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====Senior Faculty:====
 
====Senior Faculty:====
 
*Prof. (Dr.) Amar Singh
 
*Prof. (Dr.) Amar Singh
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*Prof. (Dr.) S. Sachidanadam
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*Prof. (Dr.) Babu Mathew
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*Prof. John Shulman
 
*Prof. (Dr.) Anju Vali Tikoo
 
*Prof. (Dr.) Anju Vali Tikoo
*Prof. (Dr.) Sheshan Radha
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*Prof. (Dr.) Radha Seshan
  
 
===Facts & Figures===
 
===Facts & Figures===
*There are currently 240 Students in total over 3 batches.{{Citation}}
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*There are currently over 300 Students in total over 4 batches of LL.B.{{Citation}}
 
*Intake every year is 80 students with 10 seats reserved for Foreign Nationals.
 
*Intake every year is 80 students with 10 seats reserved for Foreign Nationals.
*National Law University Delhi owns NLSIU Bangalore and NALSAR Hyderabad. Totally.
 
  
 
==Admissions==
 
==Admissions==
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===Hostels===
 
===Hostels===
TBC: How many hostel rooms are there? What is the state of the facilities?
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There is separate hostel for boys and girls in different buildings inside the campus. Its mandatory for all the students of NLU Delhi to stay on campus in the hostels, no one can be a day scholar. The infrastructure of both the hostels are same, with 6 floors each and the ground floor reserved for mess, warden's office, hostel reception, 2 guards (24*7), general store room, common room, etc. The six floors are connected by stairs as well as 2 lifts (elevators). Each floor consists of 16 rooms (including 2 store rooms each) with residing capacity of 2 students per room. The rooms are well furnished with bed, wall fitted wardrobes, chair, drawer table, and shelves. The rooms are well-ventilated with windows fitted with nets and grills along with glass panes. The upper 3 floors have balconies attached to each of the rooms.
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Each washroom has 2 bathing rooms, 3 wash basins and 2 toilets and altogether each floor has 4 such washrooms.
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The curfew timings of the hostels are 9.00 pm.
  
 
===Library and Reading Room===
 
===Library and Reading Room===
TBC: Describe the library, number of books available and other amenities and useful information.
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The University has an amazing collection of legal volumes with the entire library costing around 6 crores.
  
 
===IT Infrastructure===
 
===IT Infrastructure===
TBC: How many computers are there available? How about internet connectivity? Other IT facilities?
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There are a number of computers available for student use, both in the Computer Lab in the Academic Block and the Internet Centre in the Library. The computers are well connected by the internet. The campus is well-connected by wi-fi (wireless fidelty) internet connection.
  
 
==Extra Curricular Activities==
 
==Extra Curricular Activities==
  
===Mooting===
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Not bad at all felals and gallas. Thanks.
  
Intra-moot court competitions are held to select teams to participate in various national and international moot court competitions.
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===Sports Achievements===
 
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A contingent of fifteen students from the top three ears was sent to compete against the best of India's law colleges in Virudhaka 2010, the Sports Fest of National Law Institute, Bhopal, and returned with the trophy for the Overall Best College and a medal tally of four gold medals and four silver medals, which included a gold in football, table tennis, lawn tennis, and swimming. Apart from the team achievements, the college also claimed most of the individual awards with the Best Player of the Tournament being awarded to Vinayak Bhandari (3rd year).
* The NLUD team comprising of Mr. Hardeep Singh, Mr. Sameer Dawar and Mr. Paramvir Singh was ranked 3rd in the Ist International Air Law Moot Court Competition held on March 3-6, 2010 at NLUD Campus. Mr. Hardeep Singh was awarded as the best Oralist and awarded a scholarship by Ministry of Transport, The Netherlands for LL.M. Programme in the Air & Space Law at Laiden University, The Netherlands.
 
 
* The NLUD team comprising of Mr. Aditya Sharma, Mr. Aayush Srivastava and Mr. Mohit Sharma reached the Quarter Finals of K.K. Luthra Memorial Moot Court Competition organized by Faculty of Law, University of Delhi from January 15-17, 2010.
 
 
* The NLUD team comprising of Ms. Kunika, Mr. Varun Eknath and Mr. Mitul Jain represented the University and reached the Semi-Finals of the 4th Rajiv Pandey Memorial Moot Court Competition organized by Faculty of Law, University of Delhi on October 10th, 2009.
 
 
* The NLUD team comprising of Mr. Purushottam Anand, Ms. Soumya Shekhar and Mr. Vikramaditya were runner-up in the All India Pt. Vasudeo Narain Mishra Memorial Moot Court Competition organized by Patna Law College from 8-10 July, 2009.
 
 
* The NLUD team comprising of Mr. Hardeep Singh, Ms. Devna Arora and Mr. Mubashshshir Sarshar reached in the Semi Finals of the 12th M. M. Singhvi Memorial – Bar Council of India International Law Moot Court Competition – 2009 held at NLU, Jodhpur.
 
 
* The NLUD team comprising of Mr. Hardeep Singh, Ms. Devna Arora and Mr. Siddharth Gargreached in the Semi Finals of the 14th Stetsons International Environmental Moot Court Competition – 2009 (North India Rounds) organised by the National Law Institute University held at Bhopal.
 
 
 
===Student Activities===
 
TBC: Other activities organised by students, including social or otherwise. Describe the structure of student body management.
 
  
 
===Recruitment===
 
===Recruitment===
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===Seminars and Conferences===
 
===Seminars and Conferences===
TBC
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The college organises seminars and conferences for its students and faculty on every Saturday in the Auditorium.
  
