National law universities (NLU)

In India, National law universities (NLU) or National law schools are public institutions established by the government and regulated by the Bar Council of India and the Ministry of Law and Justice (India). The first NLU is The National Law School of India University (NLSIU), located in Bangalore, admitted its first batch in 1998. Since then, every state in India has established an NLU. Since their inception, these law schools have continuously ranked as India’s top-most law schools. These institutes are ranked amongst the world’s best law schools by leading agencies like Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and Times Higher Education. There are 23 NLUs in India with high placement packages and top-class research output with global recognition.

 

Courses at NLUs

The National Law Universities (NLUs) are the leading law colleges in India, So the competition among students to get admission into them is very high. There are 23 NLUs offering law courses at undergraduate (LLB)(5 years integrated degree), postgraduate (LLM), and Ph.D. levels. They now also offer postgraduate diploma as well as distance mode courses.

List of NLUs & Programs offered by them

 

National Law School of India University, Bangalore– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
– Master of Philosophy (MPhil) degree
National Law University, Delhi– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
National Academy of Legal Study & Research (NALSAR)
University of Law, Hyderabad
– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
The West Bengal National University
of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Bachelor of Science (BSc) LLB
– Master of Law (LLM)
National Law Institute University, Bhopal– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
National Law University, Jodhpur– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) LLB Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) LLB Hons.
– Bachelor of Science (BSc) LLB
– Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) LLB
– Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) LLB
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
Chanakya National Law University, Patna– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) LLB Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
National Law University Odisha, Cuttack– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) LLB Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Master of Philosophy (MPhil) degree
National University of Study & Research in Law, Ranchi– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
National Law University & Judicial Academy, Assam– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law
University (DSNLU), Visakhapatnam
– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
The Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirapalli– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) LLB
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) LLB Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Doctor of Law (LLD)/ Ph.D. in Law
Dr. B R Ambedkar National Law University Sonipat, Haryana– Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (BA LLB) Hons.
– Master of Law (LLM)

Special & Distant courses offered by NLUs

  • National Law School of India University, Bangalore
  1. Master of Business Law (MBL) – Distant program
  2. Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Rights Law (PGDHRL) – Distant program
  3. Post-Graduate Diploma in Medical Law & Ethics (PGDM-LE) – Distant program
  4. Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Law (PGDEL) – Distant program
  5. Post-Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights Law (PGDIPRL) – Distant 
  6. Post Graduate Diploma in Child Rights Law (PGDCRL) – Distant program
  7. Post-Graduate Diploma in Consumer Law & Practice (PGDCLP) – Distant program
  8. Post-Graduate Diploma in Cyber Law & Cyber Forensics (PGDCLCF) – Distant program
  9. Master’s Programme in Public Policy (MPP)

 

  •  National Academy of Legal Study & Research (NALSAR) University of Law, Hyderabad

 

  1. Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Distant & On-campus program
  2.  Corporate Governance – Distant & On-campus program
  3.  Court Management – Distant & On-campus program
  4.  Financial Services and Capital Markets – Distant & On-campus program
  5.  Sustainability and Innovation Management – Distant & On-campus program
  6.  Marketing Management – Distant & On-campus program
  7.  Human Resource Management & Business Regulations – Distant & On-campus program
  • National Law Institute University, Bhopal
  1. Master of Cyber Law & Information Security (MCLIS)
  2. Post Graduate Diploma Courses in Cyber Law & Cyber Security – Distant program
  3.  Goods and Services Tax (GST) – Distant program
  4. Consumer Protection Laws and Practice – Distant program
  • National Law University, Delhi
  1. Post Graduate Diploma in Urban Environmental Management and Law (PGDUEML)
  2. Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism and Environmental Laws (PGDTEL)
  3. Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Law and Policy (PGDELP)
  4. Indian Legal and Judicial systems – Bridge Course
  5. Constitution of India – Bridge Course
  6. Criminal Procedure of Law – Bridge Course
  7. Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act – Bridge Course
  8. Indian Law of Evidence – Bridge Course 
  9. Property Law – Bridge Course
  10. Professional Ethics – Bridge Course
  • National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi
  1. Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Laws and Ethics (PGDM-LE)
  2. Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Laws (PGDCL) 
 

What is LLB?

