The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences was established under the WBNUJS Act 1999. The university has permanent affiliation from the Bar Council of India. The NLU is of the three NLUs that have honourable Chief Justice of India as the Chancellors. The university offers five-year integrated BA/B.Sc LLB (H), LLM, M.Phil and PhD along with diploma in business laws and other programs. The university also offers online courses in which students from different part of the world enrol. NUJS is an academic community that is committed to the quest of wisdom, knowledge, discovery and creativity. The university foresees to provide students with student-centric education and foster holistic growth of the students to prepare them for dynamic judicial environment. The university enables its students to become competent and professional legal practitioners.
Courses Offered
Mentioned below are the details of the courses offered by WBNUJS.
Courses Offered
Intake
Duration
BA LLB
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5 years
BSc LLB
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5 years
LLM
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2 years
Faculty & Staff
The faculty at West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences is equipped with modern technology and is highly experienced as well qualified. The institute being the centre of excellence has highly qualified teachers who have been eminent professionals and academicians in the legal field. The college has visiting faculty from India and Abroad who are the alumni of top law colleges across the world and are prominent personalities in the legal system. The visiting faculty conducts seminars, conferences and moot court to provide students with a practical experience and knowledge of the legal system.
Admission Procedure
The admissions are conducted based the merit in Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT).
Eligibility Criteria.
Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognised board with minimum 45% marks in aggregate.
symbiosis
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