in the vicinity of Chandigarh and Punjab & Haryana High Court. The Institute is fully residential with boys and girls staying in their respective hostels. AIL Mohali Campus was inaugurated by H.E. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, President of India on Dec 1, 2003.