Maharashtra Common Entrance Test For Law [MH CET Law]


Exam Date : 20th May 2018 To 21st May 2018
Result Date : 2nd June 2018

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About Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law (MH CET Law) 2018:

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law (MH CET Law 2018) is a state level entrance examination for law students conducted by the Government of Maharashtra.

MH CET Law exam is organised for those students looking for admissions in LL.B (Three Year) and LL.B (Integrated-Five Year) programmes offered by the colleges across Maharashtra.

On the basis of the MH CET Law scores, many law colleges across Maharashtra offer admission to students into the law courses.

There are 12 Law Universities/Colleges of Maharashtra which will participate in MH CET Law 2018.  

Candidates will be tested on various topics such as

  • Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning,
  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs,
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning and
  • English.

Participating colleges:

The participating colleges for the MH CET Law include:

  • University of Mumbai
  • ILS Law College
  • Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU)
  • Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad
  • Government Law College (GLC)
  • Bharati Vidyapeeth’s New Law College
  • Central India College of Law
  • Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial College of Law Dhule
  • SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law
  • D.E.S's Navalmal Firodia Law College
  • N S Law College, Sangli
  • Dayanand College of Law, Latur
  • Rizvi Law College
  • P.E.S.'s Modern Law College
  • Dr Panjabrao Deshmukh College of Law, Amravati
  • Shri Shivaji Law College, Nanded
  • KC Law College
  • A.K.K. New Law Academy
  • Navjeevan Law College, Nashik
  • Vivekanand Education Society's, College of Law
  • PDEA Law College 

MH CET Law 2018 Exam Highlights:

Exam Name

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test For Law

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Conducting Authority

Government of Maharashtra

Course offered


MH CET Law Seats and Reservation 2018:

DHE Maharashtra will be offering reservation benefits to candidates belonging to the reserved categories including SC, ST and OBC.

However, they should belong to the Maharashtra state, which means a candidate from any of these reserved categories but belonging to other state or Union Territory of India will not be able to avail the benefits and will be treated as General/ Open Category candidates.

The following percentage of seats will be reserved for each of these categories:

  • OBC – 27% of total seats

  • SC   – 15% of total seats

  • ST   – 7.5% of total seats

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