LL.M. (One Year Post-Graduation Course)
- Master of Laws (LL.M.) One Years Post Graduation shall be a full-time degree course.
- The course shall be divided into two Semesters to be called Semester – I and Semester – II, in one Academic Year.
I. A person who has passed the LL.B. (Professional Degree examination)/ B.A., LL.B. (Five Years Course) from any University, recognized by BCI, with minimum fifty per cent (50%) marks in the AGGREGATE of all the years of the respective course Forty five per cent (45%) in the case of SC/ST) shall be eligible for admission to the LL.M. Course.
II. The Admission shall be based exclusively on the performance of the candidate in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).
III. Candidate appearing in/awaiting result of the qualifying examination may also apply and appear provisionally for the Admission Test subject to the condition that they produce the proof of having passed the qualifying examination with the prescribed marks at the time of Interview/Counselling.
- Candidates applying in the SC/ST/OBC/EWS category are required to submit a certificate from the competent authority.
- Specially Abled Persons (SAP) seeking benefit of reservation of seats is to submit minimum 35% Disability Certificate from Medical specialist of Government Hospital.
- INTAKE AND RESERVATION
The total number of seats for the LL.M. Course shall be 50. Division of seats shall be as under:
- Total No. of Seats: 50
- Total No. of Unreserved Seats: 20
- Total No. of Reserved Seats: 30
- The reservation policy in DNLU Jabalpur shall be in accordance with the Madhya Pradesh Public Service (SC, ST and OBC Reservation) Act 1994 (Act no. 21 of 1994) read with Section 18 of the MP DNLU Act, of 2018.
- The reservation criteria and the number of seats is as follows:
|Category||Number of Seats|
|M.P. State Scheduled Caste (SC): 16% of Total Seats||8|
|M. P. State Scheduled Tribe (ST): 20% of Total Seats||10|
|M. P. State Other Backward Class (OBC) Non-Creamy Layer: 14% of Total Seats||7|
|Economically Weaker Section (EWS): 10% of Total Seats||5|
VI. Horizontal Reservation
- 30% seats are horizontally reserved for women candidates.
- 5% seats are horizontally reserved for specially abled persons (Persons with Disability)
- 5% seats are horizontally reserved for the candidates of M. P. domicile under the category son/grandson/daughter/granddaughter of Freedom Fighter, and wards of War Martyr of Defense Personnel and permanently Disabled Personnel of the Indian forces/dependent children of the Ex-Servicemen of CRPF/Indian Army.
VII. Seat Conversion in All Courses
If the seats of reserved category lie vacant due to non-availability of suitable candidates/students, then it shall be filled up from candidates/students from unreserved category.
- FEES STRUCTURE
|Admission Fee (One Time)||Rs. 10,000/-|
|Tuition Fees||Rs. 1,00,000/-|
Examination & Facilities Fee
|Reading Material Fee||Rs. 5,000/-|
|IT/Computer Fee||Rs. 5,000/-|
|Examination Fee||Rs. 5,000/-|
|Extra-Curricular / Candidate Welfare Fee||Rs. 5,000/-|
|Campus Development Fee||Rs. 20,000/-|
|Sports Fee||Rs. 5,000/-|
|Library Fee||Rs. 10,000/-|
|Electricity Charges||Rs. 5,000/-|
|Maintenance Charges (Outsource)||Rs. 5,000/-|
|Hostel Room Rent||Rs. 30,000/-|
|Hostel Amenities Charges||Rs. 5,000/-|
|Mess Charges (to outsourced catering agency)||As per actuals to be paid|
|Medical Insurance Charges||
As per actuals
Refundable Charges (One Time)
|Caution Money||Rs. 15,000/-|
|Library Deposit||Rs. 10,000/-|
|Hostel Deposit||Rs. 15,000/-|
|Total Fee||Rs. 2,50,000/-|
Scheme of Study
|Paper I||Core 1||
Research Methods and Legal Writing
|Paper II||Core 2||Comparative Public Law|
|Paper III||Specialization Paper I||
Banking and Insurance law
|Paper IV||Specialization Paper II||
Law of Corporate Governance
|Paper V||Specialization Paper III||Law on Securities and Financial Markets|
|Paper I||Core 3||
Law and Justice in Globalized World
|Paper II||Specialization Paper IV||Competition Law|
|Paper III||Specialization Paper V||Commercial Arbitration|
|Paper IV||Specialization Paper VI||Insolvency and Bankruptcy|