# NALSAR University of Law (NALSAR), Hyderabad Scholarships

Hyderabad (Telangana) Estd : 1998 Approved by : UGC, BCI Type : Private

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## Scholarship

• To be eligible to apply for Scholarship, a candidate should have:
1. 60% of marks in the 10+2 examination, in the case of first year students; and a minimum CGPA of 4.00, in case of all other students; and
2. The annual Income of the parents should not exceed Rs. 4,50,000/- p.a.
• Scholarship shall be awarded to the students based on the criteria of merit-cummeans. The eligible candidates shall be shortlisted based on a point-based system, wherein the weightage given to merit shall be 60 percent and calculated based on the CGPA, and that given to means shall be 40 percent and calculated based on the Income, which shall be computed in the manner hereinafter provided:

(i) Calculation of points for merit: The CGPA scale shall range from 4.00 to 8.00.A CGPA of 8.00 shall be deemed to be 100 points on the CGPA scale. Thereafter, every decrease in CGPA by 0.10 from 8.00 would amount to a decrease of 2.5 points on the CGPA scale. For computing the points for merit for first year students, the scale shall range between 100 percent to 60 percent. A percentage of 100 will correspond to 100 marks on the merit scale. Thereafter, every decrease in percentage of 1 shall amount to a decrease in 2.5 points on the merit scale.

Explanation: For the purpose of computing the Points for CGPA provided above, every fractional decrease in the CGPA below 8.00 will lead to a proportional decrease in the points.

Illustration: CGPA of 7.9 would equal 97.5 points on the CGPA scale. CGPA of 4.1 would equal 2.5 points on the CGPA scale.

(ii) Calculation of Points for means: The Range of the Income scale shall be Rs. 2,00,000/- p.a. to Rs. 4,50,000/- p.a. The base Income will be Rs. 2,00,000/- p.a. which shall correspond to 100 points on the Income scale. Thereafter every increase in Income of Rs. 25,000 from the base Income will amount to a decrease in the points by 10. Income below Rs. 2,00,000/- p.a. shall correspond to 100 points on the Income scale.

Illustration:

- Income of Rs. 2,25,000 would equal 90 points on the Income scale. Page 5 of 7

- Income of Rs 4,25,000 would equal 10 points on the Income scale.

(iii) The points gained on the Income scale and the points gained on the merit scale will then be multiplied by the respective weightage given to them as mentioned in 4.2 to arrive at the total points

Illustration:

- 60 points on the Income scale x 40 percent = 24 points; 40 points on the merit scale x 60 percent = 24 points; Total Points = 24+24 = 48 points.

- 20 points on the Income scale x 40 percent = 8 points; 80 points on the merit scale x 60 percent = 48 points; Total Points = 8+48 = 56 points.

• The Scholarship may extend to 50 percent of the tuition fee but shall not be less than 30 percent. The Scholarship shall be granted for one semester only and the same shall be extended for the next semester in the academic year, provided the candidate obtains a minimum of 4.00 CGPA out of 8.00 in the semester in which fee concession is availed.

## Scholarship

• To be eligible to apply for Scholarship, a candidate should have:
1. 60% of marks in aggregate in LL.B. / B.L. or an equivalent degree (a minimum CGPA of 4.00 in the first year LL.M. in case of students of second year LL.M. in the academic year 2013 – 14); and
2. The annual Income of the parents should not exceed Rs. 4,50,000/- p.a.
• Scholarship shall be awarded to the students based on the criteria of merit-cummeans. The eligible candidates shall be shortlisted based on a point-based system, wherein the weightage given to merit shall be 60 percent and calculated based on the CGPA, and that given to means shall be 40 percent and calculated based on the Income, which shall be computed in the manner hereinafter provided:

(i) Calculation of Points for merit: For computing the points for merit, the scale shall range between 100 percent to 60 percent. A percentage of 100 will correspond to 100 marks on the merit scale. Thereafter, every decrease in percentage of 1 shall amount to a decrease in 2.5 points on the merit scale. In case of students of second year LL.M. in the academic year 2013 – 14, the CGPA scale shall range from 4.00 to 8.00. A CGPA of 8.00 shall correspond to 100 points on the CGPA scale. Thereafter, every decrease in CGPA by 0.10 from 8.00 would amount to a decrease of 2.5 points on the CGPA scale.

Explanation: For the purpose of computing the Points for CGPA provided above, every fractional decrease in the CGPA below 8.00 will lead to a proportional decrease in the points.

Illustration: CGPA of 7.9 would equal 97.5 points on the CGPA scale. CGPA of 4.1 would equal 2.5 points on the CGPA scale.

