NLIU, Bhopal

NLIU (National Law Institute University), Bhopal is among the premiere educational institutes here. This institute was established in the year 1998 as a result of Act No. 41 of 1997 that was passed by the Madhya Pradesh State Legislature.

This university is dedicated to impart education to the students with the use of modern day technology. Their main ambition of this law university in Bhopal is to develop every skill that is required to pursue a legal career in the modern world in the students. Thus courses on legal writing, rational analysis, effective presentation, strategic negotiation, research technique, accounting, problem solving and information technology are conducted with much sincerity in this institute.

The course structure of an academic year in the NLIU of Bhopal is divided into three trimesters with seventy working days each. The extremely experienced and skilled faculty members of the National Law Institute University of Bhopal prepare their students to become good professionals during this span.

In all there are eighty seats for the five-year B.A. L.L.B (Hons) course that is conducted here. Admission to this institute is based on the performance in the All- India Test that is conducted every year. There are forty seats reserved for the candidates of the state of Madhya Pradesh.

This law institute of Bhopal is reputed for the excellent achievements of the students not only in academics but in other fields as well.

There are many good Bhopal Universities and Research centers. Among them the NLIU (National Law Institute University), Bhopal holds one of the most prestigious positions.

Last Updated on 23 July 2012



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