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Members of Core Committee, CLAT-2009

Members of Implementation Committee, CLAT-2009 Common Law Admission Test, CLAT-2009

National Law School of India University, Bangalore NALSAR University of taw, Hyderabad

National Law Institute University, Bhopal

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata National Law University, Jodhpur

Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur

Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala

Chanakya National Law University, Patna

National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi Calendar CLAT - 2009

Members of Core Committee, CLAT-2009

2 2 3-4 5-9 10-14

15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-53 54-56

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Common Law Admission Test

CLAT-2009

Prof. Veer Singh, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad Convenor

Prof. A. Jayagovind, Vice-Chancellor, National Law School of India University, Bangalore Member

Prof. 5.5. Singh, Director, National Law Institute University, Bhopal Member

Prof. M. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata Member

Mr. Justice N.N. Mathur, Vice-Chancellor, National Law University, Jodhpur Member

Prof. M.K. Srivastava, Vice-Chancellor, Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur Member

Mr. Bimal N. Patel, Director, Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar Member

Prof. Balraj Singh Chauhan, Director, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow Member

Prof. Gurjeet Singh, Vice-Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala Member

Prof. A. Lakshminath, Vice-Chancellor, Chanakya National Law University, Patna Member

Dr. N.K. Jayakumar, Vice-Chancellor, National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi Member

Prof. K.V.S. Sarma, Registrar, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad Convenor

Prof. V. Vijayakumar, Professor of Law, National Law School of India University, Bangalore Member

Mr. C.M. Garg, Registrar, National Law Institute University, Bhopal Member

Mr. Niharendu Konar, Registrar, West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata Member

Mr. Ratan Lahoti, Registrar, National Law University, Jodhpur Member

Mr. M.K. Thakre, Registrar, Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur Member

Mr. Rishikesh Dave, Registrar, Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar Member

Mrs. Anita Misra, Registrar, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow Member

Prof. G.I.S. Sandhu, Registrar, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala Member

Dr. S.P. Singh, Registrar, Chanakya National Law University, Patna Member

Mr. V. Narayana Swamy, Registrar, National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi Member

Prof. Vijender Kumar, Professor of Law, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad Co-opted Member

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Common Law Admission Test, CLAT·2009

The concept of a National Law School to act as a pace-setter and a testing ground for bold experiments in legal education came up before the Bar Council of India in the context of the Council's statutory responsibility for maintaining standards in professional legal education under the Advocates Act, 1961. The Bar Council of India, representing the organized legal profession at all India level, took initiative in establishing the first National Law School in Bangalore. The success of National Law School of India University, Bangalore, has inspired many States to set up similar institutions in their respective territories and at present, there are twelve National Law Schools in different parts of the country. These institutions are national in the sense that substantial number of seats in all these institutions are filled up by students from allover India and the academic staff are also recruited on all India basis. Til12007 each National Law School conducted admission test in different centres spread allover the country and thousands of students after their ten plus two examinations took these multiple admission tests at considerable expense and inconvenience.

In order to avoid the hardship faced by the students in taking number of tests for admission to individual Universities and in view of the direction of the Supreme Court in the case of Varun Bharat v. Union of India, initiative was taken jointly by the University Grants Commission, Ministry of HRD and the National Law Universities for conducting a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for admission to different National Law Universities in the Country.

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed by seven National Law Universities namely NLSIU, NALSAR, NLlU, WBNUJS, NLU, HNLU and GNLU on 23rd November, 2007 for conducting the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). It was agreed by the Committee consisting of all the Vice-Chancellors that the test would be conducted by the National Law Universities by rotation on the basis of seniority. Accordingly, CLAT-2008 was conducted by National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore and CLAT-2009 will be conducted by NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad.

The experience in CLAT-2008 has been that a larger the catchment area, provides better quality of students. Therefore, in addition to the existing seven National Law Universities, the following four National Law Universities have joined CLAT-2009:

• Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow

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• RajivGandhi National University of Law, Punjab

• Chanakya National Law University, Patna

• National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2009 will be conducted for admission to the undergraduate programme at eleven National Law Universities and also for the post-graduate programme (LL.M.) for admission to NLSIU, NALSAR, NLlU, WBNUJS, HNLU, GNLU, RMLNLU and RGNUL. The details of intake, reservation, courses offered along with the fee structure may be seen in this Information Brochure against each University. For further details visit the concerned University Website.

UNDER-GRADUATE PROGRAMME

Eligibility:

To be eligible for taking CLAT-2009, a candidate should have passed Higher Secondary School I Intermediate Examination (10+2) or its equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of SC/STI OBC* and Persons with Disability*) and should not be more than 20 years of age on 1st July, 2009 (22 years incase of SC/ST/OBC* and Persons with Disability*).

'Subject to reservation at the University concerned.

Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination can also appear provisionally. However, they shall have to produce proof of having passed the qualifying exam before or at the time of counselling with detailed mark sheet.

Note: Candidates with compartment I supplementary in any subject in the qualifying examination are not eligible for admission.

Pattern of the Test Paper for Undergraduate Programme:

Total Marks : 200

Total numberofquestions : 200

Subject areas with weightage:

English including Comprehension 40 Marks General Knowledgel CurrentAffairs 50 Marks Elementary Mathematics 20 Marks (Numerical ability)

Legal Aptitude 45 Marks

Logical Reasoning 45 Marks

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POST-GRADUATE PROGRAMME

The CLAT-2009 for the post-graduate programme (LL.M.) will be applicable for admission to NLSIU, NALSAR, NLlU, WBNUJS, HNLU, GNLU, RMLNLU and RGNULonly.

For NLU, Jodhpur, candidates are required to apply separately to that University.

Eligibility:

To be eligible for appearing in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) to the two-year LL.M. Degree Course, a candidate should have passed the LL.B. / B.L. Degree or an equivalent degree from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks in aggregate (50% in case of SC / ST / OBC* / Persons with Disability*).

'Subject to reservation at the University concerned.

Candidates awaiting results of the qualifying examination can appear for the test on the condition that they produce proof of having passed the qualifying examination with the prescribed marks before or at the time of counselling.

Pattern of the Test Paper for Postgraduate Programme:

Total Marks 200

Subject areas: Law of Contracts, Law of Torts, Family Law, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law and Legal Theory

Number of Questions:

i) Objective Type 50 questions of one mark each

ii) Short answers : 10 questions of five marks each iii) Essay : Two questions of 50 marks each (Two sections containing three questions each out of which one from each section to be answered.)

For any clarification regarding CLAT-2009 contact:

Cut-off marks at the Test for Postgraduate Programme:

To qualify in the Test for admission to the Postgraduate Programme at the above mentioned Universities, a candidate should secure a minimum of 50% marks (40% in case of SC / ST / OBC* and Persons with Disability*) in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT-2009).

'Subject to reservation at the University concerned.

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES

• Candidates are required to fill all the columns relating to the reserve categories to which they belong in the Application Form. The candidates are also required to submit the duly attested copies of the certificates as proof.

• Candidates should indicate their preference in order for all Eleven Law Universities to which they wish to join in the Application Form. This is a mandatory condition.

• Candidates must indicate three choices of their Test Centres in order of preference in the Application Form. CLAT reserves the right to allot any Test Centre out of the three indicated by the candidate.

• Candidates are required to mention the Domicile to which they belong to in the Application Form along with the duly attested copy of the domicile certificate.

• Particulars/options with regard to category(s), preferences of Universities for admission, Test Centres and Domicile once submitted shall not be allowed to be changed in any circumstances lateron.

• After the announcement of results, the selected candidates will be required to confirm their attending the Counselling at NALSAR along with a Demand Draft for Rs. 500/- towards Counselling Fee. If any selected candidate fails to confirm before the due date or fails to appear physically on the scheduled time and day of Counselling his / her candidature shall not be considered for admission at any Law University later on.

The Convenor

Common Law Admission Test, CLAT-2009 NALSAR University of Law

3-4-761, Barkatpura, Hyderabad - 500 027, A.P., INDIA

Ph: 040-23498206, Mob: 9010189400 Fax: 08418-245161/245174 Website: www.clat.ac.in.

Email: helpdesk@clat.ac.in

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National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore

B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Programme INTRODUCTION

National Law School of India University (NLSIU) is the first Indian University, established exclusively for legal studies and research. The National Law School of India Act, 1986, passed by Karnataka Legislature, provided the statutory basis to this University. It became functional in 1988. Sponsored by the Bar Council of India, NLSIU represents the unique partnership between the Bar, Bench and Academia. Eminent judges and leading lawyers have been associating with the Law School working side by side with a committed band of academicians.

NLSIU had a modest beginning in an old building at the Central College Campus of Bangalore University and was shifted to the present campus in 1991. Thereafter it has been a period of steady growth and we have now one of the best-equipped and beautiful campuses. The Library i.e. Sri Narayana Rao Melgiri National Law Library is rated as the best Law Library in the country. The entire campus including the hostels is provided with wireless connectivity and as a result, the students can access internet services through their laptops from anywhere in the campus and NLSIU is the first Law School to achieve this distinction. All the class rooms are equipped with LCD Projectors and other facilities.

There are independent hostels for men and women and being a residential university, all the students have to stay in the hostels. The Library is kept open upto 12 p.m. so as to facilitate intensive use of academic resources.

There is a well-equipped moot court hall named after Justice M. Hidayatullah, former Chief Justice of India. Every student of NLSIU is expected to participate actively in the moot court activities. The students have by and large done very well in various international and national moot court competitions. In recent times, there are other related competitions such as arbitration moot, negotiations, client counseling, parliamentary debate etc. NLSIU students have been very active in all these competitions both at national and international levels. During 2007-08, NLSIU has launched its own international arbitration moot and in this competition there were participants from the U.K., Pakistan,

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Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. NLSIU emphasizes cocurricular and extra-curricular activities. The students bring out well-acclaimed publications such as NLSI Review, Socio-Legal Review, Indian Journal of Law and Technology and Indian Journal of International Economic Law. During 2007-08, NLSIU conducted the first-ever national sports meet for law colleges. For the past two years, NLSIU has been organizing international theater festivals in which the teams from the neighbouring countries have been participating.

COURSE STRUCTURE

NLSIU follows a trimester system where under an academic year is divided into three parts and four subjects are taught in each trimester. As a result, a student would have completed sixty courses by the time he/she completes the five year term. The wide spread of subjects helps our students to acquire extensive and intensive knowledge of our legal system. All subjects are compulsory upto the end of fourth year and optional seminar courses are offered in the final year. These optional seminar courses provide opportunities to specialize in certain areas. For example, a student who wishes to pursue career in corporate law may choose seminar courses on accountancy, securities law, mergers and acquisitions etc. NLSIU encourages the involvement of outside expertise in offering seminar courses. In recent years, the seminar courses have been offered in subjects such as European Community Law, Telecommunication Law, Information Technology Law, Accountancy and Financial Management, Affirmative Action etc. To find out the courses taught at NLSIU and their distribution over the years, please check NLSIU website: www.nls.ac.in

Another significant method of involving scholars from outside is by way of one credit courses. These courses normally comprise of eighteen lecture hours spread over a week. Experts, national and international, are invited to offer seminar courses at NLSIU for a week. Any interested student can sign up for these courses provided he/she possesses the basic understanding of the subject. Some of the one credit courses, offered in recent years include Shipping Laws, South African Constitutional Law, U.S. Patent Law etc.

Various donor have established fifteen Endowment Chairs in NLSIU to promote the study of different

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subjects. These subjects include Constitutional Law, Refugee Law, Corporate Law, International Trade Law, Consumer Law etc. In 2007,Allen and Overy, a leading British Law Firm, has set up the Chair on International Financial laws: and Prof. Philipp Wood, a leading authority on the subject, conducted two weeks intensive course along with the attorneys of the firm in NLSIU campus under the auspices of this Chair in April, 2008.

The NLSIU has well-developed research centres in Juvenile Justice, Intellectual Property Rights and Environmental Law. The Centre on Studies in Law and Social Exclusion is the most recent research centre set up under the auspices of the University Grants Commission. This centre is intended to focus upon the issues concerning social justice.

ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible for admission, a candidate should have passed the Higher Secondary School I Intermediate Examination (10+2) or its equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of SC/STI OBC and persons with disability) and should be below 20 years of age as on 1 st July, 2009 (22 years incase of SC/ST/OBC and persons with disability).

Candidates appearing or awaiting result of the qualifying examination can also appear in the test on condition that they produce proof of having passed the qualifying exam at the time of counseling.

Those who do not clear the qualifying examination with the requisite marks are not eligible for admission. Candidates whose marks statement of the qualifying examination is not available at the time the Counseling are not eligible for admission.

The University reserves the right to cancel the admission of any candidate in accordance with rules.

Note: Candidates who get compartment in any subject in the qualifying examination in that year are not eligible for admission for that year.

INTAKE AND RESERVATION

The intake capacity of BA,LL.B. (Hons.) degree programme shall be 80 with the following breakup:

(a) General Category 55
(b) Scheduled Caste 12 (i.e. 15%)
(c) Scheduled Tribe 6 (i.e. 7.5%)
(d) Persons With Disability (PWD): 2
(e) Foreign Nationals 5 Foreign students will be admitted directly on the basis of their performance in the qualifying examination, overall academic record and command over English language. Preference will be given to the candidates from SAARC countries. Foreign students must apply directly in the CLAT application form with supporting documents to the Registrar, NLSIU, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore - 560 242, on or before the closing date.

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FEE STRUCTURE B.A., LL.B (Hons.)

Admission Fee Tuition Fee

Infrastructure Fee Library Fee Medical Fee Room Rent Amenities Fee Library Deposit

Smart Card Fee Mess Deposit Hostel Deposit

Mess Basic & GWC HostelApplication Fee

Rs. 5,000/- p.a.

Rs. 55,000/- p.a.

US $ 3300/- p.a. or equivalent in INR for foreign nationals

Rs. 8,000/- p.a.

Rs. 6,500/- p.a.

Rs. 1,000/-p.a.

Rs. 12,000/- p.a.

Rs. 5,000/- p.a. Rs.5,000/- (Refundable) Onetime

Rs. 220/- (One time)

Rs. 1,000/- (Refundable) Rs. 5,000/- (Refundable) Rs. 2,500/- (SC/ST)

Rs. 12,000/- p.a.

Rs. 100/-

(Mess bills are payable on a monthly basis)

The above fees/charges may be revised by the University, but the revised fees/charges will be applied prospectively.

The motto of NLSIU is that no one who secures admission to NLSIU shall discontinue studies on account of financial constraints. Keeping this in mind, the NLSIU will provide necessary financial assistance to the needy students.

