CLAT e-BROCHURE (NLUO)

CLAT e-BROCHURE (NLUO)
NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY ODISHA (NLUO)
The National Law University, Odisha was established
Srikrishna Deva Rao is
by Act IVof 2008 by Odisha State Legislature and started
the Vice-Chancellor of
imparting education in Law from the Year 2009. The
the university and Prof.
University is offering five year integrated programmes of
Rao has worked with
B.A. LL.B (Honours), B.B.A LL.B (Honours), LL.M. and
five national law
Ph.D. Programmes. It has a campus of 60 acres at Cuttack
universities in India
bound by the scenic beauty of the river Mahanadi in the
including NLSIU,
South and Kathjodi in the North. The academic curriculum,
NALSAR, GNLU,
pedagogy and teaching methods at the University secure
NLUD in addition to his
coordinated efforts to ensure a holistic understanding of
short stint with IGNOU
Law. The faculty of NLU Odisha includes prominent
School of Law, Delhi
scholars representing diverse fields of Law coupled with
University
Visiting Professors, Adjunct Professors including eminent
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).
Lawyers and Judges to provide comprehensive
understanding of Law.
Prof. (Dr.) Srikrishna Deva Rao
Vice-Chancellor
and
Teaching, Research and Community Action are the
three basic aims of the University. We are focusing on
We are privileged to have Hon'ble Mr. Justice Dipak
various contemporary legal issues through our research
Misra, Judge, Supreme Court of India as the Visitor of the
centres. We have students from 24 states of India. In a
University and Hon'ble Mr. Justice D. H. Waghela, Chief
short span of time, the students of the University have
Justice of Orissa High Court as its Chancellor. Prof. (Dr.)
proved themselves to be the
best mooters and debaters
in various National as well
as International Moot Court
& Debating Competitions.
A significant number of first
batch of students have
joined the legal regime
including higher education,
law firms, companies and
Dr. Dolly Jabbal
Registrar
civil society. Being a fully
residential university, the campus brims with fervour and
enthusiasm through spirited cultural events and
festivities. Extra-curricular activities ranging from sports
tournaments to musical performances add to the flavor
while students from diverse cultural backgrounds find
themselves woven in solidarity and harmony.
We have emerged as the centre of excellence in legal
education in India with the following achievements:
High Quality Teaching/Learning/Research
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NLUO is now part of Ministry of Human Resource
Development (Govt. of India) approved programme
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NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY ODISHA
titled Global Initiative for Academic Networks
cooperative model of legal aid and will reenergise
(GIAN). As part of GIAN now NLUO plans to host 10
justice delivery through legal aid and services in India
internationally renowned law professors every
in general and Odisha state in particular.
year from across the world to offer one credit courses
Moot Courts
in specialised areas of law and its international
The Moot Society (TMS) of NLUO is managed by the
applicability.
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Distinctly hospitable environment with learning
students under the guidance of a faculty advisor. It enjoys
beyond the classroom and teaching inspired by
the mandate to coordinate all aspects of the University's
leading empirical legal research.
involvement with Mooting. TMS has taken huge strides in
Young and dynamic faculty with visiting scholars from
providing impetus for the development of mooting culture in
across the globe, judiciary, law firms and corporate
the University by organization of intra-college and inter
are visiting NLUO and offering single credit courses
college Moot Court Competitions. At this point it is placed at
on contemporary law issues relevant for India and
the seventh position in the Mooting Premier League (MPL).
NLUO's resourceful library is the vital factor that
internationally.
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Innovative blend of practical, theoretical, skills-based
has been supporting its students' in securing best
and problem-solving learning to strengthen
memorial citations in all the prestigious moot court
professional and academic abilities with a sense of
competitions in the country. Some of the noteworthy
social and ethical responsibility.
performances in the previous and current academic year
Constant revision of Course structure and Course
are as follows:-
syllabus to meet the changing needs of legal
v Sixteenth Finalist and Honorary Mention for Best
education based on student feedback, peer review,
Claimant's Memorial, Willem C Vis East, 2015, Hong
professional and industrial inputs.
Kong.
v Winners and Best Speaker, 1st NUALS Maritime
Clinical Legal Education
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The university has introduced Legal Aid and PIL as a
compulsory clinical course for developing socially
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Kochi
v Winners and Best Memorial, 4th Paras Diwan
responsive lawyers.
