Manipal B.Tech Admission Open Apply Now

All India National Law University Entrance Exam

AILET 2018 for Admission to NLU Delhi

Last Date to Apply

7 April 2018

Manipal University Admissions Apply Now
SRM University Admissions Apply Now
Scholarships for School Students (No Application Fee) Apply Now
Get Free SMS Alerts Register Now


AILET 2018 (All India Law Entrance Test) is a law entrance exam conducted by National Law University Delhi (NLU Delhi) for admissions in Five Year Integrated B.A.LL.B (Hons.), one-year LL.M and PhD programmes. This time, AILET 2018 will be conducted on 6 May 2018 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM. National Law University (NLU Delhi) is a well-known Law University of India that provides education for the different aspects of the Legal system. The University is established at Delhi since the year 2008.

The detail information about AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) is given on this page below. Candidates are suggested to please go through the whole information like AILET eligibility criteria, application process, important dates, fee structure, etc. Candidates should ensure that they fulfil the eligibility criteria before applying for the exam.

AILET 2018 Dates


Events Dates                       
AILET Application process Begins 3 January 2018
AILET Application Process Ends 7 April 2018
AILET Admit Card 14 April 2018
AILET Exam Date

6 May 2018(From 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM)

Declaration of BA.LL.B (Hons.) AILET Result                                                              24 May 2018           
AILET Date for issue of letters for admission 24 May 2018
AILET Last date for deposing fee 13 June 2018
AILET Date for spot counselling for vacant seats 25 June 2018
Declaration of LLM AILET Result 2 July 2018
Declaration of PhD AILET Result 16 July 2018
Last date for depositing fee for the candidates selected in spot counselling 5 July 2018
Closing of admission 25 July 2018
AILET Interview of selected candidates Last Week of July 2018
AILET Orientation programme Last Week of July 2018
Start of session/classes 1 August 2018


AILET notification

NLU Delhi Seats


Number of Seats

 BA LL.B (Hons)


 LL.M (one year)


  • Candidates should note that 70 seats of B.A LL.B (Hons) on merit through All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) and 10 seats for direct admission to Foreign Nationals.
  • The total number of seats in LL.M (one year) is 40 which is divided as 35+5 seats for Foreign Nationals. Foreign Nationals are exempted from AILET.

Subscribe for Regular Updates of AILET

Delivered by FeedBurner

AILET Eligibility criteria

The AILET Exam is for admission in NLU Delhi for Undergraduate, Postgraduate and PhD Course. The candidate has to clear the minimum eligibility criteria as laid down by the university. The eligibility for each of the course is given here and students should check the eligibility criteria in detail before filling the application form.

AILET Eligibility for BA LLB (Hons)

  • The candidates must have passed Class 12 with minimum 50% marks from a recognised board.
  • Candidates who are appearing for Class 12 in March/ April 2018 are also eligible to apply. (Those who do not secure the minimum 50% marks in the qualifying exam will not be considered as eligible)
  • Age Criteria: The candidates applying for B.A LL.B (Hons) must be below 20 years as on 1 July 2018 (22 years in the case of SC/ST candidates). The SC/ST candidates must be 22 years old to seek admission in B.A LL.B (Hons).

AILET Eligibility for LL.M (One Year)

  • The candidates must have passed Class 12 with minimum 55% marks from a recognised board.
  • The candidates who are appearing in the final examination of LL.B. in April/ May 2018 can also apply.

AILET Eligibility for PhD 

  • The candidates must have passed LL.M degree with 55% marks or its equivalent.
  • The SC/ ST/ PWD candidates must have passed with 50% marks.

AILET Application form and Admit Card

The candidates are required to fill the AILET 2018 Application Form only through online mode for the undergraduate course. The application form will be available to be filled from 3 January 2018. Candidates are suggested to follow the link below to get the complete guide to fill the AILET 2018 Application Form.

AILET 2018 Application Form

AILET Admit Card 2018

AILET Admit Card will be released by National Law University Delhi from 14 April 2018. Admit Card will be available only for those eligible candidates who have submitted their duly filled application forms before the due date.

The AILET Admit Card will not be dispatched through the post to the candidates, so no correspondence in this regard will be considered. Admit Card is an important document to be carried at the exam centre.

AILET 2018 Admit Card


Candidates can get the details of the Application Fee and the fee structure of the National Law University for all the courses offered are given below. Candidates can find the fee structure for all the courses which are given separately.

AILET 2018 Application Fees

Category Amount Payable
General Candidates Rs. 3,050 
SC/ST  and Persons with Disability (PD) Rs. 1,050 (along with copies of requisite Caste/Person with Disability Certificate.)
Below Poverty Line (BPL) BPL applicants of SC/ ST category are exempted from application fee.  

NLU Delhi Fee 2018 for B.A LLB (Hons), LL.M & PhD

Candidates need to know that 50% of the deposits will go towards Student Welfare Fund and 50% towards Alumni-Fund on completion of the course.

