AILET Admit Card 2023 (Released): Direct Link to Download Hall Ticket, Exam Day Guidelines

All India Law Entrance Test 2023 ( AILET )

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Exam On: 11 Dec '22

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AILET admit card 2023- The National Law University, Delhi has released the admit card of AILET 2023 around 6 pm today. Candidates can obtain their AILET 2023 admit card from the direct link on the page below. As the exam authority informed AILET 2023 will be held on December 11, 2022. The AILET 2023 admit card has been issued to all candidates have submitted the AILET 2023 application form successfully. The AILET 2023 admit card contains details like the name, roll number, and date and time of the exam. On the day of the exam, the candidates need to carry AILET admit card and a valid photo id proof for verification by the centre officials. Candidates can download the AILET 2023 admit card by using the direct link that will be provided on this page. Know here all about AILET 2023 including date of availability, steps to download it, as well as important instructions regarding it. 

Latest Update: 

It may be noted that NLU Delhi will not send the admit card by post to any candidate. 

How to Download AILET Admit Card 2023?

To download the AILET hall ticket, candidates have to follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Visit the official website of NLU Delhi - http://www.nludelhi.ac.in

Step 2: Click on the AILET Admissions button.

Step 3: Click on the 'Already Registered? Login' button.

Step 3: You will be redirected to the login window where you need to enter the following details:

  • Application number
  • Password

Step 4: Click on Login button.

Step 5: View, download, save and print the AILET admit card.

Note: Candidates should proceed to download the admit card in colour print (if black and white, then it should mention test centre details and candidates photograph clearly). Also, candidates should get extra printouts of the admit card to be on a safer side in case they misplace it. 

Also Read: AILET previous year question papers

AILET 2023 Admit Card Details

Once downloaded, candidates should verify the following details given on the admit card:

  • Candidate’s name
  • Date of Birth
  • Category applied under
  • AILET application number
  • Candidate’s signature
  • Candidate’s photograph
  • Course applied and appearing for 
  • Exam date and time
  • Reporting time at the allotted exam centre
  • AILET exam centre name and address

Problems in Downloading AILET Admit Card

There might be situations where candidates may face some problems in downloading the admit card, for this, they should check:

  • Internet speed: Check if the internet connection is working fine. If not then wait for some time and download admit card again when there is good internet speed.
  • Technical glitch: All the applicants start downloading their admit card as soon as it is available and hence, the website may face a technical glitch due to heavy traffic or some other reason. In such a case, candidates are advised to wait for some time and try again to download the admit card later.
  • Incorrect credentials: Candidates should ensure that they are entering correct login details and if they forgot any details then they can check the confirmation email they had received at the time of registration. Or they can click on 'forgot password' to receive it on their email address. 

How to Solve Discrepancy of Information on AILET Admit Card?

In case, candidates are still not able to download the AILET admit card or find any discrepancy in the information given on the admit card, they should contact the helpdesk of NLU Delhi on:

Email - ailetsupport@nludelhi.ac.in

Phone number - 011-40787555 (available from 10:00 am to 05:00 pm on all working days)

How to retrieve AILET Login/ Password?

In case, candidates forget their AILET application or login details, required to download the admit card, they may follow the below steps to recover the same:

  • Visit the official website of the exam 
  • Click on the Forgot Password link
  • Enter registered email ID
  • Click on Get Password/Application Number button
  • Check email and note down the newly sent AILET password/application number

AILET Admit Card Dates 2023

NLU Delhi will conduct the AILET 2023 exam as per the schedule below:

AILET Events

Dates

Online applications 

07-Sep-2022

Last date to fill the form

20-Nov-2022

Application fee payment

20-Nov-2022

Application correction window

16-Nov-2022 to 20-Nov-2022

Admit cards

25-Nov-2022

AILET 2023 exam day

11-Dec-2022

AILET 2023 Exam Day Guidelines

On the day of the AILET exam, candidates need to adhere to some guidelines to ensure a smooth and hassle-free process.