LL.M. Programme

NLSIU offers two year LL.M. programme with specialization in Business Laws and Human Rights Laws. This programme is designed essentially to equip students for academic careers. Keeping this objective in mind, the special emphasis is placed upon those subjects which are not normally taught properly at LL.B. level in Indian Lawcolleges.

COURSE STRUCTURE

The LL.M. programme is based on the semester system. In the first semester, all the candidates study four compulsory subjects:

1. Law and Social Transformation in India

2. Indian Constitutional Law: The New

Challenges

3. Judicial Process

4. Research Methodology

In the second and third semesters, the candidates pursue optional courses depending upon their specializations. In recent years, Tax Law, Intellectual Property Rights, the WTO, Environmental Law, Corporate Governance, Commercial Arbitration etc have been offered as optional seminar courses for Business Laws stream. International Humanitarian and Refugee Law, Minorities, International Human Rights etc, have been offered as optional seminar courses for Human Rights Laws stream. In all these subjects, national and international dimensions are

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properly highlighted. The fourth semester is devoted for writing the dissertation.

ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible for appearing in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) to the two year LL.M. Degree Course, a candidate should have passed the LL.B. / B.L. Degree or an equivalent degree from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks in aggregate (50% in case of SC / ST / OBC / Persons with Disability).

Candidates awaiting results of the qualifying examination can appear for the test on condition that they produce proof of having passed the qualifying examination with the prescribed marks at the time of counseling.

INTAKE AND RESERVATIONS

The annual intake is approximately twenty five students in each specialization. This intake is subject to reservations in favour of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Persons with Disability.

There is no separate quota for foreign students.

Interested foreign students may apply directly in the CLAT application form with supporting documents to the Registrar, NLSIU, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-560242, on or before the closing date.

FEE STRUCTURE

Admission Fee Tuition Fee

Library Fee Infrastructure Fee Medical Fee Room Rent Amenities

Rs.5,000/-

Rs. 30,000/- p.a. US$ 2000 p.a. or equivalent in INR for Foreign Nationals

Rs. 6,500/- p.a.

Rs. 8000/- p.a.

Rs. 1000/- p.a.

Rs. 12,000/- p.a. Rs.5,000/-p.a.

Hostel Deposit (General): Rs. 5,000/- (Refundable)

SC/ST Rs. 2,500 (Refundable)

Library Deposit Rs. 5,000/-(Refundable)

Mess Deposit Rs. 1 OOO/-(Refundable)

Smart Card fee Rs. 220/ (One time)

Hostel Application Fee Rs. 1 OO/-(One time)

Mess Basic and GWC Rs. 12,000/-p.a.

(Mess bills are payable on a monthly basis)

The above fees/charges may be revised by the University, but the revised fees/charges will be applied prospectively.

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B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) - Curriculum

FIRST TRIMESTER

SECOND TRIMESTER

Sociology-I Economics-I Legal Methods Torts-I

English & Legal Language

Economics-II Political Science-I Torts-II Contracts-I

THIRD TRIMESTER

FOURTH TRIMESTER

Sociology-II Constitutional Law-I Contracts-II History-I

History-II

Political Science-II Constitutional Law-II Family Law-I

FIFTH TRIMESTER

SIXTH TRIMESTER

Family Law-II

Criinal Law-I

Land Laws Constitutional Law-III

Criminal Law-II Political Science-III Jurisprudence-I Property Law

SEVENTH TRIMESTER

EIGHTH TRIMESTER

Law of Evidence

Code of Civil Procedure(CPC)1 Criminal Law-III

A.D.R. (Clinical Course I)

Code of Civil Procedure-II Corporate Law-I International Trade Law

Law, Poverty & Development

NINTH TRIMESTER

TENTH TRIMESTER

Corporate Law-II

Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing Administrative Law

Human Rights Law

Banking Law

Environmental Law

International Law-I Jurisprudence-II(lnterpretation of Statutes)

ELEVENTH TRIMESTER

TWELFTH TRIMESTER

Taxation Law-I Intellectual Property Law Labour Law-I International Law-II

Labour Law-II Insurance Law Taxation Law-II Trust & Equity

THIRTEENTH TRIMESTER

FOURTEENTH TRIMESTER

Conflict of Laws Optional Seminar-I Optional Seminar-II Optional Seminar-III

Litigation Advocacy-Clinical Course-II

Legal Practice (Professional Ethics) Optional Seminar-IV

Optional Seminar-V

Optional Seminar-VI

Litigation Advocacy-Clinical Course-II

FIFTEENTH TRIMESTER

Optional Seminar-VII

Litigation Advocacy (Clinical Course-II)

Optional Seminar-VIII Placement (Clinical Course-III)

For further details contact: Registrar

National Law School of India University Nagarbhavi, Bangalore - 560 242

Tel: +91 802321 3160,23160532/533/535 Fax: +91 8023160534

Website: www.nls.ac.in

E-mail: registrar@nls.ac.in

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NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad

ABOUT NALSAR

NALSAR University of Law was established under the Andhra Pradesh Act 34 of 1998. It is a fully residential University engaged in teaching and promoting research in law and its allied disciplines. The primary mission is to produce professionally competent lawyers and socially sensitive and responsible citizens of a civil society.

Objectives ofthe University:

• To evolve and impart comprehensive legal education and to achieve excellence.

• To promote advanced studies and research in all branches of law.

• To inculcate cultural, legal and ethical values with a view to foster rule of law and the objectives enshrined in the Constitution of India.

• To promote legal awareness in the community for greater socio economic justice.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY

The instruction is through lectures, seminars, simulated settings such as Moot Courts and Drama. Individuated and one to one interaction is encouraged. Study materials accompany instruction in each course to promote intensive and interactive learning.

Skills of reading, research, analysis and writing are developed through project assignments.

FACILITIES ON CAMPUS

NALSAR has four independent Halls of Residence for Boys and four for Girls with a common Dining Hall. Entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled including Halls of Residence. The Library has a rich collection of books, journals and e-databases. The University has an excellent Moot Court Hall and state of the art video conferencing facility. It also has a stadium with indoor and outdoor games facilities.

RESEARCH

Research enables learning, teaching and sound policy-making process. Research programmes at NALSAR aim at providing directions for policy making, on child rights, co-parcenary rights for women, environment protection and to establish wide ranging partnerships with different stakeholders across the country to influence formulation of policy, strengthening criminal justice and human rights.

INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE

NALSAR has signed Memorandum of Understandings with 16 Foreign Universities for exchange of students, Faculty and co-operative research in Australia, Canada, Germany, Israel, Singapore, Switzerland, The Netherlands, U.K. and U.S.A.

UNDER-GRADUATE PROGRAMME 5- YEAR B.A., LL.B. (Hons.)

ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible for admission, a candidate should have passed the 10 + 2 or equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate and should not be more than 20 year of age as on 151 Ju Iy, 2009 (22 years in case of SC / ST candidates, 25 years in case of Persons with Disability).

INTAKE AND RESERVATION

The total number of seats is 80 (EIGHTY).

The number of students to be admitted on the basis of CLAT-2009 is SEVENTY with the following reservations:

Category

Percentage

Seats

Scheduled Caste 15% 11
Scheduled Tribe 7.5% 5
Persons with Disability 3% 2
Women 30% 21 Horizontal TEN seats are allotted to Foreign Nationals. Only such candidates who possess citizenship of a country other than India shall be considered under this category. Foreign National need not take CLAT-2009 and may apply directly at NALSAR. The unfilled seats, if any, will be filled with General Category candidates in order of merit from the CLAT list.

The unfilled seats reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates are assigned to Scheduled Tribe candidates and vice-versa. If sufficient eligible SC and ST candidates are not available to fill such seats, they are reallocated to the candidates from general category in the same order of merit. If there are any vacant seats in the category of Persons with Disability those seats will be filled by candidates from General Category.

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FEE STRUCTURE

Tuition Fee

Campus Development Fund Fee Admission Fee

Student Welfare Fund Examination Fee

Reading Material Fee

Library Fee

Internet Fee

Electricity Charges

Sports and Games facilities Fee Journals Fee

Re-admission Fee

Repeat/ Improvement Examination Fee Re-registration Fee

Revaluation Fee

Room Rent

Mess Charges

Library Deposit*

Rs. 85,000/- per annum for Indian nationals, US $ 5,000 p.a. or its equivalent in Rupees for students from SAARC Countries, US $ 10,000 p.a. or its equivalent in Rupees for students from non- SAARC Countries (payable in one instalment)

Rs. 5,000/- (one time)

Rs.1,000/-(onetime)

Rs. 1,000/- p.a.

Rs. 2,000/- p.a.

Rs. 1,000/- p.a.

Rs. 2,000/- p.a.

Rs. 5,000/- p.a.

Rs. 3,000/- p.a.

Rs. 3,000/- p.a.

Rs. 2,000/- p.a.

Rs. 1,000/-

Rs. 500/- per course Rs. 2,500/- per course Rs. 1,000/- per course Rs. 12,000/- p.a.

Rs. 2,000/- p.m. approximately Rs.5,000/-

Hostel Deposit* Rs. 5,000 (Rs. 2,000/- for SC & ST candidates)

Mess Deposit* Rs.3,000/-

*Refundable Deposits Payable at the time of Admission Scholarships:

Liberal FinanceAssistance is provided to deserving and needy students admitted to the course.

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B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) - Curriculum
SEMESTER -I Course Credits SEMESTER-II Course Credits
Legal Methods 4 lo.. Law of Contracts - I 4
LawofTorts 3 m Sociology -I 3
(I)
English -I 3 > FamilyLaw-1 3
History -I 3 - History-II 3
Political Science-I 3 .!!l. Political Science-II 3
SEMESTER - III Course Credits SEMESTER - IV Course Credits
lo..
Law of Contracts -II 3 m Criminal Law-II 3
Sociology - II 3 (I) English-II 3
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Economics -I 3 "0 Economics -II 3
Criminal Law-I 3 s:::: Property Law 3
C\I
Family Law-II 4 Law and Poverty 3
SEMESTER-V Course Credits SEMESTER - VI Course Credits
Jurisprudence -I 4 lo.. Jurisprudence -II 3
m
Constitutional Law - I 3 (I) Constitutional Law - II 4
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Administrative Law 3 "0 International Law 3
Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation 3 lo.. Labour Law-I 3
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Law of Evidence 4 Clinic-I (Alternative Dispute Resolution) 6
SEMESTER - VII Course Credits SEMESTER- VIII Course Credits
Intellectual Property Law 4 lo.. Banking and Finance 3
Environmental Law (including Lawsforthe protection of the m Taxation -I 3
(I)
Wild Lifeand other Living Creatures including Animal Welfare) 4 > Insurance 3
Corporate Law - I 3 .s:::: Clinic-II (Trial &AppellateAdvocacy and Drafting,
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Labour Law - II 3 o::t Pleading & Conveyancing) 6
Judicial Process and Statutory Interpretation 3 Corporate Law - II 3
SEMESTER - IX Course Credits SEMESTER-X
International Trade Law 3 lo.. Human Rights, International Humanitarian
Taxation -II 3 m Law & Refugee Law 4
(I)
Clinic-III (Legal aid and Para Legal Services) 6 > Consumer Laws 3
Seminar Course-I 6 .s:::: Private International Law 3
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POST-GRADUATE PROGRAMME ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible for admission to the 2-year LL.M. Degree Programme, a candidate should have passed the LL.B. / B.L. Degree or an equivalent degree from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks in the aggregate.

INTAKE AND RESERVATION

The intake for the course will be a maximum of SIXTY with the following reservations:

Category Percentage Seats

Scheduled Caste 15% 9
Scheduled Tribe 7.5% 5
Persons with Disability 3% 2 SPECIALISATIONS OFFERED

Each candidate must choose an area of specialisation from the following:

Human Rights Insurance Laws

Environment Law Constitutional Law

Intellectual Property Criminal Law

Corporate Law and Governance International Trade and Business Laws

(including International Business)

Note: A subject specialisation will be offered subject to availability of faculty and sufficient number of students opting for it.

FEE STRUCTURE

Tuition Fee

Academic Support Services Fee Admission Fee

Examination Fee

Library Fee

Internet Fee

Electricity Charges

Sports and Games facilities Fee Journals Fee

Dissertation Fee

Re-registration Fee

Repeat / Improvement Examination Fee Room Rent

Library Deposit *

Hostel Deposit *

Rs. 65,000/- p.a. for Indian Nationals (in two equal installments to be paid at the beginning of each semester) US $ 2000 each year or its equivalent in Indian Rupees for Foreign Nationals

Rs. 3,000/- p.a. in two equal installments Rs. 1,000/- one time payment

Rs. 200/- per course

Rs. 2,000/- p.a.

Rs. 5,000/- p.a.

Rs. 3,000/- p.a.

Rs. 3,000/-p.a.

Rs. 2,000/-p.a.

Rs.500/-

Rs. 2,500/- per course Rs. 500/- per course Rs. 12,000/- p.a. Rs.3,000/-

Rs. 5,000/- (Rs. 2,000/- for SC/ST)

Mess Deposit * Rs. 3,000/-

*Refundable Deposits Payable at the time of Admission Note: Fees paid shall not be refunded.

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LL.M. - Curriculum

SEMESTER -I

Course Credits

1.1 Comparative Jurisprudence 2
1.2 Comparative Constitutional Law 2
1.3 Teaching Methods and
Research Methodology 2
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1.4 Public International Law 2 CO
(including International Institutions) ~
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SEMESTER - II Course Credits
2.1 Optional Area - Paper - I 3
2.2 Seminar - I 4
2.3 Optional Area - Paper - II 3
2.4 Seminar - II 4 SEMESTER - III Course Credits
3.1 Optional Area - Paper - III 3
3.2 Seminar -III 4
3.3 Optional Area - Paper - IV 3
3.4 Seminar -IV 4
L...
SEMESTER - IV Course Credits co
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4 Dissertation 6 "'"
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Viva Voce
Teaching
Assignments For further details contact: Registrar

NALSAR University of Law 3-4-761, Barkatpura, Hyderabad - 500 027. Tel. : 040 - 2349 8105/104/108

Fax: 08418 - 245161 /245174

Website: www.nalsar.ac.in

E-mail: admissions@nalsar.ac.in

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National Law Institute University, Bhopal

INTRODUCTION

National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLlU) has been conceived in an iconoclastic mould as a realization of the need to impart quality legal education supported by appropriate research and training to cope up with the challenges of the new world order. It was established by the Rashtriya Vidhi Sansthan Vishwavidyalaya Adhiniyam, 1997, an Act of the Madhya Pradesh State Legislature. NLiU is recognized by the University Grants Commission and the Bar Council of India. NLiU has the following objectives:

i. dissemination of learning and knowledge of law and legal processes and their role in nation building;

ii. innovative interdisciplinary programs;

iii. a system of active learning through high level of teacher student interaction and continuous internal assessment;

iv. co-ordination with the Bar, Bench, academia and industry in planning socially and professionally relevant programs, and

v. collaboration with leading national and international institutions of repute.

