₹ 7.43 L
Mode Full time | Duration 12 Months
NLSIU offers a One-Year LL.M. Degree Programme. Similar to the BA LLB (Hons) programme, the LL.M. programme is organized around three trimesters every academic year. A total of 50 students are admitted to the LLM Programme.
In 2021, the University changed the structure of the LL.M programme. In the previous years, students were divided into two specialization-based streams and were offered mandatory and elective courses only within those streams. However, this year, there is no division of streams and students have been provided greater flexibility in choosing courses. The objective is to provide more opportunities to students to pursue the wide array of elective courses offered at the University. Besides this, students will have to write a mandatory dissertation in the third and last trimester.
The candidate must have an LL.B. Degree or an equivalent examination with a minimum of:
(i) Fifty percent (50%) of marks or its equivalent grade in case of candidates belonging to General/OBC/PWD categories, and
(ii) Forty five percent (45%) of marks or its equivalent grade in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST categories.
The candidate will have to appear for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) to secure admission into the postgraduate programme.
Candidates appearing for the qualifying examination in the year of admission are also permitted to take the Admission Test, but their admission to the course shall be subject to fulfilling the conditions stipulated in the Regulations, and producing supporting documentary evidence at the time of admission.
There is no upper age limit for the PG programme in CLAT.
There is no provision for direct admission of Foreign Nationals into the postgraduate course.
Admission to the Post-Graduate programme is based on the candidate’s performance at a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) conducted for the purpose.
|Exams and Events||Dates|
Exam Date (Mode - Offline)
|2 Dec'23 - 2 Dec'23|
Admit Card Date (Mode - Online)
|20 Nov'23 - 2 Dec'23|