Legum Baccalaureus(Latin word) or Bachelor of Law is an undergraduate law degree for anyone who wants to enter the field of judiciary and law. Candidates after finishing their 12th grade can write a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for a chance to join the prestigious NLUs in India. You can become a lawyer, an advocate, a law officer, a paralegal, a lecturer, etc. after the completion of this course. The average salary is around 4-6 LPA for this degree holders. Students can also opt to join courses like LLM, M.Phil., LLD, Ph.D., etc. which are also offered by NLUs after the completion of LLB. 

It is compulsory to clear the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) to practice law in India. It occurs annually on 15th September 2020 (tentatively). If you have not cleared this exam, you’ll not be eligible to argue in court.

LLB full form: Legum Baccalaureus( Latin word) or Bachelor of Law

LLM full form: Legum Magister( Latin word) or Master of Law

TOP 5 NLUs based on NIRF rankings 2020
  1. National Law School of India University, Bangalore
  2. National Law University, Delhi
  3. National Academy of Legal Study & Research (NALSAR) University of Law, Hyderabad
  4. National Law University, Jodhpur
  5. The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
 

NLSIU - National Law School of India University, Bangalore

BA LL.B at NLSIU

The course is for a duration of Five Academic Years. Each academic year is again divided into three Trimesters.

Admission: Admission into NLSIU is purely based on merit assessed through CLAT (Common Law Entrance Test)

Eligibility: There is no upper age limit. Minimum percentage of marks in the qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2 or an equivalent examination), the candidates in a category must have secured:

 

CategoryQualifying percentage
General / OBC / PWD / NRI / PIO / OCI45% or equivalent grade
SC/ST40% or equivalent grade


Seat Availability: 
 

 

CategoryReservation
General Category93
Scheduled Caste18 (15%)
Scheduled Tribe9 (7.5%)
State Quota*30 (25%)
PWD6(5%)

*Note for state Quota: General Category candidates who are students from Karnataka shall benefit from a 5% concession on the General Merit cut-off score obtained in CLAT. (for candidates who have studied for more than or equal to ten years in a recognized educational institution in Karnataka).

 
Program Fees: ( Category wise)

Category

Fees per
Annum

General Category

Rs. 2,62, 000/-

SC/ST Category

Rs. 2,58, 875/-

Foreign Nationals

USD 10,025

Note: The fees may subject to change upon the discretion of the institute

Curriculum: BA LL.B courses

1st Year courses

1st Trimester

2nd Trimester

3rd Trimester

Sociology I

Economics II

Sociology II

Economics I

Torts II

Political Science I

Legal Methods

History I

Contracts II

Torts I

Contracts I

Constitutional Law I

2nd Year courses

4th Trimester

5th Trimester

6th Trimester

Family Law I

Jurisprudence I

Criminal Law II

Political Science II

Constitutional Law III

Administrative Law

Constitutional Law II

Property Law

Land Laws

Criminal Law I

Family Law II

History II

3rd Year courses

7th Trimester

8th Trimester

9th Trimester

C.P.C. I

C.P.C. II

A.D.R.

Criminal Law III

Corporate Law I

Corporate Law II

Law of Evidence

Law, Poverty & Dev.

D.P.C.

Seminar

Seminar

Seminar

4th Year courses

10th Trimester

11th Trimester

12th Trimester

Labour Law I

Labour Law II

Intellectual Property Law

Taxation Law I

Environmental Law

Human Rights Law

Professional Ethics

International Law I

Jurisprudence II

Seminar

Seminar

Seminar Course

5th Year courses

13th Trimester

14th Trimester

15th Trimester

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Litigation Advocacy

Litigation Advocacy

Litigation Advocacy

* Seminar Courses
To encourage specialization, students of the 5th year are expected to select 8 seminar courses out of the total number that is offered in an Academic Year. (2 courses in the XIII Trimester, 3 courses in the XIV Trimester, and 3 courses in the XV trimester). Some of the optional seminar courses are taught by Guest Faculty from other Universities.
 
