National Law University,Delhi established in 2008 by Act No.1 of 2008 of National Capital Territory of Delhi and with the initiative of High Court of Delhi is another Law University in the list of premier law Universities established in India. The vision of the University is to create a Global Legal Institution which will compete with the best outside India and to prepare Lawyers for a legal career that introduces them to wide range of opportunities in legal profession across the globe. The University's State of Art infrastructure is near completion at Sector 14, Dwarka, New Delhi with all facilities for best of learning and research.
The University invites applications for a Five year integrated B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) degree programme for the academic year 2011-2012 commencing from August, 2011.
About the Course
Joining a law course is a serious step which will perhaps change the way you look at life, society and more importantly your role in administration of justice and upholding the ideals of the Constitution of India. At National Law University,Delhi the accent is all about equipping you with knowledge to meet the challenges of the emerging global paradigms, and empowering you with methods and discipline which prepare you for the Bar or for any corporate position.
National Law University,Delhi students come from diverse backgrounds with aspirations of their own. They are intelligent and our task is to provide them a platform to decide their future course in life. The faculty ensures that the curriculum is stimulating, participative and modern. Listening to students, smoothly molding their minds and imparting knowledge is what the faculty is adept at. Five years at National Law University,Delhi is an ideal blend of learning which will prepare you for the tomorrows and the burgeoning needs of the legal world, with broad perspectives and finer details. You will graduate to be one of the finest lawyers. We will ensure that more than this happens.
Eligibility and Admission Procedure
- Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2 System) or equivalent Examination with not less than 50% of marks in the aggregate (those who are appearing in the examination in March/April, 2011 can also apply)
- Age Limit: Below 21 years as on 1st July, 2011 (23 years in case of SC/ST candidates)
- Admission will be strictly on merit through All India Law Entrance Test (AILET 2011)
- Seats Criteria: 80 (eighty) [70 (Seventy) seats on merit through All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) and 10 (ten) seats for direct admission to Foreign Nationals on merit].
Foreign Nationals to be eligible should have 65% marks in the qualifying examination.
Shedule of NLU Delhi 2011 Entrance Examination
- AILET will be held on 1st May 2011 at 3.00 pm to 4.30 pm
- B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) 5-years Course
- Tuition Fee : Rs.35,000/- per semester
- Campus Development Fund Fee : Rs.5,000/- (one time)
- Admission Fee : Rs.2,500/- (one time)
- Student Welfare Fund : Rs.2,500/- p.a.
- SBC Fund : Rs.2,500/- 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.
- Electricity Charges : Rs.12,000/- p.a
- Sports and Games Facilities Fee : Rs.3,000/- p.a.
- Journals Fee : Rs.2,500/- p.a.
- Moot Courts / Seminars / Workshops, etc. fund : Rs.5,000/- p.a.
- Room Rent Deposits : Rs.18,000/- p.a.
- Library Deposit : Rs.5,000/-
- Hostel Deposit : Rs.5,000/-
- Mess Deposit : Rs.5,000/-
Note: The actual mess charges will be announced in the first week of every month and students will be required to pay the amount within a week.50% of the deposits will go towards Student Welfare Fund and 50% towards Alumni-Fund on completion of the course.
The tuition fees shall be paid through crossed Demand Draft obtained in favour of Registrar, National Law University,Delhi along with the consent letter of the candidate expressing willingness to join the course in the University. If any candidate fails to turn up for the interview for admission to the course, only 75% of the tuition fees paid will be refunded to the candidates. The non-refundable part of the tuition fees shall be utilized towards financial assistance to deserving students who could not pay the tuition fees on account of their economic backwardness, based on the recommendation of a committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor.
The annual tuition fees of Rs. 70000/- (Rupees Seventy Thousand Only) for Indian Nationals, US Dollar Five Thousand for candidates from SAARC countries and US Dollar Ten Thousand for students from other countries along with other annual payments for that year from the second year onwards may be paid either in one lump sum or in two equal installments at the commencement of each semester. Such tuition fees and other annual payments shall be paid within seven working days before the commencement of each semester. If the tuition fees and other annual payments are paid beyond the aforesaid period, it shall be paid along with late fees @ Rs. 10/- per day upto a further period of 7 working days from the expiry of the due date of payment of fees without late fees. If any student fails to pay the tuition fees and other annual payments within the aforesaid time, his/her name will be deleted from the rolls. Such candidates will be readmitted only on payment of readmission fees of Rs. 500/-, along with the late fees, till the date of payment, that too, after submission of a satisfactory report from a Professor of this University as regards his/her conduct and performance. However, in deserving cases, the Vice-Chancellor, may waive the payment of late fees and readmission fees, after recording reasons therefore.The University reserves the right of admission to the subsequent year course on grounds of conduct and character.
The needy students will be provided need-based scholarship to pursue their studies at the University. Under the Scheme, the students awarded scholarship/need-based financial assistance of any kind shall have to repay the said amount to the University (without interest) within 2 years of the completion of the course. The students will execute a bond to that effect.
Students should follow the prescribed University dress code on Tuesdays and during University functions, meeting with visitors to the University and public lectures.
Winter : Black Blazer, White Shirt, Grey Trousers, Black Tie, Black Shoes, Grey Socks
Summer : White Shirt, Grey Trousers, Black Tie, Black Shoes, Grey Socks
Winter : Black Blazer, White Shalwar Kameez, White Dupatta, Black Shoes, White Socks
Black Blazer, White Shirt, Grey Trousers/Grey Long Skirt, Black Tie, Black Shoes, Grey Socks
Summer : White Shalwar Kameez, White Dupatta, Black Shoes, White Socks
White Shirt, Grey Trousers/Grey Long Skirt, Black Tie, Black Shoes, Grey Socks
Academic Regulations for 5 Year Law Course Leading to The Award of B.A , LL.B (Hons) Degree
1.Duration of the course and semester system
- The duration of the course shall be Five academic years.
- Each academic year is divided into two semesters. Each semester having a minimum of ninety (90) working days.
- The academic semesters shall be announced in advance each year and shall ordinarily be between August-December and February-June, with winter break and summer vacations during which the student will do their internship for four weeks each.
2. Scheme of study of the course
Each semester shall carry five courses and the details of paper and semester wise distribution is as follows:
The following will provide an overview of the B.A.,LL.B (Hons.) Course at the National Law University,Delhi
- Number of semesters : 10
- Number of courses per semester : 5
- Total number of courses : 50
- Number of regular law courses : 32
- Number of clinical courses : 4
- Number of social science courses : 8
- Number of optional courses : 6
Sector - 14, Dwarka - 110078
New Delhi, India
Telephone No : 011-24533442, 28034257
website : http://www.nludelhi.ac.in/