Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU), formerly Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law Institute, is an institute for law in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. Dr, RMLNLU was established in the year 2005, and since then, has been providing undergraduate and post-graduate legal education.
About PG Diploma in Cyber Law (Part Time Evening Course)
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow invites application for the PG Diploma in Cyber Law (Part Time Evening Course) for the Academic Session 2019-20. The duration, of course, shall be one academic year.
Seats: The total number of seats in PG Diploma in Cyber Law course will be 30. However, the course will not run if there are less than 15 students.
Duration and Timings
The duration of the PG Diploma in Cyber Law course shall be of one academic year.
The classes for the course shall be held in the evening (5.30 PM to 8.30 PM) in the university as per the schedule decided by the university.
No Hostel facility shall be available to the students of P.G. Diploma in Cyber Law Programme.
He/She has obtained the graduate degree in any discipline from any University recognized by UGC with not less than 45% of the total marks in aggregate (40% in case of SC/ST).
All eligible candidates shall apply in the Prescribed Form on or before 10th August 2019.
The fees for the Application Form shall be Rs. 500/- (Rs. 250/- for SC/ST of U.P. candidates). A Bank Draft of the said amount, drawn in favour of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, payable at Lucknow, shall be attached with the Application Form.
PA to Course coordinator: +91-522-2425 902-903 (Extn. 827)
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