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Himachal Pradesh National Law University is offering undergraduate courses (B.A.LL.B., B.B.A.LL.B.), postgraduate courses (LL.M.) and doctoral courses (Ph.D.) to the students. Admission to these courses is given on the basis of merit in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). The admission procedure of these courses is mentioned below.
For Undergraduate Courses:
For B.A.LL.B., B.B.A.LL.B.:
Candidates should have passed 10+2 examination with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks from the recognised education board.
Candidates have to appear for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).
Candidates can fill an application form on HPNLU website.
Admission will be based on merit in an entrance examination, seat allocation, documentation and fee payment.
For Postgraduate Courses:
Students should have an LL.B. degree with at least 55% aggregate marks.
Students have to appear for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).
Students can apply for admission on the Himachal Pradesh National Law University website.
Final admission will be offered on the basis of the students academic records, performance in an entrance examination, seat allotment, document verification and fee payment.
For Doctoral Courses:
Aspirants can fill an application form on HPNLU website.
Aspirants have to appear for the Himachal Pradesh National Law Entrance Test (HPNLET) conducted by HPNLU.
Admission will be based on aspirants performance in the entrance examination, seat allotment, documentation and fee payment.
From the view of academics the college is very good as the faculty members are serious about completing the course and go through the depth of course. As the course is updated at the end of every year.
You haven't mentioned whether your query us regarding UG or PG course. As per the information available in your profile we consider that you are seeking admission in to UG course. The cut off in 2019 in round 3 for general category was as follows
Looking at the cut off it is very difficult to get seat in these NLUs considering your rank. However, cut off is subjected to change depending on number of candidates appeared, difficulty of the exam and number of seats available for admission etc.
To know the possible colleges in which you may get seat you can use our CLAT college predictor
Going by reputation, Miranda House is more reputable than HPNLU, Shimla which is a lower ranked NLU.
However, HPNLU will probably give you better employment opportunities through BALLB which has better placement opportunities than a sociology (Hons) degree.
Since you have applied for upgradation option in the counselling, if you get a better ranked NLU then you should definitely go for it.
Best of luck!
With the score you're mentioning you'll get a rank somewhere near 10000-15000. So in general category you can definitely expect NLUs Shimla and Jabalpur. In general category they require a rank below 10000 in general category and also they have some seats reserved for the people belonging from the respective states so if you belong to those states you can definitely expect or else it would be a little difficult. But don't loose hope since you've a decent score.
All the very best