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AP LAWCET 2017

AP LAWCET 2017: AP Law Common Entrance Test is state level Law Entrance Test conducted by Sri Venkateswara University. This University is going to invite AP LAWCET Online Application for those candidates who are going to take admission in LLB 3 Year, LL.B 5 year course and LL.B. /B.L. 3/5 Year Degree Courses. Candidates can apply for AP LAWCET Notification by filling the application form.

AP LAWCET 2017
Candidates who will be qualified in AP LAWCET 2017 and AP PGLCET Exam will be called for Counselling and other process of admission. Willing candidates are required to fill the online application form and submit it on or before the last date that is April 2017. Aspirants may get the complete details regarding this notification from the below section of this page which is written by the team members of www.privatejobshub.in

AP LAWCET 2017

Conducting Body
Sri Krishnadevaraya University,
Name of Exam
AP Law Common Entrance Test
Exam Type
State Level
AP LAWCET Last Date
April 2017

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Courses Offered:

LL.B 3 Year Degree Course:
  • LL.B
  • LL.B (Honors)
LL.B (B.A.LL.B) 5 Year Degree Course:
  • BA.LL.B
  • BA.LL.B (Honors)
  • BBA.LL.B
  • B.Com. LL.B
L.L.M Degree Courses:
  • LL.M (Post Graduation Course)
  • Commercial Law /Business Law
  • Constitutional Law & Legal Order/ Constitutional &Administrational Law/
  • Constitutional Law
  • Criminal Law / Law of Crimes
  • Corporate and Security Laws
  • Family Law
  • Human Rights Law/ Human Rights
  • International Law and Organization/ International Law
  • Intellectual Property Rights Laws
  • Labour Law/ Labour, Capital and Law
Eligibility Criteria:

Eligibility Criteria for AP LAWCET:

For LLB 3 Year Course: The candidate should have passed Graduate Degree Examination of minimum three years duration(10+2+3 pattern)of a recognised University with at least 45% marks of aggregate marks (40% marksin case of SC/ST categories) in the qualifying examination.

For LL.B 5 year Course: The candidate should have passed two year Intermediate Examination(10+2 pattern) with at least 45% marks(40% marksin case of SC/ST categories) in the qualifying examination or any other examination recognised as equivalent to Intermediate by the University, Board of Intermediate A.P. and Bar Council of India

Eligibility Criteria for AP PGLCET:

Candidates holding LL.B./B.L. 3/5 Year degree with good academic records from well recognized University / Institute as on the date of application and candidates who have appeared/appearing for LL.B./B.L. Final year examination are also eligible.

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Fee Payment Details:

Fee can be paid either through AP Online / e-Seva / Mee Seva Center or through Debit Card / Credit Card.

AP LAWCET Admission:

Applicants who will be qualified the common entrance exam will be called for counselling and for other process of admission.

Complete Information: AP LAWCET Syllabus

Way to fill AP LAWCET Online Application Form:
  • First of all aspirants need to visit the official site of organization that is www.aplawcet.org
  • Then must sleet the “Apply Online” tab given at the top menu bar on the home page
  • Then fill all the mandatory details in the online Application Form and upload the required documents in proper format.
  • Payment of fee can be done using internet banking, debit card or credit card.
  • Then must upload the scanned photograph and signature with the form 
  • At last submit the form within given time period and take a print out of it for further use.
Important Dates:
  • Last Date to Submit Application (without late fee): Last week of April 2017
  • Availability of Admit Card – Before one week from the examination
  • Exam Date: Last week of May 2017
  • Result announcement: June 2017
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