2906-20/1705/02: Notification: Extension of the Last Date for Filling the Admission (Expression of Interest) Form for UG/PG Programmes for all Categories for the Academic Year 2020-21

2906-20/1617/01: Gujarat National Law University in association with National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) organizes a webinar on “NAAC Assessment and Accreditation Process” on Monday, 06 July 2020 from 11.00 AM-01.00 PM

1306-20/1118/01: Tender Notice: Selection of contractor for Repair / Renovation works of Toilet blocks & HVAC works at Gujarat National Law University Campus

1206-20/1542/01: GNLU Ranks 7th Best Law School in India

Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) has been ranked 7th best law school in the country in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) Ranking 2020 released today by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

GNLU has improved its rank from 9th in 2019 to 7th this year.

The parameters on which the institutes are evaluated include Teaching, Learning and Resources; Research and Professional Practice; Graduation Outcomes; Outreach and Inclusivity; and Peer Perception.

GNLU is a truly diversified law university. It has the highest intake of students among all National Law Universities (NLUs) in the country. It. It is the only NLU which offers integrated UG programmes in five different streams: B.A.LLB, B.com LLB, B.Sc. LLB, BBA LLB and BSW LLB. It is also the only NLU to have supernumerary seats for admission of the outstanding sportsperson.

Expressing his delight over the ranking, GNLU Director Dr Shanthakumar said, “we have improved our score substantially– more than 58% - on the parameter of Research and Professional Practice. This reflects the excellent research credentials of GNLU faculty. I am sure GNLU faculty and staff will continue in their commitment to improving their performance year after year.”

1006-20/1211/01: Indian Navy collaborates with GNLU for training Naval Officers

Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) and the Indian Navy have entered into a collaborative arrangement for the capacity-building of the officials of Indian Navy in the area of Law of the Sea, Maritime Law and International Law through sound and sustained academic, research, extension and training programmes.

A Memorandum of Understanding to this effect was signed by GNLU Director Dr Shanthakumar for GNLU and Rear Admiral Antony George, Chief Staff Officer (Training) for and on behalf of Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Naval Command, on May 27.

Under this collaborative arrangement, GNLU and Indian Navy have agreed to undertake, inter alia, the following activities:

  • Both parties will aim to develop a mutually beneficial relationship to promote the goals and objectives of the law of the sea and maritime law as practised by the Government of India. Topics will include aspects specific to armed forces viz Laws of Armed Conflict (LOAC), International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and other relevant topics for the effective understanding of the Laws of the Seas and other similar legal instruments.
  • GNLU will offer short-duration training programmes ( one-month duration ), long-duration training programmes ( four-month duration ) as well as certificate courses of varied duration for the naval officers.
  • GNLU will offer residential research programmes for naval officers. For this purpose, the participating naval officers will need to fulfil the eligibility criteria and undergo the due selection process as per the GNLU norms.
  • GNLU will also offer online programmes on maritime law and other relevant topics for the naval officers.

The MoU will remain in force for three years.

It is expected that four short-duration (one-month duration) and two long-duration (four-month duration) programmes will be offered during the first year. The first such programme is tentatively scheduled to commence from September 2020.

Expressing happiness over the MoU, GNLU Director Dr Shanthakumar said, “We at GNLU are honoured to partner with Indian Navy with whom we have had a long-standing relationship. I am sure this collaboration will be mutually beneficial and further strengthen our relationship with the Indian Navy.”

Rear Admiral Antony George, Chief Staff Officer (Training) said, “It is a matter of pride for the Indian Navy to conclude an MoU with GNLU, a leading university on law and legal processes. The Indian Navy looks forward to meaningful collaboration with the eminent faculty at GNLU and utilize various courses being offered to further develop the Navy’s knowledge on Operational Law and International Maritime Law.”

0406-20/1425/01: IFA India Masterclass Series: "Tax Challenges of the Digitalization of the Economy in the Covid-19 Era" on June 4, 2020 (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM IST)

0106-20/1658/05: Notification: Inviting Expression of Interest for seeking Admission under the Non Resident Indian (NRI) Category for UG (LL.B.)/PG (LL.M.) Programmes for the Academic Year 2020-21

0106-20/1658/04: Notification: Inviting Expression of Interest for Seeking Admission Under Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) Residents/North East India (NEI) Category for UG (LL.B.)/PG (LL.M.) Programmes for the Academic Year 2020-21

0106-20/1658/03: Notification: Inviting Expression of Interest for Seeking Admission Under Foreign National (FN) Category for UG (LL.B.)/PG (LL.M.) Programmes for the Academic Year 2020-21

0106-20/1658/02: Notification: Inviting Expression of Interest for Seeking Admission Under the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) Category for UG (LL.B.)/PG (LL.M.) Programmes for the Academic Year 2020-21