NLSIU Distance Education Courses 2016-2017, Bengaluru: Apply by July 30

NLSIU Bengaluru Invites Application for Distance Education Courses 2016-2017

The National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru invites applications for admission into the following courses under Distance Education Programme for the Academic year 2016-17:

1. Two-year Master of Business Laws (M.B.L) Programme

2. One-year Post Graduate Diploma Courses:

a) Human Rights Law (PGDHRL)

b) Medical Law & Ethics (PGDMLE)

c) Environmental Law (PGDEL)

d) Intellectual Property Rights Law (PGDIPRL)

e) Child Rights Law (PGDCRL)

f) Consumer Law & Practice (PGDCLP)

g) Cyber Law & Cyber Forensics (PGDCLCF)

Eligibility Criteria for NLSIU Distance Education Courses

Graduate of any discipline from a recognised University is eligible to apply.

Application Procedure

For application to any of the above courses, kindly write to the Coordinator, Distance Education Department, National Law School of India University, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-560242 (Old Pin 560072), along with a Demand Draft of Rs.1,500/- drawn in favour of Registrar NLSIU, payable at Bangalore.

Important Dates

Last date for the issue and receipt of duly filled in application:

Without Late Fee
: 30th July, 2016


With Late Fee of Rs. 500: 30th September, 2016

Examination Location

Examinations are held at Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata and Pune.

Website

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  1. Can we do practicing in Court by doing Master in Business Law

  2. hanumantharao says:

    the above courses are eligibility to practice in court

  3. T N Ramanathan says:

    Sir, The down load the brochure box does not scroll beyond 2006. The Applicants for the distance education need not be youngsters. They may be the 60 plus also. Hence the combo box may be modified to accommodate years from 1930 or so.

  4. SAGAR SHIVAM says:

    kindly help out with the application form. It has not been provided on the website.

  5. utkarsh says:

    where the admission form is located in the website (http://ded.nls.ac.in/ )??? unable to find it 🙁

  6. E S Jagadeeshwar says:

    If the Examination centres are in Andhra Pradesh and Chennai, they will be useful to number of Advocates in South India and many practicing Advocates may join in those courses to update their skills.

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