31 May 2024

Last Date to Apply for Indian Admissions

31 May 2024

Last Date to Apply for International Admissions


LLB (Bachelor of law) is a three-year law program that focuses on the study of in-depth analysis of all the relevant laws along with their practical intricacies. The program is structured in a way so that the students shall be trained for the corporate law industry as well as litigation & adjudicatory practice. All the programs at MUJ are designed as a highly flexible learner-centric Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) aligned with UGC and NEP guidelines and in compliance with BCI regulations. The school aims to foster academic excellence among the students through Outcome-Based Learning methods. The Course offered by the School of Law has been carefully crafted and designed to ensure that its graduates are qualified as industry ready professionals.

Recognitions & Accreditations


To take admission in any of the several courses at Manipal University Jaipur, please go through Eligibility Criteria to check your eligibility, in terms of academic pre-requisites and minimum age requirement.

If you don’t find the information you seek, please write to us at admissions@jaipur.manipal.edu and we will get back to you at the earliest.

Admission Criteria

Admissions are done based on merit (marks) obtained in the qualifying examination and a personal interview (PI)"

bachelor of law llb


Program Fee Indian (₹) International ($)
LLB Tuition (Annual) 98000 2430
Registration (One Time) 10000 300
Caution Deposit (Refundable) 10000
Total (At the time of admission) 118000 2730


  • Law of Tort
  • Law of General Contracts
  • Legal Language and Legal Methods
  • Constitutional Law I
  • Family Law
  • Labour Law I

  • Law of Consumer Protection and Motor Vehicles Act
  • Special Contracts
  • Clicinical Paper I Professional Ethics and Bar- Breach Relations
  • Constitutional Law II
  • Family Law II
  • Labour Law II

  • Jurisprudence
  • Law of Crimes I
  • Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Company Law I
  • MLC: Open Elective (without a specific course name provided, typically denoted as an elective in the Master of Laws program)

  • Law of Crimes II
  • Law of Evidence
  • Company Law II
  • Law of Property & Easement (Open Elective)
  • OGE IV: Optional Paper IV

  • Code of Civil Procedure I
  • Law of Taxation
  • Clinical Paper II - Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Moot Court Exercise and Client Counselling
  • LAW4105 Environmental Studies and Law
  • MLC 1 (Master of Laws Elective)

  • Code of Civil Procedure II
  • Clinical Paper III - Pleading, Drafting and Conveyancing
  • LAW4203 International Law
  • Administrative Law
  • OGE II Optional Paper II (Open Elective)
  • OGE V Optional Paper V (Open Elective)