'Energy Law' Moot Court Competition, 2014, UPES
The university has also introduced a course on Law
Dehradun
and Entrepreneurship to promote entrepreneurial
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Law National Moot Court Competition, 2014, NUALS
v Best Memorial, 7th B. Krishna IPR National Moot
and leadership skills in law students.
Court Competition, 2015, Symbiosis Law School
NLUO has set up in-house legal aid clinic that
Pune
supervises the three adopted villages in three
Beyond Academics
districts of Odisha by facilitating legal aid through
lawyers and with the help of law students of the
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We promote leadership skills and the wholesome life
university.
experience of our students by encouraging them to
The University has received a three years Project on
take part in various literary, debating, cultural and
'Access to Justice for Marginalized People and
recreational activities.
Socially relevant Legal Education' from
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the support system to help you settle quickly both into
Department of Justice, Government of India-UNDP to
your studies and social life.
to promote legal education for people as a vehicle for
promotion of justice. The project is being
A completely self contained residential campus with
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Diverse and friendly environments with students
implemented in Dompada, Jankia and Bharmagiri
from over 25 states help the new students feel at
villages in Odisha. This project will develop a
home in to time.
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Exceptional Infrastructure
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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME
Sprawling 60 acre campus with flowing rivers on both
In pursuit of its goal of promoting integrated
the sides.
knowledge, National Law University Odisha (NLUO) offers
Equipped with modern amenities, moot court hall,
co-operative learning opportunities. The undergraduate
language lab, gymnasium, auditorium, open theatre,
degree in law integrates liberal arts (B.A.) and managerial
multi-cuisine food court.
excellence (B.B.A.) courses into the stipulated five years.
Well stocked state-of-art library latest books, journals,
national and international online database and round
NLUO, at the moment, offers the following five year
integrated undergraduate programme namely- B.A.LL.B.
the clock wi-fi connectivity.
and BB.A.LL.B.
The Course Structure of Undergraduate Programme:
Semester 1
Law
Liberal Arts (B.A., LL.B.)
Management (BBA, LL.B.)
· Legal Methods
· Law of Torts
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·
·
· Law and Language
· Legal History
· Principles and Practices of
Law and Language
Legal History
Science of Politics
Architecture of Social Life
Management
· Introduction to Political
Science
Semester 2
Law
Liberal Arts (B.A., LL.B.)
Management (BBA, LL.B.)
· Constitutional Law I (Institutions
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
and Authority)
· Contract Law I (General
Principles)
Law, Literature and Films
Microeconomics
Contemporary Political Discourse
Sociology of Social Issues and
Debates
Law, Literature and Films
Basic Principles of Accounting
Introduction to Sociology
Organisational Behaviour
Semester 3
Law
Liberal Arts (B.A., LL.B.)
Management (BBA, LL.B.)
· Constitutional Law II (Values and
· Sociology of Social
· Cost and Management
Ideals)
· Contract Law II (Special
Contracts)
Transformation
· Macroeconomics
· Global Politics and Governance
· Basic Principles of Accounting
· Business Economics
· Human Resource
Accounting
Management
· Fundamentals of Marketing
Management
Semester 4
Law
Liberal Arts (B.A., LL.B.)
Management (BBA, LL.B.)
· Public International Law
· Corporate Law I(Formation and
· Economic Development and
· Corporate Accounting
· Strategic Management
Finance)
Planning in India
· Organizational Behaviour
· Criminal Law I(General Principles)
· Criminal Procedure
Semester 5
· Corporate Law II (Management
and Winding up)
· Criminal Law II (Specific and
statutory offence)
· Clinic I (Legal Aid and PIL)
· Law of Evidence
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· Jurisprudence
· Administrative Law
NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY ODISHA
Semester 6
· Civil Procedure
· Personal Laws I (Personal Relations)
· Interpretation of Statutes
· Direct Taxation
· Intellectual Property Rights
· Banking Law
Semester 7
· Labour Law I (Industrial Relations Law)
· Personal Laws II (Property Relations)
· Environmental Law
· Indirect Taxation
· Clinic II (ADR)
· Transfer of Property
Semester 8
· Labour Law II
· International Trade Law
· Private International Law
· Law of Insurance
· Seminar Course 1
· Seminar Course 2
Semester 9
· Clinic III (Trial and Applet Advocacy)
· Mergers and Acquisitions
· Information Technology Law
· Seminar Course 3
· Seminar Course 4
· Seminar Course 5
Semester 10
· Clinic IV (Professional Ethics)
· Legal Entrepreneurship
· Human Rights
· Seminar Course 6
ELIGIBILITY AND ADMISSION
NLUO admits students to (B.A.,LL.B and BBA,
· Seminar Course 7
· Seminar Course 8
2014-15 for B.A.LL.B. & BBA, LL.B. programmes is given
in the table below:
LL.B.) through Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).
