Osmania University, Hyderabad on Monday, August 23 conducts state-level law entrance TS LAWCET for 3 year LLB admissions. The entrance test for shift 1 is now over. According to the reports, the examination is held successfully at all the exam centres. Based on the feedback received from the students related to the examination, an analysis of TS LAWCET 23 August shift 1 is hereby shared.
The students who appear for the TS LAWCET 3 year LLB examination or are scheduled to appear in upcoming shifts, may go through the analysis, experts' opinions, solutions and difficulty level of the shift 1 paper as shared below.
According to the schedule, the examination on August 23, 2021, is scheduled in two shifts i.e morning and evening shifts for 3-year course. Whereas, for 5-year LLB and LLM, the test will be conducted on Tuesday, August 24, in a single shift. Once the examination is over, the official answer key of TS LAWCET and PGLCET 2021 will be released as scheduled on August 26. Thereafter, the candidates will be able to raise their objections against the key till August 27, 2021.
Based on the feedback received from the students, a total of 120 multiple-choice questions from the General Knowledge, Current Affairs, and Law Aptitude Test have been asked. Each question contains four alternative answers numbered as 1, 2, 3 and 4. Candidates have to exercise their choice in answering the question. The candidates have to attempt all the questions in a time duration of 90 minutes. Each question carries one mark and there is no provision for the negative marking for incorrect answers. The maximum number of marks in the examination are 120.
GK & Current Affairs: (30+30 Questions)
A total of 60 questions (30 from each section) have been asked. The questions were based on static GK and Current affairs of 2020 and 2021. The overall level of the questions was moderate.
Law Aptitude Test: (60 Questions)
The questions in this section have been asked from Aptitude for the study of Law, elementary knowledge of the basic principles of Law and Constitution of India. The level of these 60 questions was moderate to difficult.
As far as the report from the examination centres is concerned, it is reported that all the candidates were asked to carry their TS LAWET/PGLCET admit cards to the centre. Along with this, candidates were given permission to carry a valid photo identity card. In view of the ongoing COVID-19 situations, candidates were given entry only wearing a face mask and maintaining social distancing. To avoid the rush at the exam entre, candidates were allowed asked to report at the designated exam center at least 1 hour before the examination.
According to the exam-related provisions, the minimum qualifying marks for TS LAWCET and PGLCET 2021 for the Unreserved category will be 42 marks (35%). Whereas, for SC and ST candidates there is no provision of minimum qualifying marks and percentages.