Punjabi University Law Common Entrance Test (CET) Exam
Patiala as the authority competent to conduct the LawCommon Entrance
Test for selection of students for admission to,
- Five Years B.A. LL.B.
- Five Years B.A. LL.B.
- Three Years LL.B.
Coursefor the Session 2008-09 in the Colleges
affiliated to Guru Nanak DevUniversity, Amritsar, Panjab University,
Chandigarh & PunjabiUniversity Patiala and situated in the
State of Punjab.
Date and Centers of
TheEntrance Examination will be held on a date to be
notified by PunjabiUniversity, Patiala at Abohar, Bhatinda, Amritsar,
Sangrur, Patiala,Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Muktsar, Chandigarh and at other
places as decidedby the Punjabi University, Patiala keeping in view the
availability ofthe candidates appearing for the Entrance
TheEntrance Examination for
Army Institute of Law, Mohali will be held ona date to be notified by
Punjabi University, Patiala in the centresestablished at Ambala Cantt.,
Delhi, Jaipur, Lucknow, Pathankot, Pune,Secundrabad and Kolkata. The
candidates for 15% Other States/UTs. quotaseats on All India basis may
also appear in these centres for other LawColleges in the
Exact venue of examination
will be intimated to the individual candidates by the Punjabi
Exam Pattern and Scheme of Examination:
The entrance test shall be conducted on June 22, 2008 (Sunday) from 10:00 am to 1 :00 pm.
The qualifying marks will be 30% in the aggregate
for the general category and 25% for the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled
Tribes candidates. The result of the entrance test shall be valid for
the purpose of admission only for the year in which a candidate takes
The merit of each candidate shall be determined on the basis of marks secured by him or her in the Entrance Examination.
The Entrance Test will consist of a single booklet
containing 300 objective type questions. Duration of the test will be
three hours in a single sitting.
The candidate is to select one correct answer and
mark it on OMR sheet with only DARK BLACK (ink PEN/SKETCH PEN). There
will be no additional paper for candidates opting for B.A. LL.B. (Hons.
School) course. The choice regarding the course shall be asked for at
the time of counselling.
There shall be two different sets of examinations :
one for Five years B.A. LL.B (Hons.) and Five years B.A. LL.B. and the
second shall be for three years LL.B course. The questions shall have a
standard expected from Graduate level students (For Three Years LL.B.)
and 10+2 level students (for Five Years B.A. LL.B.)/ (Five Years B.A.
The sequence of questions shall be as follows :
|Paper||Subject||No of Questions||Max Marks|
|II||General Knowledge and Current Affairs||100||400|
|III||Aptitude for Law||100||400|
Note: There shall be negative marking in the
evaluation of objective type questions i.e. marks will be deducted for
wrong answers. For each wrong answer, one (1) mark will be deducted.