GLAT 2023 Selection Process

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The Geeta Institution of Law, Haryana is popularly known for offering the best law faculty for various 3-year and 5-year law programmes. Every year, they invite applicants through the Geeta Law Admission Test (GLAT 2023) who want to pursue a career in the field of law. 

The application form for GLAT 2023 has already been in process. Interested candidates should note that the institution will conclude the GLAT selection process through a merit-based selection after the GLAT 2023 entrance examination. 

GLAT 2023 Selection Process

The GLAT 2023 selection process will be held on a merit basis. Candidates who will be able to qualify for the GLAT examination will have to wait for the institution to declare the result on the official website. Based on the merit ranking, candidates will be invited for direct admission under their chosen law programmes. Applicants who would manage to score more than 90% in the GLAT results will be awarded a scholarship worth INR. 30,000. Check the sequence of examination events for the GLAT 2023 in the details mentioned below:

  • After appearing for the GLAT test, candidates will have to wait for the university to release a merit list.
  • Candidates will be notified regarding their GLAT results on the official website.
  • After downloading a copy of the result, applicants can confirm their eligibility for the scholarship test or can apply for direct admission in their applied law course.
  • The last step of taking admission under the GLAT selection process is concluded after paying the tuition fee.

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GLAT 2023 Results

The GLAT results will be declared on the official website a few days after the entrance examination. Meanwhile, candidates are advised to be in possession of all the necessary documents required for the GLAT admission process. Once the result link is made available on the website. Candidates can use their registered user ID and password to log in and download their GLAT results for further admission process.

GLAT 2023 Scholarship

Candidates who top the GLAT cut-off list will be granted a relaxation in the admission fee. There is a reservation of 75% seats under the admission test for meritorious candidates. Hence, candidates can apply for the scholarship test for the applicable LLB programmes under the GLAT scholarship scheme. The amount of scholarship may vary depending on the marks obtained by the aspirants. 

GLAT 2023 Available Seats

The number of seats available for the GLAT 2023 intake is limited to 120 for the BA LLB (Hons.) and 60 for the BBA LLB (Hons). The available intake is inclusive of the seats under the scholarship reservation. Candidates who want to apply for the scholarship after the result declaration should apply for the scholarship test to avail the fee relaxation.

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What is the exam date for GLAT 2023?

The entrance examination for GLAT 2023 is scheduled to happen on May 20th 2023. It will be a pen-paper-based examination for applicants who want to apply for the 5-years BA/BBA LLB(Hons.)

How many seats are available for the GLAT 2023?

The total number of seats available for GLAT admissions is 140 seats. Out of these, 120 seats will be allotted to the BA LLB, and 60 seats to BBA LLB and LLM, each. There will be an allotment of 775% of seats based on the GLAT scholarship test. 

What is the full form of GLAT?

GLAT stands for the Geeta Law Admission Test. The examination is conducted to invite applicants for admission to the five-year law courses at the Geeta Institute of Law in Panipat.

Candidates who are aiming to appear in the GLAT examination should note that the college will soon commence the admission process based on the merit list. In this blog, we have discussed the GLAT 2023 selection process. We hope the candidates will find this blog useful on their journey to take the GLAT examination.

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