MAH LAW CET 2023 First Round Allotment Out

# Jul 12, 2023 by Harshita Nandal

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MAH LAW CET 2023 First Round Allotment Out

The State CET Cell, Maharashtra is currently conducting MH CET Law 2023 counselling for 5-year LLB and 3-year LLB courses. It has published the seat allotment for the round 1 counselling on July 10. Allotted candidates can download the provisional allotment letter through their login. Further, the registration window for MH CET 3-year LLB has been extended till July 20, 2023 for MS/OMS candidates and till July 31, 2023 for NRI/OCI candidates following which e-scrutiny of documents will be conducted

How to register for MHCET Law Counselling 2023?

  • Candidates need to register online on the official website of CET Cell Maharastra as under:
  • Candidates need to visit the official website -  and click on CAP website link -
  • Register as a new candidate by filling the required details for MH CET Law counselling process
  • Upload documents related to the academic and category on the website only
  • Next, fill the choice of colleges from the given list as per your preference and pay the counselling fee INR 5000
  • Provisional allotment list is published by the examination authority on the official website based on the preferences given by candidates.

What is Option Entry Process?

During the counselling process, candidates before accepting their seats have the option to ‘Freeze’ or ‘Float’ their choices.

Float option - If candidates are not satisfied with the allotted colleges, they can choose the ‘Float’ option. Candidates exercising this option are eligible for appearing in the subsequent counselling rounds. In case they are not offered seats, they can choose the previously allotted college. 

Freeze option - Candidates can exercise ‘Freeze’ option to confirm their allotment and if they do not want to participate in the further counselling rounds. They will accept the allotted college and pay the admission fee. Such candidates will not be considered for further counselling rounds.

The counselling process of MH CET Law 2023 is carried out through Centralized Admission Process (CAP), in multiple rounds. The CAP rounds are held after the conclusion of the MH CET Law 2023 exam. Candidates with a valid MH CET Law result 2023 can register for counselling and seat allotment

On the basis of the merit list, authorities have released the CAP round 1 MH CET Law seat allotment for round 1. The seat allotment of MH CET Law llb 3 years and 5 years CAP rounds 2023 is done on the basis of merit cum preference. Candidates willing to accept the seat will have to pay a seat acceptance fee of Rs. 1000 through candidate login. While accepting the seats, candidates can select either "Freeze" or "Betterment" option. If a candidate has been allotted the first preference, then the candidate must choose Freeze. In case a candidate does not get the first preference, then the candidate can accept the seat and choose "Betterment" and still participate in the subsequent rounds of counselling. The MH CET Law seat allocation list will comprise of the following details:

  • Name of the allotted candidate
  • Merit number
  • Form No.
  • Gender of the candidate
  • Student category and quota
  • CET mark
  • Allotted category, type and preference number
  • College name and code
  • Second round of MH CET Law 2023 Seat Allotment

After the first round of seat allotment has been concluded, the CET cell will publish the list of vacant seats for admission. However, there are some rules for admission in the second round. The details are as follows:

  • Candidates allotted seats in the first round of counselling cannot take part in the second round
  • Candidates allotted seats in the first round can either accept the seats or participate in the next round by choosing the Freeze and Betterment option respectively as given above
  • Candidates who have not attended the counselling before can attend the second round of counselling.
  • The remaining procedure of counselling in round 2 is similar to round 1.

About Author

Harshita Nandal
Harshita Nandal

Harshita Nandal has worked as a Creative head in Mitrakshar, University of Delhi. She has done her Graduation from the University of Delhi in English Honours. In her free time, she prefers to play the guitar, take short walks in between work and loves to watch Korean dramas. Currently, she is an author at Educere India to fulfil the desire of her passion for writing.