NEF Law College, Guwahati :: A premier Law School of Eastern India


The application form along with the prospectus can be obtained in person from the college on payment of Rs. 500/- (inclusive of NLET Fee) . It can be obtained by post by sending a D.D. favouring "NEF Law College" payble at Guwahati. You can also download Admission Form from link above. In case the form is downloaded from internet, the student concerned will have to pay Prospectus & Form fee mentioned above at the time of submission of the form in addition to the course fee etc
The filled-in Application has to be submitted at the College along with the following documents:

(a) Birth Certificate or HSLC or equivalent Examination Certificate.
(b) HSLC & HS or equivalent examination Marksheets & Pass Certificate
(c) Degree Marksheet & Pass Certificate (if not passed Five Year Integrated law programme)
(d) LL.B. / Five Year Law Marksheets & Pass Certificates (for LLM only)
(e) Transfer Certificate from the Institution last attended
(f) Caste / Tribe Certificate from Competent Authority (if applicable)
(g) Migration Certificate (wherever applicable. It can be submitted after Admission)


Admission into Five Year Integrated law courses will be based on NEF Law Entrance Test (NLET). Candidates who have appeared in final exams of 10+2 / H.S. or equivalent examination will be provisionally allowed to appear in the NLET. However, the candidate will be required to produce the same at the time of admission.

Entrance Examination :

(a) An Entrance Examination shall be conducted by the College for the purpose of admission to the First Semester B.A., LL.B (Hons) / B.B.A., LL.B (Hons) / B.Com., LL.B (Hons) course. The Examination will be held in Guwahati as per the date and venue mentioned in the Admit Card/ Hall ticket.

(b) There shall be one single paper of 2 ½ hours duration consisting of Multiple Choice & short answer type Questions of a standard expected from 10+2 students. The weightage given to different sections are as under (the fi gures within bracket show the tentative number of Questions in each area):

Part I – English including Comprehension (40 questions),
Part II – General Knowledge/ Current Affairs (40 questions),
Part III – Elementary Mathematics (30 questions),
Part IV – Legal Aptitude / Awareness (40 questions),
Part V – Logical Reasoning (30 questions) and
Part VII – Long Questions (2 questions)

(c) There shall be a total of 182 questions with 1 mark for each question. The questions shall be of multiple choices / objective type. For each correct answer, 1 (one) mark will be awarded. There is no negative mark for a wrong answer. This rule is applicable for question No. 1 to 180 only.

(d) There shall be multiple sets of Test Booklets (Series A, B, C & D), each set containing same 182 questions in different sequence.

Admission into Three Year LL.B. course will be based on merit.

Admission to the Master of Law (LL.M.) shall be made strictly on merit. Every eligible candidate shall have to appear in a Written Test consisting of One Paper of four hour duration carrying 200 Marks followed by Viva Voce..

(a) Two questions on Constitutional Law of India carrying 50 Marks
(b) Two questions on Jurisprudence carrying 50 Marks
(c) Two questions on Indian Penal Code carrying 50 Marks
(d) One essay carrying 50 Marks on a topic of Current Legal Problems