LL.B (3 Years) - The LL.B (3 Years) course approved by the Bar Council of India & permanently affiliated to the Gauhati University, equips a person with a degree in Law, enabling him / her to register himself / herself as an Advocate to practice, take up a job or go for higher studies. Besides imparting knowledge of law in all spheres a lot of emphasis is given to practical.
Special Features for 3 Years & 5 Years B.A., LL.B
- Court Visit
- Library Visit, Police Station, Jail & Library Visit
- Legal Workshops
- Moot Court Competitions
- Educational Trip
- Regular Activities in Collaboration with District Legal Services Authority
- National Seminars
- Constitution Day Celebration
- Law Day Celebrations
- Human Rights Day Celebration
- Contribution of Articles by eminent Professors of Reputed Universities / Judges.
- Special classes when necessary
- Debate Competitions
- Sports & Cultural Activities
- Legal Literacy Camps
- Special Classes to improve communication & IT skills
- Revision classes before examination
B.A.LL.B (5 Years) Programme
The Five Years Integrated Programme in Law - The B.A.LL.B course is approved by the Bar Council of India & affiliated to the Gauhati University. This course is ideal for students who wish to make Law as a professional career after 10+2 (Inter). The course is run on Semester system, however a lot of emphasis is given on academics as well as Law subjects, with practical exposure to budding young law professional.
Entrance Examination Details for 5 Years B.A.LL.B
Today, law plays a decisive role in every sphere of society. Be it the corporate sector, the defence forces, private litigation, legal advice in advertising, intellectual property lawyers have become an indispensable part of modern life. Some of the exciting career options that are available to law graduates are :
Legal officers in Corporate Sector
Law officers with NGOs
Intellectual Property Right (IPR)
Direct Entry Judicial
- For 3 Yr. Law Degree Course (LL.B) of 6 (Six) semesters, spreading over 3 Academic Years : Graduated in any discipline having minimum percentage of marks not below 45% of the total marks in case of general category and 40% of the total marks in case of SC, ST and OBC applicants.
- For 5 Yr. Double Degree Integrated Law Couse (B.A.LL.B) of 10 (Ten) semesters, spreading over 5 Academic Years : applicant who has completed Senior Secondary School course (‘+2’) from a Senior Secondary Board or equivalent with minimum percentage of marks, not below 45% of the total marks in case of general category and 40% of the total marks in case of SC, ST and OBC applicants.
- Reservation of seats as per rules.
- Minimum 75% attendance is mandatory as per Gauhati University rules to appear in the semester examination.
- As per NLC rules students are required to have a minimum 80% attendance in aggregate. Condonation of absence accrued due to medical reasons or absence accrued due to representing the NLC at events will be granted as per NLC rules.
NLC Rules and Code of Conduct
NLC insists on high standard od discipline from the students for enhancing the status and reputation of this centre of excellence in legal education. In case a students violates the Code of Conduct or directions issued by the Principal, strict disciplinary action including expulsion may be ordered on the basis of inquiry conducted by the authorities. Parents are advice not to seek any deviation from these rules. The following Code of Conduct is to be studies by the parents and students. These will be adhered to by the students at NLC. Any violation of Code of Conduct will result in disciplinary action against him / her :-
- Do not indulge in any act that will tarnish the image of NLC in particular.
- Be respectful to all staff members.
- Be appropriately dressed for classes.
- Be dressed as specified in the Dress Code.
- Do not indulge in smoking in the campus and possession and consumption any kind of tobacco product is strictly prohibited inside the campus.
- Possession and consumption of all kinds of alcoholic beverages in the campus strictly prohibited.
- Keep the campus clean and pollution free.
- Take pride in being a student of NLC and aim for excellence.
- Be extremely regular as well as punctual in all classes.
- Treat NLC property with utmost care and help in its upkeep. Damage caused to any property will be made good through fines levied on the student / students causing the damage.
- Don’t participate in any anti-national, anti-social or undesirable activity in or outside the campus.
- Every student will be required to attend minimum 80% lectures delivered in that class in each paper.
- Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in NLC and places where students of NLC stay.
University Grant Commission (UGC) has issued Regulation, 2015 on Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal of Sexual Harassment of Women Employees and Students in Higher Educational Institutions, our college strictly following the above regulation.
Dress Code of Nowgong Law College
The students of Nowgong Law College will have to follow dress code while attending the Theory classes as well as the prescribed clinical classes such as Moot Court, Lawyer's Chamber, Civil and Criminal Court, Lok-Adalats, Legal aid Camps, Clinic and Internship etc. The students are expected to have two sets of the prescribed dresses (Uniform).
For Male Students
Summer: White full Sleeve Shirt, Black Pant, Black neck -tie, Black Shoes and White Socks.
Winter: Same dress with Black Blazer/Sweater.
For Female Students
Summer: White Kurta (with full sleeve) with Black Pyjama, Black Dupatta, Black Shoes and Socks. Or White Shirt,Black Pant,Black neck-tie, Black Shoes with Socks/Black Sandal Shoe.
Winter: Same dress with Black Blazer/Sweater.
College Badge will be provided by College. The boy students stich it in the shirts pocket and Girls students stitch it in the right hand of the Kurta.
(N.B.: Jeans, Sporting, T-Shirts etc. are strictly prohibited in both Theory and practical classes including internship)
The Classes will commence from 1st August 2018 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm with a break of 30 minutes from 1:00 pm to 1:30pm.