National Law University, New Delhi

LLM National Law University, New Delhi

Also known as: NLU Delhi

Quick Facts

Total Fees
1.24 Lakhs
Exam
AILET PG
Online AILET PG All India Law Entrance Test for LLM - Application
15 Jan, 2020 - 08 Apr, 2020
Seats
70

Fees Details

General:
1.24 Lakhs
Disclaimer: Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.

Important Dates

For all Exams Accepted by this Course
Dates Events
15 Jan, 2020 - 08 Apr, 2020 AILET PG All India Law Entrance Test for LLM - Application | Mode: Online
22 Apr, 2020 AILET PG All India Law Entrance Test for LLM - Admit Card | Mode: Online
03 May, 2020 AILET PG All India Law Entrance Test for LLM - Exam | Mode: Offline
29 May, 2020 (Tentative) AILET PG All India Law Entrance Test for LLM - Result | Mode: Online

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 1 Year

Master of Law is full-time one-year course degree offered by National Law University, New Delhi and approved by UGC 

The total number of seats will be 70 + 10 (Foreign Nationals) with the following reservations:

Scheduled Caste: 15%

Scheduled Tribe: 7.5 %

Persons with Disability: 5% 

Admission for Foreign Nationals: 10 seats are allotted to Foreign National candidates possessing the Citizenship of a country other than India will only be considered under this category. The Foreign Nationals are exempted from taking the Admission Test. 

The vacant seats under Foreign National Category shall be filled from the General Category candidates in order of merit. 

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Admission Process

Admission to one year- LL.M. Degree shall be done through an All India Law Admission Test (AILET) conducted every year by the University. The candidate shall secure minimum of 50% of the marks in the written test to become eligible for admission. In case of SC/ST candidates, it is 40%. The University has a right to keep the seats vacant if there are no candidates who secured minimum cut off marks. 


Eligibility Criteria

  • All candidates, other than those applying under the Foreign Nationals category, should appear for the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) and selection shall be solely on that basis.
  • To be eligible for admission to the LL. M. Programme, a candidate should have passed the LL.B. or an equivalent degree from a recognised University with not less than 55% marks on aggregate (50% in case of reserved categories, i.e. SC/ST/Persons with Disability).
  • Candidates awaiting results of the qualifying examination can appear for the Entrance Test subject to a condition that they produce proof of having passed the qualifying examination at the time of admission.

  • Foreign Nationals Candidates:
  • They are exempted from taking the admission test. The other regulations regarding the eligibility for admission will be the same as applicable to the other candidates. The candidates belonging to the OCI/PIO category shall have the option to either apply under the Foreign National Category or under the category of Indian students. In case the OCI/PIO candidate apply under the category of Indian National, they have to appear in the All Indian Law Entrance Test along with other students.
  • Academic record of LL.B. or equivalent degree recognized by the UGC/ Association of Indian Universities with not less than 55% marks or the equivalent grade.
  • Assessment of necessary communication skills in written and spoken English and performance at the interview in terms of aptitude and capacity.

Student Reviews

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Batch of Jan. 1, 2017 | LLM
The college has an excellent infrastructure. The library is abundant with latest books, canteen has a café coffee day kiosk, auditorium feels like a movie theatre, underground parking is available (though not for students), and is a well-kept campus. The internet speed is adored by everyone. Most of the faculty is good considering they rejected job offers from some highly reputed law firms. Teaching methodology of some professors is unique and appealing. The university is surrounded by lush trees which add to the ambiance. Hostels are compulsory even for the students residing in the same city, which I feel provides necessary exposure. The auditorium is comparable to a mediocre movie theater. Lots of seminars are organised on varying contemporary legal topics. Sometimes associates from leading firms are invited for providing insight into the field and answering students' questions. Weekly movie screenings, occasional parties, internal sports tournaments, etc keep me engaged. We have been provided with vending machines in the hostels which are complimented by excellent mess food, common room, and gym. Geographical and cultural diversity among students is what mesmerised me the most on my first day in the college. The only thing I despise about the university is the lack of sporting facilities. There is only one ground where students have to compromise with basketball, volleyball, and football. Badminton courts are uncovered. Another minor problem is that since LLM students stay for less time as compared to others, they are not given much importance in various committees which are elected like sports, mess, hostel welfare, academic, etc.
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