AILET Previous Year Cut Off Scores

National Law University, Delhi conducts All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) for admissions to 5-year LLB programmes. Since, the university does not participate in Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT), they accept AILET score for admissions to varied courses provided by the university. AILET is scheduled on May, 2020. The cut-off list will be released after the declaration of the results. Besides, AILET 2019 saw a major change in the marking scheme, due to which the cut-off had fallen down.
However, the cut-off keeps fluctuating based on varied factors. For your reference, we have compiled a list of expected AILET 2020 cut-off, so that you know what is a suitable score to secure a seat in NLUD.
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AILET 2020 Cutoff (Expected)
Category AILET Expected Cut-off
General 77-90
Scheduled Caste 62-73
Scheduled Tribe 56-70
Persons with Disabilities 40-50
Kashmiri Migrants 35-45
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir 40-50
However, based on results, the cut-off tends to change. For your reference, you can refer to the previous year’s AILET Cut-off.
AILET 2019 Cutoff
Category Cut- Offs Marks AILET 2019
General 73
Scheduled Caste 49
Scheduled Tribe 50
Persons with Disabilities 35
Kashmiri Migrants 35
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir 51
AILET 2018 Cutoff
Category Cut- Offs Marks AILET 2018
General 89
Scheduled Caste 71
Scheduled Tribe 68
Persons with Disabilities 74
Kashmiri Migrants 81
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir 78
AILET 2017 Cutoff
Category
Cut- Offs Marks AILET 2017
General
106-111
Scheduled Caste
87-92
Scheduled Tribe
82-87
Persons with Disabilities
77-82
Kashmiri Migrants
72-76
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AILET 2016 Cutoff
Category
Cut- Offs Marks AILET 2016
General
106
Scheduled Caste
85
Scheduled Tribe
83
Persons with Disabilities
78
Kashmiri Migrants
76
The students compete for 80 seats, which makes AILET a highly competitive exam. The sole criterion for admission to National Law University, Delhi is based on the marks obtained by the candidates in AILET exam. Hence, candidates need to score well in every section of AILET. Based on their performance in AILET 2019, candidates were issued an All India Rank (AIR). Furthermore, National Law University, Delhi issued a merit list, based on the admissions made to the five-year integrated B.A. LLB course.
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