 
==Academia and faculty==
 
==Academia and faculty==
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The NLUD Student Law Review
 
The NLUD Student Law Review
  
===Subjects available===
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Your story was really infomraitve, thanks!
TBC: Which subjects can you take? Which are optional or compulsory? Feel free to add professors teaching each subject or whatever else is worth mentioning.
 
  
 
==Alumni==
 
==Alumni==

Latest revision as of 11:47, 2 December 2019

National Law University Delhi or NLU Delhi is a national law school based in Delhi.

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Background[edit]

History[edit]

National Law University, Delhi was founded in 2008 with Prof. (Dr.) Ranbir Singh as the Vice-Chancellor and Prof. (Dr.) Ghanshyam Singh as Registrar.

Location[edit]

The University is located in Sector-14, Dwarka, New Delhi. It is well connected by Metro and DTC. The office of the Intellectual Property Rights is just beside the campus.

Administration[edit]

  • Vice-Chancellor: Prof. (Dr.) Ranbir Singh
  • Registrar: Prof. (Dr.) Srikrishna Deva Rao

Senior Faculty:[edit]

  • Prof. (Dr.) Amar Singh
  • Prof. (Dr.) S. Sachidanadam
  • Prof. (Dr.) Babu Mathew
  • Prof. John Shulman
  • Prof. (Dr.) Anju Vali Tikoo
  • Prof. (Dr.) Radha Seshan

Facts & Figures[edit]

  • There are currently over 300 Students in total over 4 batches of LL.B.Provide citation
  • Intake every year is 80 students with 10 seats reserved for Foreign Nationals.

Admissions[edit]

The University conducts an entrance examination each year. The paper comprises of 150 questions of 1 mark each and is of 1.5 hours duration. Candidates are tested on General Knowledge, Mathematics, Legal Knowledge and Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and English.

Fee structure[edit]

B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) 5-years Course[edit]

  • Tuition Fee : Rs.35,000/- per semester
  • Campus Development Fund Fee : Rs.5,000/- (one time)
  • Admission Fee : Rs.2,500/- (one time)
  • Student Welfare Fund : Rs.2,500/- p.a.
  • SBC Fund : Rs.2,500/- p.a.
  • Examination Fee : Rs.3,000/- p.a.
  • Reading Material Fee : Rs.2,500/- p.a.
  • Library Fee : Rs.2,500/- p.a.
  • Internet Fee : Rs.5,000/- p.a.
  • Electricity Charges : : Rs.12,000/- p.a
  • Sports and Games Facilities Fee : Rs.3,000/- p.a.
  • Journals Fee : Rs.2,500/- p.a.
  • Moot Courts / Seminars / Workshops, etc. fund : Rs.5,000/- p.a.
  • Room Rent Deposits : Rs.18,000/- p.a.
  • Library Deposit : Rs.5,000/-
  • Hostel Deposit : Rs.5,000/-
  • Mess Deposit : Rs.5,000/-

Infrastructure[edit]

Hostels[edit]

There is separate hostel for boys and girls in different buildings inside the campus. Its mandatory for all the students of NLU Delhi to stay on campus in the hostels, no one can be a day scholar. The infrastructure of both the hostels are same, with 6 floors each and the ground floor reserved for mess, warden's office, hostel reception, 2 guards (24*7), general store room, common room, etc. The six floors are connected by stairs as well as 2 lifts (elevators). Each floor consists of 16 rooms (including 2 store rooms each) with residing capacity of 2 students per room. The rooms are well furnished with bed, wall fitted wardrobes, chair, drawer table, and shelves. The rooms are well-ventilated with windows fitted with nets and grills along with glass panes. The upper 3 floors have balconies attached to each of the rooms. Each washroom has 2 bathing rooms, 3 wash basins and 2 toilets and altogether each floor has 4 such washrooms. The curfew timings of the hostels are 9.00 pm.

Library and Reading Room[edit]

The University has an amazing collection of legal volumes with the entire library costing around 6 crores.

IT Infrastructure[edit]

There are a number of computers available for student use, both in the Computer Lab in the Academic Block and the Internet Centre in the Library. The computers are well connected by the internet. The campus is well-connected by wi-fi (wireless fidelty) internet connection.

Extra Curricular Activities[edit]

Not bad at all felals and gallas. Thanks.

Sports Achievements[edit]

A contingent of fifteen students from the top three ears was sent to compete against the best of India's law colleges in Virudhaka 2010, the Sports Fest of National Law Institute, Bhopal, and returned with the trophy for the Overall Best College and a medal tally of four gold medals and four silver medals, which included a gold in football, table tennis, lawn tennis, and swimming. Apart from the team achievements, the college also claimed most of the individual awards with the Best Player of the Tournament being awarded to Vinayak Bhandari (3rd year).

Recruitment[edit]

TBC

Seminars and Conferences[edit]

The college organises seminars and conferences for its students and faculty on every Saturday in the Auditorium.

Academia and faculty[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]

Prof.(Dr.) Ranbir Singh, Founding VC (NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad), Prof.(Dr.) S.K.D Rao, Prof.(Dr.) Amar Singh, Prof. B.B Pandey (Visiting)

Journals and publications[edit]

The NLUD Student Law Review

Your story was really infomraitve, thanks!

Alumni[edit]

TBC: How many alumni approximately does the college have? Is there a formal and organised network?

Notable alumni[edit]

TBC: List some alumni who have made a mark in the profession or gone on to do interesting things.

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