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Rules of Admission for Undergraduate Programmes

  1. The qualification required for admission to any undergraduate course is 10+2 with 50% marks in aggregate. There shall be a National Entrance Test (NET) every year for selecting students strictly on the basis of merit demonstrated in the result of the test.

  2. The admission test question paper shall comprise to test (a) linguistic ability; (b) analytical skills; (c) level of quantum of information; (d) mathematical aptitude; (e) legal reasoning; and (f) aptitude for learning law. Some preliminary psychological ability test may also be included.

  3. There shall be three streams of study namely, Policy Sciences, Management Studies and Sciences, which shall be integrated with legal courses leading respectively to the award of B.P.Sc., LL.B., (Hons.). B.B.A., LL.B., (Hons.) and B.Sc., LL.B., (Hons.) over a period of five years. There shall be no conferment of intermediate degrees.

  4. Parents or the guardians of the candidates selected on merit would be invited to meet the Vice Chancellor and the faculty members before completion of admission at the date and time notified as per the schedule. There shall be no marks for the interview. However, the candidates may be rejected on the grounds such as taking of drugs or alcohol or any behavior unbecoming of a professional of the University. When a candidate is rejected on any of the aforesaid grounds an opportunity of being heard may be given.

  5. Applicants must not have been born earlier than July 1, 1985.

  6. Fifteen per cent (15%) of the total seats shall be reserved for the applicants from Scheduled Castes (SC) and seven and a half per cent (7.5%) for applicants from Scheduled Tribes (ST) provided that, they attain a standard for admission by scoring a cut off point.

  7. Foreign, Non-Resident Indian applicants and Indian applicants staying abroad at the time of National Entrance Test (NET) shall take the admission test at the place indicated by the University in their own country or country of residence, as the case may be.

  8. The University shall hold the National Entrance Test at the notified places and times.

  9. The selected candidates shall pay semester fee, refundable deposits, non-refundable charges, charges for halls of residence etc., as may be notified by the University from time to time.

  10. Any student intending to apply for scholarship or bank loan may submit his/her application that may be required by the University. Students selected for admission can make private arrangements with the banks and financial institutions, for which the letter of the bank agreeing to pay University fee directly to the University on the day of admission must be submitted in response to the call for admission. Any selected student who fails to pay his/her admission fee and other charges by the date fixed for such payment shall forfeit his/her claim for admission.

  11. In cases where candidates are obtaining equal marks in the Entrance Test, their merit shall be determined by marks obtained in the qualifying examination i.e., Senior School Examination or the 10+2 Examination and Secondary School Examination or Class 10 Examination taken together.

  12. The result of the Entrance Test and the merit obtained shall be communicated to each candidate by post. The University will announce the results on its website : www.nlujodhpur.ac.in also.

  13. Streams of education as provided by the University and to be opted by the student shall be decided by the faculty after the admission having due regard to the choices made by the students at the time of applying for admission.

  14. Every selected candidate shall produce two reference letters from the Head of the School/College or members of the Faculty where he/she has studied testifying his/her character.

  15. A letter requesting for prospectus and application form for appearing in the NET 2005 shall be accompanied by a bank draft of Rs. 1200 (Rupees One Thousand and Two Hundred only) (US $ 150 (one hundred and fifty dollars) in case of NRI and Foreign applicants).

  16. Prospectus can be downloaded free of charge from out website : www.nlujodhpur.ac.in also. While submitting the application a bank draft of Rs. 1200 (Rupees One Thousand and Two Hundred Only) as fee for appearing in the Entrance Test must be attached to the application form, drawn in favor of Registrar, National Law University, Jodhpur payable at Jodhpur.

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