Fee* (in `)
Major Head
The details on Eligibility criteria and Admission
Tuition Fee
50,000/- per semester
procedure are available at http://www.clat.ac.in.
Admission Fee
5,000 per annum
COURSE WISE INTAKE
Student welfare fund
5,000 per annum
Examination fee
5,000 per annum
Internet fee
5,000 per annum
Electricity charges
15,000 per annum
Sports and games facilities
2,000 per annum
Moot court / seminar /
workshops
6,000 per annum
Hostel fee
25,000 per annum
Library fee
3,000 per annum
Course
Seats
B.A., LL.B.(Hons.)
120 Seats (Two Sections)
BBA, LL.B. (Hons.)
60 Seats
Total Seats: 180
CATEGORY WISE INTAKE
Category
Seats
General
123
ST
21
SC
15
NRI/NRI Sponsored
15
Library Deposit
5,000.00
Foreign National (FN)
06
Mess Deposit
5,000.00
Total
10,000.00 one time
Total
180
* 6 seats are horizontally reserved for Specially
Abled Persons (SAP).
FEE STRUCTURE
The tentative fee structure and refundable deposits
for resident Indian students in the Academic Session
TOTAL
1,71,000 per annum
Refundable Deposits
*Note: The above fee structure does not include monthly
mess charges. Students are required to pay the mess
charges directly to the student mess committee at the
beginning of every semester.
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Tuition fee for Foreign National Students / NRI
SPECIALIZATION TWO: Constitutional and
Administrative Law
Students:
Tuition Fees
Foundation
Courses
US Dollar 5,000/- Per Annum*
Specialization Courses
1.
Centre-State Relations
and Constitutional
Governance
2.
Fundamental Rights and
Directive Principles
3.
Local Self Government
and Federal Governance
4.
Comparative
Constitutional Law
5.
Administrative Law
6.
Health Law
7.
Media Law
their abilities to think critically, analyze legal arguments,
8.
Educational Law
articulate ideas and research efficiently.
9.
Minorities Law
10.
Religion, Curiosity and
Law
*Note: Fee schedule is subject to revision without prior
notice
1. Research
Methods and
Legal Writing
LL.M. PROGRAMME (ONE YEAR)
2. Comparative
Public Law /
Systems of
Governance
NLU-Odisha offers one-year LL.M. Programme.
Through this programme, we intend to provide an ideal
platform for high-calibre students to acquire expertise in
3. Law and
Justice in
Globalised
World
specialized subject areas informed by highly
experienced, research-led teaching. Our innovatively
designed LL.M Programme will help students to develop
COURSE STRUCTURE: The University offers
specialization in the following area:
1.
Corporate and Commercial Law
2.
Constitutional and Administrative Law
The LL.M. curriculum have the following components:
I)
ii)
Note: Seven (7) courses to be
chosen by the student out of the
ten courses
ELIGIBILITY AND ADMISSION:
Foundation/Compulsory Courses (3 papers of three
NLUO admits students to its LL.M programme through
credits each)
Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). The details on
Optional/Specialization Courses (6 papers of two
credits each) and will be notified in each semester.
Eligibility criteria and Admission procedure is available
at http://www.clat.ac.in.