  • Candidates must ensure carrying all the important documents and things (mentioned below) to the allotted test centre
  • Candidates should reach the exam centre at least an hour before the commencement of the exam
  • Candidates should follow all the instructions given by the exam centre authorities and invigilators
  • Candidates should not indulge in any unfair means during the exam 

Also Read: AILET 2022 exam day guidelines

AILET 2023 COVID-19 Guidelines

On the day of the exam, candidates must also ensure following the below COVID-19 related guidelines:

  • Although not mandatory, but get vaccinated before the exam, if possible.
  • Wear masks all the time
  • Carry your own hand sanitiser
  • Avoid gathering anywhere inside or outside the test centre and follow proper social distancing guidelines

Documents to carry on AILET Exam Day

On the AILET 2023 exam day, it is important for candidates to carry the the below-mentioned documents and things to the allotted exam centre:

  • Admit card: AILET 2022 admit card is a mandatory document to be carried to the test centre. Without the admit card, candidates will not be allowed to sit for the AILET exam.
  • Photo ID proof: Candidates are advised to carry any one original photo ID proof to the allotted AILET exam centre. Documents that candidates can present as an ID proof include PAN Card/ Driving License/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Aadhaar Card/ Ration Card.
  • Photo: Candidates should also carry two stamp size photographs to the exam centre (preferably be the same as used at the time of filling the AILET application form.
  • Disability certificate: Candidates belonging to Persons with Disability (PwD) category, must carry with themselves the copy of the disability certificate issued by the competent authority. The certificate will be helpful on the day of the exam for availing the facility of scribe/extra time.
  • Stationary: Since AILET is an offline exam, candidates should not forget to carry at least one pencil and two ballpoint pens of black and blue colours to the exam centre

Things to Avoid on AILET Exam Day 

Along with knowing important documents and things to be carried, it is also important to know the list of items prohibitted inside the test centre:

  • Books or any study material
  • Any electronic device including calculator, mobile phone and smart watch
  • Slide rules
  • Log tables
  • Eatables

AILET Exam Centres 2023 

Check the complete list of AILET exam cities below. It may be noted that exact AILET exam centre details will be mentioned on the admit card of candidates:

AILET Exam Centres 2022

Bangalore

Bhopal

Chandigarh

Chennai

Cuttack

Delhi

Gurugram

Greater Noida

Guwahati

Hyderabad

Jammu

Jodhpur

Lucknow

Mumbai

Patna

Raipur

Cochin

Kolkata

Gandhinagar

Nagpur

Jaipur

Varanasi

Dehradun

Visakhapatnam

AILET Exam Pattern 2023

Before appearing for the exam, it is important that candidates go through the AILET exam pattern once more so that there is no doubt reagrding the structure of the question paper.

The AILET exam will contain 150 objective-type questions of 150 marks that candidates need to attempt in a duration of 90 minutes. Check section-wise AILET pattern for BA LLB (Hons) below:

AILET Subject

Total Questions

Total Marks

English including Comprehension

35 questions

35 marks

General Knowledge & Current Affairs

35 questions

35 marks

Logical Reasoning

70 questions

70 marks 

Total 150 questions 150 marks

Also Read

AILET 2023 Syllabus  AILET Preparation Tips and Strategy AILET Previous Years Question Papers

FAQs regarding AILET Admit Card 2023 

Q: When will NLU Delhi release AILET 2023 admit card?

A: AILET admit card 2023 has been released today, on November 25. The admit card can be downloaded from the official website using application number and password. 

Q: Will I receive the hardcopy of the AILET admit card by post?

A: No, you can access the admit card for AILET exam in online mode only on the official website of the exam.

Q: What are the details required to download the admit card?

A: You can download your AILET admit card by using details such as name, date of birth and application number. 

Q: In case I lose my admit card, what should I do?

A: In case you lose your AILET admit card, visit the official website of the exam, download and reprint the document.  

