AP PGLCET 2021 - Result (Out), Merit List, Cut off. Counselling Process

AP PGLCET 2021 - Result (Out), Merit List, Cut off. Counselling Process

AP PGLCET 2021 - Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam, Tirupati has released the AP PGLCET 2021 result on October 22. It conducted AP PGLCET (Andhra Pradesh PG Common Law Entrance Test) for admission to 2-year LLM courses offered by the law colleges of the state. The AP PGLCET was conducted in online mode, on September 22, 2021.

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The AP PGLCET 2021 was a centre based exam consisting of a total of 120 questions. The AP PGLCET syllabus includes topics from various compulsory subjects of LLB such as Constitutional law, Mercantile law, Jurisprudence, Public International law, Labour Law and others. AP PGLCET 2021 is a common entrance test for all types of LLM courses. Admissions to several law colleges of Andhra Pradesh are offered on the basis of merit cum preference criteria.

AP PGLCET 2021 - Highlights

Name of exam


Official website


Type of exam

Postgraduate law entrance exam

Course offered

2-year LLM programme

Mode of exam


Participating institutes


AP PGLCET important Dates 2021

The important dates cover all the events such as application form dates, admit card and exam dates etc. Candidates can refer to the schedule of AP PGLCET 2021 as given below.

AP PGLCET 2021 Exam Dates



Release of notification

July 19, 2021

Start of submission of application form

July 22, 2021

Last date of submission of registration form without late fees

August 20, 2021

Last date to apply with a late fee of Rs 500

August 27, 2021

Last date to apply with a late fee of Rs. 1000

September 6, 2021

Last date to apply with a late fee of Rs. 2000

September 9, 2021

Correction on the submitted application form

August 30-31, 2021

Admit card release

September 17, 2021


September 22, 2021

Declaration of preliminary key

September 25, 2021


October 21, 2021

AP PGLCET Result 2021

The university has declared the AP PGLCET 2021 result in online mode. Candidates may download the result of AP PGLCET 2021 from the official website only. To download AP PGLCET result, candidates have to login at the candidate portal using their registration number and password.

The result of AP PGLCET 2021 contains important details related to the candidate’s performance in the examination. The details include marks scored by the candidate, rank, qualifying status along with candidate’s name, roll number and other personal details.

AP PGLCET Rank Card 2021

Candidates are ranked as per the marks obtained in the AP PGLCET 2021. The rank card of AP PGLCET 2021 is available for download from the official website. To download AP PGLCET rank card candidates will have to login at the admission portal. In case of any difficulty in downloading the rank card, candidates are advised to contact the Convener’s office.

AP PGLCET Rank card - Tie Resolution Rules

If two or more candidates have scored equal marks then the university follows the below mentioned rules to break the tie and rank the candidates.

  • Candidates who have scored more marks in Part A of the test will be ranked higher.

  • If the tie persists, the candidates may be bracketed together and the seniority in age will be considered for admissions.

AP PGLCET Counselling 2021

The exam officials conduct the AP PGLCET 2021 counselling in offline mode. The university will send the counselling call letters to shortlisted candidates. The objective of the AP PGLCET counselling 2021 is to verify the candidate and check the validity of the certificates. Candidates will have to fill the counselling registration form and submit it along with the marksheests, certificates and other documents at the counselling venue.

The AP PGLCET counseling may be conducted in multiple rounds, depending upon the seat intake of the participating colleges. After each round, the conducting body would release a merit list consisting of the details of finally shortlisted candidates.

AP PGLCET Eligibility Criteria 2021

APSCHE prescribes the eligibility criteria for candidates appearing in AP PGLCET 2021. The eligibility of AP PGLCET is expressed in terms of educational qualification and minimum marks.

Educational Qualification - The candidate should have completed a 3-year LLB or 5-year LLB degree from a university recognized by the Bar Council of India.

Candidates appearing in the final year (final semester) of their graduation are also eligible to apply for AP PGLCET 2021.

Minimum Marks Required - The candidate must secure at least 50% aggregate marks in the graduation. For SC, ST and Backward candidates must secure at least 45% marks in their graduation.

Age Limit - As per the rule provided by the Bar Council of India, there is no age limit for appearing in the AP PGLCET examination.