 

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LL.M at NLSIU Bangalore

The course is for one Academic year. Each academic year is again divided into three Trimesters. And NLSIU provides two specializations namely Human Laws and Business Rights Laws. 

Admission: Admission into NLSIU is purely based on merit assessed through CLAT (Common Law Entrance Test). Candidates can choose to join either Human Laws or Business Rights Laws. Once admitted to a preferred branch, the admission is final and the branch cannot be changed.

Eligibility: No upper age limit for appearing in CLAT. An LL.B Degree or an equivalent examination with a minimum percentage, the candidate in a category must have secured:

CategoryQualifying percentage
General / OBC / PWD / NRI / PIO / OCI50% or equivalent grade
SC/ST45% or equivalent grade

Seat availability: 

 

CategoryBusiness seats (30)Human Rights seats (20)
Scheduled Caste (15%)53
Scheduled Tribe (7.5%)22
General Category2315

Program Fee: (Category wise)

Category

Fees per
Annum

General Category

Rs. 1, 89,500/-

SC/ST Category

Rs. 1, 86,375/-

Foreign Nationals

USD 5,650

Note: The fees may subject to change upon the discretion of the institute

Curriculum: LL.M courses

1st Year courses – Business Laws

1st Trimester

2nd Trimester

3rd Trimester

Research-Based Learning
in Law: Models & Methods

Changing Conception of Justice & Globalised Legal
 Order

International Trade Law

Comparative Public Law
and Governance

Taxation Law

Seminar Course

International &
Comparative Law of IPRs

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Corporate Governance

Seminar Course

Dissertation

1st Year courses – Human Rights

1st Trimester

2nd Trimester

3rd Trimester

Research-Based Learning
 in Law: Models & Methods

Changing Conception of
Justice & Globalised Legal Order

International Human
Rights Law

Comparative Public Law
and Governance

Refugee & International
 Humanitarian Law

Seminar Course

Human Rights Law

Seminar Course

Seminar Course

Concept & Development
of Human Rights

Seminar Course

 Dissertation

NLSIU Bangalore Cut-off trend (CLAT ranks)

 

RoundGeneralAI SAPAI SCAI ST
Round 101-54363-189269-1857
Round 256-571907-19072575-2575
Round 358-582018-2018

NLSIU Bangalore Placements

Top Law
Firms

Amarchand & Mangaldas &
Suresh A. Shroff & Co.

AZB & Partners

Bhasin & Co.

Anand & Anand Advocates

Clifford Chance

Desai & Dewanji

DSK Legal

Dua Associates

KNM & Partners

Top
Companies 

Bajaj Allianz

DLF Limited

Edelweiss Corporate

Exchange
Credit Guarantee Corporation

Fox Mandal Little &
Co.

HAL, Bangalore

IBM

Larsen
& Turbo Infrastructure

Legasis
Service Pvt. Ltd.

MCX Stock Exchange Ltd

Microsoft Corporation

Pangea 3

Power Grid Corporation of India
 Ltd.

Quistex

Reliance Power Ltd.

  Students Placed

  Students eligible

NLU - National Law University, Delhi

LL.B at NLU Delhi

The course is for a duration of Five Academic Years. Each academic year is again divided into two semesters.

Admission: Candidates will be shortlisted purely based on the merit obtained in AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) and HSC

Eligibility: 

  • Candidates should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination or an equivalent exam by  more than or equal to 50%
  • Foreign Nationals should have secured at least 65% marks in the Higher Secondary Examination or an equivalent examination
Seat Availability:
Category
DelhiAll India
Total
 PwD PwD
Unreserved24124150
15% Scheduled caste (SC)717116
7.5% Scheduled Tribes (ST)40408
22% Other Backward Class (OBC)11111124
10% Economically Weaker Section (EWS)606012
Total523523110
Foreign Nationals10
Supernumerary Seats Kashmiri Migrants (KM)
including Kashmiri Pandits/Kashmiri Hindu
Families (Non-Migrants) who are living in the Kashmir Valley
1
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir2
Total123
Program Fee:

Head

Amount

Tuition Fee

Rs. 85,000 p.a.

