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Nims School of Law

Nims School of Law is a constituent unit ofNIMS University Rajasthan, Jaipur. Itcame into existence in the year2010-2011o provide adequate knowledge andcompetence in the area of law invaluablefor lawyers of future. School’s emphasislies to inculcate skills such as criticalthinking, creative and innovative mind set,problem solving abilities, understanding ofcultural and social values.The school has well-furnished infrastructure, library (including e- library) and well qualified faculties. The school runs five years integrated B.B.A. + LL.B., LL.B. (Three years Course), LL.M. (One Year Course) and Ph. D. etc. The cutting-edge curriculum has been designed to develop core competencies and provide exposure with the best practice of the profession.

NIMSProgrammes, Fees and Eligibility

Course Mode (Sem/Year) Duration Domestic Fees International Fees Eligiblity
Bachelor of Law (LLB) Sem Three Years + Minimum of 12 Weeks Internship 52,000 104000 View Details
Graduate in any streamX
Master of Law (CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW) Sem One Years 40,000 80,000 View Details
Bachelor of LawsX
Master of Law (Intellectual property law and cyber) Sem One Years 40,000 80,000 View Details
Bachelor of LawsX
Master of Law(International law) Sem One Years 40,000 80,000 View Details
Bachelor of LawsX
Master of Law (Corporate Law) Sem One Years 40,000 80,000 View Details
Bachelor of LawsX
Master of Law (Commercial law) Sem One Years 40,000 80,000 View Details
Bachelor of LawsX
Master of Law (CRIMINAL & SECURITY LAW) Sem One Years 40,000 80,000 View Details
Bachelor of LawsX
BBA+LLB Sem Five Years + Minimum of 20 Weeks Internship 80,000 160,000 View Details
10+2 in any streamX
BA + LLB Sem Five Years + Minimum of 20 Weeks Internship 80,000 160,000 View Details
10+2 in any streamX
PhD Law Yearly Minimum Three Years 30,000 (Regular Full Time)
1,00,000 (Regular Part Time)
30,000 (Regular Full Time)
1,00,000 (Regular Part Time)
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A Master's degree or a professional degree declared equivalent to the Master’s degree by the corresponding statutory regulatory body, with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade 'B' in the UGC’s 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever the grading system is followed), A relaxation of 5% of marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for the candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy
layer)/Differently-abled and other categories of candidates as per the decision of the
University Grants Commission from time to time

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Nims University Leads the Charge to establish a Global Centre for Sustainable Development

24 Nov

“Sustainable Development Goals are a gift not only to us but also to the future
generation” - Dr. Tomar

Nims University has taken a significant step towards global sustainability with the launch of the Global Centre for Sustainability Development (GCSD). This unfolding initiative demonstrates the university's ambition to bring about positive change on a global scale. By the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDG), the University has positioned itself as a leader in the movement for a supportable future. The aim is to ensure a holistic and inclusive approach to development, leaving no one behind, and creating a sustainable future for all.

In 2015, the UN launched the Sustainable Development Goals as a global call to action, asking people from across the world to focus on the five Ps; People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace, and Partnership. Nims University is resolute in this transformative initiative and has adopted the ten SDGs as its main framework for holistic development. By focusing on these goals, the University wants to make a difference in the lives of people, and the planet, promoting prosperity, establishing peace, and building meaningful relationships.

Nims University has adopted 10 specific goals, including No Poverty, Zero Hunger, Good Health and well-being, Quality Education, Gender Equality, Clean Water and Sanitation, Affordable and Clean Energy, Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure, Climate Action, and Life on Land.

 To focus on poverty alleviation through village adoption, skills training for marginalized communities, and donation camps in local villages the institution is observing November as a No Poverty Month. These activities are part of the University’s multi-faceted vision to create a positive social impact and promote prosperity in all walks of life.

The university underlines the importance of collaboration and meaningful connections between the academic community and society at large. By working closely with the local communities, It believes it can drive collective action towards achieving the SDGs. Through research, education, awareness, and community engagement, Nims is determined to contribute to the comprehensive growth of the nation.

The college faculty and students were addressed by the Chairman and Chancellor, Prof. (Dr.) Balvir S. Tomar. He highlighted the issue of climate change, noting that despite November traditionally being a cold month in India, this year has experienced an unusually high temperature, deviating significantly from established climate patterns. Dr. Tomar emphasized the urgency of the situation, referencing a report from European Union scientists that predicts 2023 could potentially be the warmest year in the past 125,000 years. This alarming revelation underscores the immediate need for heightened awareness and collaborative efforts to address the escalating challenges posed by climate change.

On a contrasting note, Dr. Tomar said, “Our university is committed to leading the way in sustainable development. By adopting the SDGs and working together to realize them, our students and faculty have the power to make a real difference in the lives of individuals, communities, and the planet. We believe in the transformative powers of education, and sustainable innovation and invite you all to join us in this remarkable journey toward a clean and green environment.” Dr. Tomar added, “We all have a shared responsibility to join hands and work together to implement these principles better and ensure a healthy planet for future generations.”

He shared the pivotal role of educational institutions in advocating the cause of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Each college within Nims has meticulously crafted a detailed plan outlining three specific skills for employment generation. These skills are designed to empower individuals, providing them with the means to secure employment and financial stability, thus contributing to the broader objectives of sustainable development goal no.1.

The Vice-Chancellor of Nims University, Prof. (Dr.) Sundeep Mishra provided a comprehensive overview of Earth and climate disruptions. He addressed key issues such as climate change, ocean acidification, biodiversity loss, land use change, pollution, and freshwater depletion in global environmental issues. He underscored the food system's substantial contribution to one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions and 70% of global water use. Prof. Mishra's call for collective efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, conserve resources, and promote sustainability.

Additionally, he emphasized the crucial role of Higher educational institutions in supporting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

He said that now is the perfect time for organizations to come up with a "global" approach to education and health that includes both local and global solutions.  Diversity, Prosperity, and Inclusion should be at the core of implementing the SDGs plan

Prof. Mishra discussed a detailed plan of action for the next ten months, which was in line with the SDGs adopted by the university. He urged all members to take an active part in these initiatives, focusing on raising awareness of the environmental issues of plastic pollution, poverty, and climate change to create a sustainable future by 2030. The next ten months are expected to be marked by a focus, collaboration, cooperation, and a determination to confront these challenges.

It's not just about speeding up the connection between healthcare and education - it's about building on the progress Nims University has already made by creating strategies that bring both together, in line with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

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