The Chief Justice of India is the Visitor of NLiU. The Chief Justice of the High Court of M.P. is the Chairman General Council. The General Council comprises of the Attorney General of India, the Advocate General of the State of M.P., the Chairman of the University Grants Commission, the Chairman of the State Bar Council of M.P. and other distinguished scholars and members of the bar. The students and teachers of the University hail from each every corner of India representing the true national character. We the students and teachers have distinguished ourselves academically and professionally both at the national and international level. We have been placed at number three in the top ten law universities of India.

Our VISION is to make NLiU one of the best centers of legal education, training and research in the world. Our MISSION is to develop and nurture the intellects for the betterment of the Nation and Humanity through Law and justice.

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The University is located near Kerwa Dam. The distance of the University from Bhopal and Habib Ganj Railway Stations is 14 and 13 Kilometers respectively. Bhopal Airport is situated at a distance of 23 Kilometers. The climate of Bhopal is moderate throughout the year. The city is known for its beautiful lakes, symbolizing quiet splendor and solitude offering an environment for learning and development of fertile minds. Bhopal is host to a number of educational institutions of national and international repute. Prominent among them are National Judicial Academy, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Makhanlal Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, National Teachers Training Institute, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology and NCERT's Regional Institute of Education and the Institute of Science, Education and Research. The recently established Rajiv Gandhi National Cyber Law Centre and MHRD IPR Chair have further enriched the academic life at NLiU. The University has a well developed infrastructure, namely, the Gyan Mandir (Library), Cyber Network Centre, Academic block, Administrative Complex, Halls of residence and Faculty Chambers etc. In order to carry out research, training and consultancy in certain emerging areas, NLiU has established the following Centres of Excellence.

Name of Centers Chair Persons

1. Law,Governance Dr. U.P. Singh

and Human Rights

2. Criminal Justice Prof. (Dr.) G.S. Bajpai

Administration

3. Gender and Health Law Dr. RakaArya

4. Science, Technology Dr. Ghayur Alam

and Law

5. Environmental Law Mr. Rajiv Kumar Khare

6. Business and Prof. (Dr.) S. Surya Prakash

Commercial Law

7. Law, Language & Culture Prof.(Dr. )Mukesh Srivastava

8. Socio-Legal Studies Mr. Tapan R. Mohanty

9. WTO Studies Mr. C. Rajasekhar

10. Clinical Legal Education Ms. Kavita Singh

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We have recently launched sponsored training programs in the areas of Consumer Protection Laws, Foundational Training for Public Prosecutors, and Legal Research Methods. We are actively engaged in conducting research and consultancy projects. To name a few we may mention projects sponsored by Government of M.P., M. P. State Biodiversity Board, Bureau of Police Research and Development, M.H.A, New Delhi, ICSSR, New Delhi, UGC New Delhi, UNICEF etc.

B.A., LL.B (Hons.) Program: Five-Year Integrated Course

We follow interdisciplinary teaching of law. Case method, clinical legal education, moot court competition, client counseling skills, language and computer skills form an integral part of learning at the BA ,LL.B.(Hons.) level. We also offer seminar courses in various emerging areas to cultivate the research and presentation skills in the students. We are in the process of reform of legal education. Efforts are being made to make the curriculum more suitable to the needs, challenges and opportunities of legal education in twenty first century.

Category

M.P. States Seats

Open

Female

ELIGIBILITY

(a) No candidate shall be eligible for admission unless he/she has passed the class-12th examination in the 10+2 scheme or its equivalent in Science, Arts, Commerce or any other discipline and has secured in the aggregate not less than 50% of the total marks in the grand total of all papers except additional papers, in the said examination. However, in the case of candidates belonging to SC, ST or OBC category, the minimum percentage of marks for eligibility shall be 45% of the total marks in the grand total of all papers except additional papers at the class 12th examination, and

(b) The candidates seeking admission must not have attained 20 years of age as on July 1, 2009. Relaxation of Two years is permitted for candidates belonging to SC/ST and OBC categories.

INTAKEAND RESERVATION

The NLiU admits 82 students for its BA, LL.B (Hons.) program. Out of these 82 seats, 41 seats are for All India candidates and remaining 41 seats are for the residents of Madhya Pradesh to be filled up through Common Law Admission Test. The following chart illustrates the distribution of seats as per the reservation rules:

All India Seats

Total

Open

Female

Total

SC 4 2 6 4 2 6
ST 5 2 7 5 2 7
OBC 4 2 6 - - -
Persons with Disabilities 1 - 1 1 - 1
Unreserved 14 7 21 19 8 27
Total 28 13 41 29 12 41 Note: Seats shown for women are the minimum, they can be offered more seats, if they find place in merit, as it is horizontal reservation.

For further details regarding reservation rules, domicile requirements (in case of residents of M.P.) the candidates are advised to contact the Registrar, NLiU (0755-2696812) orvisit the website www.nliu.com.

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FEE STRUCTURE S.No.

Amount (in Rs.) per annum

1. Tuition Fee

2. Admission Fee

3. Examination Fee

(Excluding RepeaURe-Repeat Exam Fee Rs. 150/- per paper maximum upto Rs.500/- )

49,500/- 4,500/- 1,500/-

4. Development Fee 2,000/-
5. Library Fee 2,500/-
6. Establishment Fee 6,000/-
7. Reading Material Fee 6,000/-
8. Computer Lab Fee 5,000/-
9. Other AcademicActivities Fee 2,500/-
10. Amenities 2,500/-
11. Journal Fee 500/-
12. Caution Deposit (Refundable) 3,500/-
Total 86,000/- Note: Fees once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances. The University has the power to revise the fee structure from time to time.

Hostel Charges

1. Mess Charges

2. Room Rent, Water and Electricity Charges Total

20,000/- 9,000/- 29,000/-

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FEE CONCESSIONS

As per the order communicated by Department of Tribal & Scheduled Caste Welfare, Government of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal, the candidates belonging to SC/ST and OBC categories of Madhya Pradesh are entitled to the exemption from payment of fee. For further details the eligible candidates are advised to contact the Registrar, NLiU (0755-2696812) orvisit the website www.nliu.com

COURSES OF STUDY AND EXAMINATION

For details about courses of study and examination seewww.nliu.com

LL.M. Programme

The University offers LL.M. Courses in the following three streams:

1. LL.M. in the area of: (a) Business Law

INTAKEAND RESERVATION Category

(b) Environmental Law (c) Constitution & Administrative Law (d) Criminal Law. The courses in the above mentioned specializations will be offered according to the availability of the faculty and the numberofseats in each of the above areas will be determined by the University at the time of admission.

2. LL.M. in Human Rights

3. LL.M. in Law, Science & Technology

ELIGIBILITY

The candidate should have secured an LL.B. degree or its equivalent from a recognized University, having obtained not less than 55% marks in the aggregate (50% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC).

LL.M. General

LL.M. in Law, Science & Technology

LL.M. in Human Rights

SC (16%) 2 2 2
ST(20%) 3 3 3
OBC (14%) only for Candidates domiciled in M.P 2 2 2
General 8 8 8
For Professionals - 5* -
Total 15 20 15 *Seats are reserved for candidates who have five years of working experience in Human Rights Organization and are sponsored by their parent organization.

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FEE STRUCTURE

Amount in (Rs.) 35,000/- 3,500/- 5,000/- 6,000/-

500/- per paper 2,500/- 6,000/- 5,000/- 2,500/- 2,500/- 3,500/-

1. Tuition Fee

2. Admission Fee (Payable at the time of admission)

3. Examination Fee

4. Reading Material Fee

5. Repeat Examination

6. Library Fee

7. Establishment Fee

8. Computer Lab Fee

9. Other AcademicActivities

10. Sports Fee

11. Caution Money (Refundable )one time

12. Miscellaneous Fees (Payable in the fourth Semester) i. Convocation Fee-in person

ii. In absentia

iii. Transcript Fee

iv. Provisional Certificate Fee v. Migration Certificate Fee vi. Duplicate Certificate Fee Total:

1,000/- 2,000/- 500/- 500/- 500/- 500/-

77,000/-

Note:

1. Fees once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances. The University has the power to revise the fee structure from time to time.

2. For Rules relating fee concessions, contact the Registrar, NLiU orvisitthewebsitewww.nliu.com

3. Please see paragraph 2.1.4 above for Hostel Charges

COURSES OF STUDY AND EXAMINATION

Fordetails of the courses of study and examination seewww.nliu.com

For further details contact: Registrar

National Law Institute University Kerwa Dam Road, Bhopal - 462044.

Ph: 0755-2696965, 2696705

Website: www.nliu.com

E-mail: cmgarg5@gmail.com

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The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata was established under the WBNUJS Act, 1999 (West Bengal Act IX of 1999). It is a university within the meaning of subsection (f) of Section 2 and Section 12-B of the UGC Act, 1956 and has permanent affiliation from the Bar Council of India. The Chief Justice of India is the Chancellor of the University and Chairman of its highest governing body, the General Council.

LOCATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE

The University is located on prime land in the much sought after Salt Lake City of Kolkata, overseeing the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass. The campus has one academic and three residential blocks, two seven storied halls of residence for girls and boys each and a two-storied staff accommodation cum Guest House. The academic block, named after Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, is a four-storied majestic edifice in stone, having 105 rooms in all. It has everything a modern University ought to have small and big class rooms, seminar halls, conference rooms, a wellstocked air-conditioned library with access to leading legal treaties and books and all major online internet services for law and other related social science subjects, as well as the facility to download, print and photocopy any materials. The NUJS campus also includes a bank, a canteen, state-of theart kitchens at the hostels, health care, sports facilities including a gym and various other recreational facilities. All student hostels are wired with Internet access and ERNET is currently upgrading the university network to provide the latest technology, including wireless facility. An airconditioned auditorium with the seating capacity of approximately six hundred persons is also available for special and endowment lectures, conferences, convocation, cultural activities and any other activity organized for the entire body of the University as well as other invitees.

LEGAL EDUCATION

NUJS strives to offer the best in legal education in order to prepare its graduates for the diverse spheres of litigation, corporate legal practice, legal academia and legal research, social service and public leadership. It offers various academic programmes including popular five-year integrated BA/B.Sc. LL.B. (Hons.), two-year LL.M. general and special, M.Phil, Ph.D and LL.D. degree programmes. It also offers several diploma and certificates programmes through distant, contact and regular classroom instructions. A one-year LL.M programme, two-year double degree programme (LL.M/MA) in Law and Public Policy are also in offing. The students are taught through innovative pedagogic techniques including the Socratic Method in two semesters of equal duration followed by examination at the end of each semester. In each semester and in each course every

student undergoes rigorous training and skills learning through projects, viva voce, moot courts participation and several other intensive activities. At the end of each semester every student interns in diverse sites of legal activity, prominently in the law firms and offices of senior counselor judges of superior courts. Grading of results is done on an eight-point scale.

The students are also encouraged to participate in serious research and writing and learning editorial skills through the medium of two law journals, NUJS Law Review and NUJS Juridical Review of which the former appears quarterly while the later appears annually.

ALL ROUND EDUCATION

While the key focus is on academics, NUJS also encourages its students to participate in extracurricular activities such as quizzes and debates, cultural activities such as music and dance and sporting activities such as cricket, football and volleyball. NUJS believes that it is only such a holistic legal education that can create the well rounded leaders of tomorrow.

Within the short span of its life, NUJS students have earned all round excellence and are already placed in prominent positions all over the globe in law firms, both national and international, corporations and academic institutions. Students have enviable track records in the field of mooting and debating, have regular publications in peerreviewed journals of international repute and are known for their outreach community services and legal aid activities. The number of NUJS students that make it to the Ivy League Universities of the West such as Harvard and Oxford had been increasing each year. Indeed, the student recruitment committee at NUJS boasts of a 100% recruitment success rate.

FACULTY

NUJS has an excellent faculty with a good mix of young and experienced scholars. Many scholars of international repute from within and outside the country also visit the University to give short as well as regular courses and special lectures on diverse subjects. The University has also entered into memorandum of understanding with several premier institutions in the East and the West for academic exchange of students and faculty. It also has several endowment chairs held by eminent scholars ..

FEES

Despite being able to achieve a high level of academic ambience, the NUJS has maintained a relatively modest fee structure. It further seeks to ensure that no student is forced to discontinue studies on account of financial constraints. With generous donations of individuals and institutions, the University has built up Scholarship Fund, proceeds of which

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are disbursed to students every year on need basis. The alumni of the NUJS have also instituted a scholarship. Arrangements are in place for students of NUJS to secure educational loans from any Bank of their choice on mutually agreeable terms. The Indian Bank has special package for the NUJS students to facilitate speedy loan sanction at softer rate of interest without any collateral.

TOWARDS CREATING LEADERSAND SOCIAL ENGINEERS

NUJS perceives legal education as a potent instrument that will help bring about improved social order contributing in turn to national development. Globalisation has thrown up new challenges and newer issues of concern. NUJS expects students to adequately arm themselves to combat these challenges in mission mode. The standards set in NUJS are already very high. Those who join NUJS are expected not only to sustain, but also to improve upon these standards. NUJS promises the best return on their dedication, hard labour and committed efforts. In all, the NUJS experience will enable students to think out of the box and equip them with

FEES STRUCTURE

skills necessary to transform them into the social engineers and leaders of tomorrow.

B.A.lB.SC., LL.B (Hons.) Programme

Total number and allocation of seats across categories

Category LL.B.

General 78
Scheduled Caste 15
Scheduled Tribe 08
Physically Challenged 02
Foreign Nationals 04
Sponsored by Non-Resident Indians 18 In Case of non-availability of students of reserved Foreign Nationals category, the seats are treated as unreserved.

FIRST YEAR (NEW ENTRANTS) Admission Fee

Semester Fee

NRI/Foreign Students

Other Students

Examination Fee

Library Fee

Computer Fee

Student Welfare Fee

Development Fee

Composite (Hostel) Fee

Adjustable (Hostel) Deposit

Refundable Deposit SECONDYEAR&SUBSEQUENTYEARS Semester Fee

NRI/Foreign Students OtheStudents

Examination Fee

Placement Fee

Computer Fee

Student Welfare Fee

Development Fee

Composite (Hostel) Fee

Adjustable (Hostel) Deposit

Library Fee FIRSTYEAR&SUBSEQUENTYEARS Semester Fee

NRI/Foreign Students

Other Students

Composite (Hostel) Fee

Adjustable (Hostel) Deposit

(Subject to Revision as to be decided by University authorities)

I SEMESTER LL. B.

