O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) is a non-profit global university established by the Government of Haryana and recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC). JGU was established as a philanthropic initiative of its Founding Chancellor, Mr. Naveen Jindal in memory of his father, Mr. O.P. Jindal.
About the Jindal Global Law School [JGLS]
Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), India’s first global law school is situated on a 80-acre state of the art residential JGU campus. The vision of JGU is to promote global courses, global programmes, global curriculum, global research, global collaborations, and global interaction through a global faculty.
About JGLS BA LLB (Hons.) Five Year Programme
The 5 years integrated Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws [BA LLB (Hons)] Programme is a combination of courses in arts and law subjects, the Programme is designed in keeping with the latest Bar Council of India rules and the University Grants Commission prescriptions and aims at fostering a culture of scholarship and academic excellence amongst the students.
JGLS has entered into multiple MoUs and collaborations to facilitate internships and placements for JGLS students and graduates. JGLS also has extensive ties within government, businesses, and civil society, which are used to assist in placing our students and graduates. Our graduating students have opted for diverse careers in organizations ranging from law firms, corporates, senior counsels, think-tanks, start-ups, and public policy organizations, among others.
The school also has a Committee of International Lawyers (J-CIL), a New York-based association of practising lawyers from leading law firms worldwide, who are committed to helping JGLS provide advice and career counselling for students and graduates.
O.P. Jindal Outstanding Merit Scholarships
The top five LSAT—India test scorers who enrol in the three-year LLB programme, five-year BA/BBA LLB (Hons.) programme and a one year LLM programme will be awarded the O.P. Jindal Outstanding Merit Scholarship of Rs. 1 lakh per year. This will be based solely on their performance in the LSAT—India admission test.
Naveen Jindal Young Global Scholarships
The aim of the scholarship is to nurture, encourage and support young global leaders. One student from the five years BA/BBA LLB (Hons.) programme, One student from the three years LLB and another student from the one year LLM programme will be awarded this scholarship on the basis of an independent selection process. An award of the one-year programme fee will be given to the student of BA/BBA LLB (Hons.) and LLB programme and for LLM 50% of the programme fee will be awarded to the selected student of LLM programme
Shallu Jindal Outstanding Women Scholarships
The aim of the scholarship is to nurture, encourage and support outstanding women to enter the field of law. Two students from the three-year LL.B. programme, two students from the five year BA/BBA LLB (Hons.) and two students from the one year LL.M. programme will be awarded this scholarship on the basis of an independent selection process. An award of 50% of the one-year programme fee will be given to each student. Studentships ranging from 10% to 75% of tuition fees are awarded on merit-cum-means basis to a substantial number of selected students as per university rules.
Note: All scholarships are subject to merit-cum-means and parental income limits determined by the University. Students from SC/ST/OBC categories as well as differently-abled students are especially encouraged to apply for admissions and scholarships at JGU.
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