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Fees is pretty high which would not be feasible for most of the people. Being a government college, its very unusual to have a fees like that. The total fees amounts to somewhat nearly 2 lakhs every year. There is transparency in the fee breakdown.
It is good. It's very hectic and highly work Oriented. One area in which the university could do better would be to increase the practical approach they have in studies. That is perhaps a problem with educational institutions all accorss the country.
The fee costs around 190000/Year. The College accepts NEFT and cash transfers. It also has a portal where fees can be deposited. There is no other charges that has to be deposited. Also, the fee breakdown is transparent as it is a public funded university.
The curriculum is divided in social sciences and Law. The first and second years has to study mainly social sciences subjects like English, Economics, Sociology, History and Political science. Apart from that, papers on Constitutional Law, Administrative law, Law of torts, Labour law, Business law, Environmental law etc subjects has to be studied.
The fees is a bit expensive. As it is in all other NLUs. It is 2 lakhs 19 thousand for the first year and one. Lakh eighty one thousand 500 for the rest of the rest of the years. A detailed fee structure has been given below: Admission Fee 5000 One Time Examination Fee 6000 Per Annum Tuition Fee 75000 Per Annum Student Bar Association Fee 2500 One Time Journals Fee 2500 Per Annum Campus Development Fee 5000 Per Annum Moot Court Fee 5000 Per Annum Library Fee 5000 Per Annum Internet Services Charges 8000 Per Annum Internship Placement Fee 5000 Per Annum Student Welfare Fund 5000 Per Annum Hostel Rent and Amenities Fee 30000 Per Annum Fee Structure for LL.M. One year’s Course: Admission Fee 5000 One Time Term Papers and Dissertation Fee 5000 Per Annum Examinations Fee 4000 Per Annum Campus Development Fee 5000 Per Annum Tuition Fee 50000 Per Annum Library Fee 5000 Per Annum Internet Services Charges 8000 Per Annum Internship / Placement Fee 5000 Per Annum Journals Fee 2500 Per Annum Student Welfare Fund 5000 Per Annum Hostel Rent and Amenities Fee 30000 Per Annum
The Course Curriculum is a bit hectic. Each Semester consist of 6 papers. The marks for each subjects are divided as follows: 20 marks for mid sem 20 marks for projects/assignment 5 marks for viva/presentation 5 marks for attendance 50 marks for end sem To pass the paper one should get a minimum of 50 marks. The attendance should also be above 75%
The fees for the first year is ?2,15,000 and from the next year onwards it is ?1,76,500. Though the fees is pricy and may seem more than what a few other NLUs charge, it is only feasible according to the rates of commodities in the NE (which according to my observation is more than mainstream India).
The course covers all necessary law subjects. The most important thing is that it includes basic subjects like legal methodology right in the first semester so that students can write research papers on their own. Even the variety of specialisation subjects from the 4th year is diverse hence there are a lot of options.
Everything right now at NLU, Assam is great. Although there were problems at the inception but it needs to be taken into consideration that Rome wasn't built in a day and the best fruit takes the longest time to reap.
On June 29, 2020, CLAT Consortium of National Law University (NLU) conducted a meeting to finalize the dates for CLAT, this year. As of now, Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020 has been deferred and scheduled to be held on August 22. The registration process is open fro
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Merit is one of the most important factors that became instrumental in making me go fir this university and besides that Northeast of India is the place to be due to rich diversity that must be embraced.by Tushar Arora
Good, we have a long way to go. We were recently declared as the 16th best Law college in the country via NIRF.by Nishkarsh Kothari
NLUJAA is one of the finest universities of North East India in terms of law. The administration is friendly and cooperative.by Susmit Isfaq