Rs. 1000

$1500
Rs. 15000
Rs. 1000
Rs. 5000
Rs. 3000
Rs. 3000
Rs. 5000
Rs. 6000
Rs. 12500
Rs. 10000
Monsoon Semester LL. B. $1500
Rs. 15000
Rs. 1000
Rs. 500
Rs. 3000
Rs. 3000
Rs. 5000
Rs. 6000
Rs. 12500
Rs. 5000
Wi nter Semester LL. B.
$1500
Rs. 15000
Rs. 6000
Rs. 12500 NUJS - Kolkata

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COURSE CURRICULUM I YEAR

MONSOON

Legal Method and introduction to Indian Legal System Torts I

Indian Legal and Constitutional History Principles of Economics I

Contracts I

II YEAR

FamilyLaw I Jurisprudence

Criminal Law I (Indian Penal Code) Constitutional Law I (Fundamental Rights) Sociology II

III YEAR

Administrative Law

Science, Technology and Law Evidence

Property Law

Optional Seminar Course (1)

IVYEAR

Intellectual Property Law I

Interpretation of Statue/ Equity Trust Specific Relief Agricultural and Local Self Governmental Law Corporate Law II (Competition and Securities Law) Optional Seminar Course (3)

VYEAR

Clinicl

Law of Indirect Taxation Optional Seminar Course (5) Optional Seminar Course (6) Optional Seminar Course (7)

WINTER

Torts II

Contracts II

Political Science

Sociology I EconomicAnalysis of Law II

Constitutional Law II Criminal Law - II

(Criminal Procedure Code)

Family Law II

Civil Procedure

Public International Law

Corporate Law-I (Company Law) Labour Law

Environmental Law

Human Rights Law

Optional Seminar Course (2)

Intellectual Property Law II

Banking and Negotiable InstrumentAct World Trade Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution Optional Seminar Course (4)

Clinicll

Law of Direct Taxation Optional Seminar Course (8) Optional Seminar Course (9) Optional Seminar Course (10)

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LL.M. Programme

Total number and allocation of seats across categories:

Category

LL.M.

General

08

Foreign Nationals

02

FEE STRUCTURE

FIRST YEAR (NEW ENTRANTS) Admission Fee

Semester Fee

NRI/Foreign Students

Other Students

Examination Fee

Library Fee

Computer Fee

Student Welfare Fee

Development Fee

Composite (Hostel) Fee

Adjustable (Hostel) Deposit

Refundable Deposit

SECONDYEAR&SUBSEQUENTYEARS Semester Fee

NRI/Foreign Students Other Students Examination Fee Placement Fee

Computer Fee

Student Welfare Fee Development Fee Composite (Hostel) Fee Adjustable (Hostel) Deposit Library Fee

FIRST YEAR & SUBSEQUENTYEARS Semester Fee

NRI/Foreign Students Other Students Composite (Hostel) Fee Adjustable (Hostel) Deposit

(Subject to Revision as to be decided by University authorities)

I SEMESTER LL.M.

Rs.1000

$500
Rs. 5000
Rs. 1000
Rs. 5000
Rs. 3000
Rs. 3000
Rs. 5000
Rs. 6000
Rs.12500 Rs.10000 Monsoon Semester LL.M.

$500
Rs. 5000
Rs. 1000
Rs. 500
Rs. 3000
Rs. 3000
Rs. 5000
Rs. 6000
Rs.12500 Rs. 5000 Winter Semester LL.M.

$500 Rs. 5000 Rs .6000 Rs.12500

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COURSE CURRICULUM

First

Law & Social Change Jurisprudence Constitutional Law &

Second

Third

Fourth

Optional Seminar Course (1) Optional Seminar Course (5)

Optional Seminar Course (2) Optional Seminar Course (6) Dissertation

Optional Seminar Course (3) Optional Seminar Course (7)

Human rights Jurisprudence

Research Methodology Optional Seminar Course (4) Optional Seminar Course (8)

For further details contact: Registrar

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences Dr. Ambedkar Bhavan, 12, LB Block, Sector III,

Salt Lake City, Kolkata - 700098

T:(+91)33-2335 0534/7379/0765/2806/2809/2811/2812 F:(+91)33-2335 7422/0511 GRAM: JURAVARSITY Website: www.nujs.edu

E-mail: nujs@vsnl.com.nujs@caI3.vsnl.netin nujsadmission.2008@gmail.com

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National Law University, Jodhpur

B.B.A.(Hons.), LL.B. (Hons);

B.Sc. (Technology)(Hons.), LL.B. (Hons.) B.P.Sc. (Hons.), LL.B. (Hons.)

In less than a decade National Law University, Jodhpur has evolved as India's premier Law School with a distinct experimentation in integrated researchoriented learning. The National Law University, Jodhpur was established in 1999 by an enactment of Rajasthan State Legislature and became functional in 2001.

The University provides platforms for multidisciplinary interface and has its characteristic value in terms of the faculty, enterprising students, international and national academic affiliations, support facilities and industry partnerships besides the study of law and its integration with other disciplines such as Management, Science, Technology and Policy Sciences, proving it to be a truly world class Law School. Towards the accomplishment of goal of integrated learning, the University has established four Faculties of learning namely; Faculty of Policy Sciences, Faculty of Management Studies, Faculty of Sciences and Faculty of Law with the objective to produce lawyers who can operate globally with a strong foundation in their respective areas of specialization.

The University offers unique five year integrated undergraduate 'Double Honors' programs i.e. B.B.A.(Hons.),LL.B.(Hons.); B.P.Sc.(Hons.), LL.B. (Hons.); B.Sc. (Tech nology)(Hons.), LL. B. (Hons.). 'Double Honors' in distinct stream courses as well as in Law is designed with global perspectives and delivered at world-class standards such as to generate especially skilled global legal professionals.

Over the years increasing expertise and expectancy has led to the formation of various specialized centers for studies and research in the fields of Insurance, Banking and Financial Institutions, Agriculture and Law, Human Rights, IPR, Criminal Law, WTO, Taxation, Regional Economic Groupings and Capital Market where Students have immense opportunities to gain from exchange of ideas with the Academicia and the corporate world besides developing their abilities to make decisions, cultivate research abilities and explore lateral and vertical

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pursuit of studies. The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India has also instituted the Chair on Intellectual Property Rights at the National Law University, Jodhpur during the 11th Five Year Plan to promote teaching and research in Intellectual Property Rights.

The University provides a platform for a sound balance of academic learning, recreational atmosphere and academic support along with Faculty Mentorship to the students, 1:5 teacher-student ratio, 1:1 computer compliance, multidisciplinary interactive teaching learning processes, cultural awareness, continuing endeavors of innovative teaching-learning methods which include learning through Court Room dialectics and dynamics; self-learning through individual and collective projects, well researched and documented dissertations; and, importantly, learning through experimentation in laboratories, all being distinct and unique features of the University.

At NLU, after five days of rigorous and innovative classroom teaching in a week, on each Saturday, lectures by experts of national and international repute are organized on regular basis.

Being located on the outskirts of the city of Jodhpur on the highway towards Western Rajasthan, the University campus provides a perfect backdrop and conducive environment for professional learning. The central focal point of the University campus are the School Buildings which house an extensively documented library, a computer lab, twelve airconditioned multimedia equipped Wi-Fi connected lecture theatres that provide instant global connectivity, conference and meeting rooms, Wi-Fi connectivity through out the campus and 24 hour availability of the internet at 4Mbps speed and an up coming auditorium with a seating capacity of 500.

NLU has well equipped Moot Court Halls to familiarize students with the courtroom atmosphere long before their actual arrival on the legal scene to inculcate the skill of correct researching, in depth analysis of precedents and excellent oratory skills. The list of rewards and accolades won by our talented and dynamic students is long and impressive. They zealously prepare, participate and win in notable national and international moot court competitions,

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parliamentary debates, legal fests, seminars, conferences symposiums and also in sports & cultural activities.

At NLU, basic needs of students are catered to with a range of services for comfortable stay on campus. The University campus comprises offive Boys and four Girls Halls of Residences with single seated rooms; equipped with cable connection, campus LAN and the Internet. Designed to foster academic and social activities, the common mess, with a surrounding green garden and cafeteria is a meeting place for the students. Essential services like laundry and housekeeping are also provided in Halls of residences. University also provides facilities for various indoor and outdoor sports and a well-equipped gymnasium with separate trainers for boys and girls Halls of Residences. The University also has Security Officers to ensure the safety of the members of the NLU community and Health & Care facilities to take care of each student.

NLU has an elaborate Internship program with reputed law firms, corporate houses, Judges, leading lawyers, financial institutions and NGOs for students to achieve the objective of imbibing practical knowledge on applicability of law and "learning law in action". The learning, exposure and experience our students receive in the course of their education makes them highly marketable commodities in the legal and commercial market of India & abroad and we proudly claim almost 100% on campus placement for all our outgoing batches. Some of our students' quest for knowledge has also led them to eminent foreign universities for higher studies.

B.B.A. (Hons.), LL.B., (Hons.) provides an integrated understanding of the interrelationship of Management Studies and Law in their entirety. The Honors course covers a vast domain of the contemporary areas of relevance and provides the students with an opportunity to equip themselves with the latest and emerging demands of the market. B.Sc. (Technology) (Hons.), LL.B., (Hons.) is an integrated program designed to provide intensive

knowledge of contemporary technologies, having direct correlation with upcoming techno-legal disputes and IPR issues. The Course is designed to prepare specialized techno-legal professionals. NLU is the only Law University in the country, which has well equipped Science laboratories comprising of Electronic and Communication, Computers, Chemistry and Life Science (biotech) Laboratories. B.P'Sc., (Hons.), LL.B., (Hons.) has been designed in accordance with the changing nature of socio-economic conditions of the society. The courses have been selected and structured to add further value to the Law Courses along with providing an in-depth knowledge of Public Policy and Analysis to the students.

INTAKE AND RESERVATION

The intake capacity of all the three undergraduate degree programs i.e., B.BA (Hons.), LL.B. (Hons.), B.Sc. Technology(Hons.), LL.B.(Hons), and B.P.Sc.(Hons.), LL.B.(Hons) put together, shall be Hundred (100). Students shall be allotted their choice of course stream as per their preferences.

Category

Percentage

SC 15%
ST 7.5%
Physically Challenged 3% (in each category) N LU - Jodhpur

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FEE STRUCTURE

Admission Fee

Semester Fee

Internet Charges

Support Service Charges Rent of Halls of Residence

Library Security (Refundable) Mess Security (Refundable) Hostel Security (Refundable) Laboratory Fee

Journal Fee

Multi media and Library Fee

Examination Fee

Placement Fee

Gym and Sports Fee

Total for Science Students

Total for Other Students

Rs.1 0,000/- Foreign/NRI Students US$ 400 (One Time) Rs.35,000/- Foreign/NRI Students US$ 1,800 (Per Semester) Rs. 6,000/- Foreign/NRI Students US $ 300 PerYear

Rs. 6,000/- Foreign/NRI Students US$ 300Per Semester Rs. 12000/- Foreign/NRI Students (PerYear)

Rs. 5,000/- Foreign/NRI Students Rs. 5,000/- (One Time) Rs. 3,000/- Foreign National Rs. 3,000/- (One Time)

Rs. 3,000/- Foreign Nationals Rs. 3,000/- (One Time)

Rs. 2,000/- Foreign Nationals Rs. 2,000/- Per Semester Rs.1 00/- Foreign Nationals Rs. 100/- PerYear

Rs. 1500/- Foreign Nationals Rs. 1500/- Per Semester Rs. 1,000/- Foreign Nationals Rs. 1,000/- Per Semester Rs. 500/- Foreign Nationals Rs. 500/- Per Semester

Rs. 500/- Foreign Nationals Rs. 500/- Per Semester

Rs. 85,600/- (Eighty Five Thousand Six Hundred Only) Rs. 83,600/- (EightyThree Thousand Six Hundred Only)

DISTRIBUTION OF COURSES

Compulsory Courses

BBA (Hons), LL.B.(Hons)

B.Sc.(Technology) (Hons.), LL.B.(Hons)

I Semester

B.P.Sc., (Hons.), LL.B. (Hons)

General English Business Mathematics Electronic Devices, Principles of
Law of Torts, Consumer Principles of Circuits and Economics
Protection & MV Management and IC Technology Political Theory and
Accident Claims Business Communications Concepts of Chemistry Organization
Legal Methods and Principles of Accounting Introductory Biotechnology Logic and Legal
Legal Research and Cell Biology Reasoning
Compulsory Courses BBA (Hons), B.Sc.(Technology) B.P.Sc., (Hons.),
LL.B.(Hons) (Hons.), LL.B.(Hons) LL.B. (Hons) II Semester

Legal Language Organizational Behavior Digital Electronics: Macro Economics
(English II) Quantitative Techniques Microprocessors and Political Philosophy
Constitutional and Business Interfaces (Western Political
Governance I Statistics Techniques of Chemistry Thought)
General Principles of Cost and Management Tools and Techniques of Political & Constitutional
Contracts Accounting Biotechnology History of India N LU - Jodhpur

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Constitutional Governance II Law of Special Contracts

Crimes & Punishment I (IPC related Offences)

Crime and

Punishments II (Cr.P.C.) CPC, Limitation Act & Specific Relief Act Family Law I

Family Law II General Principles of Company Law

Law of Evidence Administrative Law

Property Law General Principles of Taxation

Accounting

Law, Justice & Information

Public International Law Environment Law Interpretation of Statutes and Professional Ethics Hons I

Hons II

Jurisprudence

(Schools and Concepts) Labor Law I

Hons III

Hons IV

General Principles of IPR

Compulsory Courses Arbitration and ADR Labor Law II

Private International Law

Pleading, Drafting & Conveyancing Seminar Course Seminar Course

Managerial Economics Financial Management Human Resources Management

Financial Audit Marketing Management Performance Management

Service Marketing Compensation Management

Retail Management Principles & Practices of Banking

Financial Markets and Financial Systems

Strategic Management

III Semester

Telecom Engineering Fundamentals, Data

& Wireless Communication Polymer Chemistry Genetics, Immunology & Molecular Biotechnology

IV Semester

Programming Fundamentals & Data Base Management System Physical Pharmacy Microbial Biotechnology & Fermentation Technology

V Semester

Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Plant and Animal Biotechnology

VI Semester

Information Theory, Coding and Network Programming Pharmaceutical Chemistry

VII Semester

Genetic Engineering and Genomics

VIII Semester

Internet, E-Commerce, Multimedia tools

and Information System Security

IX Semester

Hons

Hons V Hons VI

X Semester Hons VII Hons VIII

General Sociology Public Policy and Analysis

General Psychology and Consumer Behavior

Taxation and Fiscal Economics

Indian Society Bureaucracy and Public Management

Economics of Human Resource Development Issues in Indian Politics

Social and Industrial Psychology International Relations & Organizations

Economics of International Relations

Contemporary Debates in Applied Ethics

Optional

International Economic Law/International Taxation

Law of Infrastructural DevelopmenULaw of Agriculture

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HONORS COURSES: (08)