USD 10,000 for Non-SAARC Country

USD5,000 for SAARC Country

Student Welfare Fund

Rs. 2,500 p.a.

Electricity Charges

Rs. 12,000 p.a.

Examination Fee

Rs 3,000 p.a.

Reading Material Fee

Rs 2,500 p.a.

Library Fee

Rs 2,500 p.a.

Internet Fee

Rs 5,000 p.a.

Sports and Games Facilities Fee

Rs 3,000 p.a.

Journals Fee

Rs 2,500 p.a.

Moot Courts/ Seminars/Workshops etc

Rs 5,000 p.a.

Room Rent

Rs 18,000 p.a.

Hostel Facilities

Rs. 20,000 p.a.

One-Time Fees (to be paid only at the time of admission to the I-year)

Campus Development Fund

Rs. 5,000

Admission Fee

Rs. 2,500

Deposits

Library Deposit

Rs. 5,000

Hostel Deposit

Rs. 5,000

Mess Deposit

Rs. 5,000

Total

Rs 1,86,000/-

 
Note: The fees may subject to change upon the discretion of the institute 

Curriculum: BA LLB courses

1st Year courses

1st Trimester

2nd Trimester

English I

English II

Political Science I

Law of Torts II

Legal Method

Political science II

HLDC

Law of contracts I

Law of Torts I

Criminal Law I

2nd Year courses

3rd Trimester

4th Trimester

Law of Contracts-II

Law of Property

Family Law-I

Family Law – II

Criminal Law-II

Law and Poverty

Economics & Law-I

Economics & Law – II

Sociology-I

Sociology – II

3rd Year courses

5th Trimester

6th Trimester

Jurisprudence-I

Jurisprudence – II

Constitutional Law-I

Constitutional Law – II

Administrative Law

Clinic- I (ADR)

CPC & Law of Limitation

International Law

Law of Evidence

Labour Laws

4th Year courses

7th Trimester

8th Trimester

Corporate Law-I

Law-II

Environmental Law

Taxation Law

Intellectual Property Rights Law

Cyber Law

Banking Law & Negotiable Instruments

Clinic – II

Seminar Course-I

Seminar Course – II

5th Year courses

9th Trimester

10th Trimester

International Trade Law

Law of Insurance

Judicial Process & Interpretation of
Statutes

Human Rights, International
Humanitarian &
Refugee Law

Clinic-III

Clinic – IV (Court Management &
Practical Training)

Seminar Course-III

Seminar Course – V

Seminar Course-IV

Seminar Course – VI

 

LL.M at NLU Delhi

It is a master’s program and runs for two academic years.

Admission: Candidates will be shortlisted purely based on the merit obtained in AILET (All India Law Entrance Test).

Eligibility: 

  •  For eligibility into LL. M. program, a candidate must have passed the LL.B. or an equivalent degree from a recognized University with more than or equal to 55% marks on aggregate (50% if reserved categories, i.e. SC/ST/PwD).
  • For Foreign Nationals to be eligible into LL. M. program, a candidate must have passed the LL.B. or an equivalent degree from a university recognized by UGC/ Association of Indian Universities with more than or equal to 55% marks.

