Maharashtra Government to facilitate admission process for law courses through CET
Common Entrance Test (CET) will conducted by the State Government of Maharashtra to facilitate admission process to the various three year and five year law courses in offered in numerous autonomous and government institutes in Maharashtra for the academic session 2016-2017. The layout of rules and regulation for the centralized admission process is being prepared by The Department of Higher Education.
The Department of Higher Education has collected all the information related to subsidiary and non-subsidiary courses from the law colleges. This data will help in allotment of seats in government and non-government law institutes.
Professionals from this field have also welcomed the decision made by the Maharashtra government. A legal official said, "The fees structure at unaided law colleges is likely to undergo a significant change in view of the government's decision. So far, unaided colleges were bound by the fees structure determined by the concerned state university. The same was far less than the college's actual requirement to meet even the basic expenses to break even.”