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ILICAT 2018:Indian Law Institute All India Common Admission Test

ILICAT Overview

ILICATILICAT (Indian Law Institute All India Common Admission Test) is conducted by ILI (Indian Law Institute), offers a great opportunity for the students seeking admission in L.L.M. integrated courses. Students all over India can apply for this examination.

ILI is one of the best law Institute in India. Established in 1956, the law school conducts Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test (ILICAT) at the national level.

Application forms will be published on May 2018.

More details regarding the exam form, exam pattern, syllabus, admit card, result, eligibility criteria are mentioned below in this article.

Candidates are requested to go through the article thoroughly.

ILICAT 2018 Important Dates

Important dates regarding the important dates of Indian Law Institute All India Common Admission Test 2018 are mentioned below in the table:

Application Forms AvailableMay 2018
Last date of application formJune 2018
Admit CardJune 2018
ExaminationJune 2018
ResultJune 2018
Group Discussion and VivaJuly 2018
Merit ListJuly 2018

ILICAT 2018 Eligibility

However, ILI does not have any specific eligibility criteria for the admission in L.L.M or Ph.D.

Still, candidates must have completed their L.L.B. with minimum 50%

Candidate must be a citizen of India.

There is no age restriction in this examination like other law exams.

ILICAT 2018 Exam Pattern

The pattern for examination of ILICAT 2018 is mentioned below in the table:

ILICAT 2018 Exam Pattern

Exam Sections


No. of Questions

Part-1English & General Knowledge40
Part-2Legal Aptitude100
Part-3Subjective Questions on Legal aspects4
Total Questions144

Duration will be of 2:30 hours.

Question paper will be of objective type that is MCQ type.

The All India Common Admission Test is held at Delhi only and has three parts.

There is negative marking in Indian Law Institute All India Common Admission Test exam. The marking scheme for Indian Law Institute LLM admissions 2018 is as mentioned below:

ILICAT 2018 Marking Scheme


Marks for every correct answer

Marks deducted for every wrong answer
Total Marks180 marks

ILICAT 2018 Application Form

Indian Law Institute All India Common Admission Test application form can be filled by candidates in online or offline mode.

Application forms will be available on the official website of Indian Law Institute All India Common Admission Test 2018.

Steps are given here, following which candidates can successfully fill the application form:

Step 1: Fill ILICAT Application Form

Step 2: Upload Documents

Step 3: Upload/Send SoP

Step 4: Pay Application Fee

Step 5: Submit ILICAT Application Form

Application Fee is Rs. 1000/-

ILICAT 2018 Syllabus

ILICAT exam is divided into different parts. Indian Law Institute All India Common Admission Test 2018 syllabus is as mentioned below:

Syllabus for Part-1 of Exam

  • Grammar
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Inference-based questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Candidates should also be up-to-date on GK related topics

Syllabus for Part-2 of Exam

  • Jurisprudence
  • Constitutional Law
  • IPC
  • Public International Law
  • Commercial Law (Contract and Specific Relief Act, Partnership and Sale of Goods Act)
  • Law of Torts
  • Law of Limitation
  • Environmental Law

Syllabus for Part-3 of Exam

There will be 4 questions in Part III and each question shall carry 10 marks. Subjective type questions shall be to test the legal writing skills of the candidate.

ILICAT 2018 Admit Card
  • Admit card will be released in June 2018.
  • Admit is compulsory to carry in the examination hall.
  • Candidates must preserve the admit card till the end of admission process.
  • It would be available online on the official website of Indian Law Institute All India Common Admission Test 2018.

ILICAT 2018 Results
  • The result is to be declared on June 2018.
  • The rank card will be released after few days of declaration of result.
  • Score and even rank will be mentioned.
  • Result will be available on the official website of Indian Law Institute All India Common Admission Test.

About Amrita Singh

Hello, my name is Amrita Singh and I am a law student. My interest of writing articles made me join Examgyani. It feels like a social service, telling about the upcoming examination to the aspiring candidates.

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