Q. How to recover password for AILET 2023 admit card login?

A. Candidates can recover their password for AILET by simple steps as under:
  1. Click on the 'Forgot Password' button at the bottom of the page and, a new page will open up 
  2. Here candidates need to enter their registered email address and, click on Get Password. 
  3. On clicking this, candidates password will be sent on their email address 

Q. What details are mentioned on the AILET 2023 admit card?

A. The admit card will carry all details about the exam appearing candidates, AILET exam day schedule and test centre name and location. 

Q. Can I change my exam centre as mentioned on the admit card of AILET 2023?

A. No, the allotted exam centre cannot be changed at any stage after submission of the application form. Candidates will have to appear at the allotted test centre only. However, any incorrect detail related to the exam centre on the admit card can be reported to NLU Delhi to get it corrected.

Q. Is the admit card available right after AILET application form is submitted?

A. No, the admit card of AILET 2023 are issued at least 10 days before the examination after NLUD assess the total applicants and availability of seats at the testing locations. The admit card is available for download now.  

Q. Can I take a softcopy of admit card of AILET on the mobile phone itself?

A. No, candidates have to carry the printouts i.e. hardcopy of AILET admit cards on the exam day. No copy on the mobile phone will be accepted. 

Q. Do I need to carry photographs along with AILET 2023 admit card on the exam day?

A. Yes, candidates should carry two stamp size photograph on the exam day along with the admit card.

Q. What documents are allowed as a photo ID card to carry along with AILET 2023 admit card?

A. Following documents will be considered as valid for AILET 2023 exam day and, candidates can carry any one of the following: 
  • PAN Card
  • Driving License
  • Voter ID
  • Passport
  • Aadhaar Card
  • Ration Card

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Which exams (other than the CLAT and AILET) can we take after class 12th to enter a college to study BA LLB?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Hi deepikaThere are plenty of law entrance exams other than the CLAT and AILET that you can take after the 12th grade to get into a college to study B.A. LLB:1. ISAT India: You can get admission to colleges such as Asian Law College Noida, GITAM School of Law, and Kalinga University. 2. Kerala La...Hi deepika
There are plenty of law entrance exams other than the CLAT and AILET that you can take after the 12th grade to get into a college to study B.A. LLB:
1. ISAT India: You can get admission to colleges such as Asian Law College Noida, GITAM School of Law, and Kalinga University.
2. Kerala Law Entrance Exam: You can get admission to the B.A. LL.B. Course at Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies and NSS Law College after clearing this exam.
3. Andhra Pradesh LAWCET: With this exam score, you can get admission to around 21 law colleges in Andhra Pradesh, including the Dr. B. R. Ambedkar College of Law and the V. R. Law College.
4. ICFAI Law Admission Test: You can get admission to the ICFAI University, Dehradun, with the score of this test for B.A. LL.B.
5. MHCET Law You can get admission to law colleges in Maharashtra, such as Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University and D. E. S. 's Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College, with this exam's score. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 days ago

There are plenty of law entrance exams other than the CLAT and AILET that you can take after the 12th grade to get into a college to study B.A. LLB:1. ISAT India: You can get admission to colleges such as Asian Law College Noida, GITAM School of Law, and Kalinga University. 2. Kerala Law Entrance...There are plenty of law entrance exams other than the CLAT and AILET that you can take after the 12th grade to get into a college to study B.A. LLB:
1. ISAT India: You can get admission to colleges such as Asian Law College Noida, GITAM School of Law, and Kalinga University.
2. Kerala Law Entrance Exam: You can get admission to the B.A. LL.B. Course at Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies and NSS Law College after clearing this exam.
3. Andhra Pradesh LAWCET: With this exam score, you can get admission to around 21 law colleges in Andhra Pradesh, including the Dr. B. R. Ambedkar College of Law and the V. R. Law College.
4. ICFAI Law Admission Test: You can get admission to the ICFAI University, Dehradun, with the score of this test for B.A. LL.B.
5. MHCET Law You can get admission to law colleges in Maharashtra, such as Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University and D. E. S. 's Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College, with this exam's score. This Shiksha page contains detailed information about the law exams for the B.A. LL.B. https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/top-law-entrance-exams-blogId-11410.

