The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET), originally scheduled for August 18 has been postponed by the National Law University, Delhi (NLUD) in view of the ongoing pandemic situation and basis multiple requests received by candidates.
A circular released on July 29 by the University states that the a new date of the entrance test will be notified "shortly" and at least 10 days prior notice shall be given prior to the fresh date of the AILET 2020.
The circular also states that the postponement of exams has extended the deadline for the submission of online applications, the revised date being August 10, 2020.
Candidates can make Submissions at: https://nludelhi.admissionhelp.com/nlu/login.aspx
NLUD has stated that a new model to hold this year's test shall be panned out with the National Testing Agency as a "Centre-Based Remote Proctored Test" for which the centres of examination will be notified.
The circular has laid down other details of the examination:
1) Duration of the examination shall remain unchanged : 90 Minutes;
2) Patten shall be Multiple Choice (MCQ), answered with a single correct response;
3) Negative marking for wrong answers - of a deduction of 0.25 marks for each wrong response;
4) Remote Proctored Online Assessment shall be the format adopted for the examination;
5) Candidates shall be expected to visit National Test Centre's of the NTA in person in consonance with following social distancing norms.
An operational help desk for candidates shall be available via email firstname.lastname@example.org and phone as well.
Additional important aspects:
1) Admit Cards: soon to be issued & o be downloaded from website & will have information regarding the test centre, time of examination. This shall be pertinent for entry to the exam centre along with a Photo ID.
2) No permission to use mobile phones or electronic devices during examination.
3) The results will be announced by the NTA and downloadable Score Cards will be issued.
4) Scribes will be made available and extra time will be allotted to persons who have registered as physically-challenged during registration.
Candidates have been advised to refer to the Website at https://nationallawuniversitydelhi.in and www.nludelhi.ac.in for updates on the AILET.