HNLU faculty strength up by 80% & Faculty Gender Ratio of 40:60 highest among National Law Schools in The Country.

Hidayatullah National  Law University recruited 23 new faculty in June/July 2021 increasing its current faculty strength by around 80%. The premier Law University is ranked in  the top 10 nationally by various surveys and also ranked 51-100 among the World’s Universities with Real Impact (WURI) Ranking in Crisis management and 201-300 among the World’s Universities with Real Impact. HNLU has recently has transformed itself in physical infrastructure and human resources quotient.

The University has added  4 new Professors (currently total 5), 6 Associate Professors (currently total 7) 18 Assistant Professors (currently a total of 42 ) with 54 faculties of which 47 are from Law and 7 are from social sciences .  The new recruitment is an increase of 79.31 percent in this academic year.

Currently 15 Alumni of HNLU having UG/PG/PhD degrees are faculty which is the highest for any National Law School in India. The women faculty number around 20 (37.03%) compared to 34 Male faculty (62.96%) amounting to a ratio of 20:34.  A total of 30 Faculty have a Ph.D. and the average teaching experience is 8.42 years with a median age of 36.3 years and drawn from 14 states of the Country. The current faculty = student ratio stands at 1: 18.46.

The University caters its 50% of 900 + UG seats and 60 + LL. M. Seats under domicile category of State of Chhattisgarh and has 59 % reservation for OBCs (14%) SC (13%) and ST (32%- highest in the country) in the domicile quota as per State regulations. The University also has 8 seats for NRI category, 2 seats for Foreign Nationals, 5% seats are reserved horizontally for Specially Abled Persons (SAP) at All India level according to The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016, 5% seats are  reserved horizontally for the Specially Abled Persons (SAP) and 3% Seats are reserved horizontally for Dependents of Freedom Fighters (DFF) category of candidates belonging to the State of Chhattisgarh only, 5 for Wards of Kashmiri Migrants and 2 for Students from Jammu & Kashmir.

Prof. (Dr.) V. C. Vivekanandan, Vice Chancellor of HNLU observed, “HNLU as a public University has enhanced its diversity quotient in all aspects and will strive to further such objectives in the coming years. The school believes in the real impact quotient of creating a vibrant space for diversity and work-life balance.”

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