MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2019

22 Oct, 2018

MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2019 – Before appearing to any National or State Level exam students must know the detailed eligibility criteria of such exam. In the absence of proper knowledge about eligibility criteria of any exam, the student will lose the harden money and his/her valuable time also. MH CET Law test 2019 is also one of the renowned state level tests in the field of Law. This state level exam will be conducted by Government of Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell, Mumbai. This is a state level entrance exam through which the eligible Students can get admission in various law institutions in the state of Maharashtra. In this detailed blog, we will try to give aspirants a look at MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2019 in detail. Let’s discuss now 

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MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2019

Only those Student who fulfills the complete MH CET Law Eligibility Criteria 2019 will appear in the MH CET Law entrance exam 2019.

    MH CET Candidature Type:

    • All India level Candidature Details: All those Students who are Indian National & completed their SSC & HSC exams from the outside state of Maharashtra and belonging to all categories we be eligible for MH CET exam 2019.
    • Minority Student Candidature details: All those Students who have completed their SSC & HSC exam from the state of Maharashtra & having a Maharashtrian domicile or born in Maharashtra belonging particular Linguistic or Religious Minority Community within the State as issued by the Government of Maharashtra will be eligible to apply for MH CET exam 2019.
    • NRI Candidature details: Those Students who fulfill the eligibility clauses given to an NRI student are eligible to take admissions in Law courses in the state of Maharashtra’s any university or colleges. They don’t have to apply for MH CET exam 2019. They are automatically through.
    • Foreign Student or OCI or PIO Candidature: Foreign or OCI or PIO Students come under this category are eligible to take admissions in Law courses in the state of Maharashtra’s any university or colleges. They don’t have to apply for MH CET exam 2019. They are automatically through.
    • J&K Migrant Candidature: Those students whose parents have been shifted from J&K to any part of India because of any reason or from any unsafe border area of J&K can apply.
    • Maharashtra State Candidature: The Student who belongs to Maharashtra can claim the candidature for MH CET exam 2019 in any of the following cases;

    Type A: A student who born in Maharashtra state or having domicile authority of Maharashtra state.

    Type B: The father or mother of a student has domiciled authority in the state of Maharashtra.

    Type C: A student whose mother or father is employed in Government of India owned offices or posted or reported in a duty of Maharashtra state owned offices before the last date of submission application form of MH CET 2019.

    Type D: A student whose mother or father is an employee of Maharashtra or Government of Maharashtra Undertakings/Firm.

    Type E: Those appearing student who has qualified senior secondary certificate or HSC or equivalent examination from a recognized university from MKBA (Maharashtra and Karnataka Border Area) and especially Mother tongue is Marathi.

    Age Criteria:

    Student Lower Age Limit: Applying student age should be 20 years (22 years of age in case of SC/ST student of Maharashtra only) as on 1st July 2019.

    Student Upper Age Limit: No maximum age bar limit in case of both the exams.

    MH CET Law Qualification Criteria:

    For 5 years LLB course:

    • Qualifying Exam: Student must pass the SSC (+2) or its related equivalent exam i.e. (11+1, ‘A’ level in Senior School Leaving Course Certificate) from the recognized board of the state of Maharashtra or from outside Maharashtra.
    • Minimum Marks: Students need to have at least 45% aggregate marks in the qualifying exam (40% marks in case of reserved categories of Maharashtra state).
    • Those students who have qualified class 12th class from a Distance learning system or correspondence system they may also apply for MH CET.
    • Students who have secured Class 10 Std. Certificate Examination in a Single Sitting Examination without having any standard or basic Qualification (1st-9th Schooling Standards) are not eligible for MH CET Law 2019.
    • Appearing Students in the qualifying exam are also eligible to apply.  

    For 3 years LLB course:

    Qualifying Exam for students: Student should have a graduate or PG degree in any stream from any of the recognized university of Maharashtra state or Union of India.

    Minimum Marks for students: Students should secure 45% marks in the qualifying exam (40% marks in case of reserved categories).

    This is all about the MH CET Eligibility Criteria 2019. We will update this post if any amendments are made by the conducting authority. Feel free to share your queries in the comment section to sort them out with the expert opinions of our educators.

     

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