A New National Law University, DNLU Jodhpur is being set up and will begin functioning from this year onwards. The Hon’ble Cheif Justice of India has laid its foundation. The Institute is going to begin its first academic session from this year. The students will be available 120 seats vacant for the first academic session of the newly set up National Law Institute.
The Institute is the Latest CLAT school and is already improving itself at a super fast pace and the students can expect the institute to reach greater heights. For this year, the students will be given admission on the basis of the marks scored by them in the CLAT exam. However, In the upcoming years, the institute shall take admission on “Merit-cum-Preference-basis”. This means that not for this year aspirants, but for the candidates who will appear for the CLAT 2019 exams will be able to get admission on the basis of the Marks scored by them in the CLAT 2019 exam and choice filling according to the availability.
All the students who are willing to start studying at the new continuously advancing NLU will be able to do so very soon. According to the Vice Chancellor of DNLU, Jabalpur, Professor Balraj Chauhan the students can expect the admission process to begin on 6th July 2018. Mr. Balraj Chauhan is the newly appointed Vice Chancellor of DNLU. Earlier, Chauhan was working with the Amity University Lucknow as the Director.
As the NLU’s registrar, the high court has appointed Sanjeev Kumar, Director of the Judicial Training and Research Institute (JTRI) Jabalpur.
After the NLU Bhopal, the students are informed that the newly set up NLU will be operating from the Bharat Ratna Bhim Rao Ambedkar Institute of Telecom Training, Jabalpur.
Let’s talk about the division of seats at the DNLU, Jodhpur. The Newly set up National Law Institute shall be having 120 seats available for the students. However, out of these seats, 50% of the seats are reserved for the candidates belonging to the Madhya Pradesh domicile.
The government has already acquired land for building the NLU’s permanent campus but will commence its session for the time being through a temporary campus which is yet to be rented. The NLU shall be having separate hostel facility for the Girls and Boys also.
Talking about the faculty at the New NLU, a total of 15 faculty members are currently serving the University. However, the aspirants can expect the Number to increase gradually. The number is expected to increase to 45 in the upcoming years.
It can be said that institute is having fa air number of seats available for both Undergraduate and Post Graduate programmes. There are 120 seats available for the integrated BA LLB course whereas 20 seats will be available for the aspirants looking forward to studying the LLM course. Candidates can really expect the institute to grow at a really fast pace. The Institute is already looking forward to availing a capacity of 700 students and a faculty of 45 in just next 5 years.
Along with building up of this NLU, there are 3 more NLU’s lined up to be set up at various parts of the country. One of these NLU is going to be fully set up in Sikkim and also in Jammu and Kashmir.