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MH CET Law 2017 Result & Merit List

State Common Entrance Cell, Maharashtra has announced the result for three year LLB program on June 02, 2017 and five year LLB  program on June 01, 2017. Candidates need to login with their registration number to view MH CET Law 2017 Result. 

  • To check MH CET Law 3 year LLB program, click here
  • To check MH CET Law 5 year integrated LLB program, click here

MH CET Law 2017 (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Law 2017) is the state level entrance exam conducted by the State CET cell of Maharashtra for admission to 3 year and 5 year LLB program respectively. Candidates can download the score cards from the official website of DHE, Maharashtra. MH CET Law Result for BA LLB 3 years programme will be declared on June 2, 2017.

Check MH CET Law Answer Keys for BA LLB 3 years programme

MH CET Law 2017 Results

The result of MH CET Law 2017 was declared on the official website of Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Maharashtra on May 30, 2017. The steps mentioned below will give the candidates access to MH CET Law Results of 2017

  1. Go to the official website of MH CET Law 2017
  2. Click on the MH CET Law 2017 Results Link
  3. Then the candidate is required to enter the registration number
MH CET Law 2017 Result
  1. After successful Login,candidates can check their MH CET Law 2017 result. 
  2. Download MCH CET Law  2017 Score Card as it will required during admission process.

The candidates who qualify the entrance exam, will be offered admission inGovernment Law Colleges of Maharashtra through their participation in MH CET Law 2017 Counselling. The counselling has begun from August 2, 2017 through online mode.

Points to Note:

  • Candidates who do not satisfied with their marks in MH CET Law 2017, can apply for verification of results to the competent authority. In case of change in marks, the candidates must inform the designated representatives immediately for admission to the desired course.
  • The percentage of candidates in the qualification examination is calculated by rounding it off to 2 places after decimal.
  • If any candidates have grades in the qualifying exam (SSC, HSC, Bachelor or post-graduate degree), he/she is required to submit certificate of conversion of grades into percentage of marks issued by the competent authority or Board.
  • In case a candidate has reappeared for the qualifying examination, then the percentage of marks scored by him or her in the latest examination will be taken into consideration for admission.

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MH CET Law 2017 Merit List

Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Maharashtra declared the final merit list of MH CET Law 2017 on August 16, 2017 wherein selected candidates are provided with a merit number and called for completion of the further process, in order to get admission in Law colleges. The authority releases separate lists for following courses:

  • LLB 3 year, Merit List
  • LLB 5 year, Merit List

The Merit list is made after the declaration of MH CET result, thus it is based on the marks scored in the entrance exam. The table given below comprises of the detailed schedule ofMH CET Law 2017 Merit List:

EVENTTENTATIVE DATESTIME
DISPLAY OF PROVISIONAL MERIT LIST Display of category wise seat distribution (Seat Matrix)Aug 8, 20175.00 pm onwards
Submission of GrievanceAug 9,201718-Aug-17
Final Merit ListAug 19, 20175.00 pm onwards
First List Of Seat Allotment ( First Round)Aug 20, 20172.00 p.m. onwards
Students Report To CollegesAug 18, 201720-Aug-17
Colleges Upload The Admitted Students 'Status On Line Through Their Log In.Aug 22, 201722-AUG- 2017 up to 5.00 p.m.
SECOND List of Seat Allotment ( Second Round)Aug 24, 20175.00 p.m. onwards
Students Report To CollegesAug 25, 201727-Aug-17
Colleges Upload The Admitted Students ' Status On Line.Aug 29, 201729-AUG- 2017 up to 5.00 p.m.
Merit List of NRI, OCI, PIO CandidatesAug 30, 20175.00 p.m. onwards
Third List of seat Allotment (Third Round) NRI,OCI,PIO CANDIDATES REPORT TO COLLEGE AND FINALIZE ADMISSIONS Colleges upload the NRI, OCI, PIO Admissions on LineAug 31, 20175.00 p.m. onwards
Students Report To Colleges Along With Downloaded Admission LetterSep 1, 20173-Sep-17
Colleges Update Vacant Seats On Line.Sep 6, 201706-Sep-2017 up to 5.00 p.m.
Filling The Option Form For Fourth RoundSep 7, 201710-Sep-17
Fourth Round Of Seat Allotment (Fourth Round)Sep 12, 20175.00 p.m. onwards
Students Report To Colleges Along With Downloaded Admission LetterSep 14, 201716-Sep-17
Colleges Upload The Admitted Students 'Status On Line Through Their Log In.Sep 17, 201717 Sept- 2017 up to 5.00 p.m.
Colleges Display Vacant Seats On Line And College Notice BoardSep 19, 20175.00 p.m. onwards

