AILET – Dates, Eligibility, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Admission Process

National Law University (NLU), Delhi conducts the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) every year for candidates seeking admission to its B.A.LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M. and PhD programmes. This year, due to the COVID-19 disruption, the AILET schedule has seen some dramatic changes. Consequently, NLU Delhi has requested the National Testing Agency (NTA)  for the conduct of AILET 2020 as a Remote Proctored Test. 

NLU, Delhi has announced that the AILET 2020, which was scheduled to be conducted on 18th August 2020. will be postponed till further notice. AILET 2020 was previously scheduled to be conducted on August 18, 2020, from 11.00 AM to 12.30 PM, in the RPT (Remote Proctored Test) mode. Earlier, it used to be a pen & paper-based test. However, the duration of the test will remain unchanged i.e. 90 minutes. The AILET application form submission window was available from January 15 to July 7. Candidates will be notified regarding the official date of AILET 2020, atleast 10 days prior to the exam.

Candidates, who qualify AILET 2020, shall be issued admission letters in multiple rounds. Afterwards, they need to appear for AILET spot counselling at NLU, Delhi for document verification. Apart from NLU Delhi, there are other reputed law colleges/universities that offer admission on the basis of AILET scores of the candidates. However, candidates have to apply separately for other institutions (offering admissions on the basis of AILET scores) and go through their respective admission procedures. 

Important Update- NLU, Delhi has again postponed the official date of AILET 2020, till further notice. The exam was previously scheduled to be conducted on 18th August 2020 in the Remote Proctored Test mode. New exam date will soon be notified on the official website of NTA/NLU, Delhi.

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All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) – Highlights 

  1. For the first time, NTA will act as the conducting body of All India Law Entrance Test 
  2. AILET 2020 will be a Remote Proctored Test, unlike the previous years when it used to a pen & paper-based offline test
  3. A Remote Proctored Test method is a way of conducting a test online that enables examinees to take an assessment at a remote location without affecting the integrity of the exam. Candidates need to first confirm their identity to start their test. Also, the system monitors students through video throughout the exam to ensure a fair practice 
  4. The exam pattern of AILET 2020 has not witnessed any changes 
  5. Initially, the AILET application form was available until June 30. Later, NLU Delhi extended the last date of application form submission to July 7.
  6. NLU Delhi waived off the requirement to upload category/caste certificate during the application form submission of AILET 2020      
  7. Also, NLU Delhi has scrapped the 50% seat reservation for candidates with Delhi domicile status this year            

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) – Important Dates 

Candidates can check the event calendar of AILET 2020 to ensure they are well-aware of the specified deadlines defined for various events:

Schedule of AILET 2020 

Events Key Dates 
Official notification release  January 15, 2020
Application form submission schedule  January 15 – July 7, 2020 (Extended)
Exam centre modification window June 24 – June 30, 2020 (Declared)
Admit card release July 27, 2020 (Revised) 
AILET exam date 2020 Postponed till further notice
AILET (UG) result declaration  To be notified 
Admission letter issuance  To be notified
Admission fee deposit deadline  To be notified
Spot counselling schedule for vacant seats   To be notified
Admission closure  To be notified
Interview schedule for UG courses  To be notified
AILET LLM result announcement  To be notified
AILET PhD result declaration  To be notified

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) – Eligibility Criteria 

It is advised to get familiar with the eligibility criteria of AILET 2020 for different programmes before proceeding ahead with the application form submission. As per the orders of the Supreme Court of India in 2017, age restrictions have been completely removed for law programmes at any level.   

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Eligibility Criteria for BA LLB Programme

The eligibility criteria for the 5-year integrated BA LLB programme are as follows:


  • Indian citizens are eligible to apply for AILET 2020
  • Foreign nationals can also apply for NLU Delhi admission. However, they are exempted from attempting the All India Law Entrance Test.
  • Persons of India Origin (PIOs)/Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs) are eligible to apply either as Indian nationals or under foreign candidate category. However, candidates who belong to the PIO/OCI category and apply as Indian nationals need to qualify AILET 2020.    