Intellectual Property Rights: (i) Patent Right Creation & Registration (ii) Patent Drafting and Specification Writing (iii) Copy right, Trade Mark, Design & other forms of IPR creation &Registration (iv) IP Valuation, Management & Audit (v) Life patent & Biodiversity protection (vi) IPR in Pharma Technology (vii) IPR Litigation/Farmer's and Breeder's Rights (viii) IPR in IT, Electronics & Communication

Business Law: (i) Law and Economics (ii) Banking Law (iii) Corporate Governance (iv) Information Technology and Law (v) Mergers and Acquisitions (vi) Investment Law (vii) Competition Law (viii) Insurance Law

Constitutional Law: (i) Service Law (ii) Media and Law (iii) Local Self Government including Panchayat Administration (iv) Citizenship and Emigration Law (v) Right to Information (vi) Comparative Constitution (vii) Fiscal Responsibility and Management (viii)AffirmativeAction and Discriminative Justice

Trade Law: (i) International Trade Economics (ii) General Agreement on Tariff and Trade (iii) Dumping and Countervailing Duty (iv) Trade in Services and Emigration Law (v) Trade in Agriculture (vi) Dispute Resolution Mechanisms (vii) Trade in Intellectual Property (viii) International Banking and Finance

International Law: (i) International Environmental Law (ii) International Organizations (iii) Regional Agreements and Regionalization (iv) International Dispute Redressal Mechanisms (v) Law of International Lakes, Canals, Rivers and Seas (vi) International Criminal Law (vii) International Human Rights Law (viii) Law relating to Polar Regions and Outer Space

For various Post Graduate Courses, please contact the Registrar, or visit the website: www.nlujodhpur.ac.in

For further details contact: Registrar

National Law University NH-65, Nagaur Road,

Mandor, Jodhpur - 342 304 (Rajasthan)

Ph. No. 0291-2577530, Fax No.: 0291-2577540 Website: www.nlujodhpur.ac.in

E-mail: nlu-jod-rj@nic.in

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Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur

ABOUTHNLU

Hidayatullah National Law University is recognized by the University Grants Commission and has been declared fit to receive central assistance. The University is also recognized by the Bar Council of India.

Hon'ble Mr. Justice K.G. Balakrishnan, Chief Justice of India is the Visitor of the University, Hon'ble Mr. Justice Rajeev Gupta, Chief Justice of the High Court of Chhattisgarh is the Chancellor and Prof. (Dr.) M.K. Srivastava is the Vice-Chancellor of the University.

Currently, the University functions from a classical heritage building adjacent to the Raj Bhawan in the heart of the city.

The new campus of the University is being constructed at village Uperwara, about 22 kms. from the City Campus. The sprawling new campus is built over 65 acres of land abutting a beautiful lake and is located in a serene and pollution free environment.

The academic block consists of three-storied library with air conditioned reading hall and a fully airconditioned computer lab equipped with 150 computers. The academic block also houses the State-of-the-art Moot Court Halls carefully designed to match the standards of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India and the High Courts. The entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled.

The air-conditioned class rooms fitted with modern teaching aids such as DLP Projectors, Interactive

Boards, etc. create quality academic environment. It also has a state-of art Conference Hall and an aesthetically designed amphitheatre.

The Halls of Residence at the new campus is constructed to provide single room accommodation to each student.

HNLU has a team of competent, dedicated and internationally trained faculty members to advance professional knowledge to the students. International standards are maintained in designing and teaching the course and the student is shaped completely into a professional during his stay in the University. The continuous assessment of the student helps in an honest evaluation of the true potential of students. The student-teacher ratio is one of the best in the country.

CAMPUS RECRUITMENT

HNLU has created a record by placing all the students of the first batch through the campus recruitment programme. The recruiters are Amarchand Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co., Anand & Anand, Axis Bank, AZB & Partners, Bajaj Allianz, Corporate Law Group, Dave and Girish & Co., Desai and Diwanji, DSK Legal, Dua & Associates, Grant Thornton, Human Rights Law Network, ICICI Bank, ILF Advocates, IndusLaw, Iyer and Soonawala, Khaitan & Co., Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan, Vaish & Associates, Majmudar & Co., Mind Crest, Nishith Desai Associates, P&A Law Offices, Pangea3, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Quislex, SDD Global, Talwar Thakore and Associates, Wadia Ghandy & Co., Zeus Law Associates etc.

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B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)

INTAKE AND RESERVATION Category

All India Seats

Open Female Total
SC 8 3 11
ST 3 2 5
Persons with Disabilities 1 1 2
Unreserved 42 10 52
Total 54 16 70 Category

Chhattisgarh State Seats

Open Female Total
SC 8 3 11
ST 9 4 13
OBC 7 3 10
Persons with Disabilities 1 1 2
Freedom Fighters
Unreserved 24 10 34
Total 51 19 70 Category

Seats

NRI/NRI Sponsored

11

Foreign

4

FEE STRUCTURE

Caution Money (Refundable)

Rs. 5,000/- (One time)

US $ 1000 for NRI & Foreign Nationals (One time) Rs. 25,000/- per semester

US $ 3000 p.a. for NRI &

US $ 5000 p.a. for Foreign Nationals Rs. 5,000/- p.a.

Rs. 12,000/- p.a.

Rs. 5,000/- p.a.

Rs. 1,000/- p.a.

Rs. 1,000/- p.a.

Rs. 1,000/- p.a.

Rs. 2,000/- per semester

Rs. 4,000/- p.a. for NRI & Foreign Nationals Rs. 25,000/- (One time)

Admission Fee

Tuition Fee

Library Fees

Halls of Residence Charges Internet Charges

Campus Development Charge Charges for students' activities Students' Welfare Fund Transportation Charges

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Semester I Credits Semester II Credits
1.1 Legal Methods 6 2.1 Political Science - I 6
1.2 Economics I (Principles of Economics) 6 2.2 Economics II (Law Poverty & Development) 6
1.3 English 6 2.3 Sociology II (Sociology of Law) 6
1.4 Sociology I (Principles of Sociology) 6 2.4 Law of Torts and Consumer Protection 8
1.5 Legal and Constitutional History 6 2.5 Family Law I 8
2.6 Language and Communication Skills 2
Semester III Semester IV
3.1 Political Science II 6 4.1 Jurisprudence I (Legal Theory) 8
3.2 Law of Contract I 8 4.2 Law of Contract II 8
3.3 Public International Law 8 4.3 Labour Law I 8
3.4 Constitutional Governance - I 8 4.4 Constitutional Governance - II 8
3.5 Family Law II 8 4.5 Criminal Law I (Indian Penal Code) 8
Semester V Semester VI
5.1 Jurisprudence II (Concepts and Interpretation) 8 6.1 Criminal Law II (Cr.P.C.) 8
5.2 Administrative Law 8 6.2 Environmental Law 8
5.3 Labour Law II 8 6.3 Banking Law 8
5.4 Law of Evidence 8 6.4 IPR 8
5.5 Corporate Law - I 8 6.5 Corporate Law - II 8
Semester VII Semester VIII
7.1 Honours-I (Paper 1 ) 10 8.1 Honours-I (Paper 2) 10
7.2 Honours-II (Paper 1) 10 8.2 Honours-II (Paper 2) 10
7.3 Transfer of Property 8 8.3 Optional II 9
7.4 Civil Procedure Code 8 8.4 ADR 8
7.5 Optional I 9 8.5 Drafting, Pleading, and Conveyancing (CLE-I) 7
Semester IX Semester X
9.1 Honours-I (Paper 3) 10 10.1 Human Rights 8
9.2 Honours-II (Paper 3) 10 10.2 Professional Ethics (CLE - II) 7
9.3 Optional III 9 10.3 Optional IV 9
9.4 Land Laws 8 10.4 Private International Law 8
9.5 Seminar Course I 9 10.5 Seminar Course II 9
Optional Courses * Honours Courses *
i. Law of Mines and Industries i. Constitutional Governance
ii. Law and Tribes 1. Federalism
iii. Women and Law 2. Protective Discrimination
iv. WTO Studies 3. Judicial Review
v. Socio-economic Offences ii. Corporate Legal System
vi. Media and Law 1. Corporate Finance
vii. Medicine and Law 2. Corporate Reconstruction
viii. Cyber Law 3. Corporate Regulations
ix. Law of Insurance iii. Trade and Investment Law
x. Law of Insolvency 1. International Trade Law
xi. Criminology 2. International Investment Law
xii. International Space Law 3. National Regulation of International Trade and
xiii. Law of Infrastructure Investment
xiv. International Criminal Law iv. Intellectual Property Rights
xv. Maritime Law 1. Copyright
xvi. Energy Law 2. Trademarks
xvii. Competition Law 3. Patents
xviii. Biotechnology and Law v. Environmental Law
xix. Law of Taxation (Direct) 1. Natural Resource Management
xx. Law of Taxation (Indirect) 2. Biotechnology and Law
3. International Environmental Law *The list is not exhaustive and subject to revision from time to time

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LL.M. Programme INTAKEAND RESERVATION:

-
Category Open Female Total
SC 5 2 7
ST 2 1 3
Physically Handicapped 1 - 1
Unreserved 24 10 34
Total 32 13 45 FEE STRUCTURE

Rs. 5,000/Rs.24,000/- p.a. Rs. 5,000/- p.a. Rs. 12,000/- p.a. Rs. 5,000/- p.a. Rs. 1,000/- p.a. Rs. 2,000/- p.a. Rs. 4,000/- p.a. Rs. 10,000/-

Rs. 10,000/-

Admission Fees Tuition Fees Library Fees

Halls of Residence Charges Internet Charges

Campus Development Charge Student Welfare Fund Transportation Charges

Examination Fee for thesis evaluation Caution Money/Refundable deposit

COURSES AND THEIR DISTRIBUTION

Semester-I

1. Core Course: Lawand Social Transformation in India

2. Core Course: Indian Constitutional Law: The New Challenges

3. Core Course: Legal Education and Research Methodology

100 100 100 300

Semester-II

1. Core Course: Judicial Process

2. Optional Course: Paper-I

3. Optional Course: Paper-II

4. Optional Course: Paper-III

100 100 100 100 400

Semester-III

1. Optional Course: Paper-IV

2. Optional Course: Paper-V

3. Optional Course: Paper-VI

4. Practical Training

100 100 100

50 350

Semester-IV

1. Law Teaching

2. Dissertation

3. Viva-voce

50 150 50 250 1300

TOTAL MARKS FOR FOURSEMESTERS

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Optional Courses*

1. International Trade & Investment Law

2. Intellectual Property Rights Law
3. Corporate Law
4. Environmental Law
5. International Law and Organization
6. Labour, Capital and Law
7. Constitution and Legal Order
8. Human Rights Law
9. Administrative Law The University reserves the right to increase/decrease the number of optional courses.

For further details contact: Registrar

Hidayatullah National Law University HNLU Bhawan, Civil Lines,

Raipur, Chhattisgarh -492 001.

Ph : 0771- 4080114 Fax: 0771- 4080118 Website: www.hnlu.ac.in

E-mail: registrar@hnlu.ac.in

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Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar

B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) B.Com., LL.B.(Hons.) B.Se., LL.B.(Hons.)

FIVE-YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE

Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar was established under Gujarat National Law University Act, 2003 enacted by Gujarat State Legislature; and it was formally inaugurated on 17th July 2004. GNLU is one of the National Law Universities in India which has substantially contributed in uplifting the standards of legal education, research and training in India. From a modest beginning, the University has achieved many worthy milestones in the short span of its existence. The University has been rated as one of the premier law universities in India and is committed to transforming legal education to professional education in the real sense of the term. The University is recognized by the University Grants Commission and the Bar Council of India. GNLU is the only National Law University in India to offer interdisciplinary legal course in all the three streams. It offers five year integrated degree course leading to the award of following degrees:

BA, LL.B (Hons.), B.Com., LL.B (Hons.) and B.Sc., LL.B (Hons.)

GNLU follows a semester system with six subjects in each semester. It is a fully residential university. Presently, it operates from temporary premises and its own campus development work is underway at Koba, Gandhinagar.

CURRICULARAND EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

GNLU students have been extensively involved in research projects on behalf of the Government of India, the Government of Gujarat and foreign Universities such as the London School of Economics and the University of California. Involved in contemporary legal research, students have contributed to various national and international legal journals.

TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE

GNLU academic blocks and halls of residence are fully equipped with internet facility. Computer laboratory is also equipped with a complete set of

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database of the journals such as the All India Reporter and Supreme CourtCasesonline.

GNLU in pursuance of its endeavor to present an opportunity of interaction between the legal industry and final year students will organize the summer Internship Programme. The Internship Programme is specifically designed to enable Advocates, Law firms, Companies and legal process outsourcing companies to have an occasion to interact first hand with the graduating batch during annual summer break scheduled in May & June 2009. GNLU plans to start the implementation of all worthy recommendations, in letter and spirit, made by the Legal Education Committee of the National Knowledge Commission of India which were forwarded to the Prime Minister of India on is" October, 2007 (www.knowledge com mission .gov. i n/down loads/recom mendationsl LegaIPM.pdf) from academic year 2009-2010. GNLU will, thus, become the first National Law University in India in imparting holistic legal education, research and training to caterto the emerging and contemporary legal needs and interests of the country, as recommended by the National Knowledge Commission.

ELIGIBILITY FORADMISSION

Admission shall be based exclusively on the performance in the Common Law Admission Test. However to qualify for admission the candidate

a) Must have passed the Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) or an Examination equivalent thereof, securing in aggregate not less then 50% in all the core subjects and English put together.

b) Must not be above the age of 20 years as on 1 st July2009.

In the case of candidate belonging to SC I ST category, the age limit will be 22 years as on 1 st July 2009.

All those who have appeared in the qualifying examination are entitled to write the Admission Test. However, any candidate securing less than 50% in the qualifying examination will be denied admission notwithstanding his I her rank in the Admission Test.

