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Admission to PG Diploma in Consumer Law & Practice (Distance Mode) 2014

National Law School of India University, Bangalore invites applications for one year Post Graduate Diploma in Consumer Law & Practice (PGDCLP) - Distance Mode

The PGDCLP draws from the rich insights gained by Chair on Consumer Law & Practice (CLP), at the NLSIU, instituted by Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution Dept of Consumer Affairs, Govt. of India the undertake outreach programmes in the form of workshops, seminars, publications and training programme for academicians, professionals, govt. official, consumer forum members, and NGOs.

The Chair has designed and started Post Graduate Diploma Course in consumer Law and Practice for any graduates with a view to strengthening consumer protection in India

Eligibility:
Graduate Degree in any discipline from any recognized University. The medium of instruction will be English

Admission Procedure:
Candidates intending to enroll for admission shall submit the duly filled in application form along with the attested copies of the Provisional /Degree certificates and the fee prescribed before the last date of admission. Soon after completion of the admission process the confirmation of admission will be sent to the candidates

Duration:
One year. Maximum duration to complete the course is 3 years.

Course Papers:

  • Paper-I: Introduction to Law & Legal Systems
  • Paper-II: Development of Consumer Protection Law
  • Paper-III: Product Liability and Service Providers Liability
  • Paper-IV: Alternate Dispute Redressal Mechanism
  • Paper-V: Dissertation

If a candidate is required to continue the course beyond one academic year because of his/her non-fulfillment of the prescribed requirements for the award of the degree, he/she will be permitted to continue for the subsequent two academic years by paying a continuation fee as prescribed for each year.

At the end of the third academic year if the candidate fails to fulfill all the requirements for the award of the degree, the admission stands automatically cancelled.

Fee Structure:
Fee to be paid for one year at the time of admission

Application Fee:

Rs. 1,000/-

Admission Fee:

Rs. 2,000/-

Tuition Fee Per Annum:

Rs. 8,100/-

Total:

Rs. 11,100/-

Others (Exam fee, Continuation fee and late fee):

Admission Late Fee

Rs. 500/- (After June 30 - till August 31)

Examination Fee

Rs. 300/- per paper (All papers including Dissertation- 1500/-)

Late payment of Examination Fee

Rs. 250/- overall

Continuation fee

Rs. 1,000/- per year

Revaluation of Exam papers fee

Rs.700/- per paper

Application Form:
Application form can be obtained in person (or) by writing to The Coordinator, Distance Education Department (DED), National Law School of India University, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-560242, along with a Demand Draft for Rs. 1000/- drawn in favour of the Registrar, NLSIU, payable at Bangalore

Contact:
Prof. (Dr.) Ashok R. Patil
Associate Professor, Chair of Consumer Law and Practice
National Law School of India University, Bangalore
Email: ashokpatil@nls.ac.in

The Coordinator Distance Education Department,
National Law School of India University,
Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-560242,
Karnataka, India
Phone: 080-23160532/33/35/24/29
Fax: 080-23160534
Email: ded@nls.ac.in
Website: www.ded.nls.ac.in

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