Minimum Qualification 

  • Candidates must have passed class 12th with a minimum of 50% aggregate score in any stream. The minimum qualifying percentage for foreign nationals is 65%.
  • Candidates who are appearing for class 12th exam this year can also apply for AILET. However, they need to present their class 12th pass certificate within the BA LLB admission deadline of NLU Delhi.
  • Candidates with a compartment in class 12th will be ineligible for admission in that particular admission year    

Eligibility Criteria for LLM Programme


The nationality norms for LLM admission through AILET remain the same as that for  BA LLB programme.

Minimum Qualification

  • It is a must for all the candidates to possess a bachelor’s degree in law i.e. LLB to apply for LLM admissions
  • Candidates belonging to General Category must have scored at least 55% marks in their bachelor’s whereas the reserved categories need to have an LLB degree with at least 50% marks
  • Candidates with an LLB degree from a foreign university can also apply only if their institution is listed in the University Grants Commission (UGC)/Association of Indian Universities (AIU) records
  • Candidates appearing in the final year/awaiting results of LLB are also provisionally eligible for LLM admission at NLU Delhi

Eligibility Criteria for PhD Programme


Just like the other programmes, Indian nationals, as well as foreign nationals both, can apply for PhD admission at NLU Delhi. However, foreign candidates are exempted from taking AILET 2020. They just need to submit their research proposals.     

Eligibility of candidates from foreign universities/institutions having an MoU with NLU Delhi

Candidates currently studying in a foreign university/institute are eligible for pursuing PhD from NLU Delhi if the parent university has signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with NLUD. In such a case, one of the supervisors will be from NLU Delhi and one from the parent institution. The Vice-Chancellor of NLU Delhi holds the power to allow admission to such candidates. 

Minimum Qualification

Candidates must possess a master’s degree in law (LLM) with a minimum score of 55% or its equivalent in the UGC 7-point scale (50% for SC/ST/PwD candidates) to apply for NLU Delhi PhD admission. 


Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in law and a master’s degree in Social Science or Humanities with 55% marks or equivalent (50% for SC/ST/PwD candidates) are eligible to apply. However, such candidates will be granted PhD admission if their research area lays a special focus on Public Policy Law. 


Candidates who are holding a bachelor’s degree in law and have passed the Company Secretary (CS) Examination are eligible if they wish to pursue interfaces with any discipline of law.


Aspirants who are possessing a bachelor’s degree in law and have qualified the final examination of ICAI are eligible for PhD admission.


Judge of any State High Court in India with an experience of three years. Also, Judges of the Supreme Court of India are eligible to apply.


Faculty members of NLU Delhi can also apply for PhD admission at the university. However, such candidates have to coordinate their study with their teaching responsibilities at NLU Delhi. 

AILET – Application Form Submission 

Candidates need to follow the below-mentioned steps to submit the AILET application form:

All India Law Entrance Test 2020 Registration Process

Step 1 – Visit the official website of NLU Delhi at

Step 2 – Click on ‘Register for AILET 2020’ link 

Step 3 – Fill your basic details such as contact number, email ID, name, parents’ name, address and date of birth

Step 4 – Hit the ‘Login’ button. NLU Delhi will share your login credentials (application sequence number & password) on your registered email ID and contact number

All India Law Entrance Test 2020 Application Form Submission

After completing the registration for All India Law Entrance Test, applicants can access the AILET dashboard using their credentials to fill the remaining sections. The steps involved in further application form filling and submission process are as follows: 

Step 1 – Select the law course you’re aspiring for – BA LLB (Hons.), LLM, or PhD using the dropdown menu 

Step 2 – Fill your details like category, nationality, correspondence & permanent address, educational qualification details, exam centre preferences, parents/guardians details, etc.

Step 3 – Upload your photograph (in colour) and signature in JPG/BMP/GIF format. The file size should not exceed 150 KB for each document. 

Step 4 – The last step is the payment of AILET application fee which is Rs 3050 for unreserved category and Rs 1050 for candidates hailing from SC/ST/PwD categories. The SC/ST/PwD applicants falling under the BPL (Below Poverty Line) section don’t need to pay any application fee. 

