GLAT 2020 Admit Card – Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat, will release GLAT 2020 admit card on July 17, 2020. The exam will be conducted on July 19, 2020. It is provided in pdf format on the official website i.e. on geetalawcollege.in. Candidates can login with their application number and DOB to download their GLAT 2020 admit card. They should note that the GLAT 2020 admit card is not sent offline or through post. It comprises of crucial details like name, address of the test centre and timings of the GLAT 2020 exam. Scroll below to know more about steps to download, details in admit card and important instructions etc.
GLAT 2020 Admit Card
Candidates are provided admissions into the B.A.LL.B. & B.B.A.LL.B course on the basis of their marks in the GLAT 2020 admit card. The duration of the GLAT 2020 is 1 hour and 90 minutes. Candidates can download their GLAT 2020 admit card online only. Scroll below for more details.
|GLAT 2020 Admit Card||Dates (Revised)|
|Issue of Admit Cards|
|GLAT 2020 Exam Dates|
|Written test Result|
|Declaration of final result and Personal Interview|
Download Admit Card: Candidates can download GLAT 2020 Admit Card as per schedule at geetalawcollege.in
How to download GLAT 2020 Admit Card?
Candidates should ensure that they have a smooth internet connection and a compatible browser before downloading their GLAT 2020 admit card. Shown below are the steps.
STEP 1: First of all, visit the official website or the above mentioned link.
STEP 2: Thereafter, go to the link for GLAT admit card on the homepage.
STEP 3: Next, enter application number and DOB to download the same.
Details on GLAT 2020 admit card
Candidates must read and check all the details on the GLAT admit card. Shown below are the steps.
- Name of the candidate
- Roll Number
- Photograph of candidate
- Timings of Exam
- Name and address of test centre
What to do in case of discrepancy in GLAT 2020 admit card?
Candidates must not worry if they find discrepancy in details present on the GLAT admit card. They can contact on the following numbers.
For enquiries : 97299-70000, 92787-68000
Things to carry to GLAT 2020 test centre
Candidates should carry the following items to the GLAT 2020 admit card.
- 2-3 photocopy of GLAT 2020 Admit Card.
- Valid Photo ID proof which includes Adhaar card, PAN card, passport, etc.
- Pen (blue / black)
Things not to carry to GLAT 2020 test centre
Candidates are strictly advised not to carry the following GLAT 2020 test centre. They are as follows.
- Electronic devices
- Mobile Phones
- Written Texts / Papers
- Notes, notebooks, textbooks, etc.
- Bags, handbags, purses, wallets, etc
- Food items
GLAT 2020 Exam Pattern
Candidates must read and understand the GLAT 2020 exam pattern. They are as follows.
- Mode of Examination: GLAT 2020 is conducted in offline mode.
- Duration: The duration of exam is 1 and a half hour (90 minutes)
- Type of Question: There are Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) in exam.
- Number of Questions: There are 100 questions.
- Total Marks: The exam is 100 marks in total.
Distribution of Question
GLAT 2020 examination paper comprises of 4 different sections. They are as follows.
|General knowledge and current affairs||25|
|Legal aptitude and legal awareness||30|
Given below is the marking scheme for GLAT 2020.
- For correct answers : +1 mark is awarded for each correct answer.
- For incorrect answers : There is no negative marking.
Geeta Law Admission Test (GLAT) is conducted each year for admission in law courses – B.A. LL.B (hons.)/ BBA LLB (Hons.), LL.B, LL.M. Candidate who wants to take admission has to write an admission examination. Eligibility for B.A. LL.B (hons.) / BBA LLB (Hons.) is 45% marks in 10+2 and for LL.B and LL.M programme candidate must qualify the qualifying programme. Selection is done on the basis of merit list (rank list) and interview round.
GLAT 2020 FAQs
Ques 1. How can i download GLAT 2020 Admit Card ?
Ques 2. Is it mandatory to carry GLAT 2020 Admit Card to the test centre?
Ques 3. I am unable to download admit card. What to do now?
Ques 4. What should I carry to the test centre?
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