MH-CET coaching in Dehradun

About MH-CET

MHCET Law is a national level common entrance exam conducted by Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra to shortlist aspirants for admission in law programmes offered in the state. On the basis of an aspirant’s performance in MHCET Law exam, candidates can secure admission in BA LLB (5 years integrated course) and LLB (3 years) programmes offered in law colleges of Maharashtra state. 
MHCET Law comprises of 150 questions which candidates need to attempt in two hours duration. CET for law test paper consists of objective type questions in English and Marathi language. There is no negative marking in the entrance exam.

Exam Pattern

Students are selected for the law programs basis the rank secured in the MH-CET entrance. MH-CET is a two hour computer based test designed to evaluate the candidate’s aptitude for legal education. There is no negative marking.
Exam Pattern: For Five Year LLB
No. of Questions
Basic Mathematics
Logical Reasoning
General Awareness
Legal Aptitude


MH-CET scores and ranks are accepted by colleges in Maharashtra admitting students to their law program. The list is exhaustive; however, some of the top colleges accepting MH CET scores are listed below for reference:
  • Government Law College (GLC)
  • SVKM’s Pravin Gandhi College of Law
  • Jitendra Chauhan College of Law
  • KC Law College
  • Rizvi Law College
  • Vivekanand Education Society’s College of Law
  • ILS Law College
  • New Law College, BVP
  • DES’s Navalmal Firodia Law College
  • PES’s Modern Law College
  • PDEA Law College
Nagpur and Other Locations:
  • RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur
  • Central India College of Law, Nagpur
  • Navjeevan Law College, Nashik
  • Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad
  • Dr. Prajabrao Deshmukh College of Law, Amravati


  • Candidates need to be Indian citizens in order to be eligible to apply for MHCET Law.
  • Should have cleared Senior Secondary School Examination/ Intermediate Examination/ 12thBoard Examination from any recognised educational institution following 10+2 school pattern. 
  • Should have secured minimum 45% marks in aggregate in the qualifying exam. SC/ST candidates (from Maharashtra) are offered 5% relaxation in aggregate marks.
Age Limit: Candidates meet the age limit eligibility criteria for MHCET Law for LLB (5 years) admissions if they are below 20 years of age in the year in which they are seeking admission through CET for law. However, for candidates from OBC, ST and SC candidates from Maharashtra state are eligible to apply even if they are 22 years of age as on the date of admission.

MH-CET Law Exam Syllabus

For an enhanced understanding of the subjects on which the test-takers will be tested, candidates need to take a look here at the detailed description of the subjects – 
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning – In this section candidates will be examined on the logical links, rectifying illogical arguments and identifying patterns. The subject will include completing arguments, drawing well-supported conclusions, reasoning by analogies, applying principles, and rules and wide analogies. It also includes reasoning from a set of statements and rules and principles that describes the relationship among persons, things or events.
  • General Knowledge with Current Affairs – This section will consist of the topics such as Geography, General science, civics, economics, History (Ancient, Medieval and Modern). The main aim of this section is to examine the candidate’s knowledge of the latest happenings taking place around. 
  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning – In this section, candidates will be examined on their problem-solving abilities. Moreover, the questions will also be set on the basis of legal propositions and mention facts to which the propositions need to be applied by the examinees. Some propositions may not be true in the real sense and candidates need to assume fact of these propositions (propositional truth) and answer the questions drawing well-supported conclusions.
  • Mathematical Aptitude – This section will  include questions from class 10th mathematics including time and work, algebra, numerical ability, average, Venn diagram, profit and loss and speed distance. 
  • English – Topics including English usage errors (common errors, spotting errors in sentence, inappropriate usage of words, spelling mistakes etc.), improvement and rearrangement of sentences, English comprehension and passages and Proficiency (idioms and phrases, one word substitution, improvement and rearrangement of sentences, fill in the blanks etc.) will be included in this section.