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  • Manish Dahal

    November 25, 2015 at 3:14 am

    I think there are other Law campuses too in Nepal. But since it is old and well recognised , I think Nepal Law campus will be best to study. And regarding the requirements I suggest you to visit any of the law campus near your home to know details. Almost all the colleges have same procedures and requirements. I am not a law student though. 😉

  • Anish Mane

    May 25, 2016 at 11:11 am

    `Bachelors in Law is a three years programme. It is especially for the students who have completed the Bachelors in any discipline from any recognized university by Nepal. And there is no limit in the number of students in this programme admission.

    Since you are a plus two pass only there’s no provision for you to study the LLB programme. Either you would need to have completed a Bachelors degree from any discipline first, to get enrolled into studying the LLB or there’s an alternative course with limited seats after +2 studies in any subject which is BALLB (Bachelors in Arts & Bachelors in Law).

    BALLB is also a very good subject for the Law studies . It is especially for the students who are focused at pursuing their careers in the Law studies only because it is 5 years long Law programme and needs a lot of patience and hard work and focus at studying.
    So, it usually depends upon you what you would like to prefer to study.

    Some colleges offering the LLB studies in Nepal are:
    Nepal Law Campus,Exhibition Road, Kathmandu.
    Prithivi Narayan Multiple Campus,Pokhara, Kaski.
    Hari Khetan Multiple Campus, Alakhiya Road, Birgunj.
    Kathmandu School of Law, Duwakot etc

  • Roman Giri

    September 3, 2017 at 1:08 pm

    You must mass Bachelor’s level in Science or Management or Education in order to get admission in LLB. No other special requirements. This is a 3 years course and has a lots of scope. So if you are interested in law and legal studies, don’t think twice, just get admission in Nepal Law Campus if you are in Kathmandu or any TU colleges that conduct the LLB course in your area. The main plus point of studying LLB at Nepal Law campus is that you get to hang out and interact with so many other fellow law students and the campus itself has a great LAWish environment (Pure law, and nothing else). Hope you are getting what I am trying to say. The cost to get admission is around 8000 rupees as of 2074 BS . This cost will cover the tuition fee for 1 year and exam fees as well. The books and other stuffs are easily available on the book stalls in-front of the college and nearby areas. I have also heard that there are DVDs of lectures by professors which can be bought but I have never seen or found out one.
    For information about BALLB and fee structure of Nepal Law Campus you can visit this page:

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