Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur to receive permanent campus

Patricia Alphonso Nov 25, 2019 0

The State Cabinet sanctioned Rs. 200 crore to Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Nagpur for the construction of its new and permanent campus in Waranga, Nagpur about 12 kilometres from Nagpur Airport .

For developing its Permanent Campus, MNLU has been allotted a total plot area of 60 acres. The proposed project involves the construction of an Administration Building, Academic Building, Boys Hostel, Girls Hostel & Staff Housing.

Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Nagpur is at present functioning from a rented premise of around 38,000 sq. ft. builtup area in Moraj Design and Decorator building on Wardha Road near Khapri, Nagpur and will shift to its permanent campus by 2021.

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