A Two Year Master of Laws (LL.M.) Programme
Nepal Law Campus has a two year Master of Laws (LL.M.) programme. Those students who have completed bachelor’s degree in law are admitted to this course. Only fifty students are admitted through selection of entrance exam, among the applicants, for this programme. Fourteen seats out of fifty are reserved for vulnerable and minorties groups and foreigners, such as three for woman, three for Indigenous /Janjati group, two for Madheshi, one for Dalit, one for disable, one for backward area and three for foreigner. But, they should also appear the entrance exam and pass the exam.
Nepal Law Campus does not exempt admission fee or tuition fees or any types of fees, and it does not provide any privilege to these students who are eligible for admission in such reserved quotas.
The language of instruction and examination is English. This is full time two years course. Students must be dedicated & be regular in whole course and must be presented in each class. Minimum 75 % attendance is required to atted the final exam. Class is conducted in day time. A teaching period is of 2 hours for each subject. The number of classes shall be of 6 hours for 100 marks subject in a week.
Teaching methods consist of lecture, case study, discussion, question-answer, problem solving, research, seminar, workshop, tutorial and self-study. The important feature of teaching include inter-disciplinary approaches, participatory and instructional materials which include power point, overhead projector, white board, note books, teaching guides, case materials etc. as required. Annual examination system is applied for this programme. This programme is conducted in day shift.