Admission to diverse PG diploma courses on law at NUALS Kochi

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Kochi: The National University of Advanced Legal Education, Kalamassery, invited applications for admission to PG Diploma in Medical Law and Ethics (PGDMLE), PG Diploma in Cyber Law (PGDCL), PG Diploma in Banking Law (PGDBL), Post Graduate Diploma in Insurance Law (PGDIL) and Post Graduate Diploma in Education Law and Management (PGDELM). The number of seats for the courses shall be 50 for each course.

The minimum qualification for admission to all courses is a Bachelor's Degree in any subject of a recognised University. However, for PGDMLE preference will be given to those who possess a Bachelor's Degree in any system of Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy, Hospital Administration, or a Bachelor's Degree in Law recognized by NUALS.

For PGDCL, preference will be given to those who possess a Degree in Law.

Application form can be downloaded from the University website

A Demand Draft for Rs 500/- (Rs 250/- for SC/ST students) drawn in favour of "The Registrar, The National University of Advanced Legal Education" from any scheduled bank payable at Ernakulam, towards Registration Fee shall also be submitted along with the filled-in application form.

The last date for receipt of filled in applications is 06/12/2021. Self-attested copies of certificates to prove age, qualifications, and experience (10th Standard certificate, Degree Certificate and Experience certificate) shall be attached along with the application. Each course will be conducted only if a minimum of 20 candidates joins the course. Incomplete applications and applications without registration fee will be summarily rejected.

For details, contact: 9446899035

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