AP PGLCET Application Form 2021

The university released the application form of AP PGLCET 2021 in online mode on July 22, 2021. Before filling the application form candidates needed to submit the application fee. After submitting the application form, one may access the AP PGLCET application form from the registration portal. The detailed application process of AP PGLCET 2021 is explained below.

Step - 1: Application fee payment

  • Candidates need to visit the official website of AP LAWCET and click on the “fee payment tab”.

  • Fill the form by entering the details such as personal information, email address, mobile number and select the course (LLM).

  • Click on the “Initiate Payment” option and pay the application fee using the debit card or net banking.

  • Save the payment ID generated after the successful payment.

Step - 2: Fill AP PGLCET application form

  • Check the fee payment status and click on “Proceed to fill application”

  • Fill the application form by entering all details such as personal information, category, communication details, school and college education details.

  • Select any two exam centres from in the order of preference.

Step - 3: Upload documents

  • Upload a good quality photograph along with a signature in the prescribed format and size.

Document specifications



Passport size photo

Format - JPG/JPEG (max size - 50kb)


Format - JPG/JPEG (max size - 30kb)

Step - 4: Save and Preview application form

After filling the application form, candidates can take a preview of it. Candidates must check that all details are filled correctly. In the case of any error, candidates may modify the application. After reviewing the application form of AP PGLCET, it must be submitted by signing the declaration box and clicking on the submit button.

AP PGLCET Exam Centres 2021

The university conducts the AP PGLCET in 16 cities. Candidates are allowed to select the preferred test centre. The list of exam centres is given below.

AP PGLCET 2021 test centres

















AP PGLCET Admit Card 2021

Successfully registered candidates were issued an AP PGLCET 2021 admit card today, on September 17, 2021. The admit card was an important document for appearing in the examination. Candidates had to show the AP PGLCET admit card at the time of candidate verification at the test centre. Also, the admit card provides some vital information such as candidate’s roll number, application number, exam centre name and address, date and reporting time.To download the AP PGLCET admit card 2021, candidates had to visit the official admission portal of PG LCET; sche.ap.gov.in/lawcet and follow the steps mentioned below.

  • Open the home page of AP LAWCET 2021.

  • Click on the admit card link.

  • Enter your registration number, hall ticket number of the qualifying exam, date of birth.

  • Click on the download option, the admit card will be displayed and downloaded in PDF.

AP PGLCET Exam Pattern 2021

APSCHE notifies the exam pattern of AP PGLCET 2021 in online mode. The exam pattern highlights the framework of the test. Candidates must refer to the exam pattern of AP PGLCET to understand the test modalities. As per the AP PGLCET 2021 exam pattern, the test is conducted in online mode at various test centres across the state. Candidates are asked 120 objective type questions with 4 answer options. More details regarding the exam pattern of AP PGLCET 2021 are given below.

AP PGLCET exam pattern 2021

Exam mode


Type of test paper

Objective type

Exam duration

90 mins



Total number of questions


Marking scheme

1 mark for each question

Maximum marks


AP PGLCET 2021 - Minimum Qualifying Marks


Minimum Marks

Unreserved category

30 marks


No qualifying marks

AP PGLCET Syllabus 2021

APSCHE prescribes a syllabus for candidates appearing in AP PGLCET 2021. The questions are framed only from the given AP PGLCET syllabus, hence, it is important for the candidate to refer to the syllabus for preparation. The AP PGLCET is a post graduation entrance test and the questions are asked from the legal subjects of graduation level. The details of AP PGLCET syllabus 2021 are given below in a table.

AP PGLCET 2021 syllabus


Questions to be asked


Part A




Constitutional Law



Part B

Public international law



Mercantile law



Labour law



Crimes and Torts



IPR and other laws






AP PGLCET Exam Day Guidelines

Generally, the admit card of AP PGLCET contains the exam day instruction for the candidates. Candidates are advised to read the exam day instructions carefully before going to appear in the examination. Some of the important instructions are mentioned below.

  • Candidates must bring the AP PGLCET admit card along with an original and valid ID such as Aadhar Card, Voter ID or Passport.

  • Candidates must report at the examination centre at least half an hour before the commencement of the test.

  • Candidates must not carry any electronic gadgets such as calculators, mobile phones, watches etc. Candidates found in possession of prohibited items were either be allowed to deposit such items outside the examination or were not allowed to enter the exam hall.

  • It is also advised to the candidates to visit the exam centre location a day before the examination.