MH CET Law 2017 Participating Institutes

After clearing the MH CET Law 2017 exam for 5-year programme candidates will be allotted a seat in the participating institutes for Five year integrated LLB course. Following is list of participating institutes and the tentative number of seats available for Five Year LLB Degree course:

Name of InstitutesNumber of Seats available (tentative)
Government Law College Mumbai240
Indian Law Society Law College Pune240
Kishinchand Chellaram Law College Mumbai180
Rizvi Law College Mumbai200
St. Wilfreds College of Law Mumbai-
Manikchand Pahade Law College Mumbai-
Shankarrao Chavan Law College Pune-
Shri Shivaji Maratha Law College Pune-

On clearing the MH CET Law 2017 exam for 3-year programme candidates will be allotted seats in the institutes participating in MH-CET Law 2017 for three year LLB degree course. Following is list of participating institutes and the tentative number of seats available for Three Year LLB Degree course:

Name of InstitutesNumber of Seats available (tentative)
Government Law College Mumbai320
Indian Law Society Law College Pune160
Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College Mumbai300
Dr. Ambedkar College of Law Mumbai320
Kishinchand Chellaram Law College Mumbai140
Rizvi Law College Mumbai120
New Law College Mumbai80
St. Wilfreds College of Law Mumbai-
Manikchand Pahade Law College Mumbai-
Shankarrao Chavan Law College Pune-
Shri Shivaji Maratha Law College Pune-
Vidya Prasarak Mandal TMC Law College Thane320

MH CET 2017 Tie Breaker

Tie Breaker in MH CET LAW Result

While preparing the merit list if there is a tie in the merit of 2 or more candidates following process is carried out to calculate the merit of a candidate:

  1. Three Year Degree Course
  1. The candidate with a higher percentage of marks in Qualifying Examination (Degree/ Post-Graduation Degree) is ranked higher in the merit list
  2. The candidate with higher percentage of marks in Aggregate at High School Examination or Equivalent Examination is ranked higher in the merit list
  1. Five Year Integrated Degree Course
  1. The candidate with a higher percentage of marks in qualifying Examination (HSC or equivalent examination) is ranked higher in the merit list
  2. The candidate with a higher percentage of marks in First Language at HSC or Equivalent Examination is ranked higher in the merit list
  3. The candidate with a higher percentage of marks in SSC or Equivalent Examination is ranked higher in the merit list
  4. The candidate with a higher percentage of marks in English at SSC or Equivalent Examination is ranked higher in the merit list

If the tie in marks is in between candidates who belong to NRI/ OCI/ PIO and Foreign Students reservation category, following method is opted to calculate the merit:

  1. Five Year Integrated Degree Course
  1. The candidate with a higher percentage of marks in First Language at HSC or Equivalent Examination is ranked higher in the merit list
  2. The candidate with a higher percentage of marks in SSC or Equivalent Examination is ranked higher in the merit list
  3. The candidate with a higher percentage of marks in English at SSC or Equivalent Examination is ranked higher in the merit list
  1. Three Year Degree Course
  1. The candidate with higher percentage of marks in Aggregate at High School Examination or Equivalent Examination is ranked higher in the merit list
  2. The candidate with higher percentage of marks in Aggregate at Secondary School Examination or Equivalent Examination is ranked higher in the merit list

MH CET Law 2017 Counselling Process

Admission to the Law colleges and institutes in Maharashtra is further carried out through Centralised Admission Process (CAP). The candidates need to register for Centralised Admission Process, which began from August 2, 2017 . During the counselling, candidates will have the option of ‘Freezing’ or ‘Floating’ their seats. These options are explained below in detail. 

Appearing for the counselling does not finish the admission process. Candidate after the centralised admission process will have to go to the chosen institute to complete the admission process.

Step-by-Step process for Centralised Admission Process

The step-by-step process of MH CET Law 2017 counselling is given below:

  1. Candidates will visit the official website to see the notification regarding MH CET Law Counselling.
  2. To participate in the Centralised Admission Process (CAP), candidates have to fill online application form.
  3. After the online application is confirmed, candidates have to visit the allotted centre for verification of documents.
  4. On the official website, the available category wise seats will be displayed for CAP Rounds I, II and III.
  5. Before CAP Round I, candidates have to fill up online option form and choose from list of Institutions offering 3 years and 5 years LLB Course. Candidates can fill the choice of institution in a decreasing order of their preference. The options once selected by candidate and confirmed by the competent authority will be considered final for CAP Round I, II and III.
  6. The list of allotted institutes through CAP Round I, II and III will be displayed on the official website.
  7. At the reporting centre, candidates have to report and accept the seat offered as per the allotment of CAP Round I, II and III.

