IPU CET Law 2021

Exam Date


Application Date

2021-04 to 2021-05

Result Date

Exam Description


IPU CET LAW (Inderprastha University Common Entrance Test)


Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University conducts IPUCET (Inderprastha University Common Entrance Test). It used to admit candidates into its BA/BBA LLB programmes, which will now by through the CLAT. The candidates will get their seats on the basis of their CLAT scores.


Entrance Exam Highlights



Inderprastha University Common Entrance Test

Organized by

Guru Gobind Singh Inderprastha University


National Level Exam


Once a year

Official Website


Mode of Registration


Exam Mode

Through CLAT

Number of Seats

1700 seats for BA + LL.B & 660 seats for BBA + LL.B

No. of Participating Colleges


Score Validity

One year


Important Dates for IPU CET Law 2021



Dates (Tentative)

Commencement of application form

April, 2021

End of application form

1st week of May, 2021
Admit Card Availability 2nd Week of May, 2021
Exam Date IPU CET Law 3rd Week of May, 2021
Answer key release To Be Announced
Result Date To Be Announced
Counselling To Be Announced


IPU CET Law Eligibility Criteria


  • Candidate must have passed 10+2 exam with minimum 50% aggregate marks.
  • Candidate should have English as a subject and passed.


IPU CET Law Seats and Reservation


  • 85% of seats are reserved for Delhi area candidates, which means that candidates from any school/institute located in NCT Delhi have passed the qualifying examination. These seats will be filled out by means of a merit/rank list of the respective CET code prepared for candidates from the Delhi area. Applicants who have passed the qualifying examination via any recognised University/Distance/Open Institute's Education system and have their Study Centres in Delhi will be treated as Delhi Region Candidates. In such cases, applicants would also be expected to prove themselves to be candidates with valid evidence in Delhi.
  • 15% of seats are reserved for applicants outside Delhi, which means applicants from any school/institute outside Delhi who have passed their qualifying degree.
  • For institutions based in Delhi/NCR, the division of seats will be carried out on the basis of candidates from Delhi and outside of Delhi for whom the NCTD will take a decision.


Law Colleges in India Accepting IPU CET


  • University School of Law & Legal Studies, New Delhi
  • Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
  • Amity Law School, Delhi
  • Vivekananda Law School, Delhi
  • BLS Institute of Technology Management, Bahadurgarh
  • Ideal Institute of Management and Technology and School of Law, Delhi
  • Trinity Institute of Professional Studies, New Delhi
  • Gitarattan International Business School, Delhi