AILET 2022: First provisional merit list for LLM released

Only those applicants who took part in the online counselling procedure are on the AILET LLM waiting list

Staff ReporterUpdated: Sunday, July 10, 2022, 11:49 AM IST
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The preliminary merit list and waiting list for the Master of Laws (LLM) programme for the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) have been made public by the National Law University (NLU), Delhi. Visit the official website, nationallawuniversitydelhi.in, to view the waiting list and provisional merit list for the AILET 2022 LLM programme.

Candidates who appear on the preliminary merit list of chosen applicants for the LLM programme must pay their remaining fees by July 11 at the latest (till 6 pm). According to a statement from the NLU, if the applicants do not comply, their admission offer will be revoked and the seat will be granted to the subsequent applicant on the waiting list in order of merit.

Candidates must accept the admission offer letter; if they don't for any reason, it won't be taken into consideration later and they will lose their right to admission as well as their right to a refund of their counselling cost, it stated.

Only those applicants who took part in the online counselling procedure are on the AILET LLM waiting list. If a seat becomes available owing to a provisionally selected candidate withdrawing from the programme or failing to pay the remaining tuition within the allotted time frame, the spot will only be filled from applicants on the waiting list.

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