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AILET Syllabus

Detailed section-wise syllabus of AILET
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AILET is conducted once every year by the National Law University-Delhi, which was established in the year 2008. AILET 2016 will be conducted on 1st May 2016 nationwide at various centers. AILET facilitates admission into various law programs like B.A LL.B (Hons) and Ph.D. in law. For its flagship course of B.ALL.B (Hons) it offers a total of 80 seats.

The offline paper consists of 150 questions which are divided under 5 sections. An aspirant gets a time frame of 1 Hour 30 minutes to attempt the paper. In order to ensure an extra ordinary performance in the exam, it is essential to have an absolutely clear idea about topics that should be prepared for the exam. Based on an analysis of the previous years' papers, we have come up with a list of important topics under all 5 sections

Sr.No. Subjects Questions Marks
1 English including Comprehension 35 35 Marks
2 General Knowledge and Current Affairs 35 35 Marks
3 Logical Reasoning 35 35 Marks
4 Legal Aptitude 35 35 Marks
5 Elementary Mathematics(Numerical Ability) 10 10 Marks

**No Negative Marking

English including Comprehension:
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Vocabulary in context
  • Vocabulary - Odd one out
  • Idioms and Phrases
  • Para jumbles
  • Vocabulary based Fill in the Blanks
  • Spotting errors
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Sentence Rearrangement
  • Sentence Improvement
Elementary Mathematics:
  • Percentage
  • Time & Work
  • Time Speed Distance
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Average
  • Simplification
  • Interest
  • Profit, loss and discount
  • Number system (H.C.F & L.C.M), etc.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs:
  • Sports
  • Science & Technology
  • Economics
  • Government Policy
  • History/ Art & Culture
  • Polity
  • National & International Events/ Organizations/ people
  • Miscellaneous (Geography, Environment, Books, Awards, etc.)
Reasoning:
  • Logical arguments
  • Logical conclusions
  • Pattern identification
  • Fact inference judgments
  • Blood relations
  • Syllogisms
  • Conditional syllogisms
  • Directions
  • Number series
  • Data sufficiency
  • Analogies
  • Logical assumptions
  • Assertion reasoning
  • Binary logic
  • Logical actions
Legal Aptitude
  • Indian Constitution
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Law of Torts
  • Indian Contract Act
  • Family Law
  • Legal Misc. (Intellectual Property Rights, Labour Laws, etc.)
  • Current Legal Events, Recent judgments of the Supreme Courts, Proposed amendments and laws.
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