Here are some FAQs that will help you gain a better understanding of the admission process at NLSIU. Please follow this page for regular updates.
BA LLB (Hons) UG Programme:
Registrations for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) commenced on 1st January 2021 and close on 15 June 2021. Due to the COVID pandemic lockdowns imposed in various states, please refer to the CLAT website for further details on the examination.
Click here to register: https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/
Announcements regarding the admission process and allotment of seats will follow after students appear for CLAT.
We do not accept predicted or mid-year transcripts. Students will have to produce their final transcripts during counselling and allotment of seats. In case of COVID-related delays, provisional admission may be granted on a discretionary basis.
There is no age limit to apply for UG and PG courses.
No, the 5-year integrated BA LLB course is only offered on campus.
No, we do not offer part-time BA LLB courses.
We do not accept transfer students.
Foreign Nationals who possess a PIO (Person of Indian Origin) or OCI (Overseas Citizen of India) card are eligible to apply for CLAT as NRI candidates.
No, NLSIU does not have an NRI quota.
The candidate will first have to appear for the entrance examination. If you secure admission, NLSIU will consider your grades. Upon converting your school grades, it should be equivalent to 45% under the Indian grading system to be eligible.
Students will have to complete their BA LLB programme to be eligible for the LLM programme on campus. Students who have completed any undergraduate degree may apply for the on-campus MPP programme or off-campus online and hybrid programmes offered by NLSIU’s Distance Education Department: https://online.nls.ac.in/
NLSIU is currently not offering the LLD programme. Please follow this page for further updates.