No comments about the management all remarks to management are very good cant judge the management as it is law college.
The college can certainly go a long way in improving its infrastructure and standard of teaching. The exam pattern badly needs to be reformed. Most importantly the college had a space for free thinking and voicing your opinion without fear which is now shrinking.
To assist poor students scholarship is provided by the college. Especially to those students whom so ever wants to go for higher studies in the fielf of law. College gives special previlage to the students involved in innovative and extra curricular activities.Male and female student ratio is almost equal and very much diverse as such students use to appear in its entrance exam from all over the country even foreigners also appear for its entrance exam.Fee structure was quite feasible. In fact to the upcoming events being organised by the faculty team itself to regulate student interaction within them. Appearing in moot courts as well as student exchange study programs with various institute...
No bad, all good about my college and college experience. want to live those days again as that was the most happening phase of life.
The good thing is better job oriented after passing out from the college and many students are selected in the Judicial services in various states.Bad thing is the infrastructure of our college is old as compare to private law schools.
The Faculty of Law, Universty of Delhi was established in 1924. The Law Faculty is said to be one of the largest law schools in India. It was established as part of the Delhi University under the Faculty of Law. The college attracts students from every state of India and more than twenty countries of Asia, Europe, America and South Africa.
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Structure of LL.B. Entrance Exam-The Entrance Test Paper will have 175 Objective Type Questions with Multiple Choice Answers. Each question carries 4 marks and wrong answer deducts 1 marks. Generally cut off varies between 300-450 for all the three centers.
Structure of LL.M. Entrance Exam-The Test paper will consist of 175 Objective Type Questions with Multiple Choice Answers in the following areas- Constitutional Law of India, Jurisprudence, Law of Contracts (General Principles), Law of Torts, Criminal Law, Family Law of Marriage & Divorce and Public International Law (Law of Peace).
Placements: The Faculty Placement Council got tremendous response since its inception from the big corporate houses and multinational companies, leading law firms, LPOs, KPOs, NGOs and international publishers. The students got the opportunity as interns at the National Human Rights Commission, National Commission for Women, Supreme Court and High Court of Delhi, Central Information Commission, Oil and Natural Gas Commission.
National and International journal
Moot Court -Every year students of Faculty of law participated in different moot courts competitions in different law schools and it also conduct national and international level moot courts in its campus like :-
Legal Service programme -The Faculty has been running a Legal Services Programme .since the early seventies. The programme is sustained by the voluntary participation of the law students, teachers and lawyers who are inspired by the legal aid ideals.
Scholarship: The University has also received donation for institution of Sohan Lal Sethi Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship consisting of Rs. 25,000/- in cash is to be given to the students securing highest marks in LL.B. I, II, III, IV and VTerm