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Courses at National Law University

February 13, 2004 11:24 IST

National Law University, Jodhpur

The only university in India to run multidisciplinary law courses invites applications for:

The National Entrance Test, 2004 for undergraduate and post-graduate programmes May 1, 2004.

Undergraduate (Integrated Courses)

· Management and Law (BBA, LLB Hons) – Corporate, General

· Science and Law (BSc, LLB Hons) – Criminal, IPR, General

· Policy Science and Law (BA, LLB Hons) – Constitutional, General

· Technology & Law (B Tech, LLB Hons) – Technology & Regulatory System

Eligibility for appearing in the test: Passed Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2) with 50% in the aggregate. Students appearing in the HSC exam in 2004 may take the test. If selected, they would have to produce their marksheet as proof of minimum 50% in the aggregate or above, in their 10+2 examination. Applicant must not have been born earlier than July 1, 1984.

Post Graduate

· Master in Management and Law (Six semester-integrated MBA, LLM including one semester internship for corporate management and legal system)

· Master in Governance Studies (Four semesters for those interested in Public Services)

· Master in Intellectual Property Law (Four semesters for those interested in practice IPR as patent attorney)

· Master in Trade Related Law (Four semesters specialized for practice/research in International Trade and Legal Systems)

· Master in Criminal Law and Forensic Science (Four semesters)

· Master in WTO Studies (Four semesters)

· Master in Insurance Studies (Four semesters)

Eligibility for taking the Test: Degree in any subject with 55% marks in the aggregate. In addition degree in law shall be preferred.

Distance Education (Without any entrance test)Direct enrolment will start in the following two distance education post- graduate courses with effect from July 1, 2004.

· Master in Trade Laws

· Master in Criminal Law and Forensic Science

How to apply

1. NET 2004 application form and prospectus may be procured by sending a draft of Rs 1,000 only ($100 for foreign/NRI applicants) in favour of the Registrar, National Law University Jodhpur.

2. Prospectus can also be downloaded from www.nlujodhpur.ac.in While submitting the application a demand draft of Rs 1,000 ($100 for foreign/NRI applicants) must be attached.

3. All filled in applications must reach the Registrar, National Law University, NH-65, Nagaur Road, Mandor, Jodhpur on or before March 31, 2004.

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