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National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Address:NH-65, Nagaur Road,
Mandore
Jodhpur (District Jodhpur)
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 342304


National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur Rajasthan is a University recognised by UGC. National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur Rajasthan is also known as NLU Jodhpur.

National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur Rajasthan was established on / in 1999.


National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur Rajasthan is situated in Jodhpur of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Jodhpur comes under Jodhpur Tehsil, Jodhpur District.

Fax # of National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur Rajasthan is +91-291-2577540.

email ID(s) is National Law University (NLU) Jodhpur Rajasthan

Website of National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur Rajasthan is www.nlujodhpur.ac.in.


Contact Details of National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur Rajasthan are : +91-291-2577530, 2577526, 5121594, 5121702, 2577138, 2577530, 2577526

For distance education courses related queries, contact at 0291-2577220, 5100769


Courses

Courses Offerd of National Law University
Undergraduate Courses
B.B.A.
LL.B. (Hons.)
B.A.
LL.B. (Hons.)
B.Sc.
LL.B. (Hons.)

Postgraduate Courses
M.B.A.
LL.M. / M.B.L.
M.B.A. in Insurance
LL.M. with specialisation in International Trade
M.A. / M.Sc. in Constitutional Governance
LL.M. IPR / M.IPR and M.B.F.


National Law University (NLU), Jodhpur Rajasthan runs course(s) in Law stream(s).

Profile of National Law University (NLU)

Looking Back
The dream for establishing a premier law school had been initiated as far back as the year 1992 but it became a reality only with the passing of the National Law University, Jodhpur Act in 1999. The founding fathers dreamt of an institution, which would not only cater to the requirements of the Bar but also fulfill the needs of newly liberalized trade, commerce and industry, simultaneously keeping the internationalization of the profession in perspective. It was resolved that the University shall develop a holistic approach towards understanding law and justice from a multi-disciplinary perspective. The institution started work with the blessings of many legal and social luminaries from 1st July, 2001.

University Profile
Third Generation Experiment of Integrated Legal Education
The National Law University, Jodhpur is an institution of national prominence established under the National Law University, Jodhpur, Act, 1999 (Act No. 22 of 1999) enacted by the Rajasthan State Legislature. The University is established for the advancement of learning, teaching, research and diffusion of knowledge in the field of law. It caters to the needs of the society by developing professional skills of persons intending to make a career in advocacy, judicial service, law officer / managers and legislative drafting as their profession.

It is one of the first institutions in India to offer degrees viz. B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons.); B.A., LL.B. (Hons.); and B.Sc., LL.B. (Hons.) at the undergraduate level. The compulsory subjects prescribed by the Bar Council of India are taught from a comparative perspective with emphasis on the interface between law and management / finance / science / economics. The courses are structured in an ingenious manner which helps the students to undertake Honours courses like Business Laws, Intellectual Property Rights, Trade Related Laws and WTO, Criminal Law, Constitutional Governance, and Human Rights Studies. The unique multidisciplinary approach in imparting legal education is in alignment with the fast changing horizons of the legal profession. The Honours courses are structured with great care to make them not only knowledge oriented but also competitive and market centric.

At the postgraduate level, the University proffers M.B.A.; LL.M. / M.B.L.; M.B.A. in Insurance; LL.M. with specialisation in International Trade; M.A. / M.Sc. in Constitutional Governance; LL.M. IPR / M.IPR; and M.B.F. Apart from the aforesaid courses, the University also encourages scholars to undertake the Ph.D.
Program.

The University provides an opportunity to explore the undiscovered nuances of the legal profession and is engaged in setting new standards in legal education. With the growing needs of the legal profession in the global context, the University has established five schools of learning, namely, School of Law, School of Management Studies, School of Policy Science, School of Science, and School of Constitutional Governance.

These schools are involved in equipping the students to face challenges at the national and international corporate law firms, and corporate houses. To sharpen their advocacy skills, the students are exposed to clinical education, court visits and moot courts. Through the usage of compulsory court room exercises, not provided elsewhere, as a novel and innovative teaching learning methodology, emphasis is laid on the blending of theoretical knowledge with practical learning; skills of articulation and development of right professional attitude. Wise, able and passionate faculty is the most precious human resource in the advancement of course of legal education. National Law University, Jodhpur is the only Law School in the country which offers IIT pay scale to attract the best faculty. Specific and individual attention to each student is the touchstone of the teaching methodology which is ensured by the 1:8 teacher-student ratio. The University also encourages the teachers to visit reputed universities abroad for academic pursuits, which in turn helps them attain much needed international exposure.

The University has also entered into various pacts with globally acclaimed universities abroad which includes student and faculty exchange programs. It is endeavouring to enter into more MOUs with national regulators, and international and national law firms of repute.

Vision and Mission
Learning at the University commenced with the vision to impart the rich heritage of legal thought and tradition, simultaneously providing a breadth and depth of instruction. The socially conscious founding fathers decided to develop a strong knowledge base to further the cause of humanity, multicultural understanding, tolerance and justice so that all nations can grow in the environment of mutual cooperation and peaceful co-existence. Our motto Knowledge is Empowerment connotes the institutions search for excellence and goal achievement.

Infrastructure
Campus :
NLU proudly acclaims the largest campus spanning in 50 Acers of land at Nagour Bikaner National Highway, just 11 kms from Railway Station and 13 Kms from Airport. All the dignitaries who have visited us have showered accolades on us for our excellent infrastructure. The campus was planned with an extremely futuristic vision, taking into account the need for adequate acoustics in each classroom, for comfortable work stations for each faculty member, for sports and recreational facilities, for adequate mess facilities, for our multi-cultural student base and for further expansion and growth.
NLU proudly acclaims the largest campus spanning in 50 Acers of land at Nagour Bikaner National Highway, just 11 kms from Railway Station and 13 Kms from Airport. All the dignitaries who have visited us have showered accolades on us for our excellent infrastructure. The campus was planned with an extremely futuristic vision, taking into account the need for adequate acoustics in each classroom, for comfortable work stations for each faculty member, for sports and recreational facilities, for adequate mess facilities, for our multi-cultural student base and for further expansion and growth.

