Quick Facts

Total Fees
10.05 Lakhs
Exam
CLAT
Approval
BCI
Seats
80

Important Dates

For all Exams Accepted by this Course
Dates Events
01 Jan, 2019 - 31 Mar, 2019 (Tentative) CLAT Common Law Admission Test - Application | Mode: Online
20 Apr, 2019 - 11 May, 2019 (Tentative) CLAT Common Law Admission Test - Admit Card | Mode: Online
12 May, 2019 CLAT Common Law Admission Test - Exam | Mode: Offline
31 May, 2019 (Tentative) CLAT Common Law Admission Test - Result | Mode: Online
07 Jun, 2019 (Tentative) CLAT Common Law Admission Test - Counselling - Start Date | Mode: Online
04 Oct, 2018 CLAT Common Law Admission Test - Advertisement | Mode: Online

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 5 Years
  • Offered by: National Law School of India University, Bangalore

The duration of the course shall be for a period of Five Academic Years. Each academic year is divided into three “Trimesters” with an average of not less than 70 working days for each. The academic terms will be announced in advance each year and will ordinarily be between July-September, October-January, and March-June.

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Admission Process

Admission to the B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) The degree programme is purely on merit as assessed through a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) conducted by the CLAT Committee constituted for the purpose.

Eligibility Criteria

A candidate for admission to the B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Degree Course shall have:

  • Passed the Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) system or an examination equivalent thereto securing in the first attempt, not less than 50% (45% in the case of SC / ST candidates and persons with disability) in the aggregate, and
  • Not completed 20 years of age as on 1st July of the year of admission.

In the case of candidates belonging to SC/ST and persons with disability, the maximum age limit shall be 22 years.

Those who do not clear the qualifying examination with the requisite marks are not eligible for admission. Candidates whose Statement of marks of the qualifying examination is not available at the time of formal interviews are also not eligible for admission.

Student Reviews

Exceptional except for the faculty

Posted on 05 Feb' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2016 | BA LLB Hons
The college life at NLSIU Bangalore was phenomenal. With the country's best law library and an institution in place which helps you to think and work in the right direction, couldn't have asked for anything more. Seniors have been the guiding light where the teachers failed. The faculty has gone to the dogs. But the institution has mechanisms in place to compensate for it. Those who want to learn, get loads to learn. Lots of extracurriculars, debates moots, sports and even music are encouraged and supported. This is accompanied by the beautiful weather that Bangalore has and this is what I crave for the most, now that I have graduated. The vice chancellor is one of the foremost academicians in the country and is a lovely person as well, always ready to help. The university doesn't have a dress code and free thinking is encouraged in every sphere of the university life.
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Worth your preparation for clat

Posted on 09 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2021 | BA LLB Hons
NLSIU is the best law school of the country every year thousands of aspirants with a dream to come over here gives CLAT, it is known as the Harvard of the east, it has been number one college of the country since past 30 years, the faculty and infrastructure of the college are awesome and the placement are really good, the students crowd is good and it is one of the cheapest NLU of the nation.
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NLSIU, The Promised Land

Posted on 09 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2020 | BA LLB Hons
NLSIU is hands down the best college in India to do your law from. We have a diverse and vibrant student community, drawn from all parts of India and abroad. The place is always abuzz with activity, with some event or another always around the corner. However, this is not to say that academics are overlooked. In fact, one of the things that make NLS stands apart from the crowd is how the students excel in both academics and extra-curricular activities. We have decent infrastructure for a government college, and the exposure we get is unmatched. The classrooms are often frequented by the very best in their field, giving students exposure they would not otherwise get. NLS has consistently been leading the placement charts as well, and NLS pass out generally eke out a decent living after graduating from here. Hostels could be a bit cleaner, though. Buth hey, you cannot have it all. We have stellar professors here, again the very best in their field. The fees may seem a bit too steep at first, but once admitted, the college makes sure that you do not quit your education midway for financial reasons. Plus, the amount of money that you put in is only a minuscule amount of what you would reap later out of your NLS education.
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The best choice for those who want a career in law

Posted on 09 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2020 | BA LLB Hons
I am a 2nd-year student at NLSIU. Our college has a library which is better than that of most of other law schools in India. Talking of corporate exposure, we have regular seminars and guest lectures regarding that, and our college has best placement among National Law Schools. Our hostels are quite good, but there are still chances of improvement. I met some excellent professors. They are all helpful in a not just academic way but also as personal guides. Speaking of Student crowd, we have almost all top rank students in CLAT. The annual fee is about Rs. 1,70,000, which is on par with most of other National Law Universities. So, overall, I think this is one of the best National Law Schools in India, and I am happy that I made a correct decision by choosing it.
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Worlds best college atleast to me!

Posted on 31 Aug' 16 by Omkar Sarfare
Batch of 2020 | BA LLB Hons
This is my second year in this college which also started a year back.Within one year of its starting, it has grown in popularity among lab students by leaps and bounds.The college is housed in the fort campus of the Mumbai university. Speaking by my experience we have one of the best faculties and being next to the high court of Mumbai also helps a lot.
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