ULSAT is a competitive entrance examination conducted by UPSE (University of Petroleum and Energy Studies). The exam is a National Level entrance Examination. The examination is conducted every year. The ULSAT (UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test) is conducted in the month of May every year to select candidates for admission into different programmes offered by the university. The courses given by the university for the candidates are BA LLB, B.Com LLB, and BBA LLB. In this article you can read the complete details about the ULSAT 2018.
ULSAT 2018 Eligibility Criteria
The following are the eligibility criteria. Due the various courses offered by the university, there are different eligibility criteria’s.
- The candidates of 5 year integrated BA LLB(Hons) in Energy Law, BA LLB(Hons) in Corporate Law courses: The candidates are required to pass their 10+2 or higher secondary or equivalent examination with aggregate marks of 50% from a recognized educational board in subjects such as physics, chemistry, and mathematics.
- The Candidates applying for 6 year integrated B.Tech in Energy LLB(Hons) in Intellectual Property Rights or B.Tech CSE in LLB(Hons) in Cyber Law courses: They must score aggregate marks of 60% in 10+2 with mandatory subjects being Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognized educational board.
- All the Candidates must be from India.The students must satisfy the domicile requirements.
ULSAT Registration 2018
The ULSAT 2018 application form will be available from the official website of UPSE. The university probably will release the application form in the month of November 2017. The candidates have to fill all the important details like name, address, and other educational qualification. They have to attach the scanned photo and scanned signature along with the application form.
After the registration process, candidates have to pay the application fee. The ULSAT 2018 application fee can be paid through the credit card, debit card and net banking. The candidate s can also pay the fee through dd. The payable application fee by the applicants is RS. 1750.
ULSAT 2018 Exam Dates
Following table contains the details about important dates of the examination. The updates are based on the dates released by the officials.
|Release Of Notification||November 2016|
|Application Availability||November 2016 To November 2017|
|Booking Of Test Slot||3rd Week Of April 2018|
|Admit Card||May 2018|
|Online Exam Date||May 2018|
|Announcement Of Results||May 2018|
|Grp Discussion And Interview||2nd Week Of June 2018|
|Rank List||Last week of June 2018|
ULSAT 2018 Exam Pattern
The candidate must follow the exam pattern for writing the entrance exam. The exam pattern given here are on the basis of the exams conducted throughout the years by the exam conducting authorities:
|Type of Question||Marking Scheme||Duration||No. of Question|
|The question paper will contain objective type questions||There will be four options from which you have to choose only one option. For every correct option 1 mark will be given.||The duration of the exam is 3 hours.||Total 200 questions will be asked in the examination.|
PS: There will be no negative marking
ULSAT Preparation Tips
The candidates have to find out all the details about the officially prescribed syllabus for the examination. First of all prepare a time-table and then divide the time equally for all the subjects. Do not exclude any topic from the syllabus and always include every single topic of the syllabus in your preparations. Take the help from the best books. The study materials will be available in the internet or the market. Always Practice previous years question papers. Previous year sample papers will help you to know more about the exam pattern and it will be available from different sources. The source of sample question papers will be the internet. Most importantly while preparing for the examination take care of your health. Frequently Practice doing meditation and yoga it will help you concentrate more in your studies.
ULSAT 2018 Syllabus
The candidate must strictly follow the ULSAT syllabus. ULSAT 2018 will cover the topics of Language Comprehension, Quantitative, Numerical Ability, Logical Reasoning, Legal General Knowledge and Legal Aptitude.
ULSAT Admit Card 2018
The admit card for ULSAT 2018 will be released by the exam conducting authority in the official website of ULSAT. To access the admit card the applicant have enter their application no. on the website. It is compulsory to bring the hall ticket to the examination hall. If the candidate comes without he/ she will not be allowed to write the exam. The Hall Ticket contains various details like the candidates name, exam venue, exam date and the other important details.
ULSAT 2018 Result
The results will be published on the official website of the ULSAT. On the basis of marks scored by the candidate in the ULSAT 2018 Entrance examination they will be offered admission. The announcements of the results are in the month of May 2018. By entering the candidate’s enrollment no. or name you can check the results. The students must take a printout of the result. The print out of the mark list will be needed for further procedures.
ULSAT 2018 Admission
After publishing the result, the admission procedure will be conducted.The counselling for the candidates will start in the month after the declaration of the results. To participate for the counselling the candidate first has to register for the counselling on the official website of ULSAT 2018. According to their rank the candidate have fill in their choices of colleges and courses. After the allotment of the seat the candidate is required to report at the allotted college with all the needed documents and fees. During the document verification the candidate has to bring all the original copies of documents. The applicant will not be allowed to attend the institution if the requirements of the counselling are not fulfilled.80% of the seats in UPES Law programs are reserved for candidates opting to appear in ULSAT 2018 and the remaining 20% seats are reserved for admissions on the basis of Board Merit and CLAT/LSAT India score.