Tamil Nadu National Law School (TNNLS) Admission 2021: Cut Off, Application process

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Tamil Nadu National Law School (TNNLS) is one of the elite institutions counted amongst the group of top law colleges in the country. Undergraduate integrated programmes such as BA.LLB and B.Com LLB are offered by this university. Tamil Nadu National Law School (TNNLS) started in 2013, situated on a 25 acre residential campus in Navalurkuttappattu, and is the first of its kind national level legal institution situated in the state of Karnataka.

  • Applications for CLAT (for undergraduate courses) are available, starting from the month of December.
  • The selection process to the undergraduate LLB programmes is done on the basis of merit in the Common Law Aptitude Test (CLAT) held across the country.
  • Reservation is in accordance with the regulations of the Government of India.
  • The courses are 5 year integrated courses, enabling selected candidates to obtain two degrees at the successful completion of the course.

Tamil Nadu National Law School (TNNLS) Admission Highlights

Name of the University   Tamil Nadu National Law School (TNNLS)  
University Type   Government  
Basic Admission Criteria   Entrance based  
Application Mode   Online  
Name of Entrance Examination   CLAT  
Counselling   Yes  
Counselling Date   Announced at time of merit list  
Scholarship   Selected cases  

Important Dates

EVENTDATE
Admission Start Date for CLATJan 1, 2021 - Mar 30, 2021
Entrance DateMay 13, 2021

Tamil Nadu National Law School (TNNLS) BA.LLB and B.Com-LLB Admission 2021

The University offers undergraduate double major (integrated) law programmes, namely BA.LLB and B.Com LLB. In accordance with the functioning of all National Law Schools in the country, the selection process consists of marks secured in the Common Law Aptitude Test (CLAT). Merit list is prepared based on the performance in the examination, following the merit-cum-preference system for CLAT candidates across the country.

The details of the CLAT examination are as follows:

  • The test consists of a 200 mark multiple choice question paper, for a duration of 2 hours.
  • One mark is awarded for every correct answer.
  • 0.25 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.

The paper is divided into five sections - English with comprehension accounts for 40 marks, General Knowledge and Current Affairs accounts for 50 marks, Numerical Ability for 20 marks, Legal Aptitude for 50 marks, and Logical Reasoning for 40 marks.

Course

Specialisation

Eligibility

Selection Process

L.L.B. Integrated

BA – LLB

Candidates must have passed the 10+2 level examination from a recognized board, i.e. CBSE / ISC / State Board or the equivalent, with a minimum of 45% marks scored. They must be below the age of 20 (for unreserved categories) and below the age of 22 for reserved categories. Valid registration to CLAT examination is required.

Performance in the CLAT examination conducted annually by the National Law Universities of India

B.Com – LLB

For admission to Tamil Nadu National Law School, candidates must apply and register themselves for the CLAT examination. While registering, candidates must enter Tamil Nadu National Law School under their preferences in order to be considered for admission.

  • The minimum required eligibility to apply for these programmes is a pass at the 10+2 level with a minimum of 45% marks, and a valid CLAT score.
  • The upper age limit is 20 years for unreserved categories, and 22 years for reserved categories.
  • Once selected, candidates must provide all relevant documents for verification, and pay the required amount of fees as stipulated by the university.

Tamil Nadu National Law School (TNNLS) Application Process 2021

In order to apply for admission to Tamil Nadu National Law School, candidates must state it as their preference while registering for the CLAT examination. The breakdown of the application process is as follows:

  • Candidates should log on to the official CLAT website
  • Click on the ‘Apply Online’ tab, which will redirect the applicant to a page run by the respective National Law University responsible for conducting the CLAT examination of the year.
  • Read all instructions given carefully before going to the ‘Register Online’ tab.
  • Fill in all details required in the form, and confirm every entry before proceeding to submit the application.
  • In the preference section, choose ‘Tamil Nadu National Law School’ as the higher preference choice.
  • Payment of the application fee can be done through online transactions as directed by the website.
  • Admit cards for the examination will be issued after the closure of applications, subject to successful submission of the application form and fulfillment of eligibility criteria.
  • The form costs Rs.4000 for unreserved categories, and Rs.3500 for reserved categories.

TNNLU, Tiruchirappalli Fees & Eligibility

CourseFeesEligibility
L.L.M77,000 (Total Fees) L.L.B.
BALLB {Hons.}1.26 Lakhs (1st Year Fees) 10+2 with 45% + CLAT
B.Com + L.L.B {Hons.1.26 Lakhs (1st Year Fees) 10+2 with 45% + CLAT
COURSEADMISSION LINK
BALLB Hons.
Admission Link

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I opted this course because of my interest in the field of law. The process of admission starts from the preference of colleges that are given while appearing for the entrance exam - Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Depending on the AIR secured by a candidate, the admission is granted into the university. This university is the only available national level law college that is instituted in Tamil Nadu. I chose this because of this. The admission begins around june first week and it is Spontaneous and easy to complete.

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The college management is effective and is working hard to develop this young college. They are friendly to the students too. Easily approachable.

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A student needs to clear his higher secondary or equivalent examination from a recognized institute with 45% aggregate. Only then he'll be eligible to sit in common law admission test (CLAT) whose scores determine the final selection.

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The minimum eligibility is to have a degree in LLB or an equivalent exam with an aggregate of 55%. Then, you'll have to clear common admission law test (CLAT) in order to finally qualify for the admission to this course.

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