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The university offers admission to undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes. B.A. L.L.B, L.L.M and Ph.D. Law are offered National Law University Nagpur admissions. MNLU Nagpur admission is entirely entrance based. According to the National Law University Nagpur UG admission process, eligible students need to appear for CLAT followed by counselling. Candidates desirous of taking admission to L.L.M at National Law University Nagpur need to sit for CLAT PG. For National Law University Nagpur Ph.D. admissions, applicants need to sit for an All India Entrance Test (AIET). All the candidates who have applied for Ph.D. programme shall appear for the All India Entrance Test except those who have qualified UGC NET, JRF, CSIR, SLET, GATE, M.Phil., a judge who has served for a minimum of three years as a Judge of High Court in India or Judge of the Supreme Court of India, as per these regulations. Further, AIET qualified candidates are required to attend an interaction with the Research Committee on their preliminary proposal of research.
Step 1- Visit the official website of CLAT- consortiumofnlus.ac.
Step 2- On the home page, candidates must click on the “click here” to see/open the login panel.
Step 3- Fill the registration form, enter the details asked in the form.
Step 3- An OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number for verification purposes.
Step 4- Fill the application form.
Step 5- Take a printout of the same for future reference.
The university offers B.A. L.L.B for National Law University Nagpur UG admissions. The total seat intake for B.A. L.L.B at MNLU Nagpur is 120. Candidates need to sit for CLAT followed by counselling for MNLU Nagpur UG admissions.
Passed class 12th examination or equivalent from a recognised board with 45% marks (40% for SC/ST students)
Students are required to meet the eligibility criteria.
Eligible candidates need to fill CLAT application form.
Appear and obtain valid scores in CLAT.
The consortium announces the CLAT result in an online mode and the same can be checked by candidates by visiting the official website of CLAT and login in using the registration/application number.
CLAT qualified candidates need to participate in CLAT counselling.
Students need to choose National Law University, Nagpur as their preferred college for admissions.
The seat is allotted to a candidate based on scores obtained in CLAT and preferences.
Admission is offered to students based on CLAT UG, counselling, seat allotment, document verification and payment of fees.
The university offers L.L.M for MNLU Nagpur PG admissions. The total seat intake for L.L.M at MNLU Nagpur is 20. Candidates need to sit for CLAT PG followed by counselling for National Law University PG admissions.
L.L.B from a university recognised by Bar Council of India with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST students)
Meet the eligibility criteria and fill CLAT PG application form.
Candidates must appear and obtain valid scores in CLAT PG.
Students need to meet the CLAT PG cutoff to participate further in the National Law University admission process.
CLAT PG qualified students need to participate in CLAT PG counselling.
Students must select MNLU Nagpur as their preferred college for admission.
Complete the document verification process and pay the fees.
Master’s degree in law from a recognised university with 55% marks.
First, aspirants must meet the eligibility criteria for National Law University Ph.D. admission.
Appear for an All India Entrance Test (AIET).
Students who have qualified UGC NET, JRF, CSIR, SLET, GATE, M.Phil., a judge who has served for a minimum of three years as a Judge of High Court in India or Judge of the Supreme Court of India are exempted from the entrance test.
AIET qualifying marks 55% for the general category candidates and 50% for the candidates from other categories, i.e., SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer) and specially-abled persons.
All the candidates who have qualified AIET and those exempted need to attend an interaction with the Research Committee on their preliminary proposal of research.
Candidates are required to submit a preliminary proposal (both in soft and hard copy) of research not exceeding 1500 words indicating the hypothesis, statement of the problem, research outlines, set of research questions, proposed research methodology, survey of literature and expected outcomes of the research.
Shortlisted candidates based on preliminary proposals called for interaction with the Research Committee.
Students who successfully qualified interaction with the Research Committee on the preliminary proposals shall be admitted provisionally to Ph.D. Law at National Law University, Nagpur.
Final admission is offered based on the All India Entrance Test, interaction with the Research Committee on pre-proposal, course work, and presentation on the final research proposal before the Research Committee.
Students who have qualified for UGC NET, JRF, CSIR, SLET, GATE, M.Phil., a judge who has served for a minimum of three years as a Judge of High Court in India or Judge of the Supreme Court of India need not appear for the entrance test.
MNLU Nagpur Ph.D. admission process includes All India Entrance Test, interaction with the Research Committee on pre-proposal, course work, and presentation on the final research proposal before the Research Committee.
Yes, students mandatorily need to sit for CLAT PG followed by counselling for National Law University Nagpur PG admissions.
Students aspiring for MNLU Nagpur B.A. L.L.B admission needs to sit for CLAT followed by counselling.
What is the eligibility criteria for admission to B.A. L.L.B at National Law University, Nagpur?
I am studying BA LLB (Hon.). I was very interested in the subject of law as it has an impact on society and gives a guiding light for the modernization and helps in maintaining the balance and peace in the society. Yes the curriculum is updated in every year and includes all the development in the field. There are classes for the students interested in judiciary and extra credit courses are conducted from time to time from third year itself. Also foriegn language course is also provided.
I would give you the clear information and difference of both college MLNU and NMIMS.
MNLU Nagpur also known as Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur is established by Maharashtra government. This university has 28 Research centers that offer Courses, Conduct Seminars, Conferences and Training Program. Its also inked with MoU's and Collaborated with following Institutions for student exchange programs.
Common Entrance exam of MLNU and NMIMS is CLAT examination (Common Law Admission Test). Since MNLU is government Institution, Reservation are available for CLAT Cut off ranks. As MNLU Nagpur has established in the year 2016, So no Placement cell is available still. Few students were offered internship programs this year.
NMIMS (Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Science) is private institution and Top Law University in India according to NIRF. Common entrance for Law admission is CLAT examination. There is no reservation system available in this university, Admissions are done based on merit rank basis in CLAT examination. Companies that hired many Law students are listed below.
Many students got placed and Offered internships as well.
So comparing both colleges NMIMS is best for Law studies, But only if you have secure good rank in CLAT exam. or else if you fall under reservation category. you can opt for MNLU, Mumbai rather than nagpur division. Best advice is to get a good rank and get admission in NMIMS, Mumbai. Hope you find this information helpful. All the best for admission.
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Yes, if you are getting a seat in MNLU Nagpur them you should go for it. Though the college is new it is doing great and excelling at a faster rate. Students get a good internship opportunity. This year it will be the best batch of the college but the placement record of the LLM course is almost 85% and students are placed in good law firms and under Supreme Court advocates. Faculty members are friendly and most of them are from different NLUs.
Overall the college is really good now it depends on you what to choose.
NMIMS-The management is good. The course curriculum is frequently updated with the changing needs. They try to develop the skills through extracurricular activities of the students and give quality education. It is a private college.
Hostel and mess facilities are really good.
NLU Nagpur- is one of the newly formed NLU.
Since its establishment student has achieved many milestones. Everybody is hardworking here. The provides college hostel is one of the best hostels of NLU. The faculty and administrator staff are friendly and approachable. A lot of Law firm prefers Students from NLU.
MNLU Nagpur will be a good option as it has the potential to grow in the future and it is a government college. In the end, it depends on you what to choose. But before choosing do consider all the aspects.
Hope this will help, All the best.!!