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

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


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.


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

Senior Faculty:

  • Prof. (Dr.) Amar Singh
  • Prof. (Dr.) Anju Vali Tikoo
  • Prof. (Dr.) Sheshan Radha

Facts & Figures

  • There are currently 240 Students in total over 3 batches.Provide citation
  • Intake every year is 80 students with 10 seats reserved for Foreign Nationals.


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

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

  • 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/-



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IT Infrastructure

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Extra Curricular Activities


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Student Activities

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Seminars and Conferences


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Subjects available

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