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INTAKE AND RESERVATION

Category

Percentage Seats

SC 15% 24
ST 7.5% 12
Domiciled in Gujarat 10% 16
Physically Challenged 3% 5
General 103 Total

160

FEE STRUCTURE

Tuition Fee

General SC/ST

Infrastructural Fee Admission Fee (One time) Student Welfare Examination Fee

Other AcademicActivities fee Facilities Fee

Hostel Charges Transportation Fee

Refundable Security Deposits Library Deposits

Hostel Deposits

Mess Deposits

Total

General Candidate SC/ST

Rs.50,000/- p.a.
Rs. 37,500/- p.a.
Rs. 5,000/- p.a.
Rs. 500/-
Rs. 1,000/- p.a.
Rs. 1,000/- p.a.
Rs. 1,500/- p.a.
Rs. 5,000/- p.a.
Rs. 8,000/- p.a.
Rs. 3,000/- p.a. Rs. 5,000/Rs. 2,000/Rs. 3,000/Rs.85,000/Rs.72,500/-

COURSE AND THEIR DISTRIBUTION

I Semester

1. Legal Methods and Moot Cou rt

2. Law ofTorts

3.lntroduction to Economics 4.lntroduction to Science and Technology 5.History

6.English I (Communicative English)

II Semester

1.lntroduction to Business & Management 2.lntroduction to Political Science

3.English II (Legal Language & Legal English) 4.Legal History

5.Contract I (General Principles) 6.Sociology

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III Semester IV Semester
1. Constitutional Law I (Making of the Constitution, 1. Constitutional Law II (Constitutional Bodies)
Parts III, IV, IV-A)
2. Contract II (Bailment & Partnership) 2. FamilyLawl
3. Criminal Law I (IPC & Elements ofCr PC & Evidence) 3. Criminal Law II (Cr PC & Juvenile Justice)
4. Legal Theory (Schools and Concepts) 4. Legal Theory II (Judicial Process and
Interpretation of Statutes)
5. Law and Poverty 5. Administrative Laws
6. Stream Paper 6. Stream Paper
V Semester VI Semester
1. Banking and Negotiable Instrument 1. Corporate Law I (Company Law)
2. Constitutional Law III (Centre State Relations) 2. Transfer of Property and Easement
3. Criminal Law III 3. Civil Procedure II (Registration & Limitations)
(Evidence & Other related matters)
4. Civil Procedure I 4. Family Law II (Succession)
5. Alternative Dispute Resolution 5. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
6. Stream Paper 6. Stream Paper
VII Semester VIII Semester
1. Public International Law 1. Insurance Law
2. Environmental Law 2. Law of Taxation I (Principles of Tax Laws &
Direct Tax)
3. Labour Law I (Industrial & Organised Labour) 3. Labour Law II (Social Security and
Unorganised Labour)
4. Corporate Law II (Corporate & Business Law) 4. Conflict of Laws
5. Land Laws &Agriculture Law 5. Intellectual Property Laws
6. Elective - WTO Law / Criminology & Penology 6. Elective -International Contracts & E-Contracts/
International Taxation
IX Semester X Semester
1. LawofTaxation II (IndirectTaxes) 1. Security and Investment
2. International Trade and Business Law 2. Clinic III (IPR)
3. Clinic I (Trial Advocacy, Drafting, Pleading, 3. Clinic IV (Tax)
Conveyancing & Professional Ethics)
4. Clinic II (Public Interest Lawyering) 4. Seminar II (Group Seminar)
5. Seminar I (Group Seminar) 5. Seminar III (Group Seminar)
6. Elective-Biotechnology Law / Equity, Trust & 6. Elective-Ligitation Management! Transport Law
Fiduciary Relationships GNLU - Gandhinagar

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LL.M. PROGRAMME

The LL.M. programme is devised with a view to producing competent teachers and researchers. The syllabus is based on the UGC's Model Syllabus on Law2001. The Course is oftwoyearduration with foursemesters.

ELIGIBILITY

A candidate should have secured a LL.B. degree or its equivalent from a recognized University, having obtained not less than 55% marks for General category and 50% marks for Reserved categories in the aggregate. Candidates in the final year of their LL.B. course can also apply but their admission would be confirmed only after they submit results ofthe LL.B. final year.

COURSEAND THEIR DISTRIBUTION

The system is devised in such as way as to offer number of specializations. The core subjects which all

students have to study are:

• Jurisprudence and Legal Theory

• Comparative Constitutional Law

• Law of Obi igations

• Research Methodology and Practicals

Specializations would be offered in the area of Criminology, International Law and Intellectual Property Rights.

INTAKE AND RESERVATION

The intake for th is year is confi ned to fifteen cand idates subject to the reservation policy.

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FEE STRUCTURE

Examination Fee

Rs. 1,000/- (One Time Payment) Rs. 16,000/- p.a.

Rs. 1,000/- p.a.

Rs. 1,000/- p.a.

Rs. 5,000/- p.a.

Admission Fee

Tuition Fee

Evaluation Fee

Academic Support Fee Refundable Deposit General Security Deposit Library Security Deposit Total

Rs. 1,000/- (OneTime) Rs. 2,500/- (OneTime) Rs. 27,500/-

Hostel facility will be provided subject to the availability of extra rooms. The fee and security deposit for the same will be as perthe rules. Ifthe transportation facility is availed an additional fee will be charged.

For further details contact: Registrar

Gujarat National Law University E-4, GIDC Electronics Estate, Sector 26, Gandhinagar - 382 028 Gujarat, INDIA.

Ph.: +91-79-23287157/23287158 Fax: +91-79-23287156 Website: www.gnlu.ac.in

Email: contact@gnlu.org.in

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Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

The year 1987 saw the beginning of the tectonic shift in perception about law as a career from one of the least attractive careers, to one of the most sought after, with the establishment of the first National Law School at Bangalore. It was a time of hope for the legal fraternity. The concept of a national institution to act as a pace-setter and a testing ground for bold experiments in legal education came up before the Bar Council of India in the context of the Council's statutory responsibility for maintaining standards in professional legal education (under the Advocates Act). Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, was established by an Act of the Legislature of Uttar Pradesh in 2005 (UP Act No.28 of 2005) and it came into being on 4th of January 2006.

The University has been established to advance and disseminate learning and knowledge of law and legal process and to develop in the students and research scholars a sense of responsibility to serve the society. Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, which is fully funded by the State Government, provides excellent infrastructural facilities and academic environment to the students. The fully residential University is a complete township and has separate hostels, along with the mess facilities, for male and female students.

The University Library, Hostels etc. are provided with the Wi-Fi connectivity to the Internet. The University has a World class Moot Court Hall, where the mooting and debate competitions are organized which attracts participants from allover India. There is a rigorous internship programme which every student of the University has to undergo as a part of the curriculum during vacation period. The University also has a well equipped seminar hall and video conferencing hall, wherein seminars/workshops/ interactive sessions are conducted on regular intervals. Located in the South-West part of Lucknow City, the University has forty acres of sprawling green campus in LOA's Kanpur Road Scheme. The University is situated in the heart of the city. The distance from Amausi airport is three kilometers and

from Lucknow railway station is nearly seven kilometers. Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences and Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University are the other neighbouring educational institutes. The District Court, High Court of Judicature at Allahabad, Lucknow Bench and Vidhan Sabha are all in the radius often kilometers.

The University offers five-year BA, LL.B.(Hons.) Programme and two-year LL.M. Programme. The University follows a semester system. There are a large number of Committees with students as their Members. The University, in order to develop a closer link between the teacher and taught, has introduced the Mentorship Programme. There are various Committees, having students as its members, where in the students decide the functions, events and other activities, a democratic input. In order to provide transparency in the examination system, the students are shown their answersheet for any change in the award already given

B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Programme ELIGIBILITY

The admission shall be based on the performance in the Common Law Admission Test. However, to qualify for admission, the candidate:

(a) must have passed the Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) or an examination equivalent thereof, securing in aggregate not less than 50% (45% in case of SC/ST candidates ofU.P.) of the total marks.

(b) must not have completed 20 years(22 years in case ofSC/ST candidates of U.P.) of age as on 1 st July, 2009.

Candidates who have appeared in the qualifying examination and awaiting for their results may also write the Admission Test but their admission shall be subject to the fulfillment of the (a) and (b) above at the time of admission.

INTAKE AND RESERVATION

The intake capacity of BA, LL.B. (Hons.) Programme shall be 160 peryearwith the following breakup:-

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S.N. Category

No. of Seats

(a) General Category 80
(b) O.B.C. of Uttar Pradesh 43
(c) Scheduled Caste of Uttar Pradesh 34
(d) Scheduled Tribe of Uttar Pradesh 03
Horizontal Reservation to the following categories shall also be available as mentioned below
(e) Persons with Disability (PWD) 03%
(f) Dependents of Freedom Fighters of Uttar Pradesh 02% FEE STRUCTURE

Fees Admission Fee Tution Fee Hostel fee

Examination Fee (@ Rs 2,000 per semester)

Reading Material Charges (@Rs2,500 per semester) Internet Access Charges

University Caution money

Mess Caution Money

Total

Amount (PerAnnum) Rs.1,000.00 Rs.40,000.00 Rs.9,000.00 Rs.4,OOO.OO Rs.5,000.00 Rs.2,000.00

Rs.5,000.00 (Refundable) Rs.2,000.00 (Refundable) Rs.68,OOO.OO (By Demand Draft)

Note: Payment towards mess facility shall be made separately by the students in advance quarterly installments, as perthe charges agreed by the service provider which may range between Rs. 1,500 to 1,800/p.m. approximately.

COURSES AND THEIR DISTRIBUTION
Year 1st Semester lind Semester
First (i) Law ofTorts-1 (i) Law of Contract-I
(i i) Legal Method (ii) Law ofTorts-11 & Consumer Protection
(i ii) History (iii) Legal & Constitutional History of India
(iv) Sociology-I (iv) Political Science-II
(v) Political Science-I (v) Sociology-II
(vi) English-I (vi) English-II
(vii) Computer
Second IIIrd Semester IVth Semester
(i) Criminal Law-I (i) Criminal Law-II
(i i) Economics-I (ii) Economics-II
(i ii) Family Law-I (iii) Constitutional Lawoflndia-II
(iv) Law of Contract-II (iv) Ju risprudence-II
(v) Constitutional Law of India-I (v) Law of Contract-III
(vi) Jurisprudence-I (vi) Family Law-II
Third Vth Semester Vlth Semester
(i) Public International Law-I (i) Administrative Law-II
(ii) Administrative Law-I (ii) Law of Property-II
(iii) Banking Law (ii i) Law of Environment
(iv) Law of Property-I (iv) Intellectual Property Rights-I
(v) Insurance Law (v) Public International Law-II
(vi) LabourLaw (vi) Corporate Law-I RMLNLU - Lucknow

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Fourth

Vllth Semester Vlllth Semester
(i) Corporate Law-II (i) Criminal Procedure Code
(i i) Conflict of Law (ii) Pleading, Drafting and Conveyancing
(i ii) Law of Evidence (iii) Moot Court & Clinical Legal Education-I
(iv) Civil Procedure Code (iv) Law ofTaxation-1
(v) Intellectual Property Rights-II (v) Alternate Dispute Resolution Law
(vi) Seminar Course (vi) Seminar Course
IXth Semester Xth Semester
(i) Moot Court and Clinical (i) Human Rights Law
Legal Education-II
(i i) Law ofTaxation-11 (ii) Investment and Security Law
(i ii) Law of Interpretation of Statute (iii) MootCourt&Clinical Legal Education-III
(iv) Professional Ethics and Law (iv) Seminar Course
(v) Seminar Course (v) Seminar Course Fifth

SEMINAR COURSES

Semester Name of the course Vllth (i) Cyber Law

Vilith (i) Law and Morality

IXth Xth

(i) International Environmental Law (i) Law, Science and Technology

(ii) Child Law (ii) Health Law

(ii) Air and Space Law (ii) Law and Society

(iii) Disability Law (iii) Law and Media (iii) Gender Justice (iii) Transport Law

(iv) Law of Local Self Government (v) Natural Resource & Energy Law (vi) International Trade Law

(vii) Socio Economic Crimes (viii) International Institutions

LL.M. Programme

ELIGIBILITY

The admission shall be based on the performance in the Common Law Admission Test. However, to qualify for admission, the candidate must have passed LL.B. degree of a recognized University with at least 50% marks or equivalent grade.

Candidates who have appeared in the LL.B. degree exam and awaiting their results may also write the Admission Test buttheiradmission shall be subjectto thefulfillmentofthe above condition.

INTAKEAND RESERVATION

The intake is 20 (twenty) students per year with the following breakup:

S.N. Category

Seats

(a) General Category 10
(b) O.B.C. of Uttar Pradesh 05
(c) Scheduled Caste of Uttar Pradesh 04
(d) Scheduled Tribe of Uttar Pradesh 01
Horizontal Reservation to the following categories shall also be available as mentioned below
(e) Persons with Disability (PWD) 03%
(f) Dependents of Freedom Fighters of Uttar Pradesh 02% RM LN LU - Lucknow

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FEE STRUCTURE

Fees Admission Fee Tution Fee Hostel fee

Examination Fee (@ Rs 3,000 per semester)

Reading Material Charges (@ Rs 2,500 per semester) Internet Access Charges

University Caution money

Mess Caution Money

Total

Amount (Per Annum) Rs. 1,000.00

Rs. 10,000.00

Rs. 9,000.00

Rs. 6,000.00

Rs. 5,000.00

Rs. 5,000.00

Rs. 5,000.00 (Refundable) Rs. 2,000.00 (Refundable)

Rs. 43,000.00 (By Demand Draft)

Note: Payment towards mess facility shall be made separately by the students in advance quarterly installments as per the rates agreed by the service provider which may range between Rs. 1,500 to 1,800/- p.m. Approximately.

COURSES AND THEIR DISTRIBUTION

Year 1st Semester

lind Semester

(i) First Indian Constitutional Law: The New Challenges (ii) Law and Social Transformation in India

(iii) Jurisprudence

(iv) Optional (I)

(i) Constitutional Good Governance (ii) Judicial Process

(iii) Environmental Law

(iv) Optional (II)

Second IIIrd Semester

IVth Semester

(i) Administrative Law: Recent Challenges (ii) Lawand Social Problem

(iii) Research Methodology

(iv) Optional (III)

Note: Students are required to choose only one group of the prescribed groups. The Papers of that group so opted shall be taken in the order mentioned below for the 1 st, 2nd and 3rd Semesters respectively. No Paper from the group not opted for shall be allowed to be taken in the Semester(s) concerned. For group details please

logon to the University website.

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The above scheme of study of BA, LL.B. (Hons.) and LL.M. degree course may be amended and the syllabus may be re-organized by the competent authority of University from time to time.

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

Arrangements have also been made for the students to learn the following three foreign languages (other than English).

1. French

2. German

3. Spanish

Regular classes are conducted for those students who are interested in learning these foreign languages. The students who opt for the classes in foreign languages shall be charged fee as may be prescribed by the competent authority.

For further details contact: Registrar

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University Sec- 01, LOA Colony, Kanpur Road Scheme,

Lucknow - 226012, Uttar Pradesh, INDIA

Phone: Admin: +91-522-24 25 902, 903

Tele Fax: +91-522-2422 841

Website: www.rmlnlu.ac.in

E-mail: registrar@rmlnlu.ac.in

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Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab, Patiala was established by the State Legislature of Punjab by passing the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab Act, 2006 (Punjab Act No. 12 of 2006). The Act incorporated a University of Law of national stature in Punjab, thereby fulfilling the need for a Centre of Excellence in Legal Education in the modern era of globalization and liberalization. RGNUL started functioning from its Headquarters Mohindra Kothi, The Mall, Patiala w.eJ. 26 May 2006. The University acquired approval of the Bar Council of India in July 2006. The University got registered with the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi under Section 2(f) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 and has been declared fit to obtain grant from University Grants Commission under Section 12-B of the UGCAct, 1956.