(ii) Calculation of Points for means: The Range of the Income scale shall be Rs. 2,00,000/- p.a. to Rs. 4,50,000/- p.a. The base Income will be Rs. 2,00,000/- p.a. which shall correspond to 100 points on the Income Page 5 of 7 scale. Thereafter every increase in Income of Rs. 25,000 from the base Income will amount to a decrease in the points by 10. Income below Rs. 2,00,000/- p.a. shall correspond to 100 points on the Income scale.

Illustration:

- Income of Rs. 2,25,000 would equal 90 points on the Income scale.

- Income of Rs 4,25,000 would equal 10 points on the Income scale.

(iii) The points gained on the Income scale and the points gained on the merit scale will then be multiplied by the respective weightage given to them as mentioned in 4.2 to arrive at the total points

Illustration:

- 60 points on the Income scale x 40 percent = 24 points; 40 points on the merit scale x 60 percent = 24 points; Total Points = 24+24 = 48 points.

- 20 points on the Income scale x 40 percent = 8 points; 80 points on the merit scale x 60 percent = 48 points; Total Points = 8+48 = 56 points.

• The Scholarship may extend to 50 percent of the tuition fee but shall not be less than 30 percent. The Scholarship shall be granted for one semester only and the same shall be extended for the next semester in the academic year, provided the candidate obtains a minimum of 4.00 CGPA out of 8.00 in the semester in which fee concession is availed.

## MBA Scholarship

• To be eligible to apply for Scholarship, a candidate should have:
1. 60% of marks in aggregate in graduation or an equivalent degree (a minimum CGPA of 3.00 in the first year M.B.A. in case of students of second year M.B.A.).
2. The annual Income of the parents should not exceed Rs. 4,50,000/- p.a.
• Scholarship shall be awarded to the students based on the criteria of merit-cummeans. The eligible candidates shall be shortlisted based on a point-based system, wherein the weightage given to merit shall be 60 percent and calculated based on the CGPA, and that given to means shall be 40 percent and calculated based on the Income, which shall be computed in the manner hereinafter provided:

(i) Calculation of Points for merit: For computing the points for merit, the scale shall range between 100 percent to 60 percent. A percentage of 100 will correspond to 100 marks on the merit scale. Thereafter, every decrease in percentage of 1 shall amount to a decrease in 2.5 points on the merit scale. In case of students of second year M.B.A., the CGPA scale shall range from 3.00 to 10.00. A CGPA of 10.00 shall correspond to 98.2 points on the CGPA scale. Thereafter, every decrease in CGPA by 0.10 from 10.00 would amount to a decrease of 1.4 points on the CGPA scale.

Explanation: For the purpose of computing the Points for CGPA provided above, every fractional decrease in the CGPA below 10.00 will lead to a proportional decrease in the points.

Illustration: CGPA of 9.9 would equal 96.8 points on the CGPA scale. CGPA of 3.1 would equal 1.4 points on the CGPA scale.

(ii) Calculation of Points for means: The Range of the Income scale shall be Rs. 2,00,000/- p.a. to Rs. 4,50,000/- p.a. The base Income will be Rs. 2,00,000/- p.a. which shall correspond to 100 points on the Income scale. Thereafter every increase in Income of Rs. 25,000 from the base Page 5 of 7 Income will amount to a decrease in the points by 10. Income below Rs. 2,00,000/- p.a. shall correspond to 100 points on the Income scale.

Illustration:

- Income of Rs. 2,25,000 would equal 90 points on the Income scale.

- Income of Rs 4,25,000 would equal 10 points on the Income scale.

(iii) The points gained on the Income scale and the points gained on the merit scale will then be multiplied by the respective weightage given to them as mentioned in 4.2 to arrive at the total points

Illustration:

- 60 points on the Income scale x 40 percent = 24 points; 40 points on the merit scale x 60 percent = 24 points; Total Points = 24+24 = 48 points.

- 20 points on the Income scale x 40 percent = 8 points; 80 points on the merit scale x 60 percent = 48 points; Total Points = 8+48 = 56 points.

• The Scholarship may extend to 50 percent of the tuition fee but shall not be less than 30 percent. The Scholarship shall be granted for one semester only and the same shall be extended for the next semester in the academic year, provided the candidate obtains a minimum of 3.00 CGPA out of 10.00 in the semester in which fee concession is availed.

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### Contact Details of NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad

• Contact No:
+91-40-23498200 , +91-40-23498400
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• Website:
http://www.nalsar.ac.in/
Post Box No.1, Justice City, Shameerpet, R.R. District, Hyderabad - 500101, Telangana.

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