Academic Block
NLU has Completely air-conditioned classrooms. LCD Projector is installed in each classroom. Furniture of each classroom is designed in such a way that at one hand it suits for lecture methodology fix sitting arrangement and on the other hand it is suitable for class room discussions in peer group with rotating chair arrangements.

Library
The Library of National Law University Jodhpur has a collection of more than 10,000 books. The library subscribes to more than a 100 Indian and foreign journals ranging from subjects like law to specializations like forensic science, psychology and ethics. The library also subscribes to online services from Westlaw, J-stor and Manupatra. Library services are fully automated with SOUL software with bar-code enabled technology. It follows the universally acceptable dewy decimal classification for arranging documents. The library is also fully enabled with wi-fi access to internet and digital library services. In order to improve the communication skills of our students the library is also equipped with a lingua phone lab. Library also maintains flexible timings in order to facilitate the students learning schedule.

Science Laboratories
We are the only Law University in the country, which has well equipped Science laboratories. We have Physics, Chemistry and Life Science Laboratories to provide first hand experience of science and technology to the students to cater to the demand of globalised knowledge society on integration of law and technology to address legal issues pertaining to rapidly growing technological development.

IT Savvy
Our University is extremely IT savvy with Wi-Fi connectivity through out the campus and 24 hour (except 2.00 AM to 5.00 AM) availability of the internet at 4Mbps speed .The University has a student computer ratio of 1:1 and each student is connected globally 24 X 7. The University has subscribed to online libraries like westlaw, manupatra and jstor.

Computer Lab
Academic block has a well-equipped computer Lab with latest configuration. It has 4 Mbps Internet facilities. It facilitates faculty members to explore online libraries and knowledge resources to update the course curriculum and optimize teaching learning process

Halls of Residence
University mandates students residence within its campus. The University has sprawling halls of residences for boys and girls separately. Halls of Residences are so designed as to provide aesthetic look as well as create an environment of learning. University provides single accommodation; student having a room with a balcony facing green campus. Every room has been provided with internet and a separate telephone connection. All the Halls of Residence are well connected through a LAN at 100Mbps connectivity.

Faculty Residence
We also provide fully furnished staff quarters to the faculty members.

Guest House
We have a well furnished Guest House to accommodate our guests conveniently.

Mess Block
We have a well-furnished Mess block with proper sitting arrangements. Hygienic veg and non-veg nutritious food is served to the students.

Gym
We have well equipped gyms. One exclusive for girls and one for boys.

Areas of Research
Tentative prospective areas of research for this collaborative programme shall be in the field of Management, Science and Technology, Law, Humanities and other emerging and interdisciplinary areas such as IPR and Cyber Law and Security, etc.

Specifications of Research Programme
a. This 2-year Ph.D. Programme comprises of four semesters that may be extended up to four years (another four semesters). One semester is approximately for 6 months. The minimum period after which a candidate can submit his/her thesis shall be minimum two years and maximum four years from the date of registration.

b. Research can be conducted at either of the two institutions but the presentation of research synopsis and public defense of the thesis will be before the statutory body jointly constituted by the NLU and IMT.

c. In this collaborative programme, IMT will provide technical support to the Ph.D. candidates and faculty for online interaction through video conferencing.

Eligibility
Minimum eligibility for this Ph.D. Programme shall be Post Graduation in the concerned discipline or subject, from an Indian or a foreign University, with minimum 55% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade in the Post Graduate examination.

Residential Requirement for Research
For this Ph.D. Programme, a candidate shall be in residence at NLU or any campus of IMT for at least for 60 days in total in the four semesters of his research period. Here, each academic year comprises of 2 semesters.

Admission Procedure
The admission to this Ph.D. Programme will be through a Personal Interview. This may be conducted either at NLU or IMT.

Vice-Chancellor, NLU may constitute the board for personal interviews comprising of faculty members of NLU.

Dean, IMT may constitute the board for personal interviews comprising of in-house faculty members of IMT.

Evaluation Parameters
Following may be the evaluation parameters and weightage for the Personal Interview:

i. The total score including all the parameters will be 100.

ii. Subject awareness (includes awareness of contemporary developments in the subject): Weightage of this parameter will be 50.

iii. Research Credentials (includes publication of books, text, etc.): Weightage of this parameter will be 15.

iv. Motivation for research (includes preparedness i.e. topic identification, synopsis development, etc.): Weightage of this parameter will be 15.

v. Relevance of work profile to topic of research: Weightage of this parameter will be 10.

vi. Communication plus behavioural skills: Weight age of this parameter will be 10.

Other Modalities for Admission
Other modalities regarding admission procedure are as follows:
a. A candidate should score at least 60% in the Personal Interview to qualify for this programme.

b. The broad field of research in which the candidate is interested shall be identified and recorded in the Personal Interview.

c. Candidates qualifying for the admission are required to pay the prescribed fees for provisional registration. The period of registration will be counted from the date of payment of fees.

d. The fee for each semester will be Rs. 25,000/- . The fees may be revised from time to time by the mutual consent between the NLU and IMT.

e. While staying at NLU or IMT campus to fulfill the residential requirement, the candidate shall bear boarding and lodging charges on his/her own.

f. At the time of admission, a Research Supervisor either from NLU or IMT, with mutual consent, will be allocated to the candidate as per the field of research in which the candidate is interested.

g. It will be optional for the candidate to choose one Co-Supervisor in consultation to Research Supervisor. The Co-Supervisor may be from NLU/IMT/Industry/University or any other reputed institutes like IITs, IIMs, etc.


Other Technicalities During the Tenure of Research
a) After the admission, the Research Scholar shall remain in constant communication with Research Supervisor and Co-Supervisor as allocated to them.

b) The Research Scholar shall finalise his research synopsis in consultation with his Research Supervisor and Co-Supervisor (if any) within six months of admission.

c) A Research scholar shall make a presentation of synopsis of the research proposal in front of the Research Board. On the acceptance of the research proposal, the registration of the scholar shall stand confirmed. If the Board is not satisfied by the research proposal, the scholar shall revise the proposal and present it again before the Board.

d) The registration must be confirmed within one year of the provisional registration.

e) After registration, a research scholar must submit progress report at the end of each Semester (after every six months) indicating the extent of research work completed. This progress report shall be submitted to the Research Committee through the Research Supervisor with appropriate comments.

f) Meeting of the Research Committee may be held at the end of each semester to review the progress reports.

g) A Research Scholar admitted for this Ph.D. Programme shall take one compulsory course of Research Methodology. A Research Scholar is required to attend minimum of 30 classes of this course. Classes will be conducted online by the faculty members of NLU or

IMT, the schedule of which will be communicated in advance. Each Research Scholar shall score minimum 60% marks in the examination held for this paper. The examination for this paper will be scheduled at the end of each semester. A Research Scholar shall take this examination at NLU or any of the Centres of IMT. A Research Scholar has to compulsorily clear this paper within one year from the date of provisional registration.