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How can I prepare for Current Affairs in the CLAT and the AILET exams?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Hi deepikaThe Current Affairs section is one of the most important and vast sections of both law exams. The questions from this section are unpredictable in both the CLAT and the AILET exams. Following these expert tips can help you prepare this section well:1. Read the newspaper and editorials r...Hi deepika
The Current Affairs section is one of the most important and vast sections of both law exams. The questions from this section are unpredictable in both the CLAT and the AILET exams. Following these expert tips can help you prepare this section well:
1. Read the newspaper and editorials regularly to keep track of current happenings.
2. You can subscribe to any monthly news compilation to avoid missing any important exam-related information.
3. You have to cover at least one year's worth of national and international events for both exams.
4. You can also subscribe to a related channel on YouTube to understand important events.
5. You can track your progress with mock tests on the CA topics.
6. Make short notes on CA to revise before exams. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 days ago

The Current Affairs section is one of the most important and vast sections of both law exams. The questions from this section are unpredictable in both the CLAT and the AILET exams. Following these expert tips can help you prepare this section well:1. Read the newspaper and editorials regularly t...The Current Affairs section is one of the most important and vast sections of both law exams. The questions from this section are unpredictable in both the CLAT and the AILET exams. Following these expert tips can help you prepare this section well:
1. Read the newspaper and editorials regularly to keep track of current happenings.
2. You can subscribe to any monthly news compilation to avoid missing any important exam-related information.
3. You have to cover at least one year's worth of national and international events for both exams.
4. You can also subscribe to a related channel on YouTube to understand important events.
5. You can track your progress with mock tests on the CA topics.
6. Make short notes on CA to revise before exams.

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Are candidates who have qualified for the UGC NET JRF and are applying for the Ph.D. program exempted from the AILET?

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jasveer singh

Contributor-Level 10

17 hours ago

Hi deepika No, according to NLU, Delhi, which conducts the AILET exam, the candidates who have qualified for the UGC NET JRF are not exempted from the AILET. Any such NET-qualified candidate needs to appear in the AILET entrance exam at NLU, Delhi, to do a Ph.D. at NLU. This exam is conducted onc...Hi deepika
No, according to NLU, Delhi, which conducts the AILET exam, the candidates who have qualified for the UGC NET JRF are not exempted from the AILET. Any such NET-qualified candidate needs to appear in the AILET entrance exam at NLU, Delhi, to do a Ph.D. at NLU. This exam is conducted once a year at the national level by the NLU, Delhi. The duration of the exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes and is held in offline mode. To be admitted to the Ph.D. programme at NLU, Delhi, you must have completed an LL. M. or an equivalent law degree with 55% marks. After clearing AILET. You can get NLU-D for a Ph.D. in law. And if it's help you like it.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 days ago

No, according to NLU, Delhi, which conducts the AILET exam, the candidates who have qualified for the UGC NET JRF are not exempted from the AILET. Any such NET-qualified candidate needs to appear in the AILET entrance exam at NLU, Delhi, to do a Ph.D. at NLU. This exam is conducted once a year at...No, according to NLU, Delhi, which conducts the AILET exam, the candidates who have qualified for the UGC NET JRF are not exempted from the AILET. Any such NET-qualified candidate needs to appear in the AILET entrance exam at NLU, Delhi, to do a Ph.D. at NLU. This exam is conducted once a year at the national level by the NLU, Delhi. The duration of the exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes and is held in offline mode. To be admitted to the Ph.D. programme at NLU, Delhi, you must have completed an LL. M. or an equivalent law degree with 55% marks. After clearing AILET. You can get NLU-D for a Ph.D. in law.

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Which are the best books to prepare for the CLAT and the AILET exams?

