West Bengal National University Of Juridical Sciences
Coordinates: 22°33′N 88°24′E / 22.55°N 88.4°E / 22.55; 88.4 The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WBNUJS or NUJS) is an autonomous law university offering courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. It is in Salt Lake City of Kolkata, West Bengal, India. NUJS is considered one of the best amongst the elite national law schools in India built on the five-year law degree model proposed and implemented by the Bar Council of India. Over the years, NUJS has emerged as the premier law college of India outshining its closest competitors like NLSIU Bangalore and NALSAR Hyderabad in almost all fields ranging from placements, moot court competitions to sporting activities.
The university offers a five-year integrated B.A./BSc. LLB (Hons.) degree programme at the undergraduate level and a Master of Laws (LLM) programme at the postgraduate level. Admission to the former programme is through the Common Law Admission Test, a highly competitive, nationwide common entrance examination, held jointly by the fourteen national law schools. NUJS also offers MPhil and PhD degrees.
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