For admissions to undergraduate courses in Law, the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra conducts MH-CET Law to admit students to the top law colleges in Maharashtra. To appear for MH-CET Law, students must fulfill the required eligibility criteria. Having proper knowledge about the MH-CET Law eligibility criteria is essential before filling the application form. However, if the candidate is found ineligible at any stage, their candidature will be rejected at the very moment.
Therefore, the candidates must know the exact information and essential details about the examination. Below mentioned are the MH-CET Law eligibility criteria for the MH- CET Law Entrance.
MH-CET (Law) Eligibility Criteria
- Candidate should be an Indian Citizen to apply for the exam.
- There is no upper age limit to appear for the exam.
- Candidates must have passed 10+2 with an aggregate of 45% marks for general category and 40% for SC/ST category from a recognized board or university.
- Candidates must meet the minimum aggregate criteria for MH-CET Law.
- Students appearing for their 10+2 examinations can also apply for the MH-CET Law.
- Even candidates who completed their senior secondary or high school or acquired first degree-certificate from correspondence or distance education are also eligible to apply for the MH-CET Law examination. Yet, the candidate must provide that they have already received basic qualification (9th or 10th) before obtaining the minimum required academic qualification.
All of the points, as mentioned above, must be kept in mind before applying for MH-CET Law. However, the candidate must take care of the details and information they provide. The application form will be released in the 4th week of January 2021. You can refer to their official website for the exact dates. So, while filling the application form for MH-CET Law, refer to the eligibility criteria and fill in the same.
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