The National Law University, Delhi, a premier institute in Law education has called for admissions to its four programmes. Applications can be submitted until November 13.
The applicant has to clear the two-hour entrance All-India Law Entrance Test (AILET) which would be held in 35 centres across India, including Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram, on December 10, from 11 am.
There is no age restriction.
• Five-year BA LLB (Honors): 110 seats
Those with a pass in Plus Two with at least 45 per cent marks can apply. Applicants from the Scheduled Caste/Tribe and specially abled categories need only 40 per cent.
Those who are set to attend the higher secondary examination in 2024 can also apply.
Out of the 10 additional seats, five each are allotted for Overseas Citizens of India as well as Persons of Indian Origin and foreigners. They need not clear the AILET; however, they must have scored a minimum of 65 per cent marks in the 12th exams.
• One-year LLM: 70 seats
The applicant must be a graduate in law with a minimum of 50 per cent marks. Applicants from the Scheduled Caste/Tribe and Specially abled categories need only 40 per cent. Law students who are to appear for their final examinations in 2024 can also apply.
The categories and conditions for 10 additional seats are the same as above.
• PhD in Law: 25 seats
LLM or equivalent degree with a minimum of 55 per cent marks is the eligibility. It is 50 per cent for applicants from the Scheduled Caste/Tribe, Specially abled, Other Backward Class who are not part of the 'creamy layer', and Economically Weaker Section categories.
The number of additional seats reserved are: UGC-JRF holders 5, those in the AILET merit list 16, AILET fellowship holders 4 and Foreigners 2.
• PhD in Social Sciences (Political Science, Sociology, Criminology, Economics, English)
The candidate must have a Bachelor's and Master’s degree in the particular subject with a minimum of 55 per cent marks. It is 50 per cent for applicants from the Scheduled Caste/Tribe, Specially abled, Other Backward Class who are not part of the 'creamy layer', and Economically Weaker Section categories.
The four additional seats are reserved for UGC–JRF holders, those who cleared AILET, AILET Fellowship holders and Foreigners. UGC–JRF holders and foreign candidates need not attend the AILET.
An application fee of Rs 3,500 can be remitted online. Scheduled Caste/Tribe and Specially abled need to pay only Rs 1,500.
Below Poverty Line students from the Scheduled Caste/Tribe categories need not pay the fees.
No admissions would be allotted based on the CLAT/LSAT scores. There are no NRI seats.
More details on how to apply, previous year's question papers, and fee structure can be had on the website https://nationallawuniversitydelhi.in