LL.M.
National Law Institute University (NLIU) Bhopal

Type: Masters Degree

Category: Arts, Law & Languages

Sub Category: Law

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About LL.M. Course

Here are the details of LL.M. Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.

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
3. LL.M. in Law, Science & Technology

Eligibility for Admission:-

The candidate should have secured an LL.B. degree or its equivalent from a recognized University, having
obtained not less than 55% marks in the aggregate (50% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC).


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About the College

The National Law Institute University (NLIU) has been established by Act No. 41 of 1997 of  the Madhya Pradesh Legislature to fill the gap and providing most modern legal education through multidisciplinary teaching and training of newer skills needed for the profession.The University launched its first academic programme in 1998 and teaching for five year B.A., LL.B.

Legal education never received the attention it deserved in this country. It is a paradox that the   Constitution  ushered in the ideal of  rule of law and   adopted    the  policy  of  development through  law  but little attention was paid to legal studies. For  almost  half a century  study  of law in Indian  Universities  has  been in  doldrums. It was  increasingly  realised  by  the  professionals and    academicians   that   the   system  of   law teaching       was      thoroughly       inadequate, unimaginative   and   divorced   from  the  major public issues of the day  but  attempts  to change have that have been few and far between.

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 supranational 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.

Large  law  firms,  professionals  and  consultants  are  needed  not  only  to  handle  the multi-national  legal  issues  but   also  to  enrich   the  country  by  taking  sensible  and profitable  national  stance  in  order  to  make  India  a  vibrant  and    strong economic power in the world. The  legislators,  the  administrators  and  business  leaders  need to have a strong legal background to take up  the emerging  challenges  and  opportunities staring in the face today.

 


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Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), India Ph. (0755) 2696965

Email: dsps_pnp@yahoo.com

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Comments / Reviews / Queries LL.M.

  • Sir I am passed in 2011 56% , Iwant to admission in LLM, Sugges university & college Posted By : Ajay Kumar Singh, on 26-12-2011 20:16:04
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  • i have sec 54 in second llb deegree. i want to llm Posted By : swati nigam, on 18-01-2011 06:21:18
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  • I AM GRADUATE IN LL.B. WITH 52% now i want LL.M. degree in MADYA PRADESH SO PLZ HELP ME Posted By : GAURAV JAISWAL , on 23-12-2010 01:36:21
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  • i am interested in LL.M.distance learning course . please informe me about fee & admission procedure .any age limit are there . i pass my LL.B. in 2000 from agra university Posted By : deepti shukla, on 03-10-2010 22:48:34
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  • Sir I have passed law in 2001 from Jiwaji Uni. with 58%. I want to apply for LL.M. Kindly tell me how can I do. Also advice me for doing LLM through corrospondance. Posted By : Ramdeen Gupta, on 10-09-2010 06:14:18
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  • I have passed law in 2000 from Barkatulla Uni. with 56%. I wan to apply for LL.M. Kindly tell me how can I do. Also advice me for doing LLM through corrospondance. Posted By : Vishal Batra, on 31-08-2010 12:41:55
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  • Sir, I have done Ll.b. with 55% I wan to do Ll.M.Can I do ? Posted By : abhijeet ingle, on 13-08-2010 22:39:01
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  • I have passed law in 2000 from Jiwaji Uni. with 55%. I wan to apply for LL.M. Kindly tell me how can I do so because my percentage is slightly low. Posted By : abhijeet ingle, on 13-08-2010 22:37:07
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  • we pass out LLB with 51% and belonging OBC. LLM by NLIU is it regular or distance learning program and what is the last date for admission for LLM and Free Structure for LLM distance learning. thanking You. Posted By : PRASHANT SONI, on 04-08-2010 23:25:44
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  • I have secured 51.25% in LLm(open). I want to know that can i get admission in NLIU. Posted By : prashant nayak, on 30-07-2010 02:18:03
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  • i am interested in LL.M. distance learning course from thins institute . Pls inform me about the admission procedure &fee structure Posted By : stuti bhatnagar, on 11-06-2010 10:47:39
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