ILI CAT Reservation Criteria

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ILI CAT Reservation Criteria

The reservation criteria for the ILI CAT entrance exam are stated by the government of India. As per the Indian Government’s norms, the reservation is fixed for all the categories and all the government funder institutions and universities will have to follow these norms. The different categories include the General, Other Backward Castes, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and the Economically Weaker Sections. The ILI CAT exam cut-off will depend on the basis of these categories. Read this article to know more about the ILI CAT reservation criteria.

Exam Name ILI CAT 2023
Full Form Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test
Conducting Body Indian Law Institute, Delhi
Examination Mode Offline Mode
Application Fee INR 2,500
Course Available One-year LLM
Seats Available 39 (tentative)
Location Delhi
Official Website

ILI CAT Reservation Criteria

The number of seats available under the ILI CAT exam is fixed by the Indian Government for each category. While filling out the application process for the ILI CAT 2023, candidates belonging to categories other than the General, will be required to submit their caste certificate, certified by the government of India. Based on this caste certificate, the cut-off marks will be declared for each category by the officials of the India Law Institute, Delhi. Check the table given below to know about the seats reserved for each category under the ILI CAT exam.

Categories Reservation Percentage (%)
Scheduled Castes (SC) 15%
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 7.5%
Non-Creamy Other Backward Castes 27%
Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) Up to 10%
A person with Disabilities (PwD) 5%

Important Documents for ILI CAT Reservation Criteria

To claim your admission to ILI CAT Reservation Criteria, candidates must have all the valid certificates and documents issued by the government of India. Here is a list of documents which candidates from different categories need to upload during their application process.

  • Non-Creamy Other Backward Castes Certificate (NC OBC)
  • Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Certificate
  • A person with Disabilities Certificate (PwD)
  • Format for Final Year Certificate
  • Format for Candidate Identification Affidavit
  • Bachelor’s Degree in LLB Marksheet
  • Identification Card (Aadhar Card/ Pan Card/ Driving License/ Voter ID Card)

Also Read – ILI CAT Syllabus

ILI CAT 2023 Cut-Off

Here is a table highlighting the category-wise cut-off list for the ILI CAT entrance exam.

Category Cut-Off (%)
General (unreserved) 96%
Scheduled Castes (SC) 53.50%
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 20.25%
Non-Creamy Other Backward Castes 74.25%
General Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) 83.25%
Persons with Disabilities (EWS) 28.50%

Also Read – ILI CAT FAQs


What is the application fee for ILI CAT 2023?

While filling out the application form for ILI CAT 2023, candidates are required to pay INR 2,500 through a debit card/ credit card/ net banking. This payment is non-refundable.

What courses can I pursue by giving the ILI CAT exam?

The ILI CAT exam offers a one-year Master in Law course (LLM). candidates who are interested in the ILI CAT exam can apply on the official website of the Indian Law Institute, Delhi.

What is the required eligibility for the ILI CAT exam?

Candidates planning to give the ILI CAT exam must have completed their bachelor’s degree in LLB from any institution or university in India recognised by the government.

What type of questions will be asked in the ILI CAT exam?

The ILI CAT exam will consist of a total of 144 questions, out of which 140 will be objective types and the remaining 4 will be subjective types. This exam will consist of a total of 180 marks and time duration of this exam will be 2 hours and 30 minutes (150 minutes).

The ILI CAT exam is conducted every year by the Indian Law Institute, Delhi which offers candidates admission to a one-year LLM program. Candidates who are interested in pursuing a career in the legal profession can apply for this exam.

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