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Important Dates

  • Commencement of accessibility/submission of ONLINE application forms

    February 01, 2021
  • Last date of Application (Extended)

    August 02, 2021
  • Declaration of Merit List for General Category

    August 05, 2021

Institute reserves the rights to change the above dates

Innovation in Curriculum

  • Establishment of Legal Incubation Centre
  • Exclusive skill Labs for life-skills acquisition
  • Enhancement of practical and experiential learning through specially designed clinical courses
  • Customized courses on professional training based on the career choice of students
  • Foreign language courses of international importance
  • Expert training in research methodology and publication

Instructional Pedagogy

  • Clinical pedagogy with a practical approach
  • Emphasis on academic orientation along with systematic internship training programmes with credit in each semester
  • Interaction with renowned lawyers, judges, law teachers and scholars
  • Student Mentorship Services
  • Legal Aid Clinic for societal outreach and clinical Training
  • Innumerable opportunities to participate in National, International events like seminars, moot courts etc.
  • Outcome-Based Education
  • Strong academic delivery system and streamlined assessment mechanisms
  • ICT based technologies to facilitate active learning
  • Google classroom & blog for each course
  • Street Law & Community Clinic
  • Legal research centres to inculcate interdisciplinary research aptitude

Programme B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) B. Com., LL.B. (Hons.)
85% Seats (General Category) 102+51* 102
Upto 15% Seats (NRI/NRI Sponsored Category) 18+9* 18
Total Intake (* Subject to BCI Approval) 120+60* 120

* The Institute reserves the right to amend the Course Structure

Semester I Credits 24 Semester II Credits 24
Political Science: An Introduction (B.A) Macro Economics (B.A.)
Sociology: An Introduction (B.A) Political Theory (B.A.)
Financial Accounting (B.Com.) Criminology (B.A.)
Business Organization and Management(B.Com.) Business Economics (B.Com.)
English I (Communication) (B.A/B.Com) Corporate Accounting (B.Com.)
Law of Tort incl. M.V. Act and Consumer
Protection Laws and M.V. Act (B.A/B.Com)
Organizational Behaviour (B.Com.)
Legal Methods (B.A/B.Com) Professional Ethics (B.A./B.Com.)
Principle of Economics (B.A/B.Com) English II (Literature) (B.A./B.Com.)
Supl. Course – Skill Lab I Supl. Course – Internship I & Research Centre Activities
Semester III Credits 24 Semester IV Credits 24
Indian Political Thought (B.A) International Relations(B.A.)
Cost and Management Accounting(B.Com.) Economics of Development(B.A.)
Constitutional Law I (B.A/B.Com) Financial Management (B.Com.)
Contract Law II (B.A/B.Com) Business Statistics (B.Com.)
Legal Writing and Legal Research (B.A/B.Com) Constitutional Law II (B.A./B.Com.)
Jurisprudence I (B.A/B.Com) Jurisprudence II (B.A./B.Com.)
Criminal Litigation I (IPC, Cr.P.C.) (B.A/B.Com) Criminal Litigation II ((IPC, Cr.P.C.) (B.A./B.Com.)
Supl. Course – Skill Lab II & Internship II (Trial Court) Supl. Course – Clinic / Research Centre / Street Law
Supl. Course – Internship III (Trial Court / High Court)
Semester III Credits 24 Semester IV Credits 24
Indian Political Thought (B.A.) International Relations (B.A.)
Cost and Management Accounting (B.Com.) Economics of Development (B.A.)
Constitutional Law I (B.A./B.Com.) Financial Management (B.Com.)
Contract Law II (B.A/B.Com.) Business Statistics (B.Com.)
Legal Writing and Legal Research (B.A./B.Com) Constitutional Law II (B.A./B.Com.)
Jurisprudence I (B.A./B.Com.) Jurisprudence II (B.A./B.Com.)
Criminal Litigation I (IPC, Cr.P.C.) (B.A./B.Com) Criminal Litigation II ((IPC, Cr.P.C.) (B.A./B.Com.)
Supl. Course – Skill Lab II & Internship II (Trial Court) Public International Law (B.A./B.Com.)
Supl. Course – Clinic / Research Centre / Street Law
Supl. Course – Internship III (Trial Court / High Court)
Semester VII (B.A./B.Com.) Credits 28 Semester VIII (B.A./B.Com.) Credits 28
Labour and Industrial Law II Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
Arbitration and ADR (Clinical Course) Interpretation of Statute
Property Law Honours Elective I
Taxation Law Honours Elective II
Administrative Law Honours Elective III
Intellectual Property Rights Honours Elective IV
Institute Elective I Institute Elective II
Supl. Course – Skill Lab IV & Internship VI Supl. Course – Internship VII
Semester IX (B.A./B.Com.) Credits 24 Semester X (B.A./B.Com.) Credits 12
Honours Elective V Moot court and internship (Clinical Course)
Honours Elective VI Elective Course V
Honours Elective VII Elective Course VI
Honours Elective VIII
Institute Elective III
Institute Elective IV
Supl. Course – Skill Lab V & Internship VIII
Banking and Negotiable Instrument Act Theorizing India: Construction,
Contestation and Critique
Introduction to Human Rights
Land Law International Economic Law Introduction to the Indian Constitution
Law, Science and Technology
Gender Justice and Feminist International Taxation Law Nanotechnology and Law
Jurisprudence Energy Law Law of Sea
Private International Law Real Estate Law Artificial Intelligence and Law
International Commercial Arbitration Forest Law Law, Policy and Governance
White Collar Crime Sports Law European Legal System
Competition Law Goods and Services Tax U.S. Legal System
Law and Public Policy Medical Law Chinese Legal System
Corporate Governance Air and Space Law Human Rights law
Insurance Law Biotechnology and Law Critical Criminal Law (Seminar Course)
Maritime Law Nanotechnology and Law Banking Law
Agrarian Reforms and Law Health and Law Humanitarian Law
Public Interest Lawyering Forensic Science and Law
Human Rights and International Right to Information
Paper Constitutional Law Group Business Law Group Criminal Law Group Intellectual Property Law Group
Hons.I Indian Federalism Merger and Acquisition Criminal Psychology Law of Copyright and Designs
Hons.II Law on Education Financial Market Regulations Penology and Victimology Law of Trademark and  Geographical Indications
Hons.III Comparative Constitution Law on Corporate Finance I.T. Offence Patent Right Creation and Recognition
Hons.IV Local Self Government including Panchayat Administration Investment Law Forensic Science Farmers & Breeders Rights
Hons.V Service Law Corporate Insolvency Offences against child and juvenile WTO & International Intellectual Property Rights
Hons.VI Law of Writs Law on Infrastructure and Project Finance Financial System and Fraud Biodiversity
Hons.VII Legislative Power under the Constitution of India Foreign Trade International Criminal Law Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence
Hons.VIII Fiscal Responsibility and Management Insurance Law Comparative Criminal Procedure IP and Antitrust Law

