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The National Law School of India University was established with a view to make it a trailblazer in legal education in India. In its short life span from 1987 until the present day it has managed to do this and more. The nitty – gritty’s of being a student at India’s premier legal institution have been put under the microscope and examined in detail for the benefit of aspiring law – schoolites – Law School Tutorials.
Admission Eligibility : 10+2 School Examination or equivalent with not less than 50% marks ( Students taking qualifying examination in March / April 2004 are also eligible to apply )
Age Limit : Below 20 years as on 1st July 2004 ( 22 years in case of SC / ST candidates )
Course Structure :
The BA, LLB ( Hons ) course, though available presently in various other universities around India, saw its inception at NLSIU. Such an integrated course was conceived of with an objective to bring legal education on par with other professional courses like medicine and engineering, where a student fresh out of high-school can make an immediate career choice. The course is of 5 years duration.
The faculty teaching at NLS is selected from among the best available in their respective fields and the reputation of the university itself attracts the best faculty from all over India. Visiting faculty includes eminent names from all over India and the world. Ram Jethmalani, JS Verma, Kaushik Basu, Michael Kirby; these are just a few of the eminent personalities who have graced the NLS visiting faculty list. Apart from the regular courses that constitute the compulsory curriculum, there are also offered from time to time, optional single credit courses.
College Infrastructure :
For those who favour physical exercise, NLSIU offers fairly decent sporting facilities. A football field, a basketball court, two volleyball / throw ball courts, a clay tennis court are some of the sporting facilities available on campus. The computer room used to be referred to as the A/C room because of the fact that the only thing that functioned properly in it were the air-conditioners, but all that has changed with the full revamp of the computer lab carried out in November 2001.
The NLSIU Library has also established links with other important libraries in and around Bangalore in order to provide inter-library access for the benefit of students and teachers of the NLSIU. There is one main academic block ( referred to as acad. block or ad. block ) which houses all the classrooms, the libraries, the computer room and the faculty chambers, along with all the various centers that NLSIU runs like CCL (Center for Child and the Law), TILEM (The Institute for Legal Ethics and Medicine), and NIHR (National Institute of Human Rights). There is one classroom for each year, classrooms being equipped with sound systems and Overhead projectors.
Contact Details :
National Law School of India University,
P.O. Bag 7201,
Bangalore – 560 072, India,
Phone : 080 – 23213160, 2316 0532 / 0533 / 0535 ,
Fax : 080 – 23160534,
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org,
Website : http://www.nls.ac.in/.
Application Form Submission 16 Dec 2020 to 16 Jan 2021.