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pradeep kumar

Scholar-Level 18

2 days ago

Please buy the following books for preparation of CLAT and AILET. 1. New Pattern CLAT 2023 12 Practice Sets 3 Solved papers (2022-2020) Paperback Import, 15 August 20222. English Language : by RS Aggarwal3. Current Affairs & General Knowledge: Read Pratiyogita Darapan and Arihant Genera...Please buy the following books for preparation of CLAT and AILET.
1. New Pattern CLAT 2023 12 Practice Sets 3 Solved papers (2022-2020) Paperback Import, 15 August 2022
2. English Language : by RS Aggarwal
3. Current Affairs & General Knowledge: Read Pratiyogita Darapan and Arihant General knowledge
4. Logical Reasoning:
a) A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by RS Agarwal
b) Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning by RS Agarwal
c) Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey.

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Is it tougher to get through the AILET than the CLAT?

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pradeep kumar

Scholar-Level 18

2 days ago

No tougher. Both exams have similar syllabus so the preparation of any exam will help in other exam. Because the number of seats in National law university Delhi in B.A. LL.B. Are about 110 only. Whereas in NLUs through CLAT UG are about 621. So, the difficulty level of AILET is little bit higher.

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Which exam is tougher to crack: CLAT or AILET?

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pradeep kumar

Scholar-Level 18

2 days ago

B.A. LL.B. Syllabus for AILET comprises five sections: English Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, Elementary Mathematics. The question paper shall include a total of 150 MCQ questions, and each question carries one mark. There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wron...B.A. LL.B. Syllabus for AILET comprises five sections: English Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, Elementary Mathematics. The question paper shall include a total of 150 MCQ questions, and each question carries one mark. There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrongly answered question. The CLAT UG Syllabus 2023 is divided into five sections: English Comprehension, Current Affairs & General Knowledge, Quantitative Techniques (Mathematics), Legal Reasoning and Logical Reasoning. So, from above there is no difference in syllabus of both exams. However difficult level can be varying. As per the experience shared by students, The difficulty level of AILET is higher.

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What is the difference between CLAT ISAT, and AILET?

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Dinesh upadhyay

Guide-Level 14

2 days ago

CLAT is most widely accepted Law entrance exam for NLU and other top law college. ISAT for foreign universities. AILET for NLU Delhi. Best wishes.

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What is the difference between the papers of CLAT and AILET?

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Manav Kishore

Contributor-Level 7

3 days ago

The difficulty of CLAT is however moderate compared to AILET. It is also tough to keep up with the exam time and negative marking in CLAT the duration of exam is of 2 hours, the duration of AILET is 1 hour 30 minutes. Securing seat in AILET is however difficult because of the competition. 0.25 ma...The difficulty of CLAT is however moderate compared to AILET. It is also tough to keep up with the exam time and negative marking in CLAT the duration of exam is of 2 hours, the duration of AILET is 1 hour 30 minutes. Securing seat in AILET is however difficult because of the competition. 0.25 marks are deducted for every wrong answer in both the exams. Syllabus for both the exams vary.

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Which exam among CLAT or the AILET is better for law school?

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Dinesh upadhyay

Guide-Level 14

4 days ago

CLAT is more widely accepted and better for law school admission.

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How to manage time in quantitative in AILET 2023?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

You will be given a total of 90 minutes to complete the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) exam. Set the timer before solving any mock test or sample paper. Allot a fixed time for each section and trying to complete it within the prescribed time helps a lot. Tips for exam preparation:1- Practice...You will be given a total of 90 minutes to complete the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) exam. Set the timer before solving any mock test or sample paper. Allot a fixed time for each section and trying to complete it within the prescribed time helps a lot. Tips for exam preparation:
1- Practice Regularly.
2- Read, Write, Revise and Repeat. This must be your mantra while preparing for the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET). I hope this will help you.

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Dinesh upadhyay

Guide-Level 14

2 weeks ago

You can attempt this section at last. Practise more and more with mocks and go with flow approach while attempting this section.

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    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.2

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.2

    Value for Money

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  • Total Fees: ₹ 6.75 Lakh
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  • 5 years
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    Placements

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    Infrastructure

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    Faculty & Course Curriculum

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    Crowd & Campus Life

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    Value for Money

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    Placements

    3.4

    Infrastructure

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