Release of the MH CET 2020 admission card for the law course: direct link to download here


The admission cards for the MAH-LLB-5 years CET 2020 integrated course have been published on the official website. Here is the step-by-step guide to download.

Release of the MH CET 2020 admission card for the law course: direct link to download here

The State Joint Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai has released the admission cards for the MAH-LLB-5 years CET 2020 Integrated Course. All applicants can download the MH CET 2020 Admission Cards for the law course on the official site, the link for which is info.mahacet.org.

This year, given the precautionary measures announced due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the CET CELL postponed the MAH LLB 5 years CET review.

In accordance with the new schedule, the MH CET 2020 for Law course will take place in October in selected cities in Maharashtra and outside the state of Maharashtra.

The MAH LLB course – 5 years CET 2020 is organized for admission to the first year of the five-year full-time professional integrated undergraduate course in law.

MH CET Law 2020 admission card: How to download

  • Go to the official website: cetcell.mahacet.org
  • On the home page, look for the tab “MAH-LLB (5 Years) CET-2020 (Integrated Course)”
  • Under the “Important Dates” tab, look for the “Download the venue ticket” link
  • On the new page, enter your registration number / roll number and password
  • Click submit
  • Your admission cards for MH CET Law 2020 will be displayed
  • Download and print for future reference.

Direct link for the legal admission card MH CET 2020

Exam program for the MAH LLB 5 years CET 2020:

  • The online CET includes an article with five sections
  • The article will consist of 150 questions
  • There is no negative marking
  • The time limit is 2 hours
  • The questions will be in English and Marathi.

For more details, applicants can consult the official notification here.

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