Maharashtra Common Entrance Examination for Law (MH CET LAW) is the criteria for selection of candidates into the BA LLB and LLB courses offered by various participating institutes in the state of Maharashtra. The exam is conducted by Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Maharashtra. The BA LLB is a 5 years integrated course and LLB is a 3 years course.
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The following tentative dates are important regarding MH CET LAW 2019:
|Availability of Admit Cards||May 2019|
|Date of Examination||BA LLB 5 years- April 2019|
LLB 3 years – June 2019
How to Download the MH CET LAW (3 Years) Admit Card
The admit card can be downloaded in the following steps:
- Click on the Admit card Link given above.
- Click on the link to download the admit card that shall be flashed on the homepage of the website.
- Enter Registration Number and Password/ Date of Birth.
- Click on ‘Download’
- Take a printout of the admit card and retain it safely.
Information Mentioned in the Admit Card
The admit card for MH CET LAW contains the following information:
|Candidate’s name||Date of birth||Programme applied for|
|Photograph||Signature||Exam centres’ address|
|Exam centre code||Exam date||Reporting time|
It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure that all the information available in the admit card is correct. In case of any mismatch, the candidates must contact the competent authority at the earliest.
Documents to be Carried along with the Admit Card
The candidate must carry any one of the following photo identity proofs along with the admit card on the day of the exam:
- PAN Card
- Aadhar Card
- Driving License
- Voter ID
- Bank Passbook
Candidates must bring the admit card and any of the documents mentioned above to the examination centre on the day of the exam. Failure in doing so shall lead to the exemption of the candidate from appearing in the examination.
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