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National Law Institute University, Bhopal

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National Law Institute University, Bhopal


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0 # shubham mudgal Older than three months
i have completed my BBA n want to make my career in law so should i know how do i take admission in national law institute university for three year law programme
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0 # Shahida Older than three months
Hi, i have completed M.Com after B.Com, and want to make a career in law. May i know what is the procedure to get admission for LLB. Also want to know what is last date to apply for admission for LLB.
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0 # Priya Nigam Older than three months
is there any integrated law course provided after 10+2
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0 # vipul Older than three months
i have recently passed my +2 and after doing l.l.b from the best college of india so give me info. about ur college
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0 # Guest Older than three months
@ priyanka,

Three year courses are also available.
Check in

http://www.nliu.com/new/Admission.html
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+1 # Guest Older than three months
i want to know that, is NLIU-Bhopal provides 3yrs llb course???
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+2 # Guest Older than three months
Admission 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 B. A. 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. 2.1.1 Eligibility for Admission (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
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+1 # Guest Older than three months
Legal education never received the attention it deserved in this country. It is a paradox that the Constitution ushered in the ideal of rule of law and adopted the policy of development through law but little attention was paid to legal studies. For almost half a century study of law in Indian Universities has been in doldrums. It was increasingly realised by the professionals and academicians that the system of law teaching was thoroughly inadequate, unimaginative and divorced from the major public issues of the day but attempts to change have that have been few and far between.

It goes to the credit of Madhya Pradesh Government to realise that the policy of globalisation and liberalisation opened up new economic and developmental opportunities for the people. Trans-national and supranational regimes threw new challenges as much to economics and finance as to law and the legal profession. A trained cadre of dedicated and informed lawyers is needed to take up the responsibilities generated by the new developments all over the world.

Large law firms, professionals and consultants are needed not only to handle the multi-national legal issues but also to enrich the country by taking sensible and profitable national stance in order to make India a vibrant and strong economic power in the world. The legislators, the administrators and business leaders need to have a strong legal background to take up the emerging challenges and opportunities staring in the face today.

The National Law Institute University (NLIU) has been established by Act No. 41 of 1997 of the Madhya Pradesh Legislature to fill the gap and providing most modern legal education through multidisciplinary teaching and training of newer skills needed for the profession.The University launched its first academic programme in 1998 and teaching for five year B.A., LL.B. course commenced from September 1 of that year.
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+1 # Guest Older than three months
my clat marks are 77 and 13588 rank. plz sujest me any good law college.
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+1 # Guest Older than three months
my clat marks are103 and rank is 6905. what are my chances of admission in your college?
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