Seat availability:

Category
DelhiAll India
Total
 PwD PwD
Unreserved14114130
15% Scheduled caste (SC)505010
7.5% Scheduled Tribes (ST)30306
22% Other Backward Class (OBC)717116
10% Economically Weaker Section (EWS)40408
Total33233270
Foreign Nationals10
Supernumerary Seats Kashmiri Migrants (KM) including Kashmiri
Pandits/Kashmiri Hindu Families (Non-Migrants) who are living in the Kashmir Valley
1
Total81

Program Fee:

Particulars

Fee for Hostlers

Fee for Non-Hostlers

Tuition Fee

INR 1,00,000.00

INR 1,00,000.00

Campus Development Fund Fee

INR 3,000.00(One time)

INR 3,000.00(One time)

Admission Fee

INR 1,000.00(One time)

INR 1,000.00
 (One time)

Examination Fee

INR 3,000.00

INR 3,000.00

Library Fee

INR 3,000.00

INR 3,000.00

Internet Fee

INR 8,000.00

INR 8,000.00

Electricity Charges

INR 12,000.00

INR 12,000.00

Sports and Games Facilities Fee

INR 3,000.00

INR 3,000.00

Journals Fee

INR 2,000.00

INR 2,000.00

Dissertation  Fee

INR 1,000.00

INR 1,000.00

Room Rent (For Hostel)

INR 18,000.00

Hostel Facilities (For Hostel)

INR 20,000.00

*Library Deposit

INR 3,000.00

INR 3,000.00

*Hostel Deposit (For Hostel)

INR 5,000.00

*Mess Deposit (For Hostel)

INR 3,000.00

Total

INR 1,85,000.00

INR 1,39,000.00

Curriculum: LLM courses

The course is structured into 3 parts.

  • Mandatory papers – Research Methodology, Comparative Public Law, Law and Justice in a Globalizing World
  • Optional papers – Students can select a total of 5 optional papers. ( Some courses provided in the previous years are listed below, which can change from year to year)
  • Dissertation
Optional papers:
  1. Constitutional Law and Environmental Law – Constitutional Law, Climate Change and Sustainable Development, Comparative Law, Constitutional Theory, and Environmental Law and Policy
  2. Constitutional Law and Criminal Law – Constitutional Law, Contemporary Issues in Criminal Law, Comparative Law, Constitutional Theory, and Advanced Criminal Procedure
  3. Constitutional Law, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law – Constitutional Law, International Human Rights Law, Comparative Law, Constitutional Theory, and International Humanitarian and Refugee Law
  4. Constitutional Law and Personal Laws – Constitutional Law, Succession, Marriage and Divorce, Constitutional Claim and Sociological Perspective of Personal Law, Constitutional Theory, and Comparative Family Law
  5. IPR and Competition Law – Advanced Intellectual Property, Advanced Competition Law, Intellectual Property and Competition Law Interface, Comparative Copyright Law, and Comparative Perspectives on Anti-Trust Agreements and Dominance
  6. Business Laws – Advanced Intellectual Property, Advanced Competition Law, International Business Transactions, International Taxation, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Advanced Corporate Law
  7. Employment Laws – Administrative and Service Law, Resolution of Service Matter Disputes, Labour and Industrial Laws in the 21st Century, Labour Disputes Resolution, and Social Security and Welfare Safeguards
NLU Delhi Cut-off trend (AILET)

AILET –
LLB

Category

2019Cut-off
by score

2020Cut-off
by score

General

70.75

Economically Weaker Section

70.75

PWD

43.25

ST

48.5

OBC

75.25

SC

46.25

48

Unreserved

75.25

Kashmiri Migrants

35.25

52

JAMMU & KASHMIR

51.25

57

AILET –
LLM

Category

2020Cut-off
by score

General

81.25

OBC

81.25

SC

81.25

ST

81.25

PWD

81.25

Unreserved

81.25

Economically Weaker Section

81.25

Kashmiri Migrants

58.5

JAMMU & KASHMIR

58.5

NLU Delhi Placement       

 

ParticularsSalary/ Statistics 
Number of students placed41
Total batch strength78
Median salary packageRs 15 LPA
Highest recruiting sectorIndian Law Firms
Star recruiterTrilegal

 

SectorPlacement Share (in %)
Indian Law Firms49
International Law Firms10
Corporates31
Public Sectors10

 

OrganizationNo of the accepted offers
Indian Law Firms
Trilegal5
Khaitan & Co4
S&R Associates3
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas2
AZB & Partners2
L&L Partners2
Talwar Thakore & Associates1
P&A Law Offices1
International Law Firms
Herbert Smith Freehills2
Linklaters2
Corporates
OYO5
ICICI Bank3
Essar Oil & Gas2
Edelweiss Asset Reconstruction2
CL Educated1

NALSAR - National Academy of Legal Study & Research University of Law, Hyderabad

LL.B at NALSAR

The course is for a duration of Five Academic Years. Each academic year is again divided into two semesters.

