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Army Institute of Law Entrance Test 2021:Dates,Eligibility,Admission process,Exam Pattern

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Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET) 2021

Army Institute of Law Entrance Test is the Law Entrance Test (Online LET) organized by Army Institute of Law (AIL) under the aegis of AWES for the group of students seeking admission to their undergraduate five-year B.A L.L.B program. Admissions are taken for total 80 seats. Through online LET, the following number of seats is filled by the category mentioned along with it:

  • Admission to 60 seats for wards of army personnel
  • Admission to 04 seats in the All India Category

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Admission to other seats: 16 seats of the program are filled by the Punjab Category. The admissions to them in Army Institute of Law (AIL) will be based on 10+2 merits, drawn up by the nominated university as per the notification issued by the Government of Punjab.

Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET) generally held in the month of the July every year. The procedure to fill the application form is a totally online process and there is no offline mode to do the same. Students can go to Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET) official website to fill the application form.

 Eligibility of the Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET):

  • Candidates should have passed 10+2 examination from Punjab School Education Board or any other equivalent examination recognized as such by the Punjabi University, Patiala, securing minimum 45% marks in aggregate.
  • Candidates, who have obtained 10+2 through Open University systems directly, without having any basic qualifications for pursuing such studies, are not eligible for admission in Law Courses.
  • Candidates appearing for the qualifying examination in March/April 2021 are allowed to take the Entrance Test held in 2021 provisionally, subject to the condition that their candidature shall stand cancelled in case they do not pass the 10 + 2 with the required percentage of marks.
  • Candidates passing the compartment papers of qualifying exam of 10 + 2 subsequently shall not be eligible for admission even if a seat is available
  • In case a candidate has passed a qualifying examination from Board/University whose degree has not been notified as equivalent to the Punjabi University, Patiala, he/she will have to produce the eligibility certificate from Punjabi University, Patiala at the time of interview, failing which his / her candidature shall not be considered.
  • Candidates whose declaration of results is delayed should apply well in time to the concerned Board of examination to forward a confidential result directly to Principal, Army Institute of Law, Mohali, Punjab.

Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET) Eligibility Criteria as per the Category:

  • Wards of Army Personnel – Candidates applying in this category to Army Institute of Law (AIL) must be a Ward of serving Army personnel with minimum 10 years service in the Indian Army.
  • Children of Punjab Residents Civil Category– Candidates applying in this category to Army Institute of Law (AIL) should belong to the Punjab Residents Civil category (to be mentioned in the application form). Candidates shall have to submit the required documents along with the application form for claiming a seat under this category.
  • Children of All India Civil Category other than Punjab Residents- Candidates applying in this category to Army Institute of Law (AIL) must be citizen of India who intend to settle permanently in India and have obtained the citizenship before taking the admission.

Admission process after Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET):

Candidates for both Army and All India Category who are seeking admission in Army Institute of Law (AIL) will be called for counseling as per merit in the written exam. Admission will be granted only if the candidate is found eligible on the day of counseling.

Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET) Exam Pattern:

There will be four sections in the question paper of Army Institute of Law (AIL) Law Entrance Test (LET) and the questions will be based as per level of 12th standard. The question paper will be in English language only having total 200 questions with each section comprising of50 questions. All the questions will objective type.

Sections Total No. of Questions Maximum Marks
Mental Ability 50 50
General English 50 50
Law Aptitude 50 50
General Knowledge & Current Affairs 50 50
Total 200 200

List of Exam Centers for Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET):

The test is expected to be held at following centers so that students from all over India can easily give the exam:

  • Ambala Cantt.
  • Pathankot
  • Bangalore
  • Jodhpur
  • Delhi
  • Lucknow
  • Pune
  • Kolkata
  • Guwahati
  • Mohali
  • Secunderabad

Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET) detailed Application Process:

  • Before applying online, Scanned copy of the Passport Size Photograph, Signature, 10th DMC & Bank Receipt should be ready for filling the Online Form
  • Now, a candidate seeking admission can go to Army Institute of Law (AIL) Website
  • Click on the latest Admission link, Online Registration Step-I will appear
  • Fill the basic information in the application form regarding. Category, Name of the Candidate, Date of Birth, Password, Father’s Name, Email ID and Mobile No etc
  • The Registration No and Password will be automatically forwarded to the email ID provided by candidate; the same is required before filling online form Step-II
  • After submitting the above-mentioned information, a Bank Pay-in-Slip will be generated to submit the application fee
  • After depositing the fee, please check that journal number and branch code are clearly written on the bank slip. Online form step -II cannot be completed without journal number and branch code

 Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (AIL LET) Important Dates:

Events Respective months of the academic year
Online application cum admission form generation April
Deadline to submit online application cum admission form May
Deadline to submit online application cum admission form including late fee of Rs. 500/- for all categories May
Entrance exam conduction June
Result availability June
Month for first counseling-cum-admission July
Counseling for Punjab Resident Civil Categories July
Date of second counseling-cum-admission
Date on which candidates need to report to the institutes July

Army Institute of Law (AIL) was set up in the year 1999 by the Indian Army under the patronage of the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES). The academic institution is affiliated to the Punjabi University, Patiala, and is approved by the Bar Council of India. Army Institute of Law (AIL) is accredited grade ‘A’ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). It conducts an undergraduate five-year BA.LLB and a postgraduate one-year LL.M course.

Location: The educational law Institute shifted to Mohali in July 2003, from its interim location at Patiala. Army Institute of Law (AIL)’s Mohali Campus was inaugurated by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, the then President of India. The law school has a splendid residential campus designed as an impressive architectural structure in the vicinage of Chandigarh and Punjab & Haryana High Court.

These words when come together, forms the motto of Army Institute of Law (AIL). It ignites the spark the future legal professionals hold within and converts it into the fire of Aspiration to excel in the legal field out there which in turn helps them to achieve the same.

Army Institute of Law (AIL) has been burgeoning as a Center of Excellence since its inception, generating excellent legal professionals as lawyers or legal advisors in various big firms.

Army Institute of Law (AIL) Facts in Brief:

·       Established in 1999
·       Established under Indian Army under the aegis of the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES)
·       Affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala
·       Approved by



BCI (Bar Council of India)
·       Accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) as grade ‘A’
·       Genders accepted Co-ed
·       Total courses Mainly 2  in one stream (law)
Army Institute of Law (AIL) Contact details:





Telephone No.: 172-5095336-338

Fax: 0172:5039280


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