NLU Delhi B.A LL.B (Hons) Fee Structure



Tuition Fee

Rs.42,500 Per Semester

Campus Development Fund Fee

Rs 5,000 (one time)

Admission Fee

Rs 2,500 (one time)

Student Welfare Fund

Rs 2,500 Per Annum

SBC Fund

Rs 2,500 Per Annum

Examination Fee

Rs 3,000 Per Annum

Reading Material Fee

Rs 2,500 Per Annum

Library Fee

Rs 2,500 Per Annum

Internet Fee

Rs 5,000 Per Annum

Electricity Charges

Rs 12,000 Per Annum

Sports and Games Facilities Fee

Rs 3,000 Per Annum

Journals Fee

Rs 2,500 Per Annum

Moot Courts / Seminars / Workshops, etc. fund

Rs 5,000 Per Annum

Room Rent 

Rs 18,000 Per Annum

Library Deposit

Rs 5,000 (Rs.2,500 in case of SC/ST)

Hostel Deposit

Rs 5,000

Mess Deposit

Rs 5,000

Mess Advance for 1st Semester

Rs 20,000

Total Amount

Rs 1,81,000

NLU Delhi LL.M Fee Structure



Tuition Fee

Rs 32,500 per semester

Academic Support Service Fee

Rs 3,000

Admission Fee

Rs 1,000

Library Fee

Rs 3,000

Internet Fee

Rs 8,000

Electricity Charges

Rs 12,000

Sports and Games Facilities Fee

Rs 3,000

Journals Fee

Rs 2,000

Dissertation Fee

Rs 1,000

Room Rent

Rs 18,000

Mess Advance

Rs 20,000

Library Deposit

Rs 3,000

Hostel Deposit

Rs 5,000 (Rs 2,000  for SC/ST)

Mess Deposit

Rs 3,000

Total Amount

Rs 1,47,000 (Rs 1,44,000 for SC/ST)

NLU Delhi PhD Fee Structure


Head of Fee

Indian Nationals

Foreign Nationals

Registration Fee

Rs 20,000

Rs 60,000

Examination Fee

Rs 10,000

Rs 35,000

Refundable Security Deposit

Rs 15,000

Rs 30,000

AILET Result and Counselling

The candidate shall secure a minimum of 40% (30% for SC and ST candidates) of the total marks in the AILET 2018 to become eligible for the admission. The undergraduate law aspirants will be admitted to BA LLB programme in NLU Delhi on the basis of AILET 2018 Merit.

On appearing in the Admission Test of NLU Delhi, the candidate will get an All India Rank (AIR) as per the performance in the law entrance exam. After the declaration of  AILET 2018 Merit List, NLU-D conducts an offline counselling for admitting the qualifying candidates.The result of AILET 2018 for BA LLB programme will be declared on 24 May 2018.

In Case, two or more candidates score the same marks 

If two candidates secure same marks in AILET 2018:

  • Then merit will be determined on the basis of marks in Class 12 or its equivalent recognised by the University. 
  • If the merit still remains the same, then the marks of Class 10 will be taken into consideration.
  • If there is still no change in marks, then the one higher in age will be considered.

AILET 2018 Result - Check Here

AILET Exam pattern

The AILET Exam Pattern for the BA LLB (Hons) and LLM are different. The candidates can go through the exam pattern for both the courses given below separately. While the BA LLB (Hons) holds completely objective type question, the LLM included Essay Writing along with objective questions.

AILET Exam Pattern for B.A LL.B (Hons)

  • Total Marks: 150
  • Total Questions: 150
  • Duration of the Exam: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Negative Marking: - 0.25 Marks per wrong answer
Subject Marks
English 35 

General Knowledge
(Current Affairs, General Science, History,
Geography, Economics, Civics)

Legal Aptitude 35 
Reasoning 35 
Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability) 10 
Total Marks 150

AILET Exam Pattern for LLM

  • Total Marks: 150
  • Duration of exam: 90 minutes
  • Total no of questions: 100 Objective type and 1 Essay
  • Negative Marking: - 0.25 Marks per wrong answer

Subject areas

Law of Contracts, Law of Torts, Criminal Law,
Constitutional Law and Legal Theory

Objective Type

100 questions of one mark each


One Essay of 50 marks on a topic of law from the above subjects.

AILET Previous Year Question Papers and Answer Keys

AILET Previous Years Question Papers Booklet (2008-2015) can be collected by depositing cash of Rs.500 from the office of the National Law University, Delhi by Credit /Debit Cards or through post by sending a DD of Rs.550 in favour of “Registrar, National Law University, Delhi” payable at Delhi.

AILET Important details

AILET Exam 2018 is scheduled to be conducted on 6 May 2018. The candidates while filling up the application form would be given choice of selecting the test centres from which they can choose the centres as per their convenience. There are total 21 test centres in which the AILET Exam would be conducted.

AILET 2018 Test Centres























AILET Seats Reservation 2018



Seats reserved



Scheduled Caste


Scheduled Tribe


Persons with Disability


AILET Contact

National Law University Delhi (NLU) Campus, 
Sector 14, Dwarka, New Delhi, 
110078 India

Phone: 0120-4160880, 0120-4160881 between 10 AM To 5:30 PM (Sunday Closed)
E-mail: info@admissionhelp.com

Scholarships - Deadline Approaching