MAH law CET announced to screen law aspirants for 3 year LL.B course, pursued after graduation.
MAH Law CET (3-Year LLB) Pattern:
Mode: Computer Based
Question Type: Multiple Choice Questions
No. of Questions: 150
Duration: 2 Hrs.
Marking Scheme: Correct Answer: +1 No Negative Marking
Section Wise Split-up:
|Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning||30|
|General Knowledge and Current Affairs||40|
|Logical & Analytical Reasoning||30|
- The Questions will be Objective Multiple Choice Questions with Four Options
The Questions will be in English and Marathi
Selection Criteria: MAH Law CET Score
Candidates who wish to appear for MAH Law CET must fulfill the following criteria, in order to be eligible for MAH Law CET (3 Year LLB).
The candidate should be a Graduate and or Post Graduate with Minimum 45% Marks in Aggregate for Open Category Candidates and 40% Marks in Aggregate for candidates belonging to SC and ST Category belonging to the State of Maharashtra only.
- The Candidate who has passed the qualifying examination (UG or PG) in a single sitting without having Basic Qualification of (10+2+3 and +2/3) is not eligible.
- Candidates who are appearing/appeared for the Qualifying Examination (Regular Examination) of the Academic Year 2018-2019 are also eligible to apply
- Candidates from Outside Maharashtra Universities will be considered as Open Category candidates irrespective of their Caste/Category.
Vocabulary, Sentence Analysis, Noun & Pronoun Errors, Subject-Verb Agreement & Tenses, verbal and critical reasoning, Logical Consistency, Modifiers & Parallelism, Prepositions and Conjunctions, Idioms & Phrases etc.
Indian History, World History, Current Affairs, Indian Geography World Geography, Indian Constitution, Indian & World Economy, Banking & Financial Institutions, National Insignia, International News, Science, Computers, Sports and Movies, Prizes, Awards and Honors, Personalities, Literature and Media, Days and Dates etc.
Logical & Verbal Reasoning:
Coding & Decoding, Analogies, Odd One Out, Family Tree & Directions, Arrangements: Linear/Circular/Matrix, Groups & Conditionality, Logical Series, Selection Criteria, Sequential I/P – O/P Tracing, Symbol Based Logic, Logical Puzzles, Syllogisms, strong & weak arguments, Critical Reasoning, Cause effects, Implicit Assumptions, Inferences, statement conclusions etc.
Law of Tort, Fundamentals of Law of Contract ,Basics of Criminal Law, Basics of Constitutional Law, Family Law, Procedural Law, Property Law & Intellectual Property Law.