ICFAI Law Admission Test (ILSAT) is conducted by the ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education (IFHE), a deemed-to-be-university, which was established by ICFAI to impart practical skills and relevant knowledge to the students. This Hyderabad-based university conducts ILSAT to enrol students in BA LLB (Hons.), BBA LLB (Hons.), and LLM programmes of ICFAI Law School- ‘the Centre for Excellence in Legal studies’. In this blog we will know about ILSAT 2023 eligibility criteria in detail.
|Exam Name||ICFAI Law Admission Test (ILSAT)|
|Conducting Body||ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education (IFHE), Hyderabad|
|Application Fee||INR 600 for ILSAT 2023 BA LLB (Hons.)/BBA LLB (Hons.)
INR 1000 for ILSAT 2023 LLM
|Mode of Examination||Online|
|Courses||BA LLB (Hons.), BBA LLB (Hons.), LLM|
This Blog Includes:
- ILSAT 2023 BA LLB (Hons.) and BBA LLB (Hons.) Eligibility Criteria
- ILSAT 2023 LLM or ILSAT (PG) 2023 Eligibility Criteria
- ILSAT 2023 Exam Pattern
- ILSAT (PG) 2023 Exam Pattern
- ILSAT 2023 Admission Calender
- ILSAT (PG) 2023 Admission Calender
- ILSAT 2023 Test Centres
ILSAT 2023 BA LLB (Hons.) and BBA LLB (Hons.) Eligibility Criteria
To appear for ILSAT 2023 for BA LLB(Hons.) and BBA LLB (Hons.), candidates must meet the academic qualification and should have attained the minimum age as prescribed by the conducting body. IFHE defines the following eligibility criteria for students appearing for the entrance examination:
- Candidate must have cleared Class XII Board examination or its equivalent with 50% marks in a single attempt; or
- Candidate must have appeared in Class XII Board examination or its equivalent before 1st July 2023, and are awaiting their results.
- Students should not be above 21 years of age on the date of admission.
- Age limit is subject to change according to the guidelines of the Bar Council of India.
- Age will be calculated as per the Date of Birth (DOB) mentioned in the Secondary School certificate of the applicant.)
ILSAT 2023 LLM or ILSAT (PG) 2023 Eligibility Criteria
The IFHE Faculty of Law (FoL) also offers LLM programme to law students. IFHE has laid down the minimum educational qualifications required for taking ILSAT (PG) 2023:
- Candidates must have scored a minimum of 50% or equivalent score in Five Year Integrated Law Course or Three Year Law Course or any equivalent programme; or
- Candidates appearing for final year or semester examinations in their respective degree programmes and awaiting results.
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ILSAT 2023 Exam Pattern
ILSAT, an aptitude test, is a computer-based test that is conducted for 2 hours or 120 minutes, in multiple centres across India. The entrance test for IFHE Faculty of Law (FoL) is scheduled to start at 10:am and will conclude at 12:00 noon on the 4th of June 2023.
The entrance test paper for BA LLB (Hons.)/BBA LLB (Hons.) of ICFAI Law School is segregated into 5 Sections and contains 125 questions. The test pattern for the aforementioned exam is as follows:
|Sections||SectionA||Section B||Section C||Section D||Section E|
|Subjects||English||Logical Reasoning||Legal Reasoning||GK/Current Affairs||Analytical Reasoning|
|No. of Questions||25||25||25||25||25|
Other details about ILSAT 2023 Exam Pattern:
|Type of Questions||Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs)|
|Marking Scheme||1 Mark for Each Correct AnswerNo Negative Marks for Incorrect Answers|
ILSAT (PG) 2023 Exam Pattern
ILSAT (PG) 2023 Test is designed to assess the knowledge base of students in six core subjects of law, the syllabus for which will be listed in the application form. This LLM entrance test contains questions from the following subjects:
- Constitutional Law
- Corporate Law
- Labour Law
- Law of Torts
- Indian Penal Code
Other details about ILSAT (PG) 2023 Exam Pattern:
|Type of Questions||MCQs|
|Test Duration||2 Hours or 120 Minutes|
|Minimum Qualification Percentage||50%|
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ILSAT 2023 Admission Calender
ILSAT 2023 will take place in June and the admission process will be initiated after the declaration of results in the same month. As the dates of admission are out, plan your preparation accordingly.
|Last Date of Application Submission||28th May 2023|
|Exam||4th June 2023|
|Results Declaration||8th June 2023|
|Personal Interview||12th June 2023, onwards|
|Provisional Admission||13th June 2023, onwards|
|Program Fee Registration and Payment||10th-14th July 2023|
|Orientation Program||17th-28th July 2023|
|Classes||31st July 2023|
ILSAT (PG) 2023 Admission Calender
|Availability of Application Forms||June 2023|
|Last Date for Application Submission||June 2023|
ILSAT 2023 Test Centres
ILSAT 2023 will be conducted in 18 cities. Applicants can choose from the following cities while filling out the ILSAT application form:
Students applying for ILSAT 2023 should not be more than 21 years of age.
Applicants for ILSAT 2023 must have scored a minimum of 50% in the Class XII Board examination or its equivalent in a single attempt.
Students who have got a minimum of 50% marks in the Class XII Board examination or its equivalent in one attempt or candidates appearing in the aforementioned examinations before 1st July 2023, and are waiting for results can appear for ILSAT 2023.
Graduates from any Five Year Integrated or Three Year Law course or any equivalent program who have scored a minimum of 50% or Undergraduates appearing in their final examination can apply for ILSAT (PG) 2023.
Applicants must submit their ILSAT 2023 application forms by 28th May 2023 to appear for the entrance test on 4th June 2023.
IFHE conducts ILSAT for students seeking admission in BBA LLB (Hons.), BA LLB (Hons.), and LLM programmes, which are student-centric teaching programmes, of the ICFAI Law School. Applicants need to adhere to the eligibility criteria defined by IFHE to apply for the entrance exams for Undergraduate and Postgraduate law courses offered at this Hyderabad-based university.
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