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NLU Delhi pushes AILET admissions exam all the way to 9 August, to ‘explore’ online proctored possibilities

AILET: Neither this month, nor next
AILET: Neither this month, nor next

NLU Delhi’s All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) has been postponed for the second time, now to be held on 9 August 2020, according to a notification on NLU Delhi’s website (see above).

The original exam date was 3 May 2020, which had initially been pushed to 31 May 2020.

That date is later than both the currently (very tentatively) scheduled 1-21 July dates of rival Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), which is used by all other national law schools and is currently slated to be a physical exam, as well as the private sector LSAT-India, which is currently targeting 19 July for its completely online proctored test.

AILET is still going for a physical exam, though intriguingly, the announcement noted that it might also go the LSAT route:

In case of any problem in conducting pen and paper examination, the University will also explore the possibilities of conducting online AI-ENABLED REMOTE-PROCTORED EXAMINATION. In such a case, the candidates will be informed well in advance.

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