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MH CET Law Counselling 2019 Schedule & Highlights

The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MH CET) for law is a 3 years course. This year the MH CET 2019 seat allotment has been started from 12th Sept 2019. The counselling process of MH CET 2019 includes online registration, Collecting the admission letter, remitting the counselling fee, Submitting the original documents, etc. 

 



Here is the table of MH CET Law counselling of 2019 (For 5 years integrated law programme)-

EventsDates
Upload of CAP Brochure
July 12, 2019
Online Centralised form filling by CET qualified candidates
July 17- 24, 2019
NRI, OCI, PIO/CIWGC/ Foreign National Candidates registration and fee submission 
July 17- August 20, 2019
Verification of uploaded documents for NRI, OCI, PIO/CIWGC/ Foreign National Candidates 
July 17- August 20, 2019
Uploading of the verified status of NRI/ OCI/ Foreign candidates
August 20-21, 2019
Display of provisional alphabetical list
July 31, 2019 
Submission of grievances
July 31- August 2, 2019
Candidature-wise Final Merit List
August 8, 2019 (3 pm)
Revised final merit list
August 15, 2019
Seat Allotment - Round I
August 16, 2019 (3 pm) (postponed from August 13, 2019)
Reporting of candidates to colleges
August 14-20, 2019
Last date to upload of caste validity certificate at admitted college
August 20, 2019
College to publish the online first list of admitted candidates
August 14-21, 2019
Uploading of merit list of NRI, OCI, PIO, FNI and J&K candidates
August 22, 2019 (3 pm)
Seat allotment - Round 2 
August 26, 2019
Reporting to allotted colleges
August 27-30, 2019
College to publish the online second list of admitted candidates
August 27-31, 2019
Edit options available for candidates
September 3, 2019 (11 am)
Publication of third Merit List of MH CET Law seat allotment (for newly applied candidates and those who have edited their previously entered details)
September 11, 2019
Seat allotment - Round 3
September 17, 2019
Students to report to their respective colleges with admission form
September 18-21, 2019
Colleges to upload a list of admitted candidates
September 18-23, 2019
Colleges display vacant seats online and offline
September 24, 2019
Institutional round MH CET Law 2019 Counselling
September 25-30, 2019
Display of MH CET Law merit list 2019 - Institutional Round
October 1, 2019
Colleges to admit candidates as per merit list and generate provisional admission letter
October 3-7, 2019
Colleges to upload status of admitted students online
October 3-9, 2019
Last date for admission to Integrated 5-year LLB
October 19, 2019 


 MH CET Law counselling of 2019 (For 3 years law programme)-

EventsDates
Upload of CAP Brochure
July 19, 2019
Online Centralised form filling by candidates

August 15-18, 2019 (2nd Extension)

1st extension - August 6-10, 2019

(original date July 25 - August 5, 2019)

NRI, OCI, PIO candidates registration and fee submission
July 25 - August 31, 2019 
Document verification for NRI, OCI, PIO candidates
July 25 - September 3, 2019
Uploading of the verified status of NRI/ OCI/ Foreign candidates
September 6-7, 2019
Display of provisional alphabetical list
August 23, 2019 (changed from August 16) 
Submission of grievances
August 24-27, 2019 (changed from August 17-20)
Candidature type-wise Final Merit List (For MS and OMS)
September 4, 2019 (changed from August 26)
Seat allotment - Round I
September 12, 2019
Reporting of candidates to colleges
To be notified

Last date to submit and upload caste

validity certificate at admitted college

September 11, 2019 (changed from September 7)
College to publish status of the first list of admitted candidates
September 7-13, 2019 (changed from September 4-9, 2019)
Uploading of Merit List of NRI, OCI and PIO candidates
September 11, 2019 (3 pm onward)

Seat Allotment - Round 2

(for MS, OMS, and NRI, OCI, PIO, FNS, and CIWGC)

September 16, 2019 
MS, OMS, and NRI, OCI, PIO, FNS, and CIWGC to report at allotted colleges
September 17-20, 2019
Colleges upload admitted candidate status after verification of original documents and uploaded documents
September 17-21, 2019
Edit options available for candidates, fresh registration and option entry
September 23-26, 2019
Publication of Merit List for newly registered candidates and those who have edited option form
October 1, 2019
Seat allotment - Round 3
October 7, 2019
Students to report to their respective colleges with admission form
October 9-11, 2019
Colleges upload admitted candidate status after verification of original documents and uploaded documents
October 9-12, 2019
Colleges display vacant seats online and offline
October 14, 2019
Institutional round MH CET Law 2019 Counselling
October 15-18, 2019
Display of MH CET Law merit list 2019
October 19, 2019
Colleges to admit candidates as per merit list and generate provisional admission letter
October 21-24, 2019
Colleges to upload status of admitted students online
October 21-14. 2019


Highlights of MH CET Law-

Exam Name
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test - Law
Exam Frequency
once a year
Exam Mode
offline
Exam Duration
2 hours
Test Takers
18,112
Accepting Colleges
9
Official Website
http://www.mah-llb5admission.in/


Here are the total details about the schedule and highlights of MHCET Law which will clear any confusion regarding the exam.


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