Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (RMLNLU)

About RMLNLU

Dr.Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University was established by an Act of Govt. of Uttar Pradesh in 2005, U.P. Act No.28 of 2005 and came into being on 4th of January 2006. The Objective of the University is to provide knowledge of the law, legal process, to develop a sense of responsibility among the students to serve the society. RMNLU was ranked 14th in India by The Week's "Top Law Colleges 2017". The infrastructure of the college is one of the best infrastructures among various National Law Universities. Its students have excelled in every field, whether it's National or International Moots, debates, other co-curricular activities. RMLNLU library "Madhu Limaye Library" houses 25,057 books, 6658 Back Volume of Journals, 120 Journals, 10 online database, 426 E-books, etc.

RMNLU Programs Offered

Given below is a list of programs offered by RMLNLU

Undergraduate program

  • B.A.LL.B (Hons.) (5-year program)

Postgraduate program

  • LL.M (1-year program)

Doctoral program

  • Ph.D.

RMLNLU, B.A.LL.B (Hons.)

Admission to this program is purely based on merit determined through a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) conducted by the 18 participating law schools in rotation Program duration- 5-years

Seat Intake- 178

Category

No of Seats

Unreserved

80

O.B.C. of UP (27%)

43

S.C. of UP (21%)

34

S.T. of UP (02%)

03

Total

160

Supernumerary Seats

Foreign Nationals/ NRIs/ NRI Sponsored Candidate

16

Residents of Jammu & Kashmir

02

Total

18

Horizontal Reservation to the following categories shall be available as mentioned below:

Category

No of Seats

Specially Abled Persons (SAP)

03%

Dependents of Freedom Fighters of UP

02%

Sons/Daughters of defence personnel deployed in Uttar Pradesh or defence personnel of UP either retired or killed/disabled in action

05%

Female Candidates

20%

Eligibility Criteria

  • Have passed, the Intermediate/Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) or an equivalent Examination from a University/recognized Board, securing in the aggregate not less than 50% of the total marks (for SC/ST category candidates - 45% of the total marks).
  • There is no age limit as per the 2017 rules
  • Those who do not clear the qualifying examination with the requisite marks are not eligible for admission

Fee Structure

Head of Fees

Amount

Admission Fees (One Time)

INR 1000

Tuition Fee (per annum)

INR 60,000

Utility Charges (per annum)

INR 48,000

Caution Money (One Time)

INR 10,000

Total

INR 1,19,000

B.A. LL.B. (HONS.) Curriculum

Year

I Semester

II Semester

First

(i)

Foundation of Law

(i)

Basics of Legislation

(ii)

Basics of Case Law

(ii)

Language of Law

(iii)

Liberal Subjects I**

(iii)

Liberal Subjects II**

(iv)

Liberal Subjects I**

(iv)

Liberal Subjects II**

(v)

Law of Torts

(v)

Law of Contract-I

(vi)

English-I

(vi)

English-II

Second

III Semester

IV Semester

(i)

Criminal Law-I

(i)

Criminal Law-II

(ii)

Constitutional Law-I

(ii)

Constitutional Law-II

(iii)

Liberal Subjects III**

(iii)

Family Law

(iv)

Liberal Subjects III**

(iv)

Public International Law

(v)

Law of Contract-II

(v)

Jurisprudence

(vi)

Moot Court and Clinical Legal Education-I

(vi)

Moot Court and Clinical Legal Education-II

Third

V Semester

VI Semester

(i)

Law of Property-I

(i)

Law of Property-II

(ii)

Corporate Law-I

(ii)

Corporate Law-II

(iii)

Criminal Procedure Code

(iii)

Intellectual Property Rights Law-I

(iv)

Law of Evidence

(iv)

Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Law

(v)

Banking Law

(v)

Drafting, Pleading & Conveyance

(vi)

Interpretation of Statues

(vi)

Administrative Law

Fourth

VII Semester

VII Semester

(i)

Legal Research & Writing

(i)

Conflict of Law

(ii)

Intellectual Property Rights Law-II

(ii)

World Legal Systems

(iii)

International Trade Law

(iii)

Alternative Dispute Resolution Law

(iv)

Law of Taxation-I

(iv)

Law of Taxation-II

(v)

Seminar Course

(v)

Insurance Law

(vi)

Environmental Law

(vi)

Seminar Course

Fifth

IX Semester

X Semester

(i)

Investment and Security Law

(i)

Human Right Laws

(ii)

Labour Law

(ii)

Cyber Law

(iii)

Seminar Course

(iii)

Seminar Course

(iv)

Seminar Course

(iv)

Seminar Course

(v)

Seminar Course

(v)

Seminar Course

* The syllabus may be subject to change from time to time as may be decided by the competent authority.

