MAH LLB CET 2022: Registration for the 5-year law course begins today
MAH LLB CET 2022: The state Common Entrance Testing Cell, Maharashtra, will begin the registration process for the five-year LL.B. course today, 19th March 2022. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online through the official website of MH CET at cetcell.mahacet.org. The application process will close on April 7, 2022.Also Read – Air India Recruitment 2022: Apply for Duty Officer, Other Positions on aiasl.in by March 21
MAH LLB CET 2022: Check the important dates
- Start of registration for the MAH LLB 5 years old: March 19, 2022
- End of registration for the MAH LLB 5 years: April 7, 2022
- MAH LLB 5 Year Hall Ticket will be released on: April 30, 2022
- Dates of the MAH LLB CET 5-year exams: May 17, 18, 2022.
- MAH-LL. Result B 5 YEAR CET 2022: soon to be announced
MAH LLB CET 2022: Here’s how to apply
- Visit the official website, cetcell.mahacet.org.
- On the home page, click the “MAH-LL.B (5 years)CET-2022 (Integrated course)” link.
- New applicants must first register by clicking on the “Registration of a new candidate” option.
- Now enter the registration details and complete the online application form.
- Applicants must upload all necessary documents such as scanned photographs and signatures.
- Pay the examination fee required for the application form.
- Download and print it MAH LLB CET 2022 application form.
MAH LLB CET 2022: eligibility criteria, exam fees
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- Open Category, EWS Applicants from Maharashtra State, Out-of-State Maharashtra (WHO) Applicants / All Indian Applicants belonging to all categories and J&K Migrant Applicants: Rs 800.
- The CET fee is Rs 600 for applicants belonging to backward class categories.
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