Note – Applicants can pay the AILET application fee using either the online or offline modes of payment. Net Banking, Debit Cards and Credit Cards are acceptable for online fee payment. Candidates going for offline mode need to click on ‘Cash Deposit at Post’ during the application fee payment process. After selecting the nearest post office branch and city, a challan is generated. Candidates must then pay the fee at their selected branch within the 48 hours of challan generation.      

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) – Admit Card

Admit card for All India Law Entrance Test shall be made available online on the website of NLU, Delhi from July 27 to August 18. It is advised to download your AILET hall ticket well before the examination date to reserve ample time for error rectification (in case any of your details are misprinted on the admit card). Follow the below-stated process to download your AILET admit card:

Step 1: Go to the official NLU Delhi website (

Step 2: Click on the link ‘AILET Admit Card 2020’

Step 3: You will see two login options to download the hall ticket 

  • Using AILET Application Number and your Date of Birth 
  • Using your Name (exactly as in AILET application form) and Date of Birth

Step 4: After choosing an option and filling in the required details, hit ‘Submit’ and your hall ticket will appear on the screen

Step 5: Take at least 2-3 printouts of your admit card

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) – Exam Pattern 

Get all the information about All India Law Entrance Test exam pattern 2020 with the help of the below table:

Exam Pattern of AILET 2020 for BA LLB, LLM and PhD Programmes

Parameters BA LLB LLM PhD
Mode of Exam Remote Proctored Test  Remote Proctored Test Remote Proctored Test
Duration of Exam 90 Minutes  90 Minutes 90 Minutes
Number of Questions 150  150 100
Nature of Questions  Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Maximum Marks  150 150 100
Marking Scheme
  • +1 for right answer 
  • – 0.25 for wrong answer 
  • No marks for unattempted questions
  • +1 for right answer 
  • – 0.25 for wrong answer
  • No marks for unattempted questions
  • +1 for right answer 
  • – 0.25 for wrong answer
  • No marks for unattempted questions

AILET 2020 Sectional Weightage for BA LLB Candidates

Subjects   Number of Questions Number of Marks 
English  35 35
General Knowledge  35 35
Legal Aptitude  35 35
Reasoning  35 35
Elementary Mathematics  10 10

AILET 2020 Sectional Weightage for LLM Candidates

The AILET LLM question paper comprises 150 multiple choice questions from the following subjects: 

  1. Criminal Law 
  2. Constitutional Law 
  3. Law of Contract 
  4. Jurisprudence 
  5. Law of Tort
  6. International Law

NLU, Delhi hasn’t prescribed any sectional breakup of questions or marks in AILET 2020 for the LLM candidates.  Hence, each of the subjects stated above is equally important from the viewpoint of AILET LLM preparation. 

AILET 2020 Sectional Weightage for PhD Candidates

As per the All India Law Entrance Test exam pattern, there shall be 100 questions (MCQs) in AILET PhD question paper. 50% of these questions belong to Research Methodology and rest 50% are from varied topics.  

Sectional Weightage for AILET PhD Aspirants 

Subjects Weightage 
Research Methodology* 50% i.e. 50 marks 
Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Law of Contract, Jurisprudence, Law of Tort and International Law 50% i.e. 50 marks 

*Candidates seeking admission in a PhD programme need to submit their research proposals. The research methodology marks shall be given on the basis of:

  • Title
  • Statement of problem and background information on the subject
  • Research questions, hypothesis, and methodology
  • Research design 

Click here to check the official guidelines regarding the AILET Remote Proctored Test (RPT).         

AILET – Syllabus 

Along with the exam pattern, getting acquainted with the syllabus All India Law Entrance Test helps candidates in devising a holistic preparation plan. NLU, Delhi has prescribed syllabus for AILET LLB comprehensively whereas the AILET LLM and PHD syllabus is confined to legal subjects (stated within the exam pattern section above). 