** The students are required to opt any two Liberal Courses out of Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology.

RMNLU LL.M

The admission shall be based on the performance in the Common Law Admission Test Program duration: 1-year

Eligibility

  • Aggregate not less than 50% marks or equivalent grade in all papers in the qualifying LL.B. (Hons.) (5-year integrated program) or LL.B. (three years program) of a recognized University

Seat Intake and Reservation

The intake is 20 and 07 supernumerary seats per year with the following break up:

Category

No of Seats

Unreserved

10

O.B.C. of UP (27%)

05

S.C. of UP (21%)

04

S.T. of UP (02%)

01

Total

20

Supernumerary Seats

Foreign Nationals/ NRIs/ NRI Sponsored Candidate

05

Residents of Jammu & Kashmir

02

Total

27

Horizontal Reservation to the following categories shall be available as mentioned below:

Category

No of Seats

Specially Abled Persons (SAP)

03%

Dependents of Freedom Fighters of UP

02%

Sons/Daughters of defence personnel deployed in Uttar Pradesh or defence personnel of UP either retired or killed/disabled in action

05%

Female Candidates

20%

Fee Structure

Head of Fees

Amount

Admission Fees (One Time)

INR 1000

Tuition Fee (per annum)

INR 20,000

Utility Charges (per annum)

INR 48,000

Caution Money (One Time)

INR 10,000

Total

INR 79,000

LL.M Curriculum

Year

I Semester

II Semester

First

(i)

Indian Constitutional Law: The New
Challenges

(i)

Corporate Good Governance

(ii)

Law and Social Transformation in India

(ii)

Judicial Process

(iii)

Jurisprudence

(iii)

Environmental Law

Optional

(iv)

Optional (II)

(i)

Law of Taxation

(v)

Dissertation

(ii)

Insurance & Banking

(iii)

Research Methodology

OPTIONAL GROUP:

S. No.

Group Name

Papers Name

1.

Constitutional Law

(i)

Mass Media Law/Public Utilities Law/Union-State Financial Relations

(ii)

Mass Media Law/Public Utilities Law/Union-State Financial Relations

(iii)

Comparative Political & Civil Rights

2.

Administrative Law

(i)

Comparative Administrative Law

(ii)

Administrative Process and Judicial Control/Administrative Law: 21st Century Challenges

(iii)

Comparative Study of Delegated Legislation

3.

Business Law

(i)

Legal Regulation of Economic Enterprises

(ii)

Security Law/Corporate Finances

(iii)

Corporate Law: Comparative Study

4.

Criminal Law

(i)

Law Relating to Socio-economic Crimes

(ii)

Collective Violence and Criminal Justice System/Penology: Treating Offenders

(iii)

Privileged Class Deviance

5.

Environmental Law

(i)

´╗┐Indian Environmental Law: The Recent Challenges

(ii)

´╗┐Comparative Environmental Law

(iii)

International Environmental Law

6.

International Law

(i)

International Institutions: Law, Practice and Future

(ii)

International Humanitarian Law

(iii)

International Humanitarian Law

7.

Labour Law

(i)

Collective Bargaining

(ii)

Industrial Adjudication

(iii)

Wages: Law, Policy and Practice

8.

Jurisprudence

(i)

Comparative Judicial Process

(ii)

Socialist Jurisprudence

(iii)

Socialist Jurisprudence

9.

Intellectual Property Law

(i)

Law of Industrial & Intellectual Property in India

(ii)

Comparative Copyrights and Patents Law

(iii)

Intellectual Property Law: The Challenges

10.

Human Rights

(i)

Indian Perspective of Human Rights

(ii)

International Perspective of Human Rights

(iii)

Human Rights of Women/Child

* The syllabus may be subject to change from time to time.

** Any of the Optional Groups may be allowed provided that there are not less than five students and further faculty is available in concerned Group.

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