Everything You Wanted To Know About IPU CET Law
In this article, we have dealt with all the important questions that students usually ask about IPU CET Law- the exam pattern, the questions, the syllabus, the marks, the time for the exam, the type of questions etc. Read on!
IPU CET Law Overview
IPU CET Law Admission in IPU law colleges will be conducted on the basis of IPU common entrance test. IPU CET is conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University for admission into various undergraduate and post-graduate courses. More tan 120 colleges in Delhi NCR are affiliated to the IP university Delhi.
Institutes accepting IPU CET Law score:
- University School of Law and Legal Studies
- Amity Law School
- BLS Institute of Technology Management
- Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies
- Delhi Institute of Rural Development
- Delhi Metropolitan Education
- Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology
- Ideal Institute of Management and Technology
- Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
- JIMS Engineering Management Technical Campus
- Shri Krishna College of Education
Eligibility for IPU CET Law
To be eligible for the IPU CET Law Admission, the candidates must have passed their Class 10+2 board exam from a recognized board. The minimum required aggregate mark in the Class 12 board exam is 50%. Also, the candidates must have passed English (core or elective or functional) as a subject.
Pattern of IPU CET Law (Under-graduate Programme)
The candidates preparing for the entrance test must be familiar with the test pattern. With the help of the test patten, the candidates will be able to prepare accordingly and will be familiar with the distribution of the questions. In the IPU CET law 2017, the candidates are required to solve as many as 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). The duration of the test is 2 hours 30 minutes i.e. 150 minutes. The test will be held in an offline mode and the total mark is 600.
The questions in the Offline paper of GGSIPU CET Law 2017 will be based on the following topics –
- English Language and Comprehension
- General Knowledge
- Legal Aptitude
|Number of multiple-choice questions of four mark each
|Duration of Examination
|Two hours and Thirty minutes (02:30 hours)
There shall be a system of Negative Marking wherein 1 marks will be deducted for each of the wrong answer.
Subject Areas of IPU CET Law
1. English including comprehension
The English section will test the candidates’ proficiency in English based on comprehension passages and grammar. In the comprehension section, candidates will be questioned on their understanding of the passage and its central theme, meanings of words used therein etc. The grammar section requires correction of incorrect grammatical sentences, filling of blanks in sentences with appropriate words, etc.
2. General Knowledge and Currents Affairs
The candidates will be tested on their general awareness including static general knowledge. Questions on current affairs will test candidates on their knowledge of current affairs (broadly defined as matters featuring in the mainstream media between March 2015 to April 2016)
This section will test candidate’s knowledge on elementary mathematics, i.e. maths taught up to Class X.
4. Legal Aptitude
This section will test candidate’s interest towards study of law, research aptitude and problem solving abilities. Questions will be framed with the help of legal propositions (described in the paper), and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions may not be “true” in the real sense (e.g. the legal proposition may be that any person who speaks in a movie hall and disturbs others that are watching the movie will be banned from entering any movie theater across India for one year). Candidates will have to assume the “truth” of these propositions and answer the questions accordingly.
5. Logical Reasoning
The purpose of the logical reasoning section is to test the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. It will include a wide variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, etc. However, visual reasoning will not be tested.