AILET 2023 admit card released; download here

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Manashjyoti Hazarika
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Updated on Nov 25, 2022 18:26 IST

The national-level entrance exam, AILET 2023 will be conducted in pen-and-paper mode on December 11, 2022. Admit cards have to be downloaded online at

The National Law University (NLU) Delhi has released the admit cards for AILET 2023 around 6 pm, on November 25, 2022. The admit card has been released online at the AILET admission portal - To download the admit card, the candidate has to log in to the portal using their application number and password.

How to download the AILET 2023 admit card

To download the admit card, follow these steps.

  1. Go to the AILET admission portal -
  2. Click on the admit card download link
  3. A log-in window will open
  4. Enter your application number and password.
  5. On successful login, the admit card will be displayed on the screen.
  6. Download and take a printout of the admit card.

Details mentioned on the AILET 2023 admit card

The admit card will include the following details:

  • The name, date of birth, and category of the candidate
  • AILET 2023 application and ROLL number
  • Exam date and timings
  • Name and address of the allotted exam center
  • Photograph of the candidate

The AILET 2023 entrance exam will be conducted on December 11, 2022. On the day of the exam, the candidate also needs to bring with them a valid photo id proof along with the admit card.

AILET 2023 important dates

The upcoming events of AILET 2023 will be held as under: 



Issue of admit cards

November 25, 2022

Conduct of AILET 2023 exam

December 11, 2022 (10 am - 11.30 am)

Release of provisional answer keys

December 11-12, 2022

Final answer key

December 2022

Declaration of results

December 2022

AILET 2023 exam pattern

The AILET 2023 exam will be conducted on December 11 (10 am -11.30 am) for both the BA LLB and LLM programs. The mode of the exam will be pen-and-paper based.

The question paper for the BA LLB program will include 150 multiple-choice questions, while the LLM paper will include 101 questions (MCQs & Subjective questions).

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