Presently, RGNUL is functioning from a heritage building of erstwhile Patiala State - Mohindra Kothi, The Mall, Patiala located in the heart of Patiala city in a pollution free environment. Keeping in view the requirements of a National University of Law, necessary infrastructure has been developed in the form of classrooms, lectures halls, computer labs, library, reading hall, health centre, gymnasium and other sports facilities. There are separate buildings such as Administrative Block, Academic Block, Library, Hostels, Mess, Canteen etc. etc. to cater to the needs of a national institution.

RGNUL has a well equipped computerized Central Library with about 18000 titles, in addition to specialized libraries of the Research Centres. There are two advanced Computer Labs with 60 computers and leased line internet connectivity. The University is fully residential with boys and girls staying in separate hostels. The whole RGNUL Campus is wi-fi enabled which is also extended to the respective hostels round the clock.

The main campus of the University is coming up at Village Sidhuwal, Bhadson Road, Patiala in an area of 50 Acres of land. A State-of-the-art Campus has been designed. The fully residential and self-sufficient campus will have Administrative-cum-Academic Block, separate spacious Library, Auditorium, Sports Complex, Boys and Girls Hostels, Guest House, Community Hall, Health Centre, residences and other facilities.

The University has also set up Centre for Advanced Study in Criminal Law (CASCL); Centre for Consumer Protection Law and Advocacy (CCPLA); School of Agricultural Law and Economics (SALE); Centre for Advanced Study in International Humanitarian Law (CASH); RGNUL Institute of Competitive Examination (RICE); Directorate of Distance Education (DODE) and Bureau of Information for Studies Abroad (BISA). The objective of

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these Centres is to undertake advanced study and research in the emerging areas of the respective fields, independently or in collaboration with professional institutions at the national and international levels; to bring about publications and produce study material in the respective fields of knowledge; organize seminars, workshops and conferences on contemporary and significant issues. School of Law of the Indira Gandhi Open University (GNOU), New Delhi has set up a Study Centre at RGNUL, Patiala under its Regional Centre at Khanna (Punjab). In the first instance a Post Graduate Certificate Course in Cyber Laws (PGCCL) is being started in January 2009, as Distance Learning Programme of IGNOU from RGNUL Campus.

RGNUL is a member of a number of professional organizations of national and international stature like the Asian Law Institute (ASLI), Singapore; Commonwealth Legal Education Association; Forum of South Asian Clinical Law Teachers (FSACLT), Goa; Indian Institute of Comparative Law, Jodhpur; Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), New Delhi; Indian Law Institute (Ill), New Delhi; Indian Society of Criminology, Madras; Indian Society of International Law (ISIL), New Delhi; Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies (ICPS), New Delhi; International Association of Law Schools (IALS), and International Law Students Association, United States of America.

B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Five Year Integrated Course

RGNUL offers BA,LL.B. (Hons.) Five Years Integrated Programme whereunder Social Sciences subject like Economics, English, History, Political Science and Sociology are integrated with law subjects in the first two years of study. From third year onwards the curriculum comprise all law subjects. All subjects are compulsory in the first three years of study. However, in the fourth and fifth year, students are offered optional subjects in the form of three streams viz., Business and Financial Laws, Consumer Protection Lawand Policy and Human Rights.

RGNUL follows the Semester System whereunder the whole Five-Year Course is divided into ten semesters i.e. there are Two Semesters in each Academic Year. The teaching methodology includes extensive and intensive class room teaching aiming at participative learning. The Course also includes class assignments, seminars and project work relating to each subject. The thrust of the course is not only towards teaching but also towards professional training. Therefore, students are exposed to the practical side of the different facets of the legal profession at different levels. Students take part in different academic and professional activities at RGNUL and also at other institutions of repute at national and international levels. INTAKE AND RESERVATIONS

The intake capacity of the BA,LL.B. (Hons.) Five Year

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Integrated Course shall be Eighty (80) with following breakup:

(a) General Category (46) Seats
(b) Schedule Castes (15%) (12) Seats
(c) Schedule Tribes (7Yz%) (06) Seats
(d) Persons with Disability (3%) (02) Seats
(e) Foreign Nationals (05) Seats
(f) Punjab Residents (08) Seats
(g) Ancestral Residents of Village (01) Seat
Sidhuwal, District Patiala The candidature of the Punjab Resident Category shall be determined on submission of an affidavit and certificate as per the Punjab Government Letter No. 1/3/95-3PPII/9619 dated 06.06.96 as amended vide the Punjab Government, DepartmentofPersonnel and Administrative Reforms Letter No. 11/3/95-3PP-II/80 dated 01.01.99.

Admission to the category of the 'Foreign Nationals' shall be Direct Admission on the basis of inter-se-merit of the qualifying examination and the interview.

COURSES AND OTHER DISTRIBUTION

These candidates are to apply through CLAT for directly to the Registrar, RGNUL.

FEE STRUCTURE

Admission Fee

Tuition Fee and Allied Fee

2000.00 70000.00 US$6000 or equivalent in INR for the foreign nationals

Amenities Fee 5000.00 Students Welfare/Medical Fee: 1000.00

Refundable Security 20000.00

Hostel Room Rent 12000.00

Mess Charges As per the bill of the contractor

Electricity and Water Charges: As per the actual bill

FIRST SEMESTER

SECOND SEMESTER
Paper- I English - II
Paper - II History - II
Paper - III Sociology - II
Paper - IV Political Science - II
Paper - V Comparative Legal Systems
Paper - VI Law of Contract - I
FOURTH SEMESTER
Paper- I Economics - II
Paper - II Jurisprudence - II
Paper - III Constitutional Law - II
Paper - IV Family Law - II
Paper - V International Law - II
Paper - VI Administrative Law
SIXTH SEMESTER
Paper-I Penal Law - II
Paper-II Corporate Law - II
Paper - III Taxation Law
Paper -IV Criminal Procedure Code, 1973
Paper - V Intellectual Property Law
Paper - VI Conflict of Laws
EIGHTH SEMESTER
Paper-I Law of Evidence
Paper-II Alternative Disputes
Resolution System Paper - I English - I

Paper - II History - I

Paper - III Sociology - I

Paper - IV Political Science - I

Paper - V Legal Methods and Social Sciences Research Methodology

Paper - VI Law of Torts and Consumer Protection

THIRD SEMESTER

Paper - I Economics - I

Paper - II Jurisprudence - I

Paper - III Constitutional Law - I

Paper - IV Family Law - I

Paper - V International Law - I

Paper - VI Law of Contract - II

FIFTH SEMESTER

Paper - I Penal Law - I

Paper - II Corporate Law - I

Paper - III Human Resources Law

Paper - IV Civil Procedure Code, 1908

and the Indian Limitation Act 1963

Paper - V Property Law

Paper - VI Environmental Law

SEVENTH SEMESTER

Paper-I

Principles of Legislation and Interpretation of Statues

Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing

Paper - II

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GROUP-A GROUP-A
BUSINESS AND BUSINESS AND
FINANCIAL LAW GROUP FINANCIAL LAW GROUP
Paper - III The Law of Banking Paper - III Legal Regulation of Economic Enterprises
Paper -IV Insurance Law Paper -IV Law Relating to Foreign Trade and
Commercial Transactions
Paper - V Study Report Paper - V Study Report
Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court + Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court + Optional
Optional Seminar Course) Seminar Course)
GROUP-B GROUP-B
BUSINESS AND BUSINESS AND
FINANCIAL LAW GROUP FINANCIAL LAW GROUP
Paper - III Basic Principles, Acquisition and Paper - III Industrial Property: Trademarks,
Enforcement of Intellectual Geographical Indications, Trade Secrets
Property Rights and Unfair Competition
Paper -IV Law of Copy Rights and Paper -IV Law of Patents and Designs
Neighbouring Rights
Paper - V Study Report Paper - V Study Report
Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court + Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court + Optional
Optional Seminar Course) Seminar Course)
GROUP C GROUP C
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
AND PRACTICE AND PRACTICE
Paper - III History, Philosophy and Theoretical Paper - III Human Rights: National
Foundation of Human Rights Perspective
Paper -IV Human Rights: International and Paper -IV Humanitarian Law and
Regional Perspective Refugee Law
Paper - V Study Report Paper - V Study Report
Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court + Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court +
Optional Seminar Course) Optional Seminar Course)
GROUP D GROUP D
CONSUMER PROTECTION; CONSUMER PROTECTION;
LAW, POLICY AND PROCEDURE LAW, POLICY AND PROCEDURE
Paper - III Law Relating to Consumer Paper - III The Consumer Protection Act, 1986: Protection,
Protection: International Perspective Procedure and Redresal Mechanism
Paper - IV Law Relating to Consumer Protection: Paper - IV The Consumer Protection Act, 1986:
National Perspective Application, Conflicts and Controversies
Paper - V Study Report Paper - V Study Report
Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court + Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court +
Optional Seminar Course) Optional Seminar Course)
NINTH SEMESTER TENTH SEMESTER
Paper- I Clinical Legal Education (Public Paper- I Science, Technology and Law
Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and
Para Legal Services)
Paper - II Professional Legal Ethics Paper - II Criminology, Penology and Victimology
GROUP-A GROUP-A
BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL
LAW GROUP LAW GROUP
Paper - III Corporate Governance, Paper - III Regulation of Capital Market
Business Ethics and Self Regulation and Money Market
Paper - IV Corporate Finance Paper - IV Investment and Securities Law
Paper - V Study Report Paper - V Study Report
Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court + Paper - VI Seminar Course (Moot Court +
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GROUP - B IP LAW GROUP

Paper-III

Biotechnology and Intellectual Property Rights

India and the WTO

Study Report

Seminar Course (Moot Court + Optional Seminar Course)

Paper -IV Paper - V Paper - VI

GROUP - B IP LAW GROUP

Paper-III

Information Technology and Intellectual Property

Data Protection Laws Study Report

Seminar Course (Moot Court + Optional Seminar Course)

GROUP C

HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND PRACTICE

Paper -IV Paper - V Paper - VI

GROUP C

HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND PRACTICE

Paper-III Paper -IV

Paper - V Paper - VI

Gender Justice and Law Human Rights Law and the Under Privileged Study Report

Seminar Course (Moot Court + Optional Seminar Course)

Paper-III

Human Rights Law and Criminal Justice System

Human Rights Education and Awareness Study Report

Seminar Course (Moot Court + Optional Seminar Course

GROUP D

CONSUMER PROTECTION: LAW, POUCYANDPROCEDURE

Paper-III

New Developments and Emerging Trends in Consumer Protection Law Law Relating to Consumer Protection:

Legislative and Judicial Trends Study Report

Seminar Course (Moot Court + Optional Seminar Course)

Paper -IV

Paper - V Paper - VI

Paper -IV Paper - V Paper - VI

GROUP D

CONSUMER PROTECTION: LAW, POUCY AND PROCEDURE

Paper-III

Social Activism and Consumer Protection and Movement Consumer Protection Education and Awareness

Study Report

Seminar Course (Moot Court + Optional Seminar Course)

Paper -IV

Paper - V Paper - VI

Note: The decision to start any option shall be taken by the University keeping in view the number of students opting for it and the availability of other academic and administrative facilities in a particular academic session

LL.M. Programme

The RGNUL also offers Two Years LL.M.

Programme with specialization in Business Laws, Consumer Protection Law, Criminal Law and Human Rights Laws.

INTAKEAND RESERVATIONS

The total number of seats for the LL.M. Course shall be Twenty (20). Division of seats shall be as under:

Category

Percentage Seats

General Category 11
Schedule Caste 15% 4
Schedule Tribe 7.5% 2
Persons with Disability 3% 1
Foreign Nationals 2 The admission to the category of foreign nationals shall be on the basis of inter se merit of the qualifying examination and interview. Foreign nationals are to apply through CLATform directly to Registrar RGNUL.

FEE STRUCTURE

Admission Fee

Tuition Fee and allied fee

Rs.2000.00 Rs.40000.00

US $ 3500 or equivalent in INR for foreign nationals

Amenities Fee Students Welfare FundI Medical Fee Refundable Security Hostel Room Rent Mess Charges

Rs.5000.00 Rs. 1000.00

Rs.20000.00

Rs. 12000.00 p.a. As per bill of the Contractor

Electricity and Water Charges: As per actual bill

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COURSES AND OTHER DISTRIBUTION (LL.M.)
Semesters Paper Compulsory Paper Optional Group-l Optional Group-Il Optional Group-lll Optional Group ·IV
No. Papers No. (Business Law) (Consumer Law) (Criminal Law) (Human Rights Law)
(I) Legal Education and (III) Law of Law Relating To General Principles of International and
Research Contractual Consumer Protection: Criminal Law Regional Perspective
First Methodology Transactions International of Human Rights
Semester Perspective
(II) Law and Social (IV) Law of Banking Development of Comparative Study National Institutions
Transformation Consumer Protection of Specific Crimes and Human Rights
Law In India
Term Pa~er
(I) Indian Constitutional (III) Corporate Finance The Consumer Emerging Areas Indian Constitutional
Law: The New Protection Act. 1986: of Criminality Perspective of Human
Second Challenges Law and Procedure Rights
Semester
(II) Judicial Process (IV) Law of Corporate The Consumer Principles of Human Rights
Governance Protection Act. 1986: International Criminal Education And
Confticts and Law Awareness
Controversies
Term Pa~er
(I) Law of Insurance Consumer Protection Comparative Criminal Humanitarian Law
Third and Arbitration and Medical Procedure and and Refugee Law
Semester Negligence Evidence
(II) Law of Industrial Law Relating To Criminal Investigation Human Rights of
and Intellectual Consumer Protection: and Forensic Science Aged. Women. and
Property Emerging Trends Children and Under
and Challenges Privileged
(III) Law of Consumer Protection Principles of Criminology Globalization and
Investment and Education. Awareness. and Penology Human Rights
Securities Activism and Advocacy
(IV) Law of Corporate Consumer Protection Administration of Human Rights Perspective:
Taxation and Right to Information Criminal Justice-Custodial Socio-Criminal Justice
and Non-Custodial and Judicial Activism
Term Paper
Forth
Semester (I) Dissertation and Viva-Voce (II) Teaching Assignments (10 classes of 5 Marks each)
Note: Each Paper Consists of 100 Marks (Theory = 80 Marks, Seminar =20 Marks); Term Paper =50 Marks;
Dissertation =150 Marks; and Viva-Voce =50 Marks. Registrar

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Mohindra Kothi, The Mall, Patiala - 147 001

Ph.: 0175-2304188, 2221002,2304491,

Fax: 0175-2304189, 2221001

Website: www.rgnulpatiala.org

Email :info@rgnulpatiala.org

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Chanakya National Law University, Patna

In the State of Bihar, where the seeds of the earliest republic were sown and the crop of democracy cultivated, a need was felt by the government for a university which would provide quality legal education and strive to raise national legal standards to competitive international level and promote legal awareness in the community, which will lead to the realization of goals embodied in the Constitution of India. Thus, on August 15th, 2006 came into being Chanakya National Law University at Patna under the able guidance of its Vice - Chancellor, Prof. A. Lakshminath, former Dean and Registrar, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad.

