All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2013 results were declared today, on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 by National Law University (NLU), Delhi in their official website. This highly competitive national law entrance examination to get admission into NLU, Delhi was conducted in various cities in India on April 28, 2013.
The examination was conducted for admissions into the undergraduate course in law offered by NLU, Delhi for the 2013 session. The roll number wise results have been declared on the website which shows List of Selected Candidates and First Waiting List of candidates in General, Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Persons with Disabilities (PWD) and Kashmiri Migrant Categories. The category wise merit list of candidates qualified in AILET-2013 (with 60 and above marks in General, PWD and Kashmiri Migrants category and 45 and above in SC, ST category) and the not qualified candidates (less than 60 marks in General, PWD and Kashmiri Migrants category and 45 marks in SC, ST category) have been declared there.
The cut-off for General Category is at 100 marks. The results were declared on the NLU website and Ritika Ajitsaria topped the entrance by scoring 116 marks followed by Shubham Jain, Malavika Parthasarathy, Dhruva Murari Gandhi and Harshavardhan Sunder with 110 marks each, bagging the Rank 2 spot. The candidates of General Category who have cracked this prestigious entrance test have scored between 116 and 100 marks. The selected candidates in the SC category scored between 90 to 80 marks.
Last year, there were 10,543 candidates who wrote AILET, but this year there were 12,820 students all across the country vying for those coveted 70 seats in NLU, Delhi. Out of 70 seats, 52 seats are for admission in General category, 11 seats in SC category, 5 seats in ST category, 2 in PWD category, 1 seat is (over and above the 70 seats) reserved for the Kashmiri Migrants category, and 10 seats are under Foreign National Category for admission on merit whose results will be declared later by NLU, Delhi.
The 90 minutes long examination consisted of 150 multiple choice objective type questions that had English, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, Logical Reasoning and Elementary Mathematics sections. The question booklet and answers key will be available at the University website from today May 20, 2013.
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