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For taking admission in NLSIU Bangalore, you must have passed 10+2 exams in the first attempt with at least 50% for general category and for SC ST it is 45% . You must have filled the online application form for CLAT examination and should score the highest rank in that examination in order to get the mentioned NLU as it is one of the topmost NLU's.
NLSIU and NUALS are government colleges and come under the category of NLU's or what we say as national law schools which are operated directly by government of India .
Among all the 22 NLU's of India , NLSIU Bangalore ranks as the number one law school offering prestigious education and high placements . NUALS ranks 11th among the NLU's .
The point to be noted is that during placements , the top 10 NLU's are given preferences over other government law colleges . The reason being their best quality of education offered , best faculty available , good infrastructure etc . Therefore the packages of such law schools is at a higher end as compared to packages offered to students from other government colleges .
If it is your preparation time , try to always focus on the top 10 NLU's of our country which are mainly
National Law School of India University, Bangalore (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/483/institute/college-National-Law-School-Of-India-University-Bangalore-Bangalore-India)
National Law University, Delhi (https://www.shiksha.com/university/nlu-delhi-national-law-university-delhi-29811)
National Academy of Legal Study & Research (NALSAR) University of Law, Hyderabad (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/4194/institute/college-Nalsar-University-Of-Law-Hyderabad-India)
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/24886/institute/college-Wb-National-University-Of-Juridical-Sciences-Kolkata-India)
National Law Institute University, Bhopal (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/23639/institute/college-National-Law-Institute-University-Bhopal-India)
National Law University, Jodhpur (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/25380/institute/college-National-Law-University-Jodhpur-India)
Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/22077/institute/college-Gujarat-National-Law-University-Ahmedabad-India)
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/25093/institute/college-Dr-Ram-Manohar-Lohiya-National-Law-University-Uttar-Pradesh-Other-India)
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/22104/institute/college-Rajiv-Gandhi-National-University-Of-Law-Patiala-India)
Chanakya National Law University Patna (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/21940/institute/college-Chanakya-National-Law-University-Patna-India)
National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (http://www.shiksha.com/getListingDetail/24842/institute/college-National-University-Of-Advanced-Legal-Studies-Kochi-India)
All the best for your future ahead !
According to statistics, every year between 30 and 40 percent of CLAT candidates have a commerce background. So i would also suggest you to take commerce stream.
Along with this i would suggest you to focus on legal aptitude section from starting as you can get a decent score in clat by improving your legal aptitude section.
Hope this information helps you.
The NLSIU strives to grant as many scholarships as possible to encourage academically promising students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. On the recommendations of the Scholarship Committee, fee concessions are awarded to the maximum extent possible in circumstances where full scholarships are not feasible. Only students enrolled in the regular undergraduate and graduate degree programmes are eligible to apply.
Merit Scholarship : A merit scholarship is awarded to students who manage to secure a 6.00 out of 7.00 CGPA in the previous year.
Merit cum Means Scholarship : The scholarship funds won't be released until the applicant provides documentation verifying the income indicated on the application. After reviewing an applicant's financial need and academic performance, the Scholarship Committee can award any amount they see fit. If a candidate does not show up for the interview, s/he may be disqualified from further consideration for the Scholarship. The Scholarship Committee may also decide to award less than the maximum amount for a certain category if the student's circumstances warrant it.
The approved scholarship amount will be subtracted from either the annual tuition bill or the mess bill at the NLSIU. After making any necessary adjustments to the fees or mess bill, any remaining funds owed to the students will be distributed at the end of the third trimester. Parents will be informed of their child's Scholarship award and how it will be applied to their child's tuition and meal plans.
Other than scholarships, NLSIU also offers multiple third-party external scholarships, both privately and publicly funded. These are available to meritorious students, to students from certain categories or to students from a lower income group. They can be accessed from the National Scholarship Portal (NSP) or the State Government Scholarship Portal.
Moreover, the university has also collaborated with a FinTech Organization and Punjab National Bank to provide easy student loans to those who need it.
I hope this helped. Feel free to reach out if I missed touching upon something. Good luck!
As per the information Bulletin which is available at the official website of NSLU it is evident that there are three main types of Financial Aids
University Aid which is administered and funded by University managed funds
External Aid which is administered by the University but funded by third parties
Third-Party Aid that is facilitated by the University but administered and funded by third parties.
Now there are scholarships for PhD students but as such no single child benefit is mentioned there, you are still suggested to visit the website regularly for more updates.
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If you are aiming to get a seat in NLSIU Bangalore, nothing is enough. You need to score at least 120 out of 150 to get a chance for admission.
Being a highly competitive exam, clearing CLAT with a good score is important for admission to an NLU of one's choice. It can give the candidates a seat in the top 3 NLUs. Getting a seat in NLSIU Bangalore with a rank of 80 or more will be difficult for candidates who are from the general, all India category. The Karnataka Student category may benefit the candidates who are from Karnataka.
For more information, you can visit the following link:-
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Your profile suggests that you are Law aspirant in 12 th standard from Nagaland.
I'm providing you information about B.A LLB course offered by National Law School of Indian University, Bangalore.
Course Name: B.A. L.L.B
Course Duration: 5 years
Total Course Fees:
General: Rs. 14.44 Lakhs
Approved by: Bar Council of India (BCI)
Scheduled Caste: Rs. 14.27 Lakhs
Scheduled Tribe: Rs. 14.27 Lakhs
Total Number of Seats: 80
Admission Criteria: CLAT entrance exam
Education Qualification: Minimum 45 percentage (40 percentage for reservation category candidates) in 10+2 or equivalent exam from a recognised Board.
For more information about B.A. L.L.B course in National Law School of Indian University, Bangalore, you can go through below mentioned link.
May this information was useful to you.
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As you want to know about the marks which are required in CLAT to get seat into NLSIU Bangalore. The admission in this college depends upon the cutoff determined by the college and the cutoff depends upon various factors like:
For more information about the CLAT 2022:
To check the previous year cutoffs:
I hope this will help you,
Best of Luck :)
This college have the top line infrastructure with where advance Laboratories. In the canteen area it's so clean and their food are so tasty and the campus is so big and has a library. The institution having air conditioner and heaven the could experience.
The Campus is 23 acres, spread out yet well-knit and very green. There are many trees with loads of birds. The library is arguably the best among all law schools in the country. There are gym facilities and health centers and mental health support groups. There is an indoor table tennis facility, basketball court, football stadium, and yoga center. Students are also allowed to use the Sports Authority of India facilities. There are plans for large-scale infrastructure expansion.
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