COURSE WISE INTAKE
iii) Dissertation (3 credits)
SPECIALIZATION ONE: Corporate and Commercial
Law
Course
Seats
LL.M
50
Total Seats : 50
Foundation Courses
1. Research
Methods and
Legal Writing
2. Comparative
Public Law /
Systems of
Governance
3. Law and Justice
in Globalised
World
Specialization Courses
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Company Law
Banking & Insurance Law
Commercial Arbitration
Laws on Securities and
Financial Markets
Intellectual Property Law
International Trade Law
Competition Law
Infrastructure Law
Cyber Law
Labour/Employment Law
Note: Seven (7) courses to be
chosen by the student out of the
ten courses
CATEGORY WISE INTAKE
Category
General
ST
SC
NRI/NRI Sponsored
Foreign National (FN)
Total Seats
*
2 seats are horizontally reserved for Specially
Abled Persons (SAP).
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Seats
34
06
04
04
02
50
NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY ODISHA
FEE STRUCTURE
Tuition fee for Foreign National Students / NRI
Major Head
Fee* (in `)
Tuition Fee
50,000/- Per Annum
Admission Fee
5,000 per annum
Students:
Tuition Fees
US Dollar 3,000/- Per Annum*
Student welfare fund
5,000 per annum
*Note: Fee schedule is subject to revision without prior
Examination fee
5,000 per annum
notice.
Internet fee
5,000 per annum
Electricity charges
15,000 per annum
Sports
and
games
facilities
Moot court / seminar /
workshops
Hostel fee
1,000 per annum
TOTAL
3,000 per annum
22,000 per annum
1,11,000 per annum
Refundable Deposits
SCHOLARSHIPS: NLUO offers scholarships for
deserving and needy students.
EARNING WHILE LEARNING
'Earning while learning' is a student aid scheme
instituted by the university to help students tide over
financial insufficiency. Under this scheme NLUO allows
Library Deposit
5,000.00
students to serve in the library in lieu of remuneration – to
Mess Deposit
5,000.00
be decided by the University or work in the projects
Total
10,000.00 one time
undertaken either by the University or faculty members.
*Note: The above fee structure does not include monthly
Owing to limited positions, students will be required to
mess charges. Students are required to pay the mess
apply for these vacancies at the beginning of the
charges directly to the student mess committee at the
semester. The University will select candidates on the
beginning of every semester.
basis of merit and need.
LIBRARY RESOURCE
marginalised communities in three villages of
Odisha.
NLUO provides excellent library facilities and the
resources are constantly updated to keep abreast of
(b) Centre for Child Rights- The University has
recent developments. The university is a Wi-Fi Campus,
established the Centre for Child Rights with the
connectivity enhances accessibility to e-resources like
support of UNICEF to safeguard, protect and
Hein Online, Lexix Nexix, Kluwer Arbitration
promote child rights in India.
International, Corporate Law Advisor, Manupatra, EPW,
(c) Barefoot Lawyers' College- The University has
JSTOR, Sage Journals Online, Advocate Khoj, AIR
established Barefoot lawyers' college under UGC
Online Database and Westlaw India on 24X7 basis. In
Community College Project for two years to prepare
addition, the CD/DVD collection includes about 250
community lawyers for at grass-root level.
documents including Palmer on Company Law, Journal
of Indian Law Institute and Annual Survey of Indian Law
(d) Centre for Banking and Insurance Laws
(e) Centre for Disability Law and Advocacy
etc. We also update the Library on regular basis to
facilitate access to the best academic infrastructure.
The university will soon shift the library in to the four floor
(f) Centre for Natural Resource Management
(g) Centre for Corporate and Commercial Laws
(CCCL)
separate library building.
(h) Intellectual Property Analysis and Advocacy Centre
RESEARCH CENTRES
(IPAAC)
The university encourages research and
(I) Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights
scholarship in contemporary areas. Some of the notable
(CCJHR)
research centre of NLUO which are distinct in their
(j)
nature and expertise are:
Centre for Outreach and Research in Agriculture
Law (CORAL)
(a) Centre for Access to Justice- The university has
We would invite the young aspiring lawyers to join
established the Centre for Access to Justice with the
aegis of UNDP and Deptt. of Justice (Govt. of India)
to promote legal aid through legal education for the
NLU Odisha to become a responsible global lawyer and
be part of NLUO's success story.
For further details, contact:
Registrar
National Law University Odisha
Kathajodi Campus
Sector – 13, C.D.A., Cuttack-753015
Land Line: 0671-2338018
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.nluo.ac.in
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