Difference between revisions of "NLSIU Bangalore"
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The National Law School of India University (NLSIU or NLS) is an institution for under-graduate and graduate legal education.
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The NLSIU was established in 1987 after a statute was enacted for that purpose by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Karnataka, and officially exists since August 29, 1987.<ref>http://www.nls.ac.in/about_history.html</ref>
Based in Nagarbhavi, a suburb in the western extremities of the city of Bangalore.
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Admissions to NLSIU are done on the basis on the Common Law Admission Test from 2008 onwards. NLSIU has an intake of 80 seats through this entrance test (General Category - 55 seats, SC - 12 seats, ST - 6 seats, PWD - 2 seats). Five seats are reserved for foreign nationals.
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Library and Reading Room
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Extra Curricular Activities
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Seminars and Conferences
Academia and faculty
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Journals and publications
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