ILICAT 2020 Admit Card / Hall Ticket releases by Indian Law Institute (ILI) in Online mode only. Admit Card will be issued to only those candidates who will complete the application process within the given schedule. The candidates who fill the application form on or before its last date will have to download the admit card from the official website of the institute. Candidates have to bring their admit card at the time of examination. Without the admit card they were not allowed for the examination. For get complete details about ILICAT 2020 Admit Card, refer this article.
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ILICAT 2020 Admit Card / Hall Ticket
ILICAT 2020 Admit Card / Hall Ticket is available at the official website. Candidates who appeared for the examination are required to go through the important dates regarding the admit card as given in the table below:
|Events (For Ph.D & LL.M Courses)||Dates|
|Issue of Admit Card||to be announced|
|Date of Examination|
Admit Card: ILICAT 2020 Admit Card will availanle on the Official Website: ili.ac.in
How to download the ILICAT 2020 Admit Card / Hall Ticket?
To download the admit card through online mode, the candidates have to follow the required steps as given below:
Step 1 – The candidates have to visit the official website of ILI i.e. ili.ac.in.
Step 2 – Next, the candidates will have to search and click on the link ‘ILICAT 2020 Admit Card’ on the homepage of the website.
Step 3 – Now, the candidates will be directed to the login page where they will have to enter the required login credentials.
Step 4 – After the successful login, the admit card will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5 – The candidates will have to check the details mentioned in the admit card and after verifying it, they need to download and save the admit card.
Step 6 – Lastly, the candidates will have to take a printout of the admit card for the future reference.
ILICAT 2020 Exam Pattern
The exam pattern for the admission test of the Ph.D. and LL.M courses will be provided by the Institute. The candidates who will appear for the admission test will have to go through the prescribed exam pattern as given below. The given exam pattern is based on the last year details and only for reference purpose.
For Ph.D. Course
There shall be a written test of three hours duration for the candidates who have not qualified UGC NET/JRF. The written test shall consist of two papers and will be held at 10.00 a.m at Indian Law Institute (Reporting Time 09:30 AM).
The syllabus for the Ph.D.Entrance Test is mentioned below:
|Part I||Legal Research Methodology||50 Marks|
|Five Question to be answered out of eight|
|Part II||On core subjects:||50 Marks|
|Five questioned to be answered in not more than 150 words from|
|(i)Jursiprudence, (ii)Constitutional Law, (iii)IPC &|
(iv)Commercial Laws (Contracts, Partnership & Sale Of Goods)
Note: Short listed Candidates based on the admission test shall be called for Presentation of their Research Plan and Interview. The candidates of exempted category shall be shortlisted based on the Research Plan submitted by them along with the application form.
All qualified candidates shall make a presentation before the Admission Committee on the proposed topic of research on a date notified by the Institute.
For LL.M Course
The All India Admission Test for admission to LL.M. One Year Programme to be conducted by the Indian Law Institute with the objective of Testing Aptitude for Research, Legal Reasoning and Comprehensions, and Basic Knowledge in different branches of Law and will be held in the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. The Shortlisted candidates will be called for Viva-Voce. The components and weightage of marks of admission finalised by the Academic Council are as under:-
|Sr. No.||Component||Weightage (Max. Marks)|
|2||Publication / Research/ Writing Skill|
Subjective Paper to test the legal writing skills of the candidate (alongwith the All India Admission Test)
|3||Viva-Voce (of the shortlisted candidates on merit on the basis of marks obtained in i & ii above)||20|
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