Bengaluru's NLSIU invites applications for LLB, Public Policy courses

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The National Law School of India University at Bengaluru (NLSIU) has invited applications for admission to three of its courses which start on July 1. The courses for which online applications would be received till April 6 are the following:

Three-year LLB (Honours)

There are 120 seats for this course and eligibility to apply is a bachelor degree in any subject with at least 45% marks. Final-year degree students also can apply. The minimum mark for applicants belonging to Scheduled Caste/Tribe and differently abled categories is 40%.

Selection will take place based on an all-India entrance test to be conducted at various centres on April 30.

Two-year Masters in Public Policy

Graduates in any discipline with at least 50% mark and final-year degree students can apply for this course. The cut-off mark for Scheduled Caste/Tribe and differently-abled applicants is 45%.

Students for the course will be selected based on an all-India entrance test scheduled on April 29 and an interview to be conducted later.

PhD (Law) (Interdisciplinary)

There are four seats in each branch for this course. Selection procedures include an entrance test, aptitude for research, thesis and research proposal.

For details and registration, check website

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