AILET 2023 Cut-off for BA LLB likely to be in 72.75-73.5 mark range, Check category-wise cut-off

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AILET Cut-off 2023 - The AILET 2023 cut-off for the general category will be most likely in the 72.5-73.5 mark range. In fact, the cut-off for all the categories is bound to be lower this year. This outcome can be drawn based on the All India Merit Rank released by NLU Delhi on December 19, 2022. The AILET 2023 exam was conducted on December 11, 2023; the answer keys for the exam will be released soon. The actual cutoff would be released NLU Delhi at the time of AILET 2023 seat allotment. The cut-off for AILET 2023 will be released separately for the BA LLB and LLM programs. The cut-off is the last for which admission would be offered in the given category. So, if a candidate fails to meet the cut-off criteria, he or she may not get admission.

To determine the cut-off, the admission committee will consider a host of factors including the seat intake, the difficulty level of the AILET question paper, the total number of applicants, the performance of applicants in the AILET 2023 exam (or their merit ranks), category under which admission is sought, etc. 

AILET Cut-off 2023 

NLU Delhi has released the All India Merit Ranks for the BA LLB program. Analyzing the merit ranks, it is pretty clear that the cut-off would be lower this year.

In fact, the AILET 2023 cutoff for the General category will most likely be in the 72.5-73.5 mark range.

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AILET 2023 cut-off (most likely)

  1. As per the All India Merit List released for the BA LLB program, only 12 candidates managed to score equal to or more than 80 marks.
  2. Now considering there are 47 seats available for the General category, the cut-off is sure to be lower than 80 marks.
  3. The candidates with All India Rank 47 secured 73.75 marks. This means the AILET 2023 cut-off for the general category is most likely to be around the 72.75-73.5 mark.
  4. 63 candidates have scored 72.75 marks or more.

AILET 2024 Cut off Release Date

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of AILET 2024 exam

DatesPast Exam Dates

30 Jan '23 -

3 Feb '23

AILET LLM 2023 Second Merit List and Seat Allotment

6 Jan '23 -

11 Jan '23

Seat allotment - Round II for BA LLB and Round I for LLM

30 Dec '22

Seat Allotment (BA LLB)- Round I

AILET Merit Rank 2023 - BA LLB program

The details of AILET 2023 merit list is as under:

S.No. Application No. Roll No. Marks All India Rank
1 31001184 2338160507 92 1
2 31007255 2338160663 91.25 2
3 31012144 2314152522 90.25 3
4 31010201 2311151084 87.25 4
5 31006207 2351163873 84.75 5
6 31003034 2311151193 84.5 6
7 31000494 2322155642 83.25 7
8 31003863 2321155092 83 8
9 31000026 2311151113 82 9
10 31007333 2351163895 82 10
11 31020005 2311151321 81.75 11
12 31001484 2349163490 80.5 12
13 31006587 2347162891 79.25 13
14 31012808 2322155603 79 14
15 31011596 2324156430 79 15
16 31005969 2316153477 78.75 16
17 31003334 2314152926 78.75 17
18 31000141 2349163205 78.5 18
19 31003159 2341161746 78.25 19
20 31005393 2351163916 78 20
21 31000389 2311151255 78 21
22 31023212 2311151181 77.75 22
23 31021090 2327157464 77.25 23
24 31006394 2322155405 77 24
25 31008499 2314152534 77 25
26 31012234 2322155589 76.75 26
27 31022172 2341161780 76.75 27
28 31017345 2330158250 76 28
29 31020087 2316153584 75.75 29
30 31011276 2353164590 75.5 30
31 31014407 2354165068 75.25 31
32 31011861 2319154244 75.25 32
33 31003222 2350163572 75.25 33
34 31008129 2352164374 75 34
35 31009455 2341161678 75 35
36 31001681 2343162390 75 36
37 31008276 2337160492 74.5 37
38 31002650 2326156977 74.5 38
39 31000541 2322155804 74.25 39
40 31016501 2312152108 74.25 40
41 31002430 2322155860 74.25 41
42 31000231 2337160268 74.25 42
43 31008943 2352164223 74 43
44 31010331 2320154685 74 44
45 31008053 2326156869 74 45
46 31011670 2337160240 73.75 46
47 31007835 2352164375 73.75 47
48 31013817 2312151539 73.5 48
49 31007250 2351164126 73.5 49
50 31005148 2341161829 73.5 50
51 31017099 2355165474 73 51
52 31000017 2334159528 73 52
53 31004701 2350163511 73 53
54 31013681 2332158746 72.75 54
55 31017433 2315153317 72.75 55
56 31011949 2311151206 72.75 56
57 31013425 2332158897 72.75 57
58 31006578 2314152585 72.75 58
59 31001114 2337160244 72.75 59
60 31001942 2349163180 72.75 60
61 31008312 2314153166 72.75 61
62 31006570 2351163909 72.75 62
63 31000856 2349163163 72.75 63
64 31008429 2326157030 72.5 64
65 31007975 2314153132 72.5 65
66 31002342 2349163207 72.25 66
67 31008501 2334159274 72.25 67
68 31015915 2355165552 72 68
69 31009689 2339160868 72 69
70 31000110 2314152513 72 70
71 31002385 2326157085 72 71
72 31007566 2314152519 71.75 72