Sections  Topics
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Inference-based questions
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Word Usage
  • Foreign Words/Phrase
  • Para Jumbles
General Knowledge 
  • International Events
  • UN Bodies
  • Major Developments (Geopolitics and Environmental Agreements)
  • Current Affairs
  • Eminent Personalities
  • Sports
  • Awards and Honours
Legal Aptitude 
  • Torts
  • Vicarious Liability
  • Strict Liability
  • Law of Crimes
  • Contracts and Constitutional Law
  • International Law
  • Intellectual Property Rights 
  • Legal Awareness (Constitutional Law and Polity)
  • Series
  • Blood Relations
  • Directions
  • Critical Reasoning 
  • Syllogism
  • Analogy
Elementary Mathematics 
  • Average 
  • Numbers
  • Algebra 
  • Geometry 
  • Probability
  • Quadratic Equations 
  • Arithmetic Progression/Geometric Progression

AILET Question Papers (Previous Years’)

Referring to the previous years’ question papers of AILET is a conventional yet very effective way of preparation. Candidates can download these previous years’ question papers in PDF format with the help of links mentioned in the table below. 

AILET BA LLB Question Papers

Year 2019 2018 2017
Download Link Click Here  Click Here Click Here

AILET LLM Question Papers

Year 2019 2018 2017
Download Link Click Here  Click Here Click Here

AILET PhD Question Papers 

Year 2019 2018 2017
Download Link Click Here  Click Here Click Here

AILET – Answer Key 

NLU, Delhi releases the provisional answer key a few days after the conduct of All India Law Entrance Test. Hence, AILET answer key 2020 is expected to be released in August itself. Candidates can raise objections against the provisional answer key within a specific time (yet to be announced). After consideration of the challenges filed by the examinees, the conducting body will release a final answer key. Using the AILET answer key, response sheet, and marking scheme, candidates can estimate their probable AILET score well before the result declaration.

Steps to Download AILET Answer Key 2020 

Step 1 – Visit the official website of NLU Delhi, i.e.

Step 2 – Click on ‘AILET Admissions 2020’ available at the homepage

Step 3 – The direct pdf link for the AILET answer key shall be available on the appearing screen as per the schedule

Step 4 – Download the answer key PDF to further use the same for evaluating your probable score

AILET – Result Declaration

National Law University (NLU), Delhi releases the AILET result in online mode separately for candidates seeking admission in BA LLB, LLM, and PhD programmes. NTA, on behalf of NLU Delhi, will conduct the AILET 2020 as a Remote Proctored Test (RPT). The AILET 2020 stands postponed till further notice, thus the official date of Result will also be shortly announced by the governing body of the exam.

Candidates can follow the below steps to check their All India Law Entrance Test result:

Step 1 – Visit the official website of NLU Delhi, i.e.

Step 2 – Click on the ‘AILET Result 2020’ link

Step 3 – You will find the category-wise, roll number-wise and marks-wise lists. Click on the relevant list

Step 4 – Press ‘ctrl+f’ on the system keyboard and enter your name/roll number in the search tab

Step 5 – Your marks will appear against the details of the examinees 

AILET – Cutoff 

After the result declaration, NLU, Delhi will release the category-wise AILET cutoff. It is mandatory for the candidates to qualify as per  the cutoff score in order to get their names shortlisted for counselling. The factors like number of examinees, the difficulty level of the exam, seats available across the courses, etc. helps in determining the cutoff each year. Refer to the previous year’s AILET cutoff to get an idea about the trends of the cutoff score.   

AILET Cut Off 2019

Category  AILET UG Cutoff (Out of 150 marks)  AILET PG Cutoff (Out of 150 marks)
General 72.25 57.25
Scheduled Tribe 50 28
Scheduled Caste 49.75 36.5
Kashmiri Migrants 48.25 11.75
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir 51.25 – 
Persons with Disability 35.25 26

AILET – Merit List & Waitlist 

After determining the All India Law Entrance Test cutoff list, NLU Delhi releases a merit list and waitlist in order to shortlist the candidates for the counselling process. Candidates who secure their names in the merit list are invited to attend the AILET counselling. On the other hand, the names listed in the waitlist are considered if the seats remain vacant after the admissions of candidates having their names in the merit list. NLU Delhi considers multiple factors for the preparation of merit list, namely:

  1. Cutoff marks
  2. Performance of candidate
  3. Seat matrix
  4. Reservation policy

How to break a tie in the AILET merit list?  

