Other Law Entrane Test (OLET)

Army Institute of Law (AIL)


Official Website: ail.ac.in

Exam Frequency: Once a year

Exam Mode: Online

Exam Duration: 2 hours


AIL LET Application Fee

AIL LET application fee: INR 3000

AIL LET application fee with late penalty: INR 3000 + INR 1000


Exam Details

AIL LET is the Law Entrance Test conducted by AIL, Mohali, for BA LLB admissions.

The exam includes four sections: Mental Ability, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Law Aptitude, and General English.

The Entrance Test will consist of a paper with 4 sections of two hours duration in a single sitting to be conducted as under:


(a) The paper shall have objective-type questions of a standard expected of 10+2 students.

(b) There shall be No Negative Marking.

(c) The medium of the Entrance Test is English.

(d) In case, candidates secure identical marks in the final list, the candidate with higher marks in the qualifying examination will be preferred. In case of parity at this stage also, the candidate older in age shall be given preference.


AIL LET Eligibility Criteria

A candidate who has passed 10+2 examination from Punjab School Education Board or any other equivalent examination recognized as such by the Punjabi University, Patiala, securing at least 45% marks vide Punjabi University Letter No.216468/Meeting-4 dated 7 May 2004.

The applicants who have obtained 10+2 through open university systems directly, without having any basic qualifications for pursuing such studies, are not eligible for admission in Law Courses.

(a) The applicants appearing for the qualifying examination are allowed to take the Entrance

Test - 2023 provisionally, subject to the condition that their candidature shall stand cancelled in case they do not pass the final exams, 2023 with the required percentage of marks.

(b) In case an applicant has passed a qualifying examination from Board/University whose degree has not been notified as equivalent to the Punjabi University, Patiala, he/she will have to produce the eligibility certificate from Punjabi University, Patiala at the time of interview, failing which his / her candidature shall not be considered.

(c) Candidates whose declaration of results is delayed should apply well in time to the concerned Board of examination to forward a confidential result directly to Principal, Army Institute of Law, Mohali, Punjab. The responsibility to ensure its timely dispatch will be that of the candidate. Delayed receipt of result shall render the candidate ineligible for admission.


Eligibility Criteria for Wards of Army Personnel

The eligibility criteria are laid down in the AWES Policy. The applicant accordingly must fall under one of the following categories:

(a) Army Personnel (Certificate No. I)

(i) Wards of serving Army personnel with minimum 10 years continuous service in the Army to Submit Certificate No. I.

(ii) Wards of Ex-Army personnel granted/awarded regular pension, liberalized family pension, family pension or disability pension at the time of their superannuation, demise, discharge, release medical board/invalided medical board. This includes ward of the recruits who are medically boarded out and granted disability pension to Submit Certificate No. I.

(iii) Wards of Ex-Army personnel who have taken discharge or release after ten years of service to Submit Certificate No. I.

(b) Adopted/Step Ward and Ward of Remarried Widows (Certificate No. I & II)

(i) Adopted child of Army personnel if adopted at least five years prior to seeking admission to Submit Certificate No. I & II.

(ii) Step Ward are eligible provided they are born from a wedding where at least one parent belonged to the Army who is otherwise eligible to Submit Certificate No. I & II.

(c) Eligibility Criteria in Special Cases (Certificate No. III)

(i) Eligibility criteria for Ward of Ex- Army Medical Corps Officers/Army Dental Corps Officers presently serving with Indian Navy or Indian Air Force (IN/IAF). Ward of only those Ex- Army Medical Officers/ Army Dental Corps officers presently serving with Indian Navy or Indian Air Force who have served with the Army for at least 10 years to Submit Certificate No.III.

(ii) Eligibility Criteria for Ward of APS/MNS/TA Personnel

(aa) Wards of APS personnel classified as ex-serviceman as per Government of India, Ministry of Defense letter No 9 ( 52)/88/D( Res) dated 19th July, 1989 to Submit Certificate No.III.

(ab) Wards of those APS personnel who are on deputation and who have put in 10 years of service in the Army to Submit Certificate No. III.

(ac) Ward of APS personnel who are directly recruited into APS who have completed 10 years of service and of those who as per their terms and conditions of service, retired from APS without reversion to P&T Department after completing their minimum pensionable service of which 10 years was in the Army to Submit Certificate No. III.

(ad) Wards of only those members of MNS who have 10 years service as regular members of MNS or are in receipt of pension from Army to Submit Certificate No. III.

(ae) Wards of only those TA personnel who have completed 10 years of embodied service to Submit Certificate No. III.


