The candidate needs to appear for the CLAT, then if qualified and based on the all India rank list of CLAT the college shortlist it's eligible candidatesAdmissions to Undergraduate and postgraduate courses is made on the basis of merit as assessed through Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Prior to 2008, admissions were conducted through National Entrance Tests which was replaced by CLAT as per the Supreme Court of India's directives. Admissions to the Ph.D. Programme is conducted separately by the University. Students belonging to the state domicile Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Class, and PWD and minorities are provided with scholarships by the state governmentHNLU conducted the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) in 2013. CLAT is conducted for conducted for admission into various academic programmes (LLB and LLM) of the 14 National Law Universities (NLUs) in India. The 2013 edition of CLAT saw 29,500 test takers. Initially, HNLU rejected 1,317 out of 29,500 application forms that were "incomplete or filled improperly", but on 23 April notified on its website that "on the basis of requests made by applicants and their parents" it would allow rejected applicants to apply again on a "provisional basis".
The college is doing good in curriculum and non-curriculum activity as wells as in placements