Freeze and Float

At the time Centralised Admission Process candidates can either ‘Freeze’ or ‘Float’ their seat in an academic institution before accepting the offered seat. The significance of these options is as follows:

Freeze

‘Freeze’ means, the candidate accepts the seat offered to him/her and he/she will not participate in any other CAP Rounds. A candidate choosing the Freeze Option will not be considered for further rounds.

Float

‘Float’ means that the candidates accept the seat offered to them and have to state that if they get admission to an institution of higher preference then they will accept it or else continue with the current offered and accepted institution.

Students choosing this option will be considered for other rounds as well. If the candidate chooses this option and gets a seat in institution of higher preference then the previous seat will be forfeited. The option of floating is not available for students who have accepted admission in the institute of their first choice.

CAP Round IV

For the CAP Round IV, the number of seats available will be displayed on the official website. Candidates have to apply online for Round IV. The seats in this round will be allotted on the basis of certain conditions, which are as follows:

  • Before accepting the seat, candidate has the option of choosing between ‘Freeze’ and ‘Float’.
  • Following candidates can apply for CAP Round IV:
  1. Candidates who have not been allotted seats in previous rounds.
  2. Candidates who have taken and cancelled their admission in earlier rounds.
  3. Candidates who have Freezed their admission in previous rounds but want to choose float option in the final round.
  • Candidates who have chosen the Float option and are applying for this round will select the allotted institution in the option list. After this previous allotment will stand cancelled.
  • Float option is not available for the seats allotted in this round because there will no more rounds after Round IV.

Seat Allotment Process

The seat allotment process under the Centralised Admission Process of MH CET Law 2017will be carried out in following manner for various reserved categories.

  • For Maharashtra State Candidates

There are eight stages for Centralised Allotment. The stages are as follows:

Stage- I: For all candidates-

  1. The candidates will be selected for CAP on the basis of their merit
  2. Allocation of seats to the candidates belonging to the minority category of the Maharashtra State will be based on the merit and in case of non-availability of seats reserved for them; they will be given admission on the basis open category merit.
  3. Candidates belonging to Backward Class Category will be chosen for seat allotment in Open Category on the basis of their merit or category of reservation if the Open category seats are not available at their merit.
  4. Candidates belonging to the SBC Category will be chosen for seat allotment in Open Category on basis of their merit. If these candidates belonged to Backward Class before their inclusion to SBC Category, they will be considered in Backward Category Class only.
  5. If the seats are not available at their merit, the candidates in the Person with disability category will be considered for seat reservation in Open Category.
  6. If the seats are not available at their merit, the candidates in the Defence category will be considered for seat reservation in Open Category.

Stage- II: After the allotment of seats to the Female candidates of Backward Class Category or Open Category, remaining seats will be allotted to male candidates of Backward Class Category or Open Category.

Stage-III: 2% seats will be extended for candidates belonging to SBC Category if the seats of the Backward Class Category remain vacant.

Stage-IV: If seats remain vacant of any of the following group of Backward Class, it will be allotted to candidate of other group.

  1. Group 1
  1. Schedule Castes and Schedule Castes converted to Buddhism
  2. Scheduled Tribe including those living outside the specified areas
  1. Group 2
  1. Vimukta Jatis/ De-notified tribes
  2. Notified tribes
  3. Nomadic Tribes 1
  1. Group 3
  1. Nomadic Tribes 2
  2. Nomadic Tribes 3
  3. Other Backward Classes

Stage-V:  If after the allotment of Seat for candidates of Backward Class Category any seats remain vacant, they will be allotted to candidates belonging to any Backward Class Category.

Stage-VI: If the seats for Person with Disability category remain vacant, they will be allotted to Person with Disability candidates.

Stage-VII: If the seats remain vacant after the end of Stage-VI, the Stages I to VII will be executed and no tags will be used for Candidates without ‘Maharashtra State’ or ‘All India Category Tag’

Stage-VIII: This is for all candidates without any reservation; they will be allotted seats based on their merit on MH CET Law 2017.

  • For All India Candidates

The seats will be allotted under this category on the basis of CET score through Centralised Admission Process. These seats are reserved for ‘General Category’ candidates only and no seat will be reserved for other reserved categories.

Important Points for Seat Allotment in CAP Round I, II, III and IV

CAP Rounds I, II, III and IV will be based on computerised allotment. For CAP Rounds I, II and III, the rules as stated under Stages I to III will not be applicable.