Admission: Admission into NALSAR is purely based on merit assessed through CLAT (Common Law Entrance Test)

 

Eligibility: There is no upper age limit. Minimum percentage of marks in the qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2 or an equivalent examination), the candidates in a category must have secured:

 

CategoryQualifying percentage
General / OBC / PWD / NRI / PIO / OCI45% or equivalent grade
SC/ST40% or equivalent grade

Seat Availability:

 

Category

Category-wise

 

 total seats

All
India
seats

State

 

 seats

General

81+3

65+2

16+1

Scheduled
Caste

16

13

3

Scheduled Tribe

8

6

2

Total

108

86

22

– 2 seats are reserved for PwD candidates.
 
Program fee structure: 
ParticularsAmount
Tuition Fee
  • 1,30,000/- p.a. for Indian Nationals
  • US $ 6,000 per annum or its equivalent in Indian Rupee +
    Rs.10,000/- for students from SAARC countries.
  • US $12,000 per annum or its equivalent in Indian Rupee +
    Rs.20,000/- for students from Non-SAARC countries.
Other Academic Charges15,000/- p.a.
User Charges67,000/- p.a.
One-time payments10,000/-
Refundable Deposits20,000/- (14,000/- for SC/ST)
Curriculum: LLB courses

No.

Course Name

Credit 

No.

Course Name

Credit

I –  SEMESTER

II – SEMESTER

1.1

Legal Theory and
Methods

5

2.1

Law of Contracts-I

4

1.2

Law of Torts

4

2.2

Sociology-I

3

1.3

English-I

3

2.3

Family Law-I

4

1.4

History-I

3

2.4

History-II

4

1.5

Political Science-I

4

2.5

Political Science-II

3

1.6

Social Science Seminar

3

 

 

 

III – SEMESTER

IV – SEMESTER

3.1

Law of Contracts – II

4

4.1

Criminal
Law-II

4

3.2

Sociology –II

4

4.2

English-II

4

3.3

Economics – I

3

4.3

Economics-II

4

3.4

Criminal Law – I

4

4.4

Property Law

4

3.5

Family Law –II

4

4.5

Law & Poverty

4

3.6

Social Science Seminar

3

 

 

 

V – SEMESTER

VI – SEMESTER

5.1

Labour Law-I

4

6.1

Company Law

5

5.2

Constitutional Law-I

5

6.2

Constitutional Law-II

5

5.3

International Law

5

6.3

Administrative Law

4

5.4

Civil Procedure Code and the Law of Limitation

4

6.4

Labour Law-II

4

5.5

Law of Evidence

4

6.5

Taxation

5

5.6

Social Science Seminar

3

 

 

 

VII – SEMESTER

VIII – SEMESTER

7.1

Intellectual Property Law

5

8.1

Environment Law

5

7.2

Clinic

4

8.2

Clinic

4

7.3

Elective Course

4

8.3

Elective Course

4

7.4

Elective Course

4

8.4

Elective Course

4

7.5

Seminar Course

4

8.5

Seminar Course

4

IX – SEMESTER

X – SEMESTER

9.1

Clinic

4

10.1

Clinic

4

9.2

Elective Course

4

10.2

Elective Course

4

9.3

Elective Course

4

10.3

Seminar Course

4

9.4

Seminar Course

4

 

 

 