Eligibility Criteria for Wards of All India General Category Other than Punjab Residents

(a) Children of citizens of India or persons of Indian origin, who intend to settle permanently in

India and have obtained citizenship before admission to AIL, kindly refer to para 17.2 of Prospectus.

(b) Residential Proof: Domicile Certificate of the state to which student belongs (other than from the state of Punjab).


Eligibility Criteria for Wards of Punjab Residents Civil Category

(a) Admission for Children of Punjab Residents Civil Category will be done by Guru Nanak Dev

University, Amritsar For details refer to their website htpp://online.gndu.ac.in. &


(b) Residential Proof: Domicile Certificate from the state of Punjab only.


Admission Process

(a) Admission to 75 seats for wards of Army personnel and 05 seats of All India General Category will be done through the Online Law Entrance Test (LET) conducted by AIL at designated test centres.

(b) Candidates for both wards of Army personnel and All India General Category will join for online counseling as per merit in the Online Law Entrance Test (LET). Admission will be granted only if the candidate is found eligible on the day of counseling.

(c) Admission to 20 seats in the Punjab Residents Civil Category will be based on 10+2 merit, drawn up by the Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar as per the notification issued by Govt. of Punjab dated 14 Feb 2023 on the basis of centralised online counselling. The eligibility in this category is based on the Domicile of the state of Punjab.


AIL LET Admission Seats

Through AIL LET, candidates can secure admission to various seats, including:

75 seats for Wards of Army Personnel

5 seats for All India General Category

20 seats for Punjab Residents Civil Category (admission through centralized online counseling)


Fee Structure

The fees for the B.A. LL.B program include

One-time charges of INR 49,676.00

Annual charges consist of a Tuition fee of INR 81,585.00 and an Admission fee of INR 11,118.00.


Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune


Campus: New Delhi, Navi Mumbai, Sangli, Pune, Solapur, Kolhapur, Karad, Satara, and Panchgani.

Website: www.bvuniversity.edu.in

Online Registration Fees: 1500/-


Eligibility Criteria and Selection Process

Minimum marks in qualifying examination for admission - As prescribed by Bar Council of India, Rules of Legal Education 2008, the applicant shall have passed 10 + 2 examination in any of the faculties of any recognized University or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto and have obtained more than 45% of the total marks in case of general category and more than 40% of the total marks in case of SC & ST applicants.


Entrance Test :

BA LL.B./BBA LL.B (5 years) Entrance Test will be of 100 marks.

The question paper will consist of 100 multiple-choice questions.

There is no negative marking.

There will be 25 questions on each of the following sections in the paper -

A. English Grammar, Usage & Comprehension

B. Legal aptitude, Analytical ability & Logical Reasoning

C. Current Legal News & General Knowledge

D. Social Sciences with an emphasis on Indian Constitution & Political System in India.

Candidate shall secure minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in Entrance Test to qualify for the Entrance Test.



I.    B.A. LL.B:

      Grant-In-aid Section: 120

      Non-Grant-In-Aid Section: 60

II.  BBA + LLB: 180


Annual Fee:

I.    B.A. LL.B:

      Grant-In-aid Section: 38,500/-

      Non-Grant-In-Aid Section: 82,700/-


      Regular Merit Category: Rs. 82,700/- (Per Annum)

      Institutional Quota Merit Category: Rs. 1,65, 400/- (Per Annum)


Hostel Accommodation

Limited hostel accommodation is available on the campus both for boys and girls (10 seats for boys & 5 seats for girls). The same will be given on merit basis.


NMIMS, Mumbai


Campus: Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Navi Mumbai, Indore and Chandigarh

Website: https://www.nmims.edu/

Online Registration Fees: 2000/-


Conduct of online computer based Examination at test centers: From 1st January 2024 to 15st March 2024

Exam date scheduling window will be available: From 6th December 2023 –to- 20rd May 2024

Merit list declaration: The dates will be available on website by first week of 4th April 2024


Eligibility criteria and selection process

1. Candidate must have passed 10 + 2 or equivalent examination from the recognized board:-

Minimum 50% aggregate marks in 10 + 2 or equivalent examination.

2. NMIMS-LAT (NMIMS Law Aptitude Test)

3. CLAT Score


MIMS-LAT Exam structure: (For Law)



No. of Questions

Time in Minutes

Total Marks


Verbal Reasoning





General Knowledge




Quantitative Reasoning




Logical Reasoning




Legal Reasoning









The NMIMS-LAT Exam will comprise of 5 major sections as follows, No Negative marks.

Total Seats:

B.A., LL.B. (Hons): 240

B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons): 180

Course Fees: 3,25,000.00 per year