The Chanakya National Law University was established under the Bihar Act No.24 of 2006. The University was included under Section 2 (f) of the UGC Act, 1956 (vide Notification No. F.9-24/2006(CPP-I) dated- 26th October 2006). The Bar Council of India accorded its approval to the University (vide its Letter No. BCI: D 1507 -2006 (LE: Mtg) dated - 18th September 2006).

The object of Chanakya National Law University is to build on the traditional ethos of Bihar and create a temple of learning. It aims at imparting quality legal education and organise advanced studies and research in all branches of law.

The university has launched its BA, LL.B (Hons.) 5 year integrated course in 2006. The University has

already started PhD. and LLD courses. It will soon start six PG. Diploma courses of one academic year during this academic session. They include (1) PG. Diploma in Human Rights; Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law, (2) PG. Diploma in Industrial and Intellectual Property Law, (3) P.G. Diploma in Alternative Dispute Resolution, (4) PG. Diploma in Cyber Laws, (5) PG. Diploma in Disaster Management and Law and (6) PG. Diploma in Disabilities and Law. Out of a maximum of 80 seats for BA, LL.B. (Hons.) Course 10 seats are meant for Foreign Nationals and 10 seats are meantfor NRI's.

DIRECT ADMISSIONS

Foreign Nationals and NRI category candidates are exempted from taking the Common Law Admission Test and the rule concerning the age limit.

Candidates who wish to apply under Foreign Nationals Category and NRI category shall submit the duly filled in application form which can be downloaded from our Website www.cnlu.ac.in with all supporting documents along with crossed DD for Rs. 4,000/- in favour of Registrar, Chanakya National Law University, Patna on or before Monday, the 1 st June 2009. Selected candidates should complete the admission formalities by paying required fees as shown in the schedule on or before Friday, the 26th June 2009.

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7. 30% of the total seats shall be filled by eligible women candidates including those selected in reserved categories.

B.A., LL.B (Hons.) Programme ELIGIBILITY

The candidate seeking admission to the BA,LL.B (Hons.) Course, should:

• Have passed the Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) system or an equivalent examination there to securing in the aggregate not less than 50% of the total marks.( 45% in case of candidates belonging to reserved categories)

• Be less than 20 years of age on First July 2009.

However, in cases of reserved category candidates the maximum age limit shall be 22 as on the above date.

Note: Unfilled seats, if any, in foreign Nationals and NRI quota will be filled in as per the Bihar Act No. 16 of 2003.

FEE STRUCTURE

B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Five- year Integrated Course

Tuition Fees

: 50,000.00 p.a. (Tuition fees for Foreign nationals and NRI's US $ 3000 or equivalent INR p.a.)

INTAKEAND RESERVATIONS

The selection shall strictly be on the basis of merit as determined by the Common Law Admission Test- 2009 subject to the Reservations as per Bihar (In Admission in Educational Institutions) Reservation Act, 2003 (Bihar Act 16 of 2003) besides other rules. They are as follows:-

Admission Fee

(One Time Payment)

: 1,000.00

Infrastructure Development : 6,000.00 p.a.

Student Welfare Fund

: 2,000.00 p.a. : 1,000.00 p.a. : 6,000.00 p.a.

: 12,000.00 p.a.

Examination Fee

Total no. of Seats 80(Eighty only)
1. Scheduled Castes - 16%
2. Scheduled Tribes - 1%
3. Extremely Backward
Classes (Annexure - I) - 18%
4. Backward Classes - 12%
5. Women of Backward Classes - 3%
6. Persons with Disability - 3% Facilities Fee

Room Rent Refundable Deposits Library Deposit

Hostel Deposit

Mess Deposit

: 5,000.00 : 4,000.00 : 3,000.00

* Mess Charges will be extra (monthly payment)

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DURATION OF THE COURSE AND SEMESTER SYSTEM

1.1 The duration ofthe course shall be Five academic years i.e. 10 (ten) Semesters.

1.2 Each academic year is divided into two semesters. Each semester will have a minimum of ninety (90) working days.

1.3 The academic semesters shall be announced in advance each year and will ordinarily be during July December and January May, with winter placements, winter break and summer vacation .

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SCHEME OF STUDY OF THE COURSE
SEMESTER -I Course Credits SEMESTER-II Course Credits
Legal Methods 4 Law of Contracts - I 4
Law of Torts & Consumer Protection Laws 3 lo. (General Principles and Specific relief)
Sociology -I 3 m Sociology -II 3
(I)
History-I 3 > English-II 3
-
Political Science-I 3 .!!J. History-II 3
English-I (Non-Credit) Political Science - II 3
Principles of Moot Court (Non-Credit)
Computer Skills (Non-Credit)
SEMESTER - III Course Credits SEMESTER-IV Course Credits
Law of Contracts - II 3 lo. Law of Evidence 4
m
Criminal Law-I (I.P.Cetc.) 4 (I) FamilyLaw-1l 3
>
Economics - I 3 '0 Economics - II 3
s::::
FamilyLaw-1 3 C\I Criminal Law-II (I.P.Cetc.) 4
Property Law 3 Labour Laws-I 3
Psychology (Non-Credit)
SEMESTER-V Course Credits SEMESTER-VI Course Credits
Jurisprudence -I 4 lo. Jurisprudence -II 3
m
Constitutional Law - I 4 (I) Constitutional Law -II 3
>
International Law 4 '0 International Trade Law 3
lo.
Labour Laws-II 3 M Administrative Law 4
Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation 3 Clinic-I (Alternative Dispute Resolution) 4
Criminology (Non-Credit) Forensic Science (Non-Credit) For further details contact: Registrar

Chanakya National Law University A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies,

North Gandhi Maidan, Patna, Bihar, INDIA

Tele: 0612-6450242, 0612-2200789 Fax: 0612-2205920 Website: www.cnlu.ac.in

E-mail: chanakyalawuniv@gmail.com. registrarcnlu@gmail.com

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National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi

Five-Year Integrated BA., LL.B. (Hons.) Degree Course

The National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) had its origin in 2002 with the formation of the National Institute for Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS) sponsored by the Bar Council of Kerala. By the Act 27 of 2005, the Kerala State Legislature has transformed the Institute into the present University. The Chief Justice of India is the Visitor and the Chief Justice of Kerala, the Chancellor of NUALS. In 2008, an amendment streamlined the powers and functions of the authorities of the University and ensured the active involvement of the Government of Kerala.

Besides the subjects identified by the Bar Council of India for the Five Year BA, LL.B. (Hons.) degree, NUALS envisages such courses on frontier areas of law as mining, maritime transactions, psychology and medicine, media and communications, forensic science, history of statutory presumptions, descriptive statistics and real estate.

These courses are meant to render to the students an insight into the real working of current legal system in all its aspects.

The NUALS teaching pedagogy is nonconventional with a combination of various methods of studying law with emphasis on student centred education. There is continuous internal assessment on student participation and performance. In order to develop analytical skills and critical faculties and to keep the students abreast with the changes in law and social mores, seminars and debates on recent cases and legal developments are held regularly.

The special lectures periodically delivered by eminent judges, distinguished jurists and reputed visiting fellows attract enlightened audience to the NUALS campus providing opportunity for more academic and intellectual discourses. Some of the Judges of the High Court of Kerala offer periodic lectures.

The Honourable Mr. Justice K.T. Sankaran of the Kerala High Court dealt with Civil Procedure Code and allied areas during the last Semester.

Students are assigned to write on a chosen topic in every subject. The projects are assessed and given academic credits. The NUALS Law Journal, managed by the students, brings into focus of the legal world, some of the excellent project findings. The NUALS

Legal Aid Clinic organizes awareness and outreach programmes and initiates the students to render legal advice and counselling.

NUALS is located in the heart of the city at present and will be shifted to the new campus in the suburb of Kochi in due course with residential facilities for all students. Till then, the NUALS accommodation wing will help the students seeking admission to fix up comfortable stay.

The present campus provides adequate academic infrastructure-internet connectivity, on-line legal resources, and a computer lab besides a good collection of standard books and reports, both foreign and Indian.

The NUALS campus recruitment committee arranges placement for students graduating from NUALS. Substantial number of them have already benefitted by this programme in the past two years. Fee waivers are available to outstanding students with scarce means of financial backing. The selection is made by an assessment committee on the basis of merit and other objective criteria. Endowments have been instituted for students who excel in the BA LL.B. (Hons.) degree examination. C.K.Sivasankara Panicker Memorial Endowment Gold Medal for the best outgoing student with the highest academic proficiency and VR, Krishna Iyer National Foundation for Law and Social Justice Endowment Gold Medal for the student who is first in constitutional law, are illustrations.

NUALS students have won laurels in moot court, debate, writing and quiz at national and international competitions. NUALS also facilitates such programmes that provide a forum for interaction with students from other law schools.

ELIGIBILITY

Admission to the BA, LL.B. (Hons.) degree course shall be based on the performance in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).

A)The candidate for CLAT shall have passed the Higher Secondary Certificate examination (10+2) or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto with 50 % marks.

B) Exemption from the requirementofthe minimum of 50% for the qualifying examination is given to the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes (SC/ST), Persons With

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Disability (PWD) and candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes (declared as such in the State of Kerala). These categories are allowed to apply for CLAT if they do have not less than 45 % marks obtained in the qualifying examination.

c) The candidate shall not have completed 20 years of age as on 1 st July, 2009. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC (declared eligible for reservation in the State of Kerala) and Persons With Disability (PWD) shall not have crossed 22 years of age as on 1 st July, 2009.

d) Students who are appearing for the qualifying examination are allowed to appear for CLAT. However, they should submit the results of the qualifying examination at the time of admission/ interview. If they do not do so, the candidates shall be considered ineligible.

INTAKEAND RESERVATION

The intake for the BA, LL.B. (Hons.) degree Course shall be 65. The seats shall be apportioned as follows:

Category Percentage Seats
Open Merit 65% 41
Other Backward Classes 25% 16
Scheduled Castes and 10% 6
Scheduled Tribes
(SC - 5 seats, ST-1 seat)
Persons with Disability 3% 2 Other Backward Classes as identified and listed for professional courses by the Government of Kerala.

For details visit www.nuals.ac.in. Candidates seeking admission against the seats reserved for SEBC shall produce a non-creamy layer certificate issued by the competent authority.

Seats reserved for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes shall be inter-changeable. In case sufficient candidates are not available for seats reserved for SC/ST, OBC or PWD, such seats shall be filled up under open merit quota.

FEE STRUCTURE

Tuition fee - Rs. 40,000/- p.a.
Miscellaneous fee - Rs. 5,000/- p.a.
Caution Deposit Rs. 1,000/- "
Computer/I nternet fee Rs. 300/- "
Students' Council fee Rs. 200/- "
Quasi Universityfee Rs. 100/- "
Moot Court Society fee Rs. 300/- "
Matriculation fee Rs. 200/- "
at the time of admission
Recognition fee - Rs. 150/- [For candidates coming from institutions outside Kerala]

Contribution towards - Rs. 500/- [At the time of

PTA fund admission]

Alumni Association fee - Rs. 1000/- [At the time of leaving the Institution

after completing the

Course]

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Semester I

COURSES AND THEIR DISTRIBUTIONS

Semester II

English -I Economics Political Science-I Sociology

Legal History

English -II

Political Science -II History

Law of Crimes-I

History of Statutory Presumptions

Semester III

Semester IV

Political Science -III

Law ofTorts & Consumer Protection Contract I

Legal Method

Law of Crimes-II

FamilyLaw-1 Descriptive Statistics Constitutional Law-I Contract II International Law

Semester V

Semester VI

Law of Evidence

Alternative Dispute Resolution Constitutional Law - II

Family Law

Public Interest Lawyering

Jurisprudence Administrative Law Law of Property Confl ict of Laws

Criminal Procedure Code

SemesterVl1

Semester VIII

Psychological Medicine & Law Labour Law

Civil Procedure Code Media & Telecom Law Intellectual Property Rights

Medical Jurisprudence Land Law

Company Law Environmental Law Professional Ethics

Semester IX

Semester X

Law & Forensic Science Interpretation of Statutes Maritime Law

Society, Science & Law Information Technology Law

For further details contact:

Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing Lawoflnsurance

Moot Court

Law ofTaxation

Human Rights Law

Viva voce

Registrar

National University of Advanced Legal Studies Kaloor, Kochi - 682 017, Kerala, INDIA.

Tel: 0484 - 2337363, Tel. Fax: 0484 - 2337857 Website: www.nuals.ac.in.

E-mail: registrar@nuals.ac.in.

vc@nuals.ac.in

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CALENDAR CLAT - 2009
12th January, 2009 Issue of Application Forms
(SBI, Indian Bank, CLAT Member National Law Schools)
10th April, 2009 Last date for submission of filled-in Application Form
1 r: May, 2009 Common Law Admission Test, CLAT-2009
from 3.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
30th May, 2009 Publication of result
zs" June, 2009 Last date for confirmation by the candidates
for attending the counseling
15t _ 3rd July, 2009 Counselling for Undergraduate
4th July, 2009 Counselling for Postgraduate
9th July, 2009 Closing of admissions
io' July, 2009 Commencement of Classes Members of Implementation Committee with Prof. Veer Singh, Convenor, CLAT-2009

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Members of Core Committee, CLAT-2009

Prof. A. Jayagovind Vice-Chancellor

National Law School of India University, Bangalore

Prof. Veer Singh Vice-Chancellor

NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad

Prof. 5.5. Singh Director

National Law Institute University, Bhopal

Prof. M.P. Singh Vice-Chancellor

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

Justice N.N. Mathur Vice-Chancellor

National Law University, Jodhpur

Prof. M.K. Srivastava Vice-Chancellor

Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur

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Mr. Bimal N. Patel Director

Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar

Prof. Balraj Singh Chauhan Director

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow

Prof. Gurjeet Singh Vice-Chancellor

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab

Prof. A. Lakshminath Vice-Chancellor

Chanakya National Law University, Patna

Dr. N.K. Jayakumar Vice - Chancellor

National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi

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NOTES

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