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NLU Shimla to start for 60 students from 1 Oct, seeks admission forms by 20 Sep

Looks like new NLU in Shimla is starting, though any other details are very spares on the ground...
Looks like new NLU in Shimla is starting, though any other details are very spares on the ground...

The Himachal Pradesh National Law University in Shimla has requested applications for its five year LLB course, as first reported by CLATGyan, with classes set to start on 1 October 2016 with 60 available seats.

The Himachal Pradesh high court website has been updated with an “Admission Notice for First Semester of Five Years BALLB Course in Himachal Pradesh National Law University”, linking to a PDF of the admission form (download here).

Virender Sharma is the officiating registrar of the university, according to the form, but the university does not yet appear to have a website and few other details are available at the moment in the public domain.

It seems to currently share a mailing address with the Himachal Pradesh Judicial Academy in Ghandal in the Shimla district.

The application deadline is 20 September 2016, and should include the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) score, followed by SNAP, AILET and LSAT scores in that order.

Chief Justice of India (CJI) TS Thakur reportedly laid the foundation stone of the latest NLU last month.

We have reached out to the registrar for comment.

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