National Law School of India University based in Bangalore, was the first ever national law school established in India. It is one of the most prestigious university in the country and also sponsored by Bar Council of India.
NLSIU offers Undergraduate integrated and Post graduate program in the field of Law i.e. BA.LLB (Hons.) and LLM (masters of law) on its campus for the duration of 5 years and 1 year respectively. The university follows Trimester (3) system for its programs.
Admissions in the UG program is based on the national level entrance exam conducted for law admissions which is CLAT (Common Law Entrance Test) 2020. While the admissions in the PG program is based on the merit list and scores of the qualifying exam.
Foreign national admission seekers or NRI’s are directly admitted to the university based on their scores of the qualifying examinations. They are exempted from entrance test and can directly apply at University following the criteria.
Candidates applying for CLAT will be charged an application fees of INR 4000/- for general category and INR 3500/- for SC/ST candidates which is to be paid online through the payment gateway on the website of CLAT.
University admissions will tends to be open in the month of June just after the exam of CLAT which is held in the month of May every year.
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BA.LLB (Hons.) (5 years)
Admissions in the university’s UG programs is based on the rank list prepared by the conducting body of CLAT on the website of CLAT according to the preferences of the students.
In case of Tie breaking for UG/PG programs,
Admissions in the PG program is also based on the rank list prepared by the CLAT examination followed by personal interview.
University have an intake of 80 seats in the UG program and 50 seats in PG program, reserved under various categories according to the policies framed by the National Government.
CLAT examination will be an objective based questions examination which is conducted for the duration of 2 hours and carries 200 marks in total. The syllabus of the exam is to the level extent of 10+2. 150 question for PG program.
The examination is divided into 5 categories having unequal weightage i.e.
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