Panjab University UG Law Entrance Exam 2016 admit card or PU UG LAW 2016 admit card is the roll number slip generated at candidate login. PU BA / B.Com LLB (Hons) 2016 Admit Card can be downloaded from the website uglaw.puchd.ac.in. Candidates who have submitted the application form, and fee, can get the roll number allotted to them for the PU Law entrance exam for admission.
|Availability of Admit card||18 Apr 2016|
|Date of Holding Entrance Test||24 Apr 2016|
PU BA / B.Com LLB (Hons) 2016 Admit Card – Available
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The candidate shall be admitted to the Entrance Test only on the production of the Admit Card at the Test Centre. No candidate shall be allowed to take the Entrance Test without the production of the Admit Card under any circumstances. The candidate must retain the Admit Card with them till the admission process is over.
Admit card will be issued to the candidate only provisionally, at her/his sole risk and responsibility. If s/he is found to be ineligible, later on, it will lead to cancellation of her/his result and any other consequence/s emanating from the same. It is further clarified that as far as the eligibility is concerned, university shall, in no way, be responsible.
Qualifying the Entrance Test shall not, ipso facto, entitle a candidate to get admission to an institution/Course concerned where s/he intends to seek admission. It will be the sole responsibility of the candidate to fulfil all the eligibility conditions as may be prescribed for admission to said course/s in the rules and regulations of university/institution concerned.
The fee for the Entrance Test once paid shall not be refunded.
The Entrance Test shall be based on ‘Legal and General Awareness’ as per the details given below:
- Number of Questions – 100
- Marks allotted to each question – 1 mark each
- Marks deducted for each wrong answer – ¼
- Total Marks for the paper – 100 marks
- Duration of the Paper – 90 minutes
Out of these 100 questions, 60 questions will be based on Testing General Knowledge and Current Affairs, 20 Aptitude for Law, 10 Testing Mental Ability and rest of the 10 questions testing English Language. The Question Paper will be available in English, Hindi and Punjabi (except for the portion “proficiency in English Language”).
However, the medium of instruction for teaching and semester examination will be English only.