If the seats remain vacant in any category due to non-fulfilment or no admission, they will be considered for the next rounds. For the CAP Round IV, the rules stated under Stages I to VII will not be applicable.

MH CET Law 2017 Counselling Fee

If a candidate has been allotted a seat then he or she has to download the ‘Provisional Seat Allotment Letter’. Students have to draw a demand draft in favour of Competent Authority and deposit it at the admission reporting centre at the time of seat acceptance.

After verification of documents the centre in-charge will give the online receipt of acceptance to the candidate.

After deducting 1000 INR for counselling, rest of the money will be sent to the institution where the candidate has got the admission in. This money will be adjusted in the candidate’s tuition fee of that particular institution. In case of cancellation of admission, after deduction of 1000 INR as processing charges, rest of the money will be returned to the candidate.

The fees to be paid by the candidate under various categories are as follows:

CategoryFees to be paid
GeneralRs. 3000/-
SBC/ OBCRs. 3000/-
Vimukta Jatis/ De-notified TribesRs. 3000/-
Nomadic TribesRs. 3000/-
SC/STRs. 1000/-

Important Instructions For MH CET Law 2017 Counselling

  • The seat allotment during Centralised Admission Process (CAP) will be carried out on the basis of the merit of the candidates belong to the Maharashtra State. The seats in the round will also be based on the merit of the candidate, the option filled in by candidate and the number of seats available for CAP Rounds.
  • At any stage of seat allotment, the candidates may get upward shift in the allotment of seats depending on the availability of seats and preference filled by the candidates. 
  • For All India Candidates, NRI, Foreign Students and Jammu and Kashmir Migrants category candidates there shall be no reservation for allocation of seats.
  • Reserved Category candidates will be considered for allotment of seats in all rounds of CAP.
  • During CAP Round I and II, after Stage III, Stage I and II will be repeated for allotment of seats in SBC Category.
  • All notifications regarding the CAP Rounds and Allotment Lists will be displayed online only on the official website. Candidates will not be notified personally.
  • If the candidate does not report to the allotted centre in person, it will mean that candidate is not willing to accept the seat allotted to him or her.
  • If the documents are not verified, found missing or faulty and if the candidates do not meet the eligibility requirement, they will not be considered for seat allotment process.
  • Candidates who reject the allocated seat in CAP round I without choosing a Freeze or Float option will not be able to participate in CAP Rounds  II and/or III.

MH CET Law 2017 Cutoff 

After the declaration of MH CET Law 2017 Results, stream-wise cutoff for different categories will be released by the conducting authority on the official website. The MH CET Law 2017 cutoff will be based on the difficulty level of exam, previous year cut off and number of applicants appearing in the exam.

Read More About MH CET Law CutOff

Given below is the previous year stream-wise cutoff of Government Law College (Mumbai) and ILC Law college (Pune):


Government Law College, Mumbai Previous Year Cutoff 

Given below is the second and third merit list of Government Law College,Mumbai:

Third Merit List

Arts

CategoryOpening Marks (%age)Closing Marks (%age)
Open92.8087.85
Scheduled Caste57.2358.00
Other Backward Classes62.7760.46

Commerce

CategoryOpening Marks (%age)Closing Marks (%age)
Open95.4090.31
Scheduled Caste66.9264.62
Other Backward Classes71.6970.92

Science

CategoryOpening Marks (%age)Closing Marks (%age)
Open91.4091.20
Scheduled Caste60.1559.23
Other Backward Classes62.4658.00
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Second Merit List

Science

CategoryOpening Marks (%age)Closing Marks (%age)
Open94.6088.30
Scheduled Caste68.6266.00
Scheduled Tribe57.0045.08
Other Backward Classes78.4071.67

Arts

CategoryOpening Marks (%age)Closing Marks (%age)
Open95.4094.50
Scheduled Caste73.0871.23
Other Backward Classes71.40

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5 Comments
maitreyee Ghosh

when will the merit list be announced...when will the counselling process start

06 Mar, 2017 12:00
Adyanshi Kashyap

few days ago i was asked you about glc maharashtra rank card and merit list because i could not understand if result was declared then why not merit list please clear my doubt

06 Mar, 2017 12:00
Adyanshi Kashyap

how i know the rank in cet law, there announced the score card but no rank mentioned. so how i know am i in merit list or not and what is the admission process of glc and ils maharastra

06 Mar, 2017 12:00
Rajeshwar pratap singh

I got 85 marks in mh cet law exam, i am also from general category is there any chance to get Glc mumbai or Ils pune?

06 Mar, 2017 12:00
Aish

When will the merit list and counselling dates be announced for 3yrMH CET LAW.

06 Mar, 2017 12:00

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