Rules of Unfair Means
As per the decision of the Academic Council dated 07/01/06 the following rules for the use or attempt to use of unfair means during the university examination has been adopted.

Rule 1: At the commencement of the each session of examination, the invigilator of every room/hall shall make the following announcement: No candidate is permitted to carry with him / her in the Examination Hall any paper, book or note or any other kind of material, including cell-phone and laptop computers but not limited to these, which may be used by him / her for answering the question paper excepting materials used for writing, drawing or material authorized by the examiner. Possession of any unauthorized material shall be deemed as using unfair means in the examination and shall attract punishment as per the rules. The invigilator shall certify, in writing, that the above announcement has been made.

Rule 2: No candidate shall be permitted to carry with him/her in the Examination Hall any paper, book or note or any other kind of material which may be used by him/her for answering the question paper excepting materials used for writing, drawing or material authorized by the examiner.

Rule 3: If a candidate is detected or suspected by the Invigilator of the Examination Center/Room or by any other person authorized by the Vice-Chancellor in this behalf of using or attempting to use unfair means at an Examination conducted by the University, the concerned person will take away his/her answer book and supply a fresh answer book to the candidate concerned. The concerned Invigilator or any other person authorized in this behalf will not go away from the seat of the candidate suspected/detected and immediately cause the presence of Center Superintendent. Any candidate who is alleged to have used unfair means or alleged to have attempted unfair means shall be supplied with an unfair-means form to be filled by the candidate in the presence of the Centre Superintendent. The suspected material recovered from the candidate shall be signed by the Invigilator and the candidate and, then along with the first answer book, sealed in an envelope in presence of the candidate concerned. The first answer book so recovered should be marked as, I, and the other answer book given to the candidate after being caught, detected or suspected be marked as II. The Invigilator will instruct the candidate concerned not to repeat the question or questions already attempted in I answer book.

Rule 4: In case a candidate so detected or suspected as mentioned in R.3, refuses to fill and sign the form mentioned above, the Invigilator shall make his/her own report accordingly and the same shall be signed by the Center Superintendent. The answer books marked I and II together with the material recovered from the candidate and the form mentioned above, shall be sent to the examiner separately in a sealed cover.

Explanation
* The term Unfair Means shall include taking into examination Hall/Room any material which could be used by the candidate in taking assistance in answering the question-paper.
* The above term also includes talking to other candidates or showing or seeing answer books of another candidate or in any manner getting assistance from another by speech or by gestures.
* In case, the candidate is exonerated of the charges of using unfair means, his/her both the answer books shall be evaluated.

Rule 5: The Registrar after receiving the above materials, together with the connected reports, shall send the same to the Examiner for his / her opinion as prescribed in the form meant for use of unfair means. After receipt of the report of the Examiner, the Registrar shall serve a show cause notice on the concerned candidate mentioning specific allegations against him / her by the Invigilator or any other persons mentioned in Rule 3 and the Examiner, and demand an explanation from the candidate to be submitted within two days from the date on which the letter is served on him. The show cause notice shall also mention the quantum of punishment as per Rule 9, which may be awarded to the candidate and the date and time when he/she ought to appear before the Committee for personal hearing.

Rule 6: After the expiry of the time of notice, the Controller shall submit all the relevant materials together with the reply of the candidate, if any, before the Unfair Means Committee constituted by the Vice Chancellor.

Rule 7: The Vice Chancellor shall appoint the Unfair Means Committee to deal with the matters concerning the use of unfair means or attempt to use unfair means by a candidate during any of the examination of the University. a. The Unfair Means Committee shall consist of the following:
* One Dean / Director as the Convener
* Two Faculty Members.
* Controller of Examination will be the Member-Secretary.

b.Three members shall form the quorum.
c. In the event of tie, the Convener shall exercise the casting vote.
d. If any member of the Unfair Means Committee happens to be connected with reporting of the unfair means case in any manner, he shall withdraw from the Committee when such a case is considered by the Committee.

Teaching Methodology
Teaching-Learning
Our Teaching Methodology has been commended by a lot of eminent visitors to the University. We dont aim for
the conventional rote learning so our methodology is unique.
Each Semester there are more than a 100 lectures per subject with practical labs in the science subjects, role playing for management students, Discussions which prepare students for their future roles as public orators, Case Studies for analysing past history and trends, Simulation techniques for encountering real life situations and most important, an innovative scheme of our administrators to familiarize our students with the court room atmosphere long before their actual arrival on the legal scene- the CREs or the Court Room Exercise with its emphasis on correct researching, in depth analysis of precedents and excellent oratory skills.
We have a unique method of laboratory teaching and learning wherein students integrate their legal skills with the edge of basic sciences and cutting edge technologies.

Science Laboratories
We are the only Law University in the country, which has its well Equipped Science laboratories. We have Physics, Chemistry and Life Science Laboratories to provide in hand experience of science and technology to the students to cater the demand of globalised knowledge society on integration of law and technology to address legal issues pertaining to rapidly growing technological development.

