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    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2022 - BA LLB & LLM Previous Year Cut off Marks, Category Wise Cut off

    Edited By Shubham Bhakuni | Updated on Dec 07, 2022 04:45 PM IST | #CLAT

    NLSIU Bangalore cut off 2023 - The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) will release the CLAT seat allotment lists which will inform about the NLSIU Bangalore 2023 cut-offs. The NLSIU Bangalore cut off 2023 will be the last rank or minimum marks for which the university will offer admission. It will depend on factors such as - the number of seats offered, reservation, number of applicants and their performance in CLAT 2023. NLSIU Bangalore is the top-ranked law university in India and therefore is preferred by the candidates. Read the complete article to know about NLSIU Bangalore cut off 2023, past trends, and other related information.

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    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2022 - BA LLB & LLM Previous Year Cut off Marks, Category Wise Cut off
    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2022 - BA LLB & LLM Previous Year Cut off Marks, Category Wise Cut off

    NLSIU Bangalore CLAT cut off 2023 - Important factors to consider

    The cut-offs for NLSIU Bangalore change every year, depending on several variable factors. Some of the important factors that would affect the cut-offs are mentioned below.

    1. Number of applicants for NLSIU Bangalore - Among the CLAT participating NLUs, NLSIU Bangalore is the most preferred NLU for BA LLB and LLM courses, and therefore, the highest number of applicants give first preference to this university.

    2. Number of seats offered - This year, the university has increased the number of seats from 120 to 180. This means that more candidates will be able to get admission to NLSIU Bangalore.

    3. Reservation policy - The university offers a 25% domicile reservation to the Karnataka student category. So, for all India category students, the domicile reservation means less number of seats.

    4. Candidates’ performance - Marks obtained by the candidates directly affect CLAT cut-offs for NLSIU Bangalore. Having a CLAT score of 100+ would increase the chances of securing a seat in NLSIU Bangalore.

    NLSIU Bangalore expected cut-off 2023

    For general all-India category candidates, the NLSIU Bangalore cut off is expected to be around AIR 100. Last year, the general category cut off for NLSIU Bangalore was AIR 83 or (103.5 marks). Candidates may check the previous year's cut-offs for NLSIU Bangalore below in a table.

    NLSIU Bangalore BA LLB cut off 2022

    Category

    rank

    General (All India)

    85

    GC-KA235

    OBC

    638
    SC2224

    ST

    3428
    OBC-KA1976
    SC-KA4345
    ST-KA9888

    NLSIU Bangalore LLM cut-off 2022

    Category

    Closing rank

    General (All India)

    163

    OBC

    549
    SC1388

    ST

    790
    SC-KA4994
    ST-KA3923
    GC-KA1478

    NLSIU Bangalore BA LLB cut off (Year - 2021)

    Category

    Cut off rank

    Cut off marks

    General

    83

    103.5

    General - Karnataka Category

    237

    96.75

    SC

    2112

    73.75

    ST

    3042

    68.25

    Previous year NLSIU Bangalore LLM cut off (Year - 2021)

    Category

    Cut off rank

    Cut off marks

    General

    153

    69.75

    General - Karnataka Category

    1186

    54.5

    SC

    3244

    39.25

    ST

    1678

    49.5

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    NLSIU Bangalore Cut Off 2020 Cutoff for BA LLB Programme

    Category

    Cutoff Rank (AIR)

    General (PwD)

    1727

    ST

    3707

    SC

    1978

    General

    98

    NLSIU Bangalore Cut Off 2020 Cutoff for LLM Programme

    Category

    Cutoff Rank (AIR)

    General (PwD)

    2031

    ST

    906

    SC

    613

    General

    70


    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2019

    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2019 for BA LLB

    Category

    Round I

    Round II

    Round III

    Closing Rank

    Closing Rank

    Closing Rank

    General

    54

    57

    58

    ST

    1857

    2575

    -

    SC

    1892

    1907

    2018

    PwD

    2733

    -

    -

    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2019 for LLM

    Category

    Round I

    Round II

    Round III

    Closing Rank

    Closing Rank

    Closing Rank

    General

    50

    114

    136

    ST

    404

    2808

    2978

    SC

    196

    1048

    1202

    PwD

    443

    609

    -

    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2018 for BA LLB

    Category

    Rank

    General

    66

    Scheduled Caste

    562

    Scheduled Tribe

    562

    Specially-abled Persons

    77

    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2017 for BA LLB

    Category

    Round 1

    Round 2

    Round 3

    Round 4

    General

    59

    62

    62

    62

    SC

    1704

    1704

    1704

    1874

    ST

    1779

    1779

    1779

    1779

    AISAP*

    1429

    2343

    2343

    2343

    * All India Specially Abled Person

    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2017 for LLM

    Category

    Round 1

    Round 2

    Round 3

    Round 4

    General

    49

    174

    176

    222

    SC

    404

    1081

    1081

    1081

    ST

    229

    1792

    1792

    1792

    AISAP*

    845

    2036

    3836

    5016

    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2016 for BA LLB

    Category

    Round 1

    Round 2

    Round 3

    Round 4

    General

    58

    59

    59

    59

    SC

    1654

    1654

    2050

    2050

    ST

    2000

    2000

    1688

    2000

    AISAP

    200

    200

    200

    200

    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2016 for LLM

    Category

    Round 1

    Round 2

    Round 3

    Round 4

    General

    44

    292

    307

    409

    SC

    214

    1320

    1786

    1981

    ST

    613

    1399

    2235

    2235

    AISAP

    325

    1664

    2189

    2463

    NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2015 for BA LLB

    Category

    Round 1

    Round 2

    Round 3

    Round 4

    General

    57

    57

    57

    59

    SC

    11

    11

    12

    12

    ST

    5

    5

    6

    6

    AISAP

    1

    1

    1


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    Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

    1. When will the NLSIU Bangalore Cutoff 2023 be released?

    The consortium will release the cutoff at the time of CLAT 2023 counselling and seat allotment.

    2. Will the NLSIU Bangalore be released separately for the UG and PG programmes?

    Yes, separate cutoffs will be released for the two programmes, which will also be category-specific.

    3. What is NLSIU Bangalore cutoff?

    The cutoff is the minimum score or rank a candidate needs to secure in their category and chosen programme for admission.

    4. Will I be considered for admission to BA LLB or LLM programme even if I don’t meet the cutoff criteria?

    No, those who fail to meet the NLSIU Bangalore cutoff in their category and programme have little chance of admission.

    5. What are various factors based on which the NLSIU Cutoff will be determined?

    Some factors for deciding the cutoff include - the seat intake, number of applicants and category.

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