Jagran Lakecity University

Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal  Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

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Master of Law (LLM)

Fulltime | On Campus
2,20,000 Fees for 1 Years

Duration

1 Years

Course Type

Degree

Type of Course

Post Graduation

Fees Breakup

Fees Year  1
Total Fees 1,10,000
Total All Fees 2,20,000
Grand Total 2,20,000

Fees Breakup:  Corporate Law

Fees Year  1
Total Fees 105000
Total All Fees 105000
Grand Total 105000

Fees Breakup:  Intellectual Property Rights Law

Fees Year  1
Total Fees 105000
Total All Fees 105000
Grand Total 105000

Admission Details

Admission Procedure

As per institute norms.

Minimum Eligibility

Admission to a postgraduate degree at the School of Law, JLU Bhopal requires an undergraduate degree in Law from an institute affiliated to a university or
any university recognized by UGC/BCI, with a minimum of 50% marks or its equivalent. Admission will be on the basis of CLAT score card and a Personal Interview. For students who have not appeared for the CLAT examination, a separate University entrance exam shall be conducted. Students will be required to either clear the CLAT exam or the University entrance exam followed by a Personal Interview round. However, a separate University form
will have to be submitted. Candidates appearing for their relevant eligibility examination are also eligible to apply for admission. Their admission will be subject to their qualifying the.
 
exam with the required marks.Admission to a postgraduate degree at the School of Law, JLU
 
Bhopal requires an undergraduate degree in Law from an institute affiliated to a university or
 
any university recognized by UGC/BCI, with a minimum of 50% marks or its equivalent.
 
Admission will be on the basis of CLAT score card and a Personal Interview. For students
 
who have not appeared for the CLAT examination, a separate University entrance exam shall
 
be conducted. Students will be required to either clear the CLAT exam or the University
 
entrance exam followed by a Personal Interview round. However, a separate University form
 
will have to be submitted. Candidates appearing for their relevant eligibility examination are
 
also eligible to apply for admission. Their admission will be subject to their qualifying the
 
exam with the required marks.