Business Law
The National Law University, Jodhpur is the first University in India to offer Honours Degree course in Business Law. The course has been specifically designed to cater to the needs of reputed national and international law firms, and litigating corporate lawyers which handle large domestic and cross-border business transactions and the corporate sector which requires lawyers specializing in practical application of commercial laws in business contexts. The National Law University, Jodhpur, proudly acclaims Business Law as the area of its core strength. Our strength has been developed in the background of our close association with the business community in the previous years. In our pursuit of excellence in the area of Business Law, we have initiated relationships with the SEBI through the National Institute of Securities Market (NISM) where appreciation programme are organized for the law school teachers by NISM. Also, we have entered into various pacts with the reputed national and international law firms for conducting lectures. These lectures help the students to understand the practical nuances of Business Law and it includes drafting sessions, and case study analysis. Besides, we have also forged relationships with reputed management schools of the country. The reflection of our strength in Business Law is amply visible in the recruitments of our students by reputed national and international firms and Indias finest corporates. Our alumni are currently associated with various magic circle international law firms like Clifford Chance, Allen and Overy, Herbert Smith etc.; Indias leading law firms like Amarchand and Mangaldas and Suresh A. Shroff and Co., AZB and Partners etc.; and large business houses like the Tata Group, Reliance, Larsen and Toubro etc. We proudly proclaim to have a very strong business law faculty which has been our USP till now. It is axiomatic that knowledge of Business Law cannot be imparted without inculcating in the students an adequate understanding of business. We derive an additional advantage from the traditionally strong position of the city of Jodhpur as a centre for business. Jodhpur has produced nationally well known businessmen and Chartered Accountants. Thus, we, at National Law University, Jodhpur, endeavour to provide our students with a holistic perspective. Our course papers and their contents are forward looking, progressive and designed to keep pace with current developments in the field of Business Law. Eminent dignitaries and professionals from various corporate houses and law firms who have visited us have given a highly positive feedback after a thorough review of our course curricula and learning pedagogy. They have appreciated our market-oriented approach and rated us better than other national law schools in the area of Business Law. The main areas of our focus under Business Law pertain to:
* Corporate Restructuring
* Investment Laws
* Laws relating to Banking and Financial Institutions
* Competition Laws
* Cross Border Transactions
* Project Financing
* Insurance Law

IPR Chair of MHRD
Under the scheme of Intellectual Property Education, Research and Public Outreach (IPERPO), Union Ministry of Human Resource and Development has established MHRDIPR chair at National law University, Jodhpur. A number of IPR research and learning initiatives including IPR awareness programs, formulation and conduction of various undergraduate and postgraduate IPR Courses, research and suggestions on IPR Law Reforms and IPR Policies are the core functional areas under IPR Chair.

Paitent Study
Patent regime effectively enforces a paradigm shift towards a knowledge economy. India is at par with the knowledge cartels of the world. Patents are a measure of the innovative Growth potential of a Nation. Pace of Scientific and technical development and innovations is synchronized with patents. Patent regime needs legal technicians who can understand current technologies and scientific innovation along with in depth understanding of legal policies and laws such that underlying IPR issues can be addressed and efficiently protected. Patent specifications and claim writing requires a deep study of emerging technologies such as Biotechnology, Information Technology, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Electronics and Communications Technologies along with fundamentals. National Law University, Jodhpur, is the first university in the country to offer IPR courses with strong science and technical support courses. NLU, Jodhpur offers B.Sc. courses encompassing intensive study of fundamentals and growing technologies along with IPR Honours program. Proudly, NLU, Jodhpur is the only Law University in the country, which has well equipped Science laboratories and Physics, Chemistry and Life Science Laboratories provide on hand experience of Science and Technology to the students to cater the demand of globalized knowledge society on integration of law and technology to address legal issues pertaining to rapidly growing technological development. Students graduated from NLU, Jodhpur with unique blending of Technology and IPR are readily acceptable in the market as techno-legal experts. This is well revealed through the excellent placements of the IPR students. These Techno-legal experts i.e. IPR lawyers are in great demand in Corporate Houses, Law firms, Pharmaceutical sector, Biotech companies, IT sector, Music and media industries etc.

IPR Courses
Patent regime effectively enforces a paradigm shift towards a knowledge economy. India is at par with the knowledge cartels of the world. Patents are a measure of the innovative Growth potential of a Nation. Pace of Scientific and technical development and innovations is synchronized with patents. Patent regime needs legal technicians who can understand current technologies and scientific innovation along with in depth understanding of legal policies and laws such that underlying IPR issues can be addressed and efficiently protected. Patent specifications and claim writing requires a deep study of emerging technologies such as Biotechnology, Information Technology, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Electronics and Communications Technologies along with fundamentals. National Law University, Jodhpur, is the first university in the country to offer IPR courses with strong science and technical support courses. NLU, Jodhpur offers B.Sc. courses encompassing intensive study of fundamentals and growing technologies along with IPR Honours program. Proudly, NLU, Jodhpur is the only Law University in the country, which has well equipped Science laboratories and Physics, Chemistry and Life Science Laboratories provide on hand experience of Science and Technology to the students to cater the demand of globalized knowledge society on integration of law and technology to address legal issues pertaining to rapidly growing technological development. Students graduated from NLU, Jodhpur with unique blending of Technology and IPR are readily acceptable in the market as techno-legal experts. This is well revealed through the excellent placements of the IPR students. These Techno-legal experts i.e. IPR lawyers are in great demand in Corporate Houses, Law firms, Pharmaceutical sector, Biotech companies, IT sector, Music and media industries etc.

Career Opportunities
Increasing growth of scientific knowledge and new developments in the Intellectual Property Law has demanded the need for lawyers in the said specialized field of law. The protection of Intellectual Property law is innovation-oriented profession. The IP lawyer works with wide range of clients from small business owners to top management of law corporations and from inventors to prize winning scientists.

Intellectual Property lawyers also combine legal skills with strong understanding of science and technology. The Intellectual Property profession is best suited for the lawyers who can understand the nature of invention, related IP issues and its effects on the clients business. These IPR lawyers will be the best professional to advise the clients in valuating, protecting and managing the clients Intellectual Property assets. Intellectual Property lawyers fit themselves into the roles as per the needs of the clients. Patent writers : draft applications and intellectual property licensing agreements as well as various kinds of legal documents such as drafts, appeals, etc.

Legal counselors : give opinion to the clients for protecting their intellectual property in the form of trade marks, copyrights, patents, industrial designs etc. and render advise pertaining to infringement thereof.

Legal Technologist : patent lawyers having technical background to understand the patents specifications on innovation in the patent applied for.

Legal Professionals : protect the intellectual property of their clients before the Intellectual Property Tribunals and Courts.

