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No surprises: AILET 2021 postponed, will now happen on 20 June after CLAT

AILET postponed to 20 June 2021
AILET postponed to 20 June 2021

Following the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), as expected, NLU Delhi‘s All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) date also fell victim to the CBSE board exams, and has postponed to 20 June 2021.

The Ailet had originally been scheduled for 2 May 2021; the CBSE is scheduled from 4 May 2021 until 10 June 2021.

The CLAT was rescheduled to 13 June 2021 (from 9 May).

This may be the first time since the start of the AILET in 2008 as a morally-cum-legally controversial (but, for NLU Delhi, arguably successful) alternative to the CLAT, in which the AILET will take place after the CLAT.

Online application forms would be out from the third week of January 2021, stated the notice:

This is in supersession of earlier notification dated December 04, 2020. The National Law University, Delhi has rescheduled “All India Law Entrance Test–2021 (AILET–2021)” for admission to Five Year B.A.LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M. and Ph.D Programme to Sunday, June 20, 2021 from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM. The admission notice will be issued in the third week of January, 2021 and the Online Application Forms will be available on the University website nationallawuniversitydelhi.in, nludelhi.ac.in from third week of January, 2021.

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