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Teachwell: 25+ Years of Excellence in  Education

Welcome to Teachwell

TEACHWELL is a renowned organisation with over 25 years of experience in providing comprehensive educational services and career consultancy. We specialize in school coaching, entrance exam preparation, career counseling, study abroad guidance, profile building, skill building, immigration services, work permits, and permanent residency applications. With a strong commitment to academic excellence and a proven track record of mentoring over 70,000 students, Teachwell is your trusted partner in achieving educational success and realizing your full potential.

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About AILETS

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is the most important law exam after CLAT. It is the entrance exam for National Law University, Delhi. It was established in 2008 and is a premier law university in the country. Law aspirants have to work really hard and have to put in extra efforts to crack this exam since this exam is a bit more difficult than CLAT.

 

Sl NoName of CategoriesTotal SeatsHorizontal Reservation for PwDSeats under Respective Categories after excluding PwD Seats
1General50347
2Other Backward Classes (OBCs): Non-Creamy Layer (22%)24123
3Scheduled Castes (15%)17116
4Scheduled Tribes (7.5%)808
5Economically Weaker Section (10%)11110
6Sub Total1106104
7Supernumerary: Kashmiri Migrants1  
8Supernumerary: Residents of Jammu & Kashmir2  
9Foreign Nationals (5 seats) & OCI/PIO (5 seats)10  
10Grand Total123 

The AILET  for B.A.LL.B (Hons.) programme will have three (3) sections

Section                                 Subejct                                                                   No. of Ques                         Marks

Section A:                        English Language                                                      50 questions                        50 marks

Section B:                        Current Affairs & General Knowledge                    30 questions                        30 marks

Section C:                        Logical Reasoning                                                      70 questions                        70 marks

150 multiple choice questions for 150 marks in total.

The duration of the examination is 120 minutes.      

Negative marking:

 AILET incorporates a Negative Marking system. The rule for negative marking follows a formula: 0.25 multiplied by 4, which equals 1. This means that for every incorrect answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted. Consequently, providing four incorrect answers will result in a deduction of 1 mark from the total score.

Tiebreaker

When two or more candidates obtain the same marks in the  AILET, their ranking or merit will be decided based on their higher scores in the section dedicated to LOGICAL REASONING within the AILET examination

 

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