Ezcellent Placemant And Recruitment programes
The learning, exposure and experience our students receive in the IPR honours course of their education makes them highly marketable commodities in the legal and commercial market of India and abroad and we proudly claim 100% on campus placement for all our outgoing batches. Law firms, PSUs, MNCs all vie with each other for a piece of the NLU pie. Placement achievements at NLU have been characterized by the diverse nature of recruiters thus exhibiting the acceptability of our curriculum in todays marketplace. For both undergraduate and post-graduate streams, the mix of recruiters included the entire cross section of renowned law firms and IPR cells of leading corporate houses and interrnational and National Law firms such as Amarchand and Mangaladas, AZB and Partners, Dr. Reddys laboratory, Krishna and Saurashtri, Anand and Anand, Lakshmi Kumaran and Sridharan, Brain League etc with substantially high packages. Besides excellent placements, National Law University, Jodhpur has also an elaborate Internship program for both Undergraduate as well as post-graduate students. The program is organized in the Month of November-December of every year and it extends from six to eight weeks. The internship program has been made a part of the curriculum to achieve the objective of imbibing practical knowledge on applicability of law and learning law in action. IPR students thus get an in-depth experience of IPR practices, litigation and other technicalities through such internship programs by interning with reputed IPR firms, IPR paractitoners and Corporate Houses.

Admission in Eminent Foreign Universities
Some of our students quest for knowledge has also led them to eminent foreign universities for higher studies. Our talented and dynamic students has secured prestigious scholarships in the area of IPR studies and got admissions in renowned universities abroad for further advanced studies in the filed of Intellectual Property Rights. To name a few, our students got admissions in George Washington University, USA, Franklin Pierce University, USA etc.

Visiting professors
The University has also managed to secure the services of many eminent IPR Practitioner, IPR Lawyers and academicians to deliver special lectures. Their wider learning and practical experience helps widen the perspective of our students also. The University has renowned international visiting and emeritus faculty members who regularly visit the University and teach courses and interact with students. Our visiting professor includes Mr. Donald Bulela : An Engineer Lawyer and a leading Intellectual property Attorney of USA, Dr. Prabudh Ganguly : a well known IPR Attorney, Dr. Lily, Mei-Hsin, Wang : Yulin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan and many more.

Research, Consultancy and Training
University offers training program, specialized modular programs and consultancy-research on intellectual property issues. Few of significant training and consultancy initiatives taken by the University are as follows:
* Organized training program for patent attorneys and engineers with DB Consulting California in year 2002 at Jodhpur. This program was attended by leading law firms of India.
* Organized skill development program in patent drafting for intellectual property researchers and students in year 2004 at Jodhpur with a distinguished Lee and Hayes, Spokane (USA) Law firm attorney.
* A month long programme in intellectual property training, drafting and ,management with DB Consulting California in year 2005 at Jodhpur.
Under the activities of IPR Chair, we are working to design, organize and implement one-week specific training workshops on intellectual property and on the Enforcement of intellectual property rights. We are also in the process of preparing concept papers and working papers on intellectual property issues such that debate on such paper amongst IPR Practitioners academicians and stakeholders can crate an environment of intellectual property right related thinking and research.

Establishment of IPR Consultancy Cell
University is establishing an IPR Consultancy Cell under MHRD IPR Chair to provide free or at nominal cost research and consultancy support to individuals, industries, Universities, scientific community and courts for recognition and protection of Intellectual Property Rights. The Consultancy cell will also focus on the development of commercial aspects of intellectual property e.g. IP valuation and Management. Creation of Traditional Knowledge Digital Data Base of Western Rajasthan (TKDDBWR): An Innovative Initiative Objectives : Western Rajasthan is exceptionally rich in traditional ethnic practices covering a wide spectrum of biodiversity, medicines, agricultural practices, folklore, dying, printing and handicraft etc.
Further, we aim to create a digital database of this traditional knowledge of western Rajasthan.

Execution Steps
* Conduct IPR Sensitization Program in rural areas of western Rajasthan i.e. villages, dhani etc.
* Make a survey in such areas tom identify traditional knowledge sources and practices.
* Develop a questionnaire or form in local language to retrieve the traditional knowledge practiced in the community
* Extract out relevant information from primary data and arrange in proper format
* Digitization of formatted traditional knowledge data and store it in digital data base TKDDBWR

Policy Development
The University has submitted comments and suggestions on legal reforms needed in Patents and trademark law to parliamentary Committee of Rajya Sabha. Further, we are functioning in the area of designing policy framework on suggestive measures in order to get benefits of world wide of intellectual property regime to India and to have a common understanding and awareness of Intellectual Property regime, which suits India socially as well as economically. Two key points under consideration are as follows:
* Prepare guideline for effective protection of traditional knowledge praxctosed in Western Rajasthan
* Design models of benefit sharing for use and appropriation of Traditional Knowledge.

IPR Literacy
IPR Awareness / Outreach/ Sensitization Activities
One of the important objectives of IPR Chair is to create awareness about IPR in various sectors of the society. The University has conducted Intellectual Property awareness programmes for various colleges and institutions in Rajasthan since 2003 with Department of Science and technology, Government of Rajasthan. We organize IPR awareness program encompassing a large spectrum of stakeholders which is depicted as follows:
* IPR Awareness Program for school students of western Rajasthan
* IPR Awareness program for College students of western Rajasthan
* IPR Sensitization Program for Universities and central and state research institutes of western Rajasthan (specially in Jodhpur district)
* IPR Outreach program for local village community of western Rajasthan
* IPR Awareness program for Industries of western Rajasthan
* IPR Outreach program for general masses by newspaper and magazines

Organizing Conference/Workshops/Brain Storming Sessions on IPR related issues
We propose to conduct conferences /workshops/seminars/brainstorming sessions on IPR related issues with special emphasis on Creation of Traditional Knowledge Digital Data Base of western Rajasthan. We also propose to design, organize and implement one–week specific training workshops on Intellectual Property and on the Enforcement on intellectual Property Rights. We also propose to prepare concept papers and working papers on intellectual property issues and allow debates on such papers and create an environment for intellectual Property rights related thinking and research.