AILET 2023 exam analysis OUT

The exam analysis as given by students who appeared in the AILET 2023 entrance exam analysis is now OUT.

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AILET 2023 Expected Cut-off 

According to candidates who took the AILET 2023 exam, the cut-off this year could be between the range of 80-90 marks.

The students remarked that the question paper this year was easier compared to the last edition. However, considering the exam pattern was changed this session, the cut-off won't get affected that much. 

Note that for AILET 2023, the Logical reasoning section was merged with the English language section, which confused a lot of candidates.


Category

AILET Cut-off 2022

AILET Cut-Off 2023 (Expected)

Rank 

Score

Rank

Score

General

82

100

82

88.25

SC

1819

72.5

1768

55.75

ST

3183

63.25

3050

47.75

OBC-NCL

653

84.25

837

65.5

EWS

358

89.5

370

74.25

Residents of J&K

387

88.75

598

69.5

Kashmiri Migrants

1166

78.5

624

69

General - PwD

1988

71.25

823

65.75

OBC - PwD

2185

70

1636

57

SC - PwD

6069

49.5

3377

46

EWS - PwD

-

 

3391

45.75

AILET Cut-Off 2022

The AILET 2022 cutoff has been released by NLU Delhi. Check category-wise AILET 2022 cut off marks for BA LLB (Hons.) to know your chances of admission at NLU Delhi: 

Category AILET 2022 Cut off Marks for BA LLB (Hons.) AILET 2022 Cutoff Rank
General Category 83.50 marks  AIR 142
Gen-PWD 59.25 marks  AIR 1384
OBC -NCL  63 marks  AIR 1040
OBC-PWD 39 marks  AIR 5004
SC 51.50 marks AIR 2406
SC-PWD 25.75 marks AIR 9022
ST 44.25 marks AIR 3692
EWS 69.75 marks AIR 588
EWS-PWD 29.50 marks AIR 7720
KM  65.25 marks AIR 866
J&K Residents 65 marks  AIR 878 

AILET 2022 LLM cutoff for each category is as under: 

Category AILET 2022 Cut off Marks for LLM AILET LLM 2022 Cutoff Rank
General Category 56.50 marks  AIR 90
Gen-PWD 46.50 marks  AIR 162
OBC -NCL  38.50 marks  AIR 187
OBC-PWD 37.50 marks  AIR 189
SC 37.75 marks AIR 188
SC-PWD 5.75 marks AIR 195
ST 36.25 marks AIR 192
EWS 38.75 marks AIR 186
KM 51.25 marks AIR 131

Factors affecting AILET 2023 Cut off 

Before looking at the previous years' cutoffs, let us check the various factors that affect the AILET cut off every year: 

  • Difficulty level of the question paper: Tough question paper may lead to lower cut off and an easy or moderate question paper may result in higher cut-off  
  • Number of candidates appeared for the exam: More the candidates in AILET exam, the higher is the cutoff for the exam  
  • Average performance of candidates in the exam: The better the candidates perform in AILET, the more is the cut off for the exam and vice-versa 
  • Total seats for the BA LLB/LLM course: NLU Delhi has limited seats for BA LLB and LLM courses, therefore, the cut off is usually high
  • Category of candidates: The cutoff for candidates belonging to reserved categories such as SC, ST, PwD and KM is typically lower as compared to the cutoff for General/Open category candidates 

AILET 2023 Expected Cut off Marks

The expected cut-off for AILET 2023 BA LLB paper is as under:

Subject

Questions per section

Expected Cut off Marks

English Language

50 Marks

35-40 Marks

Current Affairs & General Knowledge

30 Marks 

25+ Marks

Logical Reasoning

70 Marks 

50+ Marks

Total 150 90-100 Marks

The expected cut-off for AILET LLM 2022 is as under:

Type of Questions

Marks

Expected Cutoff Marks

Objective (MCQs)

100 Marks

90+ Marks

Subjective (Descriptive type  of questions)

50 Marks

40+ Marks

Total

150

130-140 Marks

AILET Cutoff & Related Dates 2022

Check important dates related to AILET 2022 cutoff below:

Events AILET Dates
AILET exam 26-June-2022
Result First week of July 2022
Cutoff First week of July 2022
Counselling July-August 2022

Previous Years' AILET Cutoffs

Check previous years' AILET cutoffs for reference below:

AILET 2020 Cut off

The AILET 2020 cutoff marks for BA LLB (Hons) are mentioned in the table below: 

Category

AILET Cut off for BA LLB (Hons)

General

75.25

OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)

63

SC

48

ST

37

PwD (General)

44.25

PwD (OBC Non-Creamy Layer)

26.5

PwD (SC)

29.5

Kashmiri Migrants

52

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

57

EWS

68

EWS (PwD)

30.5

 

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AILET 2019 Cut off

The AILET 2019 cutoff marks for BA LLB (Hons) are as under: 

Category

Minimum Cut off marks for AILET

Marks scored by AILET toppers 

General

72.75 

93.25 marks

Scheduled Caste

49.75 

59.75 marks

Scheduled Tribe

50 

58.5 marks

Persons with Disabilities

48.5 

64 marks

Kashmiri Migrant

35.25 

35.25 marks

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

51.25 

54.25 marks

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AILET 2018 Cut off

The AILET 2018 cutoff marks for BA LLB (Hons) are as under: 

Category

AILET Cut off for BA LLB (Hons)

General

71.25 

Scheduled Caste

49.75 

Scheduled Tribe

48.25

Persons with Disabilities

42.75 

Kashmiri Migrant

40.25 

Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

58 

AILET Cut off Trends

Candidates can check the trend for AILET cut off for BA LLB (Hons) course for the past four years below: 

Important FAQs on AILET Cutoff

Q. What is AILET cutoff?

A. The AILET cutoff is the minimum marks/rank that candidates need to obtain in order to secure admission at NLU Delhi. 

Q. When will AILET 2023 cutoff be released?

A. The AILET 2023 cutoff has been released on the day of released in the form of merit list.

Q. What factors are considered while determining the AILET cutoff?

A. Different factors are taken into consideration while determining the AILET cutoff such as:
  • Difficulty level of the paper
  • Number of candidates appeared
  • Number of candidates qualified
  • Total seats available for admission
  • Category of candidates

Q. Is AILET cutoff for all categories the same?

A. No, NLU Delhi releases separate cutoffs for Open and different reserved categories such as SC, ST and PwD.

Q. How many cutoff lists are released by NLU Delhi?

A. NLU Delhi usually releases two cutoff lists basis which candidates are provided admission to their respective courses at the University. 

Q. How many AILET seats are available for admission for General category candidates?

A. In 2021, total 47 General category seats are available for BA LLB (Hons) course and 30 General category seats are available for LLM course.

Q. What happens if I do not meet the AILET cutoff?

A. Candidates not meeting the AILET cutoff will not be considered for admission at NLU Delhi. 

Q. Where will AILET cutoff 2023 be released?

A. The AILET 2023 cutoff has been released in online mode on the official website of the NLU Delhi along with the merit list. The cutoff marks for each round were different. 

Q. When will AILET counselling 2023 begin?

A. The AILET 2023 counselling has begun from December 19 onwards. The first admission list was released on December 30, 2022 followed by the second admission list that was out on January 06, 2023. 

Q. How many total seats are available for admission at NLU Delhi?

A.The total seats available for admission through AILET in BA LLB (Hons) programme is 123, and for LLM course it is 70 seats. 

Q. How many marks has the AILET 2023 topper has scored?

A. The AILET 2023 topper for BA LLB (Hons) has scored total 92 marks, in 2022, the topper score was 101.25 marks, and in 2021, the topper score was 120.5 marks. The topper score for LLM in 2023 is 95.5 marks, in 2022 the topper score for LLM was 78.75 marks, and in 2021 the topper score was 118.5 marks.

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