In case two or more candidates score the same marks in the All India Law Entrance Test, NLU Delhi defines specific criteria to break the tie between/amongst candidates. The tie-breaking criteria for AILET UG 2020 are as follows:

  1. Candidate with a better score in class 12th exam will be preferred over others 
  2. In case both the contenders hold equal marks in class 12th, better performer in class 10th exam is given preference   
  3. If the tie still exists, the candidates older than the others will be given preference in the merit list

For breaking a tie in case of LL.M and PhD courses, the marks in the qualifying examination are considered. Candidates with a better score are preferred over the others.

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AILET – Counselling & Seat Allotment 

Candidates who secure a place in the AILET merit list are marked eligible to participate in the counselling and the seat allotment process. NLU, Delhi conducts All India Law Entrance Test counselling to allot the seats to candidates after verifying their documents. Hence, candidates are advised to report at their respective counselling venues on time with their original documents. Afterwards, the conducting authority issues a provisional seat allotment letter to candidates. Also, candidates need to submit a demand draft (in favour of National Law University, New Delhi) of Rs, 50,000 at counselling venue. 

Note – The amount of Rs 50,000 submitted through a DD is adjusted into the balance fee to be paid for admission.          

Documents to be verified at AILET counselling venue 

  1. AILET call letter
  2. AILET admit card
  3. AILET scorecard
  4. Class 10 certificate or Birth certificate (as a proof of date of birth)
  5. Class 12 certificates and mark sheets
  6. Graduation and LLB mark sheet (applicable for admission to LLM and PhD programmes)
  7. LL.M degree qualifying certificate/mark sheets (applicable for admission to PhD Programme)
  8. Research Proposal (for PhD programme admission only)
  9. Character Certificate
  10. Category certificate to claim any reservation against the same
  11. Transfer certificate/Migration certificate 
  12. Passport size photographs
  13. A Demand Draft of Rs. 50,000 drawn in favour of ‘The Registrar, National Law University Delhi’ payable at New Delhi 

AILET – Seat Matrix & Reservation Scheme  

Candidates can check the table below to know the revised seat matrix for B.A.LL.B, LL.M and PhD courses at NLUD.

Seat Intake through AILET 2020 in NLU Delhi

Category Reservation Seats for B.A. LL.B Seats for LL.M  Seats for PhD*
General 50 30 8
Scheduled Caste (SC) 15% 16 10
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 7.5% 8 6
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 22% 24 16
Economically Weaker Section (EwS) 10% 12 8
Supernumerary Seats (Kashmiri Migrants) 1 seat 1 1
Residents of J & K 2 seats in B.A. LL.B 2
Foreign Nationals 50% for OCI/ PIO and 50% for foreign Nationals 10  10 
Total 123 81

Note – Other than the above reservation policy, NLU Delhi will also have a horizontal reservation of 5% in each category for PwD candidates in all the courses. Also, only for the B.A. LL.B programme, female candidates too will have an entitlement to a horizontal reservation of 30%.

*The seat intake capacity for the PhD programmes may increase up to 25% if the faculty members of NLU Delhi apply for the programme. 

AILET – Fee Structure at NLU Delhi

It is imperative to know about the course-wise fee structure defined by NLU Delhi. 

NLU Delhi Fee Structure for B.A. LL.B

Fee Components Amount 
Tuition Fee INR 85,000.00 p.a.
USD 10,000 for Non SAARC Countries
USD 5,000 for SAARC Countries
Campus Development Fund Fee INR 5,000 (One time)
Admission Fee INR 2,500 (One time)
Student Welfare Fund INR 2,500 p.a.
SBC Fund INR 2,500 p.a.
Examination Fee INR 3,000 p.a.
Reading Material Fee INR 2,500 p.a.
Library Fee INR 2,500 p.a.
Internet Fee INR 5,000 p.a.
Electricity Charges INR 12,000 p.a.
Sports and Games Facilities Fee INR 3,000 p.a.
Journals Fee INR 2,500 p.a.
Moot Courts / Seminars / Workshops, etc. fund INR 5,000 p.a.
Room Rent (For Hostel) INR 18,000 p.a.
Hostel Facilities (For Hostel) INR 20,000 p.a.
*Library Deposit INR 5,000 (One time) 
*Hostel Deposit (For Hostel) INR 5,000 (One time)
*Mess Deposit (For Hostel) INR 5,000 (One time)
Total INR 1,86,000