Combined Research on Burning Business Problems
The Faculty of Management Studies employs a comprehensive array of pedagogic tools such as lectures, case studies, role plays, project studies and simulations to facilitate effective learning. A varied methodology is adopted to create a demanding and dynamic learning environment. Research is at the core of management studies at the National Law University, Jodhpur and provides a major interface with the wider academic and business world. We encourage students to take up research on the burning issues prevailing in the business world, which have an impact on the socio-economic conditions within the country. In this case, the students are asked to go to the market for the identification of the live problems, undertake the study and do the analysis. This provides new theoretical frameworks which enable reassessment and refinement of current practices and thinking. Groundbreaking interdisciplinary research by the faculty and the students feeds directly into an enhanced learning environment at the University and indirectly to a wider audience of practicing managers and teachers of management. Students are given intellectual freedom to decide the nature of the research to be conducted viz. interdisciplinary research or discipline specific research, while the faculty ably guides them in their endeavour.

Center For Texation
We recognize that successful lawyers trained in Business Laws ought to have a thorough understanding of laws relating to domestic and international taxation. In our endeavour to become one of the worlds leading law universities in the area of Business Laws, we have set up the Center for Studies in Taxation with the objective of imparting consultancy and research studies in the field of taxation under the eminent guidance of well known taxation expert, Mr. B.M. Kothari as the Director of the Center. The Center has been established with a vision to endow the students with facilities for profound study and research in laws relating to taxation. The Center will inter-alia carryout the following activities:

Direct Taxes and Indirect Taxes
* In-depth study of the provisions of Income Tax Act and other Direct Tax Laws as well as important Indirect Taxes, such as Excise and Customs Laws and Service Tax Laws.
* Providing suggestions to the Government measures for simplification and rationalization of the Tax Laws including suggestions for their clean and efficient administration.
* Regular study and of case laws, updating students with new case law in various fields of taxation and providing valuable suggestions regarding remedial measures both for the Government and the tax payers.
* Studying the impact of amendments in various provisions of Tax Laws.
* To impart practical training to the research scholars and law students by the means of case studies practically faced by the corporate and other taxpayers.
* To organize seminars and conferences and invite leading experts in the field of taxation to deliver lectures on important topics of practical importance.
* To arrange Moot Courts relating to important legal points arising out of taxation laws and to help the students in preparation for such Moot Courts arranged by other institutions.
* To provide consultancy services to the corporate sector, Government or other taxpayers in relation to taxation matters.

International Taxation
* In-depth study and research of International Taxation Laws including the laws relating to Foreign Exchanges, Foreign Trade and RBI Regulations governing International Transactions.
* To thoroughly understand the different systems of Transfer Pricing, the relevant Rules and Judgments.
* To study the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) and the relevant rules and regulations.
* In-depth study and research of the relevant provisions of direct tax laws and indirect tax laws relating to non-residents and relating to international transactions including mergers, demergers, joint ventures and acquisitions etc.
* To provide consultancy services to NRIs, MNCs, Overseas concerns in relation to Indian Direct Taxes and Indirect Taxes applicable to such persons / concerns.

Consultancy Services
The Center for Studies of Taxation will provide consultancy services to Corporate Sector, other taxpayers and to the Government on the terms and conditions as may be decided by National Law University, Jodhpur from time to time. The consultancy services will be provided by a team of brilliant Research Scholars and law students of the University. We intend to solicit active participation of leading Tax Advocates in fulfilling this objective of the Center. The consultancy services will inter-alia include the following:
* Opinion on complex issues of Taxation.
* Suggestions on Tax Planning.
* Drafting of written submissions required to be submitted before Taxation Authorities and before the Appellate Authorities to support legal claims.
* Research on various judgments rendered by different Courts and Tribunals including providing the gist of judgments of the Supreme Court, the High Courts and decisions of Tribunal in relation to the concerned points of law, the present relevance and status of such judgments in view of subsequent legislative amendments or in view of subsequent judgments, will be pointed out, as far as possible.
* Drafting of petitions / appeals before the Tribunals, Authority for Advance Rulings (AAR), and representation before Settlement Commission, Honble High Courts and Honble Supreme Court.
* Preparation of gist of important facts, date wise sequence of important events and gist of relevant and important judgments for presenting before the leading Advocates, who will argue the matters before the Courts /Appellate Authorities.
* Reply to queries on intricate questions of law.
* Consultation regarding computation of transfer pricing and the gist of relevant judgments.

For Non-Residents/MNCs/Overseas Concerns
* To provide guidance for obtaining necessary approvals and permissions from the regulatory authorities such as Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Foreign Exchange Promotion Board (FIPB) and Secretariat of Industrial Assurance (SIA), Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) and Ministry of Industries and other connected departments.
* To provide gist of relevant provisions of Direct Taxes and Indirect Taxes.
* To assist them in the matter relating to implementation of Transfer Pricing Rules in India.
* To prepare representation before Authority for Advance Ruling (AAR).
* To provide opinion on legal points.
* To provide guidance for proper compliance of Rules and Regulations relating to Merger, Demerger, Joint Ventures and Acquisitions etc.

Procedure for Consultancy Services
* Queries through E-mail / Post with complete details of sender e.g. status, address, contact numbers etc.
* Personal discussions at the University campus after prior appointment.
* Attending seminars and conferences conducted by the University.

Well Connected Placement Program
Management is a profession in its own right, with its own skills, techniques and knowledge, and like any other profession it has to be learned. The students of management stream have the spirit of collaborative competition that combines teamwork, brilliance, and passion for a great combination. The intellectual caliber and inherent enthusiasm of these students of B.B.A. LL.B and M.B.A., M.B.L/LL.M have helped them secure placements in reputed law firms like Clifford Chance, Allen and Overy, Herbert Smith, Amarchand Mangaldas and Suresh A. Shroff and Co., AZB and Partners, Luthra and Luthra and finest corporate houses such as Ernst and Young, ICICI Bank, SEBI, Tata Sons, Dr. Reddys Lab, Infosys, Reliance Industries, Wipro, Edelweiss, Enam Securities, Sun Pharma, Goldman Sachs. The attractive offers have poured across domains relating to Banking and Financial Services, Capital Markets and Taxation and General Management. The integration of the law with management has helped these students excel in their area of profession due to the extensive market centric education imparted at the University.