* The Institute reserves the right to amend the Course Outline

Fee Structure of Five Year Integrated B.A., LL.B. (Hon.) and B.Com., LL.B.
(Hons.) for the year 2021-22
For General Category:
1 Tuition Fees* 2,53,500.00 Yearly
2 Seminar, Orientation, Welcome kit 1,200.00 One time
3 Refundable Securities (Refundable) 7,000.00 One time
University Fees
4 University Enrollment Fee (One Time) 1,000.00 One time
5 Semester End Exam, Initial Registration &
Semester Grade Report
7,000.00 Yearly
Activity Fees
6 Students Activity fees 22,000.00 One Time
7 Alumni fees 1,000.00 One time
8 Internship and Placement facilitation charges 5,000.00 One time
Grand Total 2,97,700.00
Fees structure for NRI / NRI Sponsored 
Tuition fee –US$7500 per annum (inclusive of all except refundable deposits, University fees, student activity and alumni fees)

 

The international students can apply under one of the following two categories:

Category 1 : Foreign Nationals having non-Indian passports (FN), OR foreign students having non-Indian passport and also having the OCI or PIO card (OCI/PIO) can apply under OCI/PIO/FN Supernumerary category that has 10% seats reserved. The students from SAARC countries can apply under the FN category, however they will be charged the fees as per the Indian National regular fees.

Category 2 : Students whose parents are currently working in Gulf countries or South-east Asia can apply under CIWGC-SEA Supernumerary category that has 5% seats reserved. The students must hold Indian passports, and should have passed qualifying exams either from India or outside of India.

More details on number of seats, eligibility, fees, online application link etc. can be found from following website:

https://internationalrelations.nirmauni.ac.in/admissions

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