One Year Regular Course in Cyber Law at Rajiv Gandhi National Cyber Law Centre NLIU Bhopal

Rajiv Gandhi National Cyber Law Center, a Centre of Excellence in Cyber Law (established by Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, New Delhi at NLIU, Bhopal) launches One Year Full time Regular Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Law in order to deal with new and critical issues relating to various legal aspects of cyberspace.

Last date of issuing and receiving completed application forms is November 20, 2009.

Application Form-cum-Information Brochure can be obtained from the University in person or on request. The request letter must be superscribed “Request for P.G. Diploma in Cyber Law Application form”. Application form with details is also available in the website www.nliu.com. Cost of application form is Rs. 500/- to be paid in cash or through DD of any nationalized bank drawn in favour of ‘Director, National Law Institute University, Bhopal, payable at Bhopal’. In case of downloaded forms from website, DD may accompany the completed application form, without which it shall be summarily rejected.

Eligibility: The eligible candidates shall apply for admission on the Admission Form prescribed by the University and send to the Registrar, National Law Institute University, Kerwa Dam Road, Bhopal – 462044.

Candidates having Bachelor’s degree in any disciplines from a recognized University or a qualification declared by the University as equivalent to it and recognized as such.

Approximately 40 students may seek admission in the P.G. Diploma in Cyber Law during the period November, 2009 to November, 2010.

Log on to : www.nliu.com for detailed information.

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