NLU Delhi Fee Structure for LL.M

Particulars NLU Delhi Fees
Tuition Fee INR 1,00,000
Campus Development Fund Fee INR 3,000 (One time)
Admission Fee INR 1,000 (One time)
Examination Fee INR 3,000
Library Fee INR 3,000
Internet Fee INR 8,000
Electricity Charges INR 12,000
Sports and Games Facilities Fee INR 3,000
Journals Fee INR 2,000
Dissertation  Fee INR 1,000
Room Rent (For Hostel) INR 18,000
Hostel Facilities (For Hostel) INR 20,000
*Library Deposit INR 3,000
*Hostel Deposit (For Hostel) INR 5,000
*Mess Deposit (For Hostel) INR 3,000
Total INR 1,85,000

NLU Delhi Fee Structure for PhD

Particulars NLU Delhi Fees
Registration Fee (One Time) INR 50,000
Continuation Fee (from 2nd Year onward p.a.) INR 30,000
Examination Fee (One Time) INR 20,000
*Refundable Security Deposit (One Time) INR 15,000
Room Rent p.a. INR 18,000
Hostel Facilities p.a. INR 20,000
*Library Deposit INR 3,000
*Hostel Deposit INR 5,000
*Mess Deposit INR 3,000
Total INR 1,64,000

The asterisks (*) in fee tables represent the fee components that shall be charged only once during the entire course duration. 

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List of Colleges accepting AILET Score 

Apart from NLU, Delhi, there are various other esteemed institutions across India that offer admission on the basis of All India Law Entrance Test scores of candidates.

Colleges that accept AILET Score 

Name of the Institution Location 
National Law University Delhi
The Northcap University Gurugram, Haryana 
Ansal University  Gurugram, Haryana 
SAGE University  Indore, Madhya Pradesh 
Vishwakarma University Pune, Maharashtra 
Jagannath University  Jhajjar, Haryana 
Xavier Law School Bhubaneswar, Odisha 
SS Khanna Girls Degree College  Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh 

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) – FAQs

✔️ Who will conduct the AILET 2020.

National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the All India Law Entrance Test 2020 for the very first time. Till now, the National Law University (NLU), Delhi conducted AILET.

✔️ Is there any change in the exam pattern of AILET 2020?

Taking the safety of the candidates into account amid COVID-19 pandemic, the AILET 2020 shall be conducted as a ‘Remote Proctored Test (RPT)’. Earlier, it used to be a pen paper-based test. This is the only change in the All India Law Entrance Test exam pattern this year.

✔️ What is the duration of BA LLB programme at NLU, Delhi?

The BA LLB programme offered by NLU, Delhi is an integrated 5-year programme. Apart from a law degree, students are conferred with a BA (Bachelor of Arts) degree also after completion of this programme.

✔️ I am a Delhi resident. Will I get any reservation in NLU, Delhi through AILET 2020?

Until last year, 50% seats were reserved for the candidates with Delhi domicile status. This year, NLU-D has decided to scrap this reservation for Delhi residents. So you would not be getting any reservation benefits under this category.

✔️ When will the admit card of AILET 2020 be released?

NTA shall make admit cards of AILET 2020 available on the website of NLU, Delhi ( from July 27 onwards (Postponed till futher notice). Candidates can download the AILET hall tickets until the exam date. However, it is suggested to download your AILET call letter as soon as it releases on the website to save the scope for any error rectification (if occurs).

✔️ How many seats are available at NLU, Delhi for BA LLB programme?

NLU, Delhi has a seat intake capacity of 123 seats under BA LLB admissions. The total seats are divided among the reserved and unreserved categories as per the reservation scheme (based on government directives) defined by the conducting body.

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