AILET Cutoff 2019

24 Oct, 2018

AILET Cutoff 2019 – National Law University, Delhi will be announcing the AILET Cutoff 2019. It will be the deciding authority to determine the AILET Cutoff in 2019 for the admission to five-year combined law programs. The AILET Cutoff is the least required scores to be secured by the candidates for admittance into BA LLB programs in the NLU. The AILET cutoff is also considered the final rank acknowledged by an All India entrant for BA-LLB program enrollments. NLU Delhi arranges the counseling process for bachelors and postgraduate study programs based on AILET cut-off marks. NLU Delhi also governs the AILET Cutoff for each legal program and also for each category that includes General, Other Backward Class (OBC), Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Disability Person (PwD), and Kashmiri Migrants. The NLU Delhi also prepares the AILET merit list for the admission procedure based on AILET cut-offs, as defined by the NLU.

S.No Events Dates (Tentative)
1. AILET Final exam 2019 First week of May 2019
2. Announcement of AILET 2019 Result Third week of May 2019
3. Declaration of AILET Cutoff Third week of May 2019

AILET Cutoff 2019: Category-wise

Before the candidates begin with their preparations they should be aware of the expected category-wise cut-off to get into the AILET Merit list. The table below will show the expected cutoff for various categories.

Category AILET Cutoff
General Category 71.25
Scheduled Caste (SC) 49.5
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 48.25
Persons with Disability (PwD) 42.75
Kashmiri Migrants (KM) 40.25
Inhabitants of Jammu and Kashmir  58

AILET Cutoff 2019: Key Point to Note

  • Candidates should meet cut-off grades for admission to BA LLB (Hons.), LLM & Ph.D. programs offered at the NLU, Delhi. The AILET merit list 2019 will be published along with the result. It will be available in the third week of May 2019. The officials will declare discrete merit lists for each legal program.
  • The merit list is prepared by NLU Delhi, on the basis of the cutoff marks scored by the candidates. The merit list is declared by grades secured, by category, and by roll number.
  • The authorities will issue two types of cut-offs namely the Qualifying Cut Off and Short Listing Cut Off.
  • The candidates of general category must secure at least 40% and 30% for SC and ST candidates of the overall marks in the AILET 2019, for the Entry. The University reserves the right to keep the vacancies open, if no candidates qualify with minimum cut-off marks.
  • If two or more applicants score the same percentage of marks in the Entrance exam their merit will be decided on the basis of part of marks in the Higher Secondary School or its corresponding as acknowledged by the University.
  • If still there are candidates with same marks in the HSC exam, then 10th grade qualifying marks will be taken into account.

    Qualifying Cut Off: All candidates must receive this specific cut-off score to meet the requirements of qualification for the exam. This indicates the minimum qualifying cut-off score applicants must earn in order to qualify for the exam. The qualification in the test, however, does not guarantee that the candidates for the advisory rounds are shortlisted.

    Category Cut Off Score
    General, Persons with Disabilities (PWD), Inhabitants of Jammu and Kashmir, and Kashmiri Emigrants 60 & beyond
    Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) 45 & beyond

    Shortlist cut-off: In order to be short-listed for the counseling round, candidates must reach this cut-off score.

    Aspects influencing the AILET Cutoff 2019

    • Level of difficulty of the exam
    • Total number of seats vacant
    • The total number of applicants who qualified for the exam.
    • Total number of applicants who performed at the exam.
    • Last year: Cutoff trends.
    • Evaluation scheme.
    • Reservation norms

    Applicants may understand about AILET cutoff drift from over the years. Previous year, the General category applicants required at least 89 out of 150 points for admission to the BA LLB program, while those of the Scheduled Caste (SC) and the Scheduled Tribes (ST) required 71 and 68 points, correspondingly. AILET Cutoff 2019 is, nevertheless, predictable to be ascended extra than that of the preceding year.


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