Admissions will be carried out twice in an Academic Year
Step 1: On-line submission of completed application form with all relevant enclosures and application fee
Step 2: Shortlisted candidates
Stage 1: BMU written test (UGC-NET/UGC-CSIR NET/GATE/CEED, similar National level tests, Government fellowship holders, Industrial fellowship holders, project fellows / JRFs under funded projects, and BMU staff are exempted)
Stage 2: Interview (Candidates have to submit a research proposal)
Step 3: Candidates recommended by the selection committee will be notified and a formal offer of admission will be given. The committee’s decision in this regard is final and binding.
School of Law: Socio-Legal Research Methods; Constitutional Law; Administrative Law; Criminal Law; Intellectual Property Laws; Corporate Law; Environmental Law; Gender Justice; Family Law; Jurisprudence; International Law, etc.
STRUCTURE OF THE QUESTION PAPER
The pattern for online entrance test shall be in the form of two parts as defined below: