The National Law Institute University has been successful in instilling a sense of broad perspective along with scholastic and reflexive capabilities bearing in mind larger national and humanitarian goals in its students.
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 supra-national 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.
B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) Program: Five Year Integrated Course
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 - 12th examination. The candidates seeking admission must not have attained 20 years of age as on July 1, 2012. Relaxation of Two years is permitted for candidates belonging to SC/ST and OBC categories.
The University offers LL.M. Courses in the following three streams:
1. LL.M. in the area of: (a) Business Law (b) Environmental Law (c) Constitution & Administrative Law (d) Criminal Law . The courses in the above mentioned specializations will be offered according to the availability of the faculty and the number of seats in each of the above areas will be determined by the University at the time of admission. 2. LL.M. in Human Rights; and 3. LL.M. in Law, Science & Technology.
The library is well equipped with over 30,000 volumes consisting of reference books, back volumes of gyan mandir journals and law reports, current legal periodicals and a wealth of statistical material and rare collections. The students maintain the computerized 'knowledge management system' that adds around 5000 student projects to the database annually and aids in disseminating information for research. A range of online access like Lexis-Nexis, Manupatra and other legal research based software such as SCC Online and Grand Jurix are available for research. More databases on Legal and Humanities and Social Sciences are in the process of addition to the existing array of Electronic Databases. The library has received wide acclaim and recommendation from legal luminaries and experts like Justice G. K. Acquah, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana, Justice V.S. Malimath, Justice Madan Lokur and Prof. N. R. Madhava Menon.
National Law Institute University
Kerwa Dam Road
Bhopal - 462 044
Ph: 0755-2696965, 970, 971