MH CET Law Syllabus 2020 Download | MH Common Entrance Test Law Exam Pattern

MH CET Law Syllabus 2020 is released now the candidates have to download the updated syllabus to start preparation. Candidates must know the MH Common Entrance Test Law Exam Pattern 2020. Here we uploaded the MH Common Entrance Test Law syllabus and exam pattern. Aspirants who are willing to join Law courses in the Maharashtra may attend the written exam conducted by the MH CET Law 2020.  Candidates can also Download the MH CET Law Previous year papers, MH CET Law Results, MH CET Law counselling details. Candidates are advised to download the different E Books and Pdf for reference.  The candidates must know the preparation tips before going to attend the exam. Candidates may refer different books for learning more knowledge about the MH Common Entrance Test Law exam.

Summary for the MH CET Law Exam

Name of the Board Maharashtra  Common Entrance Test
Name of the Exam MH CET Law
Category Syllabus
Application Mode Online
Selection Process Written Exam
Official Website

About the Board

The Government of Maharashtra has established “ADMISSIONS REGULATING AUTHORITY AND STATE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST CELL” as per the provisions of the Maharashtra Unaided Private Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admissions & Fees) Act. 2015 (Mah. Act No. XXVIII of 2015)The Commissioner of State CET Cell is Competent Authority for conducting CETs.In exercise of the powers conferred by section 23 of the Maharashtra Unaided Private Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admissions and Fees) Act, 2015 (Mah. XXVIII of 2015), the Government of Maharashtra has notified the rules to regulate the admissions to the First and Direct Second Year of Full Time Professional Undergraduate Technical Courses (Engineering and Technology, Pharmacy, Pharm D., Architecture, Hotel Management and Catering Technology). The admissions shall be carried out as per these Rules and its amendment from time to time.


Syllabus for the MH CET Law Exam 2020 Exam Pattern

The candidates have to follow the instructions of the official website to know more details regarding the MH CET Law exam. Candidates have to refer different authors books to get different ideas about the MH CET Law exam. The online tests conducted by some websites will be very useful for candidates to score more marks in the final merit list of MH CET Law Exam Board. The candidates have to start preparation by planning for the examination. We uploaded the lots of useful books and links for the use of the candidates.  

             Name of the Subject                     Question Type
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning                    Objective Type
Logical and Analytical Reasoning
General Knowledge with Current Affairs
Basic Mathematics.

 MH CET Law Exam 2020 Syllabus (General English)

The candidates have to read the following topics in General English; Sentence Rearrangement, Tenses, Articles, Fill in the Blanks, Comprehension, Unseen Passages, Synonyms, Verb, Error Correction, Antonyms, Subject-Verb Agreement, Vocabulary, Adverb, Idioms & Phrases Idioms and Phrases, Grammar, Antonyms, Fill in the blanks, Comprehension passage, Vocabulary, Sandy, Muhavare, Synonyms, One word substitutions.

MH CET Law Exam 2020 Syllabus (General Knowledge with Current Affairs)

About India, Geography – India & The World, Cultural Heritage, Indian National Movement, History – India & The World, Economy, Indian Polity & Governance, Indian Constitution, Science & Technology.


Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Law 2020 Syllabus (Reasoning)

Non-Verbal Series, Decision Making, Analogy, Clocks & Calendars, Blood Relations, Arithmetical Reasoning, Embedded Figures, Number Series, Alphabet Series, Coding-Decoding, Cubes & Dice, Number Ranking, Directions, Mirror Images.

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Law 2020 Syllabus (Quantitative Aptitude)

Profit & Loss, Decimal & Fractions, Ratio & Proportions, Problems on Ages, Mixtures & Allegations, Average, Data Interpretation, Number System, Percentages, Simplification, Time & Work, Time and Distance, HCF & LCM, Simple & Compound Interest.

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Eligibility criteria for MH CET Law Entrance Exam 2020

All Candidates in India can apply and candidates from Foreign, NRI, OCI, PIO can also apply. The 10th, 12th, Graduate and Post Graduate from any discipline can apply.

MH CET Law Entrance Exam 2020 Important Instructions for the Candidates

Candidates must bring the MH CET Admit Card for the Examination Centre.

Those who are Without their admit card are not permitted inside the examination hall.

Candidates are strictly advised not to bring any unauthorized materials.

Candidates must observe silence inside the exam hall during exam.

If any candidate found to be Malpractice will be not allowed to continue writing exam, further actions will be taken by the MH CET Law Entrance Exam Board.

Candidates should strictly follow the Exam Hall Invigilators Instructions during exam.

Selection Procedure for MH CET Law Entrance Exam 2020

The Maharashtra  Common Entrance Exam process takes two stages such as Written exam, Interview. The candidates have to undergo these two process to get admission in the Maharashtra  Common Entrance Test. The successful candidates who cleared both this process will undergo Document verification and Certificate verification process. The candidates final merit list will be released by the  MH CET Law after the above mentioned process. the candidates then check their name in the merit list and have to follow the instructions directed by the MH CET Exam Board.

Identity and Document Verification for Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Entrance Exam 2020

Candidates those who are get passed in the written exam will be called for Interview and Document Verification Process. Candidates have to Bring the Original Documents and Important Certificates for the verification process conducted by the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test 2020 Board. Candidates have to bring Documents such as

10th, 12th, Degree Certificates.

Caste Certificate

Birth Certificate

Any Original Identity Card provided by the State or Central Government.