NLSAT 2024 registration deadline extended till February 28; apply at

The NLSIU Bengaluru will conduct the NLSAT for three-year LLB, two-year MA Public Policy and PhD programmes on March 17 from 10 AM to 12.30 PM.


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The academic session for three-year LLB will tentatively start from July 1. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)The academic session for three-year LLB will tentatively start from July 1. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

Divyansh | February 26, 2024 | 09:51 AM IST

NEW DELHI: National Law School of India University Bengaluru (NLSIU Bengaluru) has extended the National Law School Admission Test (NLSAT 2024) registration date for three-year LLB, two-year MA Public Policy, PhD programmes for the academic year 2024-25. Eligible candidates can apply for the NLSAT application form on the official website,

The NLSIU Bengaluru will now close the registration window on February 28. The NLSAT-LLB, NLSAT-MPP, NLSAT-PhD will be held on March 17 from 10 AM to 12.30 PM. The academic session for three-year LLB will tentatively start from July 1.

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Candidates applying for the NLSAT LLB and MPP programmes will have to pay an application fee of Rs 2,500. Candidates belonging to SC, ST, OBC-NCL, PwD, EWS categories will have to pay Rs 2,000 as application fee. Students applying for the PhD programmes in law and interdisciplinary will have to submit Rs 3,000 as registration fee.

NLSAT LLB eligibility criteria

Candidates applying for NLSAT three-year LLB programme will have to meet the following eligibility criteria:



Educational qualification

Graduation in any stream. Final year candidates can also apply

Minimum pass marks

45% (for general category)

40% (for SC/ST/OBC category)

Age Limit

No age limit

Also read NLSAT 2024 on March 17; registration begins at

NLSAT 2024 exam pattern

The NLSAT 2024 exam will consist of two parts – objective Part A and descriptive Part B. The part A will have multiple-choice questions (MCQs) concerning reading comprehension, current affairs, and critical reasoning. Both the sections will be of 75 marks each.

Type of questions

MCQs (Part A), Descriptive (Part B)


150 minutes

Marking Scheme

75 marks - Part A

75 marks - Part B (Legal Aptitude- 60 marks, Analytical Ability - 15 marks)

Negative marking

0.25 marks for every incorrect and unanswered question in the objective section.

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