AILET PG Result 2023

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The All India Law Entrance Test Post Graduation (AILET PG) is a national-level law entrance examination. The National Law University (NLU) organizes the examination every year to enrol students in their PG law course which is a one-year LLM program. The AILET PG 2023 exam has already declared its results for the academic year 2023 to 2024. The AILET exam 2023 was conducted on December 11, 2022 (Sunday). The results of the examination were declared on December 19, 2022. The results are now available on the National Law University website for the students to check whether they have made it to the merit list of intake 2023. Read this article to know about the AILET PG result 2023.

Name of the examinationAILET PG 
Conducting BodyNational Law University (NLU) Delhi
PG CourseLLM (one-year duration)
Date of ExamDecember 11, 2022 (Sunday)
Date of ResultsDecember 19, 2022 (Monday)
Number of seats81

AILET PG Exam Result

The results for the AILET PG 2023 have been declared on 19th December 2022. The merit list is now available online on the official website for students to check their names. The result has been released by the University in pdf format where the students can check their names and their scored marks. Marks are provided subject-wise in the scorecard or the result pdf. Students can note that the results for AILET PG are declared online. Results can be accessed according to the various exam candidate categories which are:

  • General
  • Scheduled Caste (SC)
  • Scheduled Tribe (ST)
  • A person with Disabilities (PwD)
  • Kashmiri Migrants
  • Economically Backward Section (EWS)
  • Other Backward Classes (OBC)

How To Check AILET PG Result 2023?

Students are advised to follow the given steps to check their results of the exam AILET PG 2023.

  • Log on to the official website of NLU Delhi.
  • Click the results link on the website. Students will be redirected to the University results page.
  • The result will be displayed on the website which is downloadable in pdf format.
  • Students can download and print the result.
  • The printout of the result will be required for further processes in the admission to the LLM course.

Also read: LLM Course

AILET PG Merit List

The National Law University declares its merit list for LLM aspirants on the basis of their performance in the AILET PG exam. The merit list contains the All India Ranks (AIR) of the aspirants who appeared in the examination. The merit list is prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in the exam, the availability of seats in the University for the course LLM and the cutoff marks for the AILET PG exam.

AILET PG 2023 Merit List

For the intake year 2023, the merit list has been declared and is available online on the official website of the AILET PG exam conducting body National Law University. Candidates should note that the seats are allotted in the University for LLM program on the basis of the AIR. Thus, AIR is the most important thing that candidates need to know while registering for counselling. The admission to the LLM course started for the year 2023 on December 20th, 2022. NLU has declared the first merit list along with the results of the candidates.

Ranking for Identical Marks in AILET PG Exam

These 3 bases of preference are considered while differentiating ranks for the students obtaining the same marks in the AILET PG exam.

  • Marks in 10+2 or equivalent exam.
  • Marks in class 10 board exam.
  • Age of the candidates. Higher age is given preference over younger candidates.

Also Read: AILET PG Syllabus


The cut-offs for declaring the final result of the AILET PG exam change every year. Cut-offs are the minimum required marks that a student needs to score to sit for counselling. Various factors come into play while declaring the cut-offs. The preferences depend on these criteria:

  • The total number of candidates appearing for the AILET PG examination.
  • The total number of students qualifying for the exam.
  • The marking scheme of the University.
  • The total number of seats available in the LLM course.
  • Previous year trends of cut-off.
  • The comparative level of difficulty in the AILET PG exam.
  • The total number of candidates who turn up for the counselling process.
  • The reservation rules of the conducting body of the AILET PG exam i.e., NLU.

AILET PG 2023 Expected Cut-offs

The number of seats available for the LLM program 2023 intake in NLU is 81. Due to a higher level of difficulty in the question paper of the AILET PG exam 2023, the cut-offs are expected to go down this year. The list of expected cut-offs category-wise is given below.

General60 – 63
Scheduled Caste (SC)30 – 35
OBC (Non-creamy Layer)30 – 36

Previous Year AILET PG Cut-offs

CategoryCut-Off MarksCut-off Ranks
Scheduled Caste (SC)78490
Scheduled Tribe (ST)74621
OBC (Non-creamy Layer)92.25156
PwD (General)96.25109
Kashmiri Migrants74.75598


How many seats are there in AILET LLM?

The number of seats in National Law Univerity for the candidates appearing for AILET LLM has been declared by the University. 81 seats are available for the intake 2023 in the National Law University for LLM. 71 seats are for Indian students while 10 seats are additional for foreign students.

Is 100 a good score in AILET?

The score depends on the category you belong to. For general students, 100 is well above the cut-off marks and is a considerably good score. However, a lot depends on the difficulty of the question paper that is provided in the examination.

Who is the topper of AILET?

The topper for AILET 2023 is Abhinav Somani with AIR 1. The second rank holder in the exam is Shubham Thakaree with AIR 2. The results for the AILET exam 2023 have been declared by the National Law University which can be checked online on the official website of NLU.

Thus, currently, the results of the AILET PG exam 2023 is out and the counseling process is ongoing. While the seats are limited for the LLM course, the cut-off for this intake is supposed to be lower as the paper was relatively lengthier and more difficult.

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