Industrial Visits
The Faculty of Management Studies focuses on management education more than just business management. We are committed to thought leadership with a deep understanding of business. The approach to education combines fieldwork and instrumented feedback with a strong emphasis on concepts and theory. The students of Management Studies are facilitated in their academic program through Industrial Visits which expose them to the organizational functioning, enable them to understand the grass root problems originating thereof and to appreciate the handling of such problems by the executives. This results in a blending of academics and real business world functioning. These visits can be termed as an integral part of learning process of management at National Law University, Jodhpur, as well as handy tools to determine the professional choices thereafter. The students are able to see the vast gulf between sophisticated forms of corporate advocacy on display during such simulative exercises and the real hardcore travails of corporate world. Many students have embarked in completely tangential directions as an outcome of these industrial visit experiences.

Market Centric Courses
In the process of equipping the new generation of lawyers with the symbiosis of knowledge and convergence of skills, our exposure and sensitization to different aspects of the business and finance is a constant learning process. One of the most fascinating facets of an integrated course is the vast multitude of diverse interests that co-exist in close proximity of each other. The Faculty of Management Studies has clearly focused towards developing courses as per the needs and requirements of the industry from time to time. We have members on our Advisory Board who hail from industrial and academic fields with strong credentials. Banking on their vast experience in the actual managerial sphere, we consult them while designing our course curricula. Latest know-how about the business and the market are discussed with the students. Rigorous training is imparted to the students on the applicatory issues emerging from the classroom teaching; thereby developing a problem-solving bent of mind of the students. The major courses offered are:
* Principles of Management
* Business Mathematics and Statistics
* Business Communication
* Organizational Behaviour
* Managerial Economics
* Principles of Financial Accounting
* Cost and Management Accounting
* Human Resource Management
* Technology Management
* Marketing Management
* Strategic Management
* Financial Management

Lectures by Eminent Academicians and Professionals
The Management Department also organizes the lectures by eminent academicians and professionals like IIM Professors, SEBI Directors and other important business wizards with expertise in the diverse fields. This enables the students to get direct information and knowledge of the various issues of the industry and the manner in which they have to be handled efficiently and effectively. Some of the recent such lectures are enshrined below: Mr. Deepak Sanchety, Ex-IRS and Additional Director of Income Tax Investigation- Mumbai, Ex- General Manager- SEBI, and presently advocate-practicing in Mumbai, delivered a lecture on September 27, 2008 on The Indian Securities Market. He initiated the lecture by giving a brief introduction and regulatory overview of the Indian Securities Market and then focused on the Tax Implication of Transactions in Securities. Mr. B.C. Khatua, Chairman, Forward Markets Commission, Govt. of India delivered a lecture on Commodity Derivatives Market in India on October 25, 2007. He elaborated upon the regulation; amendments and the exponential growth witnessed in the market in the past few years, and threw light over various developmental and regulatory steps and eventually sketched out the issues and challenges for the future. Professor Shyam S. Lodha, Professor of Marketing and International Business, Southern Connecticut State University, Connecticut, USA delivered a talk on Executive Functions in a Diversified Environment with Reference to Legal Issues on August 8, 2007. He highlighted that executive functioning in an environment as diversified and dynamic as it is today requires the lawyers and managers of tomorrow to have a global mindset and that successful operation in this globalized era essentially requires a cross-cultural understanding of concerned issues. Mr. D.D. Rathi, Whole-time Director and Chief Financial Officer, Grasim Industries Ltd., Mumbai addressed the students on the theme Corporate Governance, under the CEO Lecture Series organized by the Faculty of Management Studies of the University on September 15, 2006. In his lecture, Shri D.D. Rathi named fairness, transparency and disclosures, accountability and role clarity as the four pillars of the corporate governance. He stressed on the growing significance of corporate governance in the wake of globalization, distancing of ownership from management and expansion of investor base. Linking the history through Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement, he suggested a practical framework and structure for corporate governance. He appraised the students with the current compliance level of Indian corporates and compared the domestic practices with those existing in other major nations of the world. Mr. Vallabh Bhanshali , Chairman, Enam Financial Consultants Ltd., Mumbai, addressed the students of the University under the CEO Lecture Series on December 29, 2005. Shri Bhanshali interacted with the students on the topic Business Tomorrow and introduced them to the success strategies of leading organizations of the world. He also gave an extensive account of the emerging business management techniques in the international markets and the need for managers to cope up with the fast changing business environment. Professor (Dr.) C.P. Shrimali , Chairman, HRM Area, Management Development Institute (MDI) Gurgaon, delivered a lecture on Competency Building for Meeting Challenges of the Corporate World on August 20, 2005. During his lecture, Prof. Shrimali focused on the changes taking place in the corporate world, the need to remain on track while being productive and the role of institution building. Mr. Deepak Bhandari, Teacher at Management School delivered a speech on Monopoly on November 8, 2001. Ms. Shiri Ahuja, Senior Faculty Institute of Integrated Learning in Management, New Delhi delivered a presentation on Formal and Informal Communication, Listening Skills, Essential of Corporate Identity, Network/Channels/Cross Cultural Communications in November, 2001.

Trade Law
The phenomenon of globalization has led to the integration of national economies. The success that the World Trade Organization (WTO) has achieved has brought about drastic changes in the way municipal regimes function the world over, irrespective of the scholarly debates on whether it had a moral right to do so or not. The relevance of the Course on International Trade Law can be surmised from the number of alumni who have secured admissions at prestigious universities across the globe, after obtaining an Honours Degree in trade law. This are of Law is one which transcends borders and hence its practice is not limited to any particular Country. It doesnt come as a surprise that who have taken up this course have been able to perform so well at the international level. The Ministry of Commerce of the Government of India, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Directorate General of Anti Dumping etc. offer highly esteemed opportunities of internship to students of trade law. This provides practical experience as well as hones the researching skills of the Student. Students have regularly and fruitfully interned with countrys leading trade law firms including Economic Laws Practice and Lakshmikumaran and Sridharan. Exposure to their practice areas including Customs, Anti Dumping, SEZ and subsidies is of considerable pragmatic value to the students. Apart from the firms aforementioned, firms including International Trade Law Consultants, Strategic Law Group etc. have routinely recruited students specialized in trade law.

HONOURS IN LAWS RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL TRADE
An Honours course in Laws relating to International Trade is offered to undergraduate students. It enables the students to grasp the emerging dynamics of the international business environment. Considering the undeniable significance trade has in generating and distributing wealth and resources, an understanding of the way in which this regime functions is of primary importance on the road to good governance, especially in developing countries such as India. This course is the first of its kind to be offered at the undergraduate level in India. It also provides a fresh insight into the new generation norms of International Law and the new economic order being formed under the auspices of the WTO.

