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Post Graduate Programme One year LL M

Eligibility For Admission For PG Programme
Post-Graduate (LLM) semester-wise Course Structure* (One-Year)

Student can choose any of the following groups for specialization in addition to compulsory subjects.

Semester I

Core Papers

  • Comparative Public Law/Systems of Governance
  • Research Methods and Legal Writing
  • Law and Justice in a Globalizing World

Group I - Corporate and Business Law

  • Corporate Law
  • Law of Banking and Insurance

Group II - International Comparative Law

  • Public International Law
  • International Economic Laws

Group III - Intellectual Property Laws

  • Introduction to Laws of IPR & International Intellectual Property Organizations
  • Law of Patent

Group IV- Constitutional and Administrative Law

  • Fundamental Rights and Social Justice
  • Media and Telecommunication Laws

Group V - Criminal Law and Security Law

  • Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration
  • Police Law and Administration

Group VI - Public Policy, Law and Governance

  • Public Policy: Theory and Practice
  • Law, Constitutionalism and Political Theory

Group VII - Sports Law

  • Sports Culture and Society
  • Sports and Law

Group VIII - Maritime Law

  • International Law and Law of the Sea
  • Trade and Transport Regulation and Carriage of Goods by Sea, Road, Rail, Air and Multimodal Transportation
Semester II

Group I - Corporate and Business Law

  • Securities Law
  • Investment Law
  • Competition Law
  • Advanced Contracts (Evolving Jurisprudence in Contract Law)

Group II - International Comparative Law

  • Private International Law / Conflict of Laws
  • Air and Space Law
  • Laws of International Organizations
  • International Humanitarian Law

Group III - Intellectual Property Laws

  • Transfer of Technology and IPR Litigation
  • Law of Copyright
  • Law relating to Trademark and Geographical Indication
  • Law of Biotechnology and Challenges of Traditional Knowledge

Group IV- Constitutional and Administrative Law

  • Constitutional Bodies
  • Centre State Relations and Local Self Government
  • Administrative Law
  • Principles of Transparency and Accountability Regulatory Framework

Group V- Criminal Law and Security Law

  • Victimology
  • Criminal Justice and Human Rights
  • National Security and Regional Co-operation
  • International Criminal Law

Group VI - Public Policy, Law and Governance

  • Administrative Reforms and Public Administration
  • Law Economics and Policy Analysis
  • Law and Governance
  • International Economic Institutions

Group VII - Sports Law

  • International Sports Organizations and Federations (Comparative Sports Law)
  • Sports Ethics, Integrity and Law
  • Sports Dispute Resolution
  • Commercialization of Sports

Group VIII - Maritime Law

  • Maritime Law and Shipping Contracts Chaterparties, Bills of Lading – Applicable Instruments and Standard Contracts, Laytime and Demurrage, Salvage, Pilotage and Towage
  • Marine Environment
  • Marine Insurance
  • Indian Admiralty Jurisdiction and Laws pertaining to Maritime disputes
  • *To stay abreast of latest developments in the legal profession and in the academic world, enrichment of academic curriculum is a regular process at GNLU and this program structure is subject to revision as and when required.
  • Important Note: If any course is not offered due to lack of adequate number of students (minimum 10 Students per Specialization), students of the same course will be transferred to other courses on the basis of available seats as per the guidelines of the Academic Council.
Intake And Reservations For PG (LL.M.) Programme


  All India* Others J&K Residents North East (NE)India**
Course General SC ST NRI FN Total Supernumerary Seats
PG (LL.M.) 38 09 05 06 02 60 01 02

SC = Schedule Caste, ST = Schedule Tribe, NRI = Non Resident Indian, FN = Foreign National

 

Fee Structure for PG Programme (I Year)


Type of Fees PG
One Time  
Admission Fee ₹ 2000
General Security Deposit ₹ 15000
Total (One time) ₹ 17000
Annual  
Tuition Fee ₹ 80000
Tuition Fee – NRI & Foreign National 6000 USD
Infrastructure Maintenance Fee ₹ 28000
Examination Fee ₹ 6000
Academic facility Fee
(Library, Computer, Internet, Moot Court, Training, etc.)
₹ 18000
Hall of Residence, Canteen and other related Fees (facility not provided during vacation period, rooms are provided on sharing basis) ₹ 60000
Extra-Curricular, Adventure, Sports and Gymnasium, Social and Cultural Activities, Welfare Fee ₹ 3000
Total {Including Mess Charges} ₹ 2,12,000/-
Total (NRI & Foreign National) {including Mess Charges} ₹ 1,32,000/- + 6,000 USD

*Important Note: ¤ ₹ 2,12,000/- (including ₹ 1,32,000/-) can be paid in INR and deducted from USD 6,000 (For LL.M.). All fees and payable amounts shall be paid in accordance with the Reserve Bank of India/ Government of India guidelines. ¤ Candidates seeking admission under NRI & Foreign National category needs to pay 500 USD (LL.M. programme) as one time Development Charges. ¤ The above fee structure is only for the Academic Year 2020-21 and is subject to revision from time to time by the University Authorities.

Please to visit CLAT website for admission details click the link: (https://clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in/)

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