AP PGLCET 2023 Application Form, Exam Date, Eligibility, Pattern, Syllabus

Andhra Pradesh Post Graduate law Common Entrance Test or AP PGLCET is an entrance examination that provides an individual to take admission to the law colleges in Andhra Pradesh. LLB course help the candidate to further his/her career in the field of law. Candidate who wants to pursue LLM must go through an entrance examination. In this article, we will discuss information about AP PGLCET Entrance test like Application Form, Exam Date, Eligibility, Pattern, Syllabus, Admit Card, Result, etc.

AP PGLCET 2023 Important Exam Dates

Events  Exam Dates
AP LAWCET Notification date February 2023
Online Application form Start to submitFebruary 2023
Without late fees to submit online application form date April 2023
Registration form online submit without late fees of Rs 500/- Last date May 2023
Last date Online Registration Form submit date without late fees of Rs 1000/- May 2023
Online Registration Form Last Date to submit without late fees of Rs 1500/- May 2023
With late fees of Rs 5000/- for the write entrance test in Anantapuramu May 2023
AP LAWCET 2023 Exam Date May 2023

AP PGLCET 2023 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for AP PGLCET are as follows-

  • Candidates must be a citizen of India and a domicile of AP
  • The candidate must have completed the LLB/BA LLB from a recognized University with 50% aggregated (SC/ST-45%)

AP PGLCET 2023 Application Form

The Candidates can follow these steps to fill the AP PGLCET entrance examination online-

  • For online applicants, the process is easy and fast. Visit the official website of AP  PGLCET and click on the apply button, the official website of AP  PGLCET is https://sche.ap.gov.in/LAWCET/
  • The application form will be opened, fill the form with accurate information and click on the Next button
  • After that, you have to AP load the digital photograph, signature, and other documents
  • Now Click on the submit button, a new screen with all the information filled will appear, review the application and check for all the details again
  • Now pay the fee online using Net banking, credit card, or debit card
  • Your application is filled, take a print out of the application and payment receipt for future use

Documents required for AP PGLCET 2023 Application Form

The following are the documents that are necessary for filling the AP PGLCET application form-

  • Latest Scanned photo passport size
  • 10 and 12 certificates scanned
  • LLB/BA LLB Graduation Degree
  • Scanned signature of the candidate
  • Aadhaar card number and a scanned copy

AP PGLCET 2023 Application Fee

The application fee for AP PGLCET is Rs.850/-which can be paid online using credit/debit card, UPI, Net banking etc.

Admit Card

Admit card for AP PGLCET 2023 admit card is released once the exam date is closing usually, 2-3 weeks before the examination. You can download the admit card from the official website. It is important for the candidates participating in the AP PGLCET to follow the guidelines mentioned on the Admit card.

AP PGLCET Examination Pattern

The exam pattern of the AP PGLCET 2023 exam consists of 120 questions and holds a total of 120 Marks which is divided into two parts. Each question will be of 1 mark each with no negative marks and you will be provided 90 minutes to complete the examination. The following are the examination pattern for AP PGLCET-

Section NameSubjectNumber of Questions
Part AJurisprudence20
Constitutional Law20
Part BPublic International Law16
Mercantile Law16
Labour Law16
Crimes and Torts16
IPR & Other Laws16

Syllabus for AP PGLCET 2023

The syllabus for AP PGLCET 2023 is as follows-

Part I

  • Persons, Obligation        
  • Emergency provisions
  • Property, Liability            
  • Center-State Relations
  • Legal Sanctions
  • Amendments to the constitution
  • Schools of Jurisprudence – Sources of Law          
  • Directive Principles of State Policy
  • Custom Precedent and Legislation          
  • Executive Judiciary and Legislature
  • Rights and duties – Ownership and Possession 
  • Nature of the Constitution: Fundamental Rights

Part II

  • Extradition and Asylum Defences            
  • Copyright Act, 1957 and Patents Act, 1970
  • State Jurisdiction             
  • General Principles & Exceptions of IPC  
  • Environmental Protection Act, 1986
  • United Nations
  • TORTS: General Principles of Tort            
  • Human Rights
  • Nationality and Statelessness    
  • Joint liability      
  • The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993
  • International Law and Municipal Law     
  • State liability for torts    
  • Salient features of the Information Technology Act, 2000
  • Subjects, State Territory, Air, Sea and outer space           
  • Consumer Protection Act,1986 
  • The Right to Information Act of 2005
  • General Principles of Contract
  • Indian Contract Act-1872
  • Trade Union Act of 1926
  • Industrial Disputes Act of 1947

AP PGLCET 2023 Exam Result

The Exam result will be released within a month or two after the examination is conducted. Along with the result, a cut-off will also be released which is the minimum marks required for the candidates to pass the examination for admission.­­­

AP PGLCET Counselling

PGLCET Counselling is a process where the candidates who have passed the PGLCET Entrance test finalizes their seats and the admission to the course is confirmed. In this event, you have to visit the venue on the notified date with the necessary documents and confirm your seat by paying the fee for the course. You have to select the college that you want to choose as well.

Documents required for AP PGLCET Counselling

The following are the document that you have to carry when visiting the counselling session-

  • Income Certificate or Ration Card
  • Sports/PH/NCC/CAP Certificates (if any)
  • Provisional/Degree Certificate
  • AP PGLCET Rank Card
  • AP PGLCET Hall Ticket
  • Study/Residence Certificate for proving the previous 7 years’ study as local Andhra Pradesh Certificate or Non-Local Certificate
  • SSC/Intermediate/Equivalent Mark sheet
  • Migration Certificate
  • Transfer Certificate
  • Qualifying Examination mark sheet
  • SC/ST/Caste certificate

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