Five-year BA LL.B, one-year LLM at National Law University, apply now

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The All-India Law Entrance Test (AILET) would be held from 11 am to 12.30 pm on 11 December at various centers including Kochi: Asia-Images-Group/Shutterstock

National Law University in Delhi is a premier institute that offers quality training in legal studies. Online applications could be submitted for three programmes until 15 November.

The All-India Law Entrance Test (AILET) would be held from 11 am to 12.30 pm on 11 December at various centres including Kochi. It is an OMR test using pen and paper. Marks would be reduced for the wrong answers.

The admit card would be available on the website from 22 November onwards. Wedbsite: www.nationallawuniversitydelhi.in.

The programmes
Five-year BA LL.B (Honours): There are 123 seats up for grabs. The applicants should have completed Plus Two with 45% marks; Scheduled Caste/Tribe applicants need 40%.

One-year LLM: There are 81 seats. The applicants should have scored at least 50% marks in LL.B or equivalent qualification. Scheduled Caste/Tribe applicants and persons with disabilities need 40% marks.

PhD: There are 16 seats. The candidates should be LL.B graduates or have equivalent qualification with 55% marks. Scheduled Caste/Tribe applicants and persons with disabilities need 50%.

The application fee is Rs 1,500. No fee should be paid by Scheduled Caste/Tribe applicants who belong to the BPL category.

Eligibility, exclusions
There is no age limit for application.

Overseas Citizens of India and Persons of Indian Origin need not write the entrance test. However, they should have scored at least 65% marks in Class 12.

There is no NRI quota for the courses.

CLAT/SLAT scores are not applicable for admission to these courses.

Those who have qualified UGC NET/JRF/MPhil/SLAT should write the university’s entrance test for admission to PhD programmes.

The hard copies of the application form or the certificates need not be sent via post. Besides, there is no need to upload any documents, except the BPL certificates of the Scheduled Caste/Tribe candidates, at the time of application.

The list of documents that have to be presented at the time of admission is available in the FAQ category on the website.