The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) is an institution of legal education focusing on undergraduate and graduate legal and policy education in India.
The National Law School of India University, oldest of the ‘law Schools’, well known for its role in ‘redefining’ the legal education in India and sponsored by the Bar Council of India, the Professional Regulatory Body for Law is furthering its mandate of attempting ‘Social change’ by imparting legal education through Distance Education Programmes also.
About Masters of Business Laws
Masters of Business Laws (MBL) started in the year 1994 – 95, it is a 2 years programme.
The National Law School of India University, intentionally, with a long term vision, has introduced the programme of Master’s Degree in Business Laws through distance education mode.
With attempts towards globalising the Indian economy and consequent integration of business, trade, commerce and industries, national standards, both substantive and procedural laws, are conditioned by international agreements and conventions.
In order to use law as a management tool, all players must have complete information at their command. This course, which is popularly known as MBL is particularly tailored for the lower, medium and higher level managers to acquire better skills and capability for better decisions.
Graduate of any Discipline from a recognised university is eligible to apply.
The subjects prescribed for each of the two years of the Degree course shall be as follows:
Industrial Relations Law
Law relating to International Commercial Transactions
Taxes on Corporations & Commodities
Total Course Fee
Total Course Fee (with Late Fee of Rs. 500)
The fee structure for foreign nationals
Application Fee: Rs. 1500/- common to all courses
Master of Business Laws: I year Rs.1,14,050/-
Master of Business Laws: II year Rs.1,05,000/-
In addition to the course fee a sum of Rs.5000/-has to be paid towards postal/courier charges
(applicable only for students residing outside India).
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