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B.Sc. LL.B. (Hons.) [Cyber Security]

The development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) during the last few decades has taken the world by storm. While technology has facilitated human life and living to hitherto unknown territories, it has come with its disadvantages and possibilities of misuse and abuse. History has enough evidence to show that while science and technology is a blessing for human beings, the same technology comes with immense possibilities to wreak havoc in any society. Rapid developments in ICT have reduced the world into a global village; legal regimes all over the world have been facing ever-increasing complex challenges. For a long time, it was believed that lawyers, policy-makers and political scientists could govern society. However, now it is clear that a vision of a sustainable world is impossible unless the community of lawyers and policy-makers have either adequate number or adequate support of scientists/technologists.

The rapid growth of ICT has raised various complex questions which need to be addressed. This has been the concern of the legislators all over the world, and each legal system has attempted to change the law according to the changing needs of the times. United Nations Commission on International Trade-Related aspects of the law (UNCITRAL) proposed a “Model Law on e-Commerce” in 1996 with the objective to guide members of the UN to enact Law to regulate the cyberspace. UNCITRAL Model Law was the inspiration for India to enact the Information Technology Act, 2000. The Act provides for laws relating to e-Commerce, e-Governance, Electronic Signature, Cyber Contraventions and Cyber Offences.

The present course is blended with Law and Technology to impart a comprehensive understanding of the legal regime pertaining to Cyber Security, Data Protection, Blockchain Technology, Artificial Intelligence and multi-media protection etc. in India with a comparative critical perspective. This course attempts to make the students familiar with Indian law and to understand international developments in this area.

Eligibility – Intermediate/Higher Secondary Board Exam (10+2) in science stream or its equivalent.

Intake and Reservation for B.Sc. LL.B. (Hons.) [Cyber Security] : 60 Seats

Category Number of Seats Category Number of Seats
Scheduled Caste (16%) 81 Scheduled Tribe (20%) 101
Other Backward Classes* (14%) 71 Unreserved 261
Supernumerary Quota (EWS) 62 J & K Residents (Supernumerary Quota) 2
NRI/NRI Sponsored as per NLIU
  1. In addition to the above seats Five Seats are earmarked for Foreign Nationals for direct admission
    without appearing in the CLAT examination.
  2. Seat Conversion as per NLIU Rules.

*Only those OBC Candidates can claim reservation under this category whose father/mother do not come under creamy layer. Such candidates have to produce requisite certificate from competent authority to the effect that their parents at present do not come under creamy layer category.

150% seats are horizontally reserved for candidates having domicile certificate of State of Madhya Pradesh in the respective category.

2Reserved for candidates from the Economically Weaker Section

15 seats are horizontally reserved for women candidates.
3 seats are horizontally reserved for Persons with Disability


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