The national law School of India University came into existence through a notification under the national law school of India university act (Karnataka Act 22 of 1986). it signified the culmination of efforts by the judiciary, the bar council of India, the Karnataka bar council, the Bangalore University and the government of Karnataka to reform legal education and to establish a centre of excellence for legal education and research in India. The chief justice of India is the chancellor of the university. The chairman, the bar council of India, is the chairman of the general counsel. These connections lend a stature and prestige to the school which is unparalleled in the history of legal education in India. The Karnataka act confers complete administrative and academic autonomy which facilitates innovation and experimentation in the pursuit of excellence in legal education. The law school offers through its distance education department a master’s degree programme in business laws, and post-graduate diploma programmes in human rights law, environmental law, medical law and ethics, intellectual property law and child rights law. Many officers and working professionals have enrolled in these courses. Faculty members of the law school are also involved in the organization of programmes for and the teaching of officers belonging to the administrative, postal and other services. In addition to reaching out with legal education informally to members of the society through these programmes, the law school has had, from the very start, a legal services clinic and a centre for women and the law reaching out with legal aid and advice to women and others from the disadvantaged sections of the society, and mediation and negotiation for settlement of disputes. faculty and students of the law school help in creating legal awareness mainly among women and girls through classes in colleges and schools in and around the city of Bangalore.
The Exam Time Table is very important for a student. The candidates can plan their study timing according to Examination Schedule and appear in the examination to score higher marks in NLSIU Degree Exam. The National Law School of India University Exam Scheme 2019 download link is available below. So the Private, Regular, Non-Collage (NC) and Ex-Students must download NLSIU BA, B.sc and B.com Exam Date Sheet 2019 for 1st Year, 2nd Year and 3rd Year or Final Year.
NLSIU (National Law School of India University) provides different courses at undergraduate and PG level in different disciplines. The duration of each program is different. There are different courses in the list of Postgraduate courses such as MBA, M.Sc., MA, M.Com, MCA, M.Phil. etc. In addition, the university provides diploma courses at PG level. The list of Undergraduate courses consists of BA, B.Com, BCA, B.Ed., BBA, B.Sc., BJMC, etc.
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NLSIU is one of India's most prestigious law universities offering candidates PG, PG and research courses on legal education. candidates can apply for UG & PG courses such as B.A., LL.B., LLM and MA. National Law School of India University also offers advanced research level courses like Ph.D., M.Phil. and LL.D.
Apart from NLSIU, CLAT also organizes a separate entrance test, namely, PAT (Policy Aptitude Test) for MA in Public Policy & Research Entrance Test for M.Phil & Ph.D programme.
Eligible candidates can fill the application form in both the ways i.e. offline as well as online. The detailed process of both is given below:
|M.A. (Public Policy)||2 Years|
|B.A. + L.L.B. (Hons)||5 Years|
|M.Phil. (Law)||2 Years|
|Ph.D. (Law)||2 Years|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Child Rights Law (PGDCR)||1 Years|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Consumer Laws||1 Years|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Law and Cyble Forensics (PGDCLCF)||1 Years|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Law (PGDEL)||2 Years|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Human Rights Law (PGDHRL)||1 Years|
|Post Graduate Diploma Intellectual Property Rights Law (PGDIPRL)||1 Years|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Law and Ethics (PGDMLE)||1 Years|
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