The AILET 2021 exam was conducted on Jul 30, 2021 by the National Law University, Delhi. The NLU Delhi Cut Off will be released for various programs (BA LLB, LL.M, PhD) after the result's declaration. The cut-off is the minimum score required to secure admission in NLU, Delhi.
AILET 2021 Cut Off Highlights
There are various factors while deciding the cut off for the AILET 2021 exam, including the difficulty level of the paper, the number of students who appeared for the AILET 2021 exam, the number of seats available, and a few more, all play a significant role in forming the cutoff criteria. The merit list will be prepared based on AILET 2021 Cut Off.
AILET 2021 Expected Cut Off
Candidates need to generate an idea through various factors and form their expectations regarding AILET 2021 Cut Off. Analyzing the general factors and previous year announcements about AILET Cut Off, applicants can plan their next step towards admission accordingly. The cut off will be decided and published by the NLU, Delhi, after the result declaration. The result was declared on Aug 5, 2021.
Based on the difficulty level and previous year trend, the expected category-wise cut off for the AILET 2021 exam is given in the table below.
|Category||Expected Cut off|
|Persons with Disability||50-80|
|Residents of Jammu and Kashmir||60-80|
Previous Year Cut Off Trend
The previous year cut off analysis is the best indicator to predict the AILET 2021 Cut Off. Even though the exam cut off changes every year, candidates can get a rough idea of the expected cut off.
AILET 2020 Cut Off
The AILET 2020 cut off for BA LLB is presented in the table below:
|OBC-Non Creamy Layer||63|
|Persons with Disability (General)||44.25|
|PwD (OBC-Non Creamy Layer)||26.5|
|Residents of Jammu and Kashmir||57|
Candidates can check the cut off for AILET 2020 - LLM course here:
|OBC-Non Creamy Layer||66.75|
|Persons with Disability (OBC)||38.75|
|Persons with Disability (General)||67.5|
The table mentioned below consists of AILET 2019 Cut Off, followed by AILET 2018 Cut Off and AILET 2017 Cut Off, for applicants' reference.
|Persons with Disability||35.25||42.75||74|
|Residents of Jammu and Kashmir||51.25||42.75||78|
Factors Affecting the AILET 2021 Cut Off
Number of Applicants: Around 18,500+ students had appeared for AILET 2019. This year, around 20,000 are believed to have appeared for the AILET 2021 exam. The more the students, the more challenging the competition is.
The difficulty level of Paper: The difficulty level plays a significant role in deciding the cut off. If the paper turns out to be tough, the cut off will be low and vice-versa. This year, the difficulty level of the AILET 2021 paper is considered to be moderate.
Sanctioned seat intake: Last year, the university offered 80 seats for the BA LLB program. This year the seats have been increased to 120.