National University for Study and Research in Law, Ranchi

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Background[edit]

History[edit]

National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL), Ranchi was established in year 2010 as per NUSRL, Ranchi Act 2010 by Government of Jharkhand as the 14th National Law University of India.

Location[edit]

The University is presently functioning from it's own campus,The Govt. of Jharkhand had allotted 63 acres of land at Nagri Village(Kanke) in Ranchi and also a one-time grant of 50 Crores.

Administration[edit]

Chancellor :- His Excellency, The Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court.

Vice-Chancellor :-Prof. B.C.Nirmal (Former Dean of BHU Law)

Registrar :- Aloke Kumar Sengupta.

Asst. Dean (Academic)- Dr. P. P. Mitra Asst. Dean ( Student Welfare) - Dr. Rabindra K. Pathak Notable Faculty :- Prof. Nimesh Das Guru, Dr.Debasis Poddar, Dr. S Murthy, Mrityunjay Mayank, Dr. Rajesh Kumar,

Facts & Figures[edit]

Total Faculty :- 30


Total Number of Students :- Around 550 in total.

Intake :- Five year Integrated B.A.L.L.B. (Hons) - 100 each year. Hons. Courses - 1. Corporate Law Hons. 2. IPR Law Hons.3. Constitutional Law Hons. 4. International Law Hons. 5. Criminal Law Hons.

Other courses :- LLM, Ph.D and Three year JSD.

Admissions[edit]

For Five Year Integrated BA(Hons) LLB(Hons), the admission is through Common Law Admission Test.

For LLM-PhD and JSD, it is through an Entrance test, Group Discussion and the Interview conducted by the University.

Fee structure[edit]

Five Year B.A.L.L.B.(Hons) :- First year :- Rs.2,02,000(Including Caution Deposits). Second Year Onwards :- Rs.1,62,000.

Infrastructure[edit]

Hostels[edit]

Being one of the upcoming center of excellence , the university presently provides to its students access to an academic building, hall of residences for both boys and girls, with the provision of single - room for each student. In between the hall of residences stands the Mess Building, with a capacity to house more than 500 students. All the buildings are well furnished with Wi-Fi connections all round the clock.

Library and Reading Room[edit]

The NUSRL library houses more than 6000 titles in the 'issue section' and further 3000 tiles in the 'reference section'. The library also subscribes to various Journals, magazines and newspapers. Online services such as Manupatra, Lexis-India, LexisNexis Academic, West Law-India and J-Stor are the available e-resources.

IT Infrastructure[edit]

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Extra Curricular Activities[edit]

Mooting[edit]

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Student Activities[edit]

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Recruitment[edit]

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Seminars and Conferences[edit]

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Academia and faculty[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]

1. Prof A.K.Koul (Vice Chancellor)

2. Prof Alok Kumar Gupta(Dean) (Associate Professor- Political Science and International Relations)

3. Mr. Nimesh Das Guru (Assistant Professor - Law)

4. Dr. Debasis Poddar ( Assistant Professor - Law)

5. Ms. Jayeeta Bagchi (Assistant Professor - English)

6. Dr. Sreenivasa Murthy (Assistant Professor - Law)

7. Dr. K. Syamala (Assistant Professor - Law)

8. Dr. Partha Pratim Mitra (Assistant Professor - Law)

9. Dr. Jisu Ketan Pattanaik (Assistant Professor - Sociology)

10.Dr. Shweta (Assistant Professor - Psychology)

11.Mr. Arabinda Sahoo (Teaching Assistant - Philosophy)

12.Dr. Mrs. Shweta Mohan (Teaching Assistant - Economics)

13.Dr. Santosh Kumar Malua ( Teaching Assistant - History)

14.Mr. Mrityunjay Mayank (Teaching Assistant- Law)

15.Mr. Aloke Prabhu N ( Visiting Faculty - Law)

16.Mr. Pawan Kumar (Library Assistant)

Journals and publications[edit]

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Subjects available[edit]

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Alumni[edit]

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Notable alumni[edit]

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