We have compared the results of MAH LLB-5 Yrs CETs for 2019 and 2020 to assess the relative performance of candidates. We have also tried to analyse how this will impact cut-offs of law colleges. Here’s what we found.
Maharashtra Higher and Technical Education Minister has tweeted the result date for all professional courses’ CET. He also provided a timeline to start the centralised admissions for these courses.
The state government has changed the admission rules for both undergraduate (UG) and post-graduation (PG) professional courses to reduce the number of rounds of the centralised admission process (CAP) from three to two. The move will shorten the admission process which has already been delayed by months due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The revised dates for the test along with other higher education CETs were announced by the state CET Cell through a notice on September 21. However, the Cell didn’t release the schedule for the 3-year LLB and BEd and BEd (ELCT) entrance tests, saying that it will be announced through a separate notice.
IDOL has started admissions for undergraduate programmes, including second and third-year BA, BCom, BSc Information Technology (IT) and BSc Computer Science (CS), postgraduate (PG) programmes including part II of MA, MA – Education, MCom, MSc (Mathematics, IT and CS) and MCA (II and III). Year) as well as one-year PG diploma in Financial Management (PGDFM) PG Diploma in Operations Research in Management (PGDORM).
The students at Lord’s Universal College of Law have claimed that the college simply cut their access to online lectures after they failed to meet the August 15 deadline to pay Rs. 7,000 as the first installment of the fees, refusing to provide any concessions despite the financial hardships faced by students and their parents in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. The alleged action against fee defaulters is in disregard to an explicit directive by Bar Council of India (BCI), the apex legal education regulator, to continue education of such students.
Other recommendations by the committee include completing the examination process by October 31, providing assistance to differently-abled students to take the tests and allowing students to take the exams from their homes, either online or through pen-and-paper mode, as far as possible.
The directive comes days after state higher and technical education minister Uday Samant announced that the final year exams will begin in the first week of October, assuring students that they will get the entire month of September to prepare for the tests.
All the long-awaited common entrance tets (CETs) for professional courses of Maharashtra, including engineering, pharmacy, management, agriculture, architecture, law and teacher training courses, will likely be held between October 1 to 15, state higher and technical education minister Uday Samant said on Wednesday.
The students need to be accompanied by their parents and carry their hall tickets to be allowed to travel on suburban trains. This comes as a major relief to the students in the city and suburbs as reaching exam centres had become a major problem due to travel restrictions in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak.