NUJS introduces State domicile reservation in quid pro quo with WB government; To get 3,000 sqm land for to build new girls hostel

NUJS introduces State domicile reservation in quid pro quo with WB government; To get 3,000 sqm land for to build new girls hostel

Five months before the Common Law Admission Test is to take place, the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences has introduced a state domicile in their undergraduate course. A total of 10 seats, across categories, are being reserved for individuals possessing a West Bengal domicile as per this notification dated January 27, 2015. This will include 4 seats in the general category, 2 in the Scheduled Caste, and 1 each in the Scheduled Tribe, OBC-A, OBC-B, and NRI-Sponsored categories.

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