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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

NLOUAT 2011 BA LLB BBA LLB National Law University Orissa Admission Test Date

National Law University, Orissa


National Law University, Orissa offers a distinctly hospitable learning environment. Learning we believe has to be consummate and to be so it has to transcend the classroom. Our aim is to create an environment where academics does not impose, but eases its way seamlessly into all round student life. In order to be truly effective it has to be integrated, made an indistinguishable part of life as a whole, treated not as distinct component but as gestalt – in fact it is to be looked upon as rather a way of life.



On account of our commitment to personalized attention, the Admissions Committee of NLUO annually selects only those students it judges as best exhibiting the requisite aptitude. In order to ensure merit based selection, the university organises an annual All India National Law University, Orissa Admission Test (NLUOAT) at several test centres across the country.

Date of Entrance Test: National Law University, Orissa will independently conduct its own test on 22nd May, 2011 across multiple test centres in India.

Duration of the Entrance Test: The time duration of the Entrance Test will be of two and half hour that is from 03.00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Admission Test Centres: NLUO Admission Test will be conducted at the following Test Centres.
Education Loan:
Escalating education costs have opened up loan alternatives like never before. As a resident Indian student you will not have to find your own money to pay the fee before you start at NLUO. You can apply for student educational loan to cover your tuition fee at NLUO from any nationalized or scheduled banks. A little effort into how much money you will need to cover your educational expenses and what funding or loan is available with what interests from which bank or concerns can help you enormously in managing your finance. It is worth mentioning here that educational loans are not commercial loans. They are available with relatively low interest rates.
Tuition Fee for Foreign National/NRI/NRI Sponsored Students: 
Tuition Fees for students who are taking admissions under Foreign National/NRI/NRI Sponsored category are higher than resident Indian students. They have to pay 5000 US Dollars (or the equivalent sum in Indian currency as per the conversion rate on 1st July 2011) as Tuition Fee for the current academic session. This fee is set by NLUO and is subject to revision, usually rising in line with inflation. All other fees are same as for other students.

List of Centre Code and name of Test Centres:

Centre Code 01 Bangalore 
Centre Code 09 Jaipur
Centre Code 02 Bhopal 
Centre Code 10 Jodhpur
Centre Code 03 Chandigarh 
Centre Code 11 Kolkata
Centre Code 04 Chennai 
Centre Code 12 Lucknow
Centre Code 05 Cochin 
Centre Code 13 Mumbai
Centre Code 06 Cuttack 
Centre Code 14 New Delhi
Centre Code 07 Guwahati 
Centre Code 15 Patna
Centre Code 08 Hyderabad 
Centre Code 16 Raipur

Pattern of Test Paper:

Total Number of Questions 200
Total Marks 200
Duration of Examination Two and Half Hours (150 minutes)

Subject-wise Distribution of Marks:

English (including Comprehension) 40
General Knowledge/Current Affairs 50
Numerical Ability (Elementary Mathematics) 20
Legal Aptitude 45
Logical and Analytical Reasoning 45

Intake and Reservation: The total number of seats for both courses is 120, divided into 60 seats each for B.A.LL.B and B.B.A LL.B. (Hons.) Study Programmes. Every applicant is individually considered by the Admissions Committee for acceptance into either programme on the basis of the choice he/she makes.

The category wise division of total 120 seats for both the courses

General 78
Scheduled Tribes 14
Scheduled Castes 10
Persons with Disability 04
Foreign Nationals 04
NRI/NRI Sponsored 10
Total 120

Eligibility Condition: Applications will be entertained only on the applicant fulfilling the following criteria:

1. Applicant must have secured minimum of 50% aggregate marks (45% for SC/ST applicants) in 10+2 or equivalent examinations. Applicant's awaiting results of the qualifying examination can also appear for the test on the condition that they produce proof of having passed the qualifying examination with the prescribed marks at the time of admission.

2. Applicant must be below 21 years as on 1st August 2011 (23 years in case of SC /ST Candidates).

3. Eligible candidates should apply in the prescribed form no later than 10th May, 2011.

4. Applicant must provide complete and accurate information in the Application Form. Failure to furnish all supporting credentials or the furnishing of incorrect information may invalidate admission and registration. Applicants should retain copies of all items submitted as part of the admission application.


Issue of Application 1 March, 2011 (Tuesday) st
Last date of submission of filled in application form 10 May, 2011 (Tuesday) th
Admission Test 22 May, 2011 nd (Sunday)
Publication of Result 3 June, 2011 rd (Friday)
Last date for confirmation by the candidates 20 June, 2011 (Monday) th
Date of Completion of Admission Formalities 25 June, 2011 (Saturday) th
Publication of Second List on our website (if required) 26 June, 2011 (Sunday) th
Date of confirmation for second list candidates 30 June, 2011 (Thursday) th
Date of Completion of Admission Formalities 5 July, 2011 (Tuesday) th
Publication of Third List on our website (if required) 5 July, 2011 (Tuesday) th
Date of confirmation for third list candidates (if required) 9 July, 2011 (Saturday) th
Date of Completion of Admission Formalities 9 July, 2011 (Saturday) th
Commencement of classes 11 July, 2011 (Monday)

Tentative Fee Structure for Academic Session 2011-12 in Indian Rupees:

Tuition Fees 50,000.00 Per Semester
Admission Fees 1,000.00 One time
Student Welfare Fund 5,000.00 Annual
Examination Fee 3,000.00 Annual
Internet Fee 5,000.00 Annual
Electricity Charges 10,000.00 Annual
Sports and Game Facilities 1,000.00 Annual
Moot Court/Seminar/Workshops 3,000.00 Annual
Hostel Fee 22,000.00 Annual
Total 1,50,000.00

Refundable Deposits

Library Deposit 5,000.00
Mess Deposit 5,000.00
Total Deposits 10,000.00


Earning while learning' is a student aid scheme instituted by NLUO to help students tide over financial insufficiency. Under this scheme NLUO allows students to serve in the library in lieu of remuneration – to be decided by the University. Owing to limited positions, students will be required to apply for these posts at the beginning of the semester. The University will select candidates on the basis of merit and need.
The library is spread across the second floor of the academic block. It includes storage area, a reading hall, photocopy and printer section, new arrivals section, e-library with computers having wi-fi as well as LAN connectivity, a separate room exclusively earmarked for moot court preparation and discussions. A scanner is also available. In addition, a property counter is available just outside the library for the safe keep of belongings.

Write to us at:
National Law University, Orissa
Mahanadi Ring Road, Chahata Ghat,
Near Police Wireless Office,
Tulasipur, Cuttack, Orissa,
Mob. : +91 99383 51033
e-mail :
website :

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