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      4.7/5
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      3.9/5
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      4.1/5
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      4.3/5
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      4/5
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      Academically Rigourous but very demanding

      College Infrastructure

      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.

      Academics

      NLS is famous for its academic rigour. You will find some of the best professors of law teaching in this university. There is an emphasis on the inter-disciplinary aspect of the course and hence the BA part of the BA LLB course is taken rather seriously. However, academics can get quite competitive and there is immense pressure to score well and have a good GPA.

      Placements

      Placements in NLS have always been 100%. Most students get pre-placement offers after their internships. Most people get placed in Day Zero itself while others on Day One. All the best law firms come for placements. However, some students opt out of this process to go for litigation or for higher studies.

      Value for Money

      Unlike other government institutions, NLS is a little expensive. At the moment the fee is ₹275000 with a 5% increment every year. This is mainly because governments in India do not give enough grants to law schools and mostly seem to be concerned with engineering or medical colleges. But, yes, you'll get your money's worth considering the faculty base and curriculum.

      Campus Life

      NLS is rigourous. So, must students engage in activities that are related to academics. You will find people preparing for moot court competitions, ADR competitions, Debates, and likes. There are a number of student-run committees that take care of most extra/co-curricular activities. Teachers are helpful but the admin can be a little incompetent when dealing with certain issues.

      Others

      NLS is great but demanding. There is always pressure to excel in everything. Competition is cut-throat. All these can take a toll on anyone's mental health.

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      NLSIU, The Promised Land

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      The best choice for those who want a career in law

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      Worlds best college atleast to me!

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      It Really is the Harvard of the East

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      In one word: Exposure

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      Have a question related to NLSIU Bangalore ?

      What is NLSIU Bangalore 3-year LLB fee?

      The NLSIU Bangalore's 3-year LLB fee is Rs. 2,88,855 for the general category.  For SC/ST category, the course fee is Rs. 2,85,445.

      Does NLSIU Bangalore have 3 year LLB?

      Yes, NLSIU Bangalore offers 3-year LLB programme. The university offers 120 seats in the 3-year LLB.

      How many seats are offered by NLSIU Bangalore in 3-year LLB progromme.

      The university offers a total of 120 seats in 3-year LLB programme.


      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

      1: Where is NLSIU Bangalore located?

      NLSIU Bangalore is located at Jnanabharathi Main Road, opp. NAAC, Teachers Colony, near Nagarabhavi, in Bengaluru, Karnataka 560072.

      2: Does NLSIU Bangalore offer scholarships?

      NLSIU Bangalore offers various scholarships to the students under government schemes.

      3: What are the on-campus facilities available at NLSIU Bangalore?

      NLSIU Bangalore has separate hostel facilities for boys and girls.  The library at the campus has a rich collection of reading material for students and faculty members. For students who are into sports, the university has indoor and outdoor sports facilities. A well established gym is also there for students. Cafeteria, modern classrooms, auditorium, medical centre, moot court, guest house, bank and ATM are a few more available for the students.

      4: Does NLSIU Bangalore have hostel facilities on campus?

      NLSIU Bangalore has separate hostel facilities for boys and girls.

      5: How many seats does NLSIU Bangalore offer for LLM?

       NLSIU Bangalore offers 30 seats for the application of LLM program.

      6: Does NLSIU Bangalore offer any reservations?

       Aspirants who have completed 10 years of their education from the Karnataka state and have opted for NLSIU Bangalore as their most preferred college after registering for CLAT 2022 are eligible for admission under this reservation.

      7: What facilities are available at National Law School of India University, Bangalore?

      NLSIU Bangalore facilities are modern and as per the requirements of the students. The institute has separate accommodation facilities for boys and girls students.

      8: What is the eligibility of BA LLB at NLSIU Bangalore?

      The candidates should score an Aggregate score of 45% or more in 12th standard from a recognised board (40% for SC/ST candidates) for applying for BA LLB program at NLSIU Bangalore.

      9: How many courses are offered by NLSIU Bangalore?

      NLSIU Bangalore  offers courses at three levels: undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. The course list includes integrated, postgraduate and doctoral programmes.

      10: Is the National Law School of India University, Bangalore a good university?

      National Law School of India University has been accredited by NAAC with 'A' grade.

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