National Law University - All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2020 Notification Released
Notification Date: 2020-01-17
Last Updated on: 2020-01-19
The NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, DELHI established in 2008 by Act No. 1 of 2008 is premier Law University established in the capital city of India.
The National Law University, Delhi will conduct "All India Law Entrance Test - 2020 (AILET -2O2O)"
B.A.LL.B. (Hons.)- Five-Year Programme
Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2 System) or Equivalent Examination with 50% marks. The candidates appearing in the
12th standard examination in March/April, 2020 can also apply.
110+10 [110 Seats on merit through All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) and 10 Seats for direct admission to Foreign Nationals on
merit (5 seats for Foreign Nationals & 5 seats for OCI/PIO)]. Foreign Nationals are exempted from AILET. Foreign Nationals to be eligible
should have obtained 65% marks in the qualifying examination.
50% seats are reserved for students of Delhi. For category wise reservation for SC/ST/OBC/EWS/ Persons with Disabilities and
seat matrix, please visit University website www.nludelhi.ac.in
Note: One additional supernumerary seat for Kashmiri Migrants. Two additional supernumerary seats for Residents of Jammu & Kashmir.
Unreserved /OBC/SC/ST/EWS/Foreign Nationals/Kashmiri Migrants/Resident of Jammu & Kashmir
SC/ST and Persons with Disability (PwD)
(No Entrance Examination fee for SC/ST Below Poverty Line (BPL) only)
The AILET has 150 Multiple Choice Questions for 150 marks that must be attempted within 1 hour 30 minutes. The AILET has sections on English, General Knowledge, Basic Mathematics, Logical Reasoning and Legal Aptitude.
Total number of questions
Duration of the Examination
1 hour 30 minutes
Subject areas and marks distribution
• General Knowledge (Current Affairs, General Science, History, Geography, Economics, Civics)
• Legal Aptitude
• Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)
Negative marking: There will be Negative Marking in AILET 2020-21. Per wrong answer 0.25 Marks will be deducted. Therefore, four wrong answers will lead to deduction of 1 Mark.