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Master of Cyber Law & Information Security

Rajiv Gandhi National Cyber Law Centre (RGNCLC), NLIU, Bhopal, offers a post- graduate degree programme called Master of Cyber Law and Information Security. The Master of Cyber Law and Information Security (MCLIS) aims to develop the skills required to deal with the practical problems related to Cyberspace and Information Security from the perspective of technology and the regulatory framework.
The advancement in Information Technology has revolutionized almost all the areas of human endeavor. Consequently, information security challenges and the vulnerability of cyberspace have resulted in a complex regulatory framework. We aim to inculcate the dynamics of information security and cyber law matrix from a techno-legal perspective through the blended skill of Law and Technology. The MCLIS course aims to develop professional expertise and skilled human resources in the field of Cyber Law and Information Technology to match with contemporary challenges emerging in the field of Cyberspace & Cybersecurity.
The MCLIS course endeavors to develop technical skills through practical learning to better understand the information security challenges from the technological background. The MCLIS course intends to tutor students to have a comprehensive understanding of the National and International Cyber Regulatory Framework, keeping in mind the industrial demand and technological advances. At the same time, learn how to harmonize the complex Cyber World legal problems with technological advancements.


Sixty-Six (66) Students plus Five (5) Foreign Nationals Seats Distribution.

All reservations for various categories as per the rules of the NLIU, Bhopal shall apply. In case application of some other reservation must be brought in force and likewise, seats must be adjusted, it may then be incorporated.


1. He/she has obtained a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized University.
2. He/she has obtained at least 50% of marks in aggregate or equivalent grade in bachelor’s degree examination.
3. He/she has qualified for the entrance test conducted by the NLIU, Bhopal, for admission to the MCLIS programme (“Entrance Test” means All India Written Test and Personal Interview).

Students whose results are awaited may also apply subject to the condition that by the time of admission to the Programme, the candidates should be able to produce marks sheet/pass certificate of the qualifying examination.

Seats Distribution

Category Number of Seats Category Number of Seats
Scheduled Caste (16%) 101 Scheduled Tribe (20%) 121
Other Backward Classes* (14%) 81 Unreserved 301
Supernumerary Quota (EWS) 62

*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.

Note: In addition to the above seats Five Seats are earmarked for Foreign Nationals for direct admission
without appearing in the entrance examination.

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

30 seats are horizontally reserved for women candidates (excluding supernumerary quota).

3 seats are horizontally reserved for Persons with Disability (excluding supernumerary quota).


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