Total Credits – 200

Elective courses: Banking and Finance Laws, Critical Corporate Theory, Private Equity and Venture Capital Transactions in India, Around the world in search of “tax logic”: An introduction to income tax design, Capital Markets and Securities, Law and Practice of Service Tax, Legal Pluralism and Conflict of Laws, International Human Rights Law, The Rule in Law, Legislative Process and Interpretation, Approaches to Public Argumentation, Law: Between Conflict and Resolution, Legal Reform and Social Justice, Gender and Religion in the Comparative Constitutional Context, Religion, Violence and Indian Nationalism, Restorative Justice, Criminology and Victimology, International IP and Innovation Policy, Patent Litigation, Aspects of Licensing of Intellectual Property, Practical Aspects of Litigation Procedure in India, Land Laws, International Trade Law, Health & Social Justice, Corporate Crimes, Humanitarian & Refugee Law, International Commercial Arbitration, Sports Law, Law and Pop Culture, Information Technology Law.

LL.M at NALSAR

The course is for one Academic year. Each academic year is again divided into two Trimesters. 

Admission: Admission into NALSAR is purely based on merit assessed through CLAT (Common Law Entrance Test).

Eligibility: No upper age limit for appearing in CLAT. An LL.B Degree or an equivalent examination with a minimum percentage, the candidate in a category must have secured:

CategoryQualifying percentage
General / OBC / PWD / NRI / PIO / OCI50% or equivalent grade
SC/ST45% or equivalent grade

Seat Availability: 

CategorySeatsSeats reserved for
Telangana domiciled candidates
General414
SC92
ST51
OBC55
Total – 60

Program Fee: 

Particulars

Fee amount (Rs.) (One year)

Tuition Fee

65,000

Library Fee, Exam Fee, etc

13,000

Room Rent, Electricity, Water, Internet Charges, etc.)

67,000

One Time payments

10,000

Total

1,55,000

Curriculum: LLM courses

I Semester (July to December):

Mandatory Courses:

Course Credits

Research Methods and Legal Writing

4

Law and Justice in Globalizing world  

4

Optional Courses:

Course Credits

Elective Paper-I

3

Elective paper-II

3

Seminar paper-I

3

II Semester (January to May):

Mandatory Course:

Course Credits

Comparative Public Law/Systems of
Governance

4

Optional Courses:

Course Credits

Elective Paper-III/ Teaching Assistantship

3

Seminar paper-II (Research Writing Course) 

3

Seminar Paper-III

3

Dissertation

6

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NALSAR Hyderabad cut-off trend:

NALSAR
Hyderabad Cutoff 2019 for BA LLB

Category

Closing
Rank

Round I

Round II

Round
III

General

119

128

129

General (W)

120

127

General (PwD)

3982

4415

GC-TL

448

GC-TL (W)

802

SC

3010

3097

3354

SC (W)

2849

3030

3564

SC (TL)

5909

SC (TL) (W)

4360

6131

ST

4275

4533

ST (TL)

8001

9449

ST (TL) (W)

9059

NALSAR
Hyderabad Cutoff 2019 for LLM

Category

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

General

88

200

219

GC-TL

593

652

975

General (PwD)

526

2961

4509

Scheduled Caste

444

1462

1524

SC-TL

2085

2195

Scheduled Tribe

567

2988

3343

ST-TL

2293

4652

NALSAR Hyderabad placements:

 

Top Indian Law Firms

Recruiters

Accepted
Offers

AZB & Partners

10

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

7

Khaitan & Co

3

L&L Partners

6

Majmudar & Partners

1

S&R Associates

1

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas

3

Trilegal

4

Verist Law

1

Top Corporate Houses

Recruiters

Accepted
 Offers

Edelweiss Asset Reconstruction Company Limited

2

GMR Group

1

HDFC Bank Limited

1

ICICI Bank Limited

2

Vedanta Limited

2

Public Sector Undertakings

Recruiters

Accepted
 Offers

National Mineral Development Corporation

2

Rural Electrification Corporation Limited

1

Steel Authority of India Limited

4

Top International Law Firms

Recruiters

Accepted 
Offers

Herbert Smith Freehills

1

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