NLU Sonipat (Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Law University)


Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Law University (DBRANLU), Rai, Sonipat, was established in 2012 by the State Government of Haryana. Initially the name was National Law University which was changed in 2014 to Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Law University inhonour of Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar. The university will start academic operations from academic year 2019-2020. The institute aims to provide more than just legal education by imparting a value based, intellectual environment to help the students excel in both academics and personality wise as well.Some of the main objectives of the Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Law University (DBRANLU), Rai, Sonipat, include advanced studies, promoting research, comprehensive legal education, organizing seminars, analyzing contemporary public issues, higher learning and research globally, promoting legal awareness, etc.

Getting into NLU, Sonipat

Programs offered:

Admission Eligibility Criteria:

  • Candidates are required to have a Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) of the Haryana School Education Board or its equivalent with minimum 45% marks in the aggregate.
  • For SC/ST candidates, the minimum aggregate is 40%.
  • Candidates appearing in or awaiting results of the qualifying examination held or being held in March/April 2019 are eligible to apply for admissions and appear for the Combined Law Admission Test (CLAT) provisionally.
  • However, candidates must fulfill the eligibility criteria when the results are declared, and must submit proof of having passed the qualifying examination with the prescribed percentage of marks at the time of their interview/counseling.
  • Candidates failing to provide proof or clear the qualifying examination during the given frame are not considered.

NLU Sonipat B.A. LL.B Admission Criteria:

Admissions to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Law University, Sonipat, are exclusively based on the merit in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).

NLU Sonipat B.A. LL.B Student Intake:

The seat intake for the first B.A. LL.B Five Year Integrated Course Batch (2019-2020) of DBRANLU is 120 (one hundred and twenty).

NLU Sonipat B.A. LL.B Seat Matrix:

Seat Matrix for the Admission B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5 year Integrated Course Academic Session 2020-21

Total Intake: 120 Seats

All India Category: 90 seats

Haryana Category: 30 Seats

All India Category (90 seats )

Haryana Category (30 seats)

Supernumerary Category (12 seats)

General: 59

Haryana General Category: 10

J&K Resident/Kashmiri Migrants: 06 Seats

EWS: 07

EWS: 01

NRI: 06

SC: 14

SC: 05


ST: 07

BC(A): 04


PwD: 03

BC (B): 03



PwD: 01



WL**: 06


*The Haryana state’s seat reservation policy may or may not apply to the institute’s seat reservation policy.

NLU Sonipat Fee Structure

FEE STRUCTURE FOR B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) Five-Year Integrated Course 2020-21 (Revised)


Fee Detail

Annual Fee

First Half
(At time of Admission)

Second Half
(Before 10th of January)


Admission Fee

Rs. 5000*

Rs. 5000*



Tuition Fee

Rs. 80000
US $4000 or equivalent in INR for the foreign Nationals (US $3000 in case of SAARC candidates)

Rs. 40000

Rs. 40000


Amenities Fee

Rs. 15000

Rs. 43000


Campus Development Fund

Rs. 15000


Moot Court Fees

Rs. 3000


Examination Fee

Rs. 3000


Library Fee

Rs. 2000


Health and Sports Facility

Rs. 5000


Hostel      Rent (Double Occupancy) other Charges

Rs. 30000

Rs. 15000

Rs. 15000


Refundable Security

Rs. 20000*

Rs. 20000*



Total Fee

Rs 178000

Rs. 123000

Rs. 55000


Advance Mess Bill adjustable against actual bill

Rs. 30000

Rs. 15000

Rs. 15000

NLU Sonipat PG Diploma in Corporate Law 

The programme aims at providing practical and theoretical aspects related to corporate law. The PG diploma programme is approved by BCI (Bar Council India)
Duration: 1 year 

NLU Sonipat PG Diploma in Corporate Law Eligibility 

The student must have secured a minimum 50% (minimum marks are necessary for SC/ST category students) in Undergraduate of bachelors degree from any institute, college or university recognized by UGC (University Grants Commission)

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