The Raksha Shakti University has done latest developments in the fields of Police administration, internal security, coastal security and overall security environment of the country, the RSU also runs M. Phil and PhD courses of research.
Raksha Shakti University, Lavad, Gandhinagar, Gujarat is firmed to create human resources in the field of crime and security laws.
Keeping in mind the emergence and dire need to expertise in this field department of law is pleased to announce LL.M. Programme in Crime and Security Laws which is first of its kind in the country.
The course curriculum is designed in a manner so as to enhance the overall personality of the students in crime and security laws.
Raksha Shakti University’s target is to make student equipped in the said area not only through theoretical knowledge but also through practical knowledge.
Fortunately, the syllabus of this course curriculum is close to the syllabus of UGC NET/JRF and other competitive examinations.
Also, this course has ample opportunities for the desirous students/aspirants who wish to build their career in the field viz. Enforcement Directorate Department as legal advisor, Public Prosecutor in CBI and serious fraud investigation department, Cyber Cell, Faculty in Police Universities, Banking sector and other government public services.
Fully residential with ultra-modern campus and wi-fi facility.
Coaching facility for Judicial and NET/JRF examination.
3 Years LL.B. / 5 years Integrated LL.B. /appearing candidate in the final year exam can also apply.
50% FEE concession for female applicants.
For male: Rs: 60,000 and for Female: Rs. 30,000
Merit Basis (Merit shall be determined on the basis of the marks obtained at LL.B. level).
How to apply
Keep visiting the University websitefor further updates. Online admission process will be starting soon.
The last date to apply is 05/05/2019.
Dr. Anand Kumar Tripathi, LL.M. Course Coordinator
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