Course Content
The Course on International Trade Law has been designed such that it not only provides a strong theoretical foundation, but also allows the students much needed hands-on experience in current matters. The trade policies and trade-related laws of countries, along with their corresponding international obligations comprises the major part of the course. The various papers dealt with are:

Introduction to International Trade
This paper introduces the filed of International Trade and its mechanisms to the student. It deals with cross border commercial transactions from both Public as well as Private International Law perspectives. It throws light on international commercial usages, including modes of payment, and conventions aimed at harmonizing them. By analyzing the market efficiency and transaction costs the students get a firm footing in the basic tenets underlying transactions in trade globally. Agreement Establishing WTO and other Agreements annexed thereto are covered in varying details. More importantly for a practicing lawyer, the WTO compliance of domestic trade and indirect tax regime, especially Special Economic Zones, Customs regime, Anti dumping and Countervailing Duties is also examined.

Dispute Resolution
Dispute resolution mechanisms in all aspects of commercial activity have certain central characteristics, be it through courts or by means of arbitration. Apart from the issues of Party Autonomy and applicable law, there are also issues of state sovereignty when one or both the parties are sovereign states. This paper in sufficient details covers the procedure for dispute settlement under WTO.

Intellectual Property in International Trade
Knowledge of Trade in Intellectual Property is an indispensable tool for a modern-day lawyer, more so given the concerns of a developing country and issues related to access to medicines and public health. To this end, the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property (TRIPs) is introduced in elaborate detail. The Course largely comprises of a comparison between the International Intellectual Property regime including the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) treaties and TRIPs on the one hand and the Indian regime on Patents, Copyright, Trademarks etc. on the other.

Trade in Services
No single component of trade in India plays a role as crucial as that of Trade in services in determining the economys growth rate and Balance of Payment position. By their very nature, services provided across borders involve issues of complex technical as well as legal importance. Taking a cue from the four modes of services under General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), this paper deals with the legal-economic implications of transactions in services, including banking and financial services.

Other Areas
The grey areas of WTO related law including the Trade versus Labour and Human Rights; and Trade versus Environment debates are also touched upon. Trade in Agriculture, where the issue is more of policy than of law, is yet another area which would be of immense interest to those who are keen on knowing how the stakes of developing countries take shape when markets transcend borders and market access becomes a controversial issue.

Dignitaries at Campus
* His Excellency Shri A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, President of India
* Justice A.S. Anand, Chief Justice of India
* Justice B.N. Kirpal, Chief Justice of India
* Justice R.C. Lahoti, Chief Justice of India
* Chief Justice, Rajasthan High Court
* Shri Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister, Rajasthan
* Shri Yashwant Sinha, Former Finance Minister, Government of India
* Shri. H.R. Bhardwaj, Minister of Law and Justice, Government of India
* Justice Krishna Iyer, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India
* Justice K.G. Balakrishnan, Judge, Supreme Court of India
* Justice S.B. Sinha, Judge, Supreme Court of India
* Justice Dalveer Bhandari, Judge, Supreme Court of India
* Justice A.K. Mathur, Judge, Supreme Court of India
* Justice Prakash P. Naolekar, Judge, Supreme Court of India
* Dr. L.M. Singhvi, Member, Rajya Sabha
* Shri K.K. Venugopal, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India
* Shri Ashok Lahiri, Chief Ecnomic Advisor, Ministry of Finance, Government of India
* Prof. R.A. Mashelkar, Director General, CSIR, New Delhi
* Shri Gaj Singh, Former Maharaja of Jodhpur
* Shri Rakesh Mohan, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India

Legal Aid
About Us
Apropos to the spirit of article 39-A of the Constitution of India, and keeping in mind its pious obligation towards the weaker sections of the society, this University, as a part of its Legal Clinical Education program, has established a Legal Aid and Awareness Centre headed by Director of Clinical Education. The center is managed by the Legal Aid and Awareness Committee.
What we can do for you?
The Legal Aid and Awareness Center endeavors to work for the purposes of legal aid and awareness. If you have any specific requirements, like conducting a legal aid and awareness camp or a seminar at your facility or you want to be partner with the Center to further the cause of legal aid and awareness feel free to contact the Director. We look forward to a long lasting relation with you. To know more please contact the Director.

Internship
The National Law University, Jodhpur has an elaborate Internship program for both Undergraduate as well as post-graduate students. The program is organized in the Month of November-December of every year and it extends from four to six weeks. The internship program has been made a part of the curriculum to achieve the objective of imbibing practical knowledge on applicability of law and learning law in action. The program is initiated right from the first year. Internship Program for Undergraduate (UG) Students -
* The First Year UG students are placed with Social Action Groups, i.e. both Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations.
* The Second Year Students are placed with the Trial Court Advocates.
* The Third Year Students are placed with Appellate Court Advocates.
* Fourth Year Students shall be exposed to work exposure at Corporate Law Firms, Companies and other specialized law firms.
* The Fifth Year Students shall be allowed to choose an institution (law firms, company, corporate law firms, etc.) according to their expertise that they have acquired during the last five years and sent accordingly.

Internship Program for Postgraduate Students - Students pursuing Postgraduate Degree Program in different disciplines and Centers are required to undergo a three-month placement every academic year with Union or State Government undertakings, Private or Public Sector Undertakings, Advocates, Solicitors. The National Law University, Jodhpur has built-up a good relationship with several law firms, companies, industry, advocates, and judges.

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National Law University counselling begins today

Jodhpur: The counselling for students who wish to get into prestigious National Law University (NLU) is scheduled to begin from Friday.The counselling session which will continue for first two days will be followed by the orientation program. The classes of law students will commence from July 4 whereas that of old students will start from July 1.

NLU Registrar Ratan Lahoti said the postgraduate and graduate students who wish to get into BA LLB students and BBA LLB programme have already reached Jodhpur city.In the first stage, all the documents of the students will be checked which will be followed by their medical check-up. The candidates will be allotted a room at the hostel only when all the formalities are complete. The counselling process will begin from 11 in the morning.

The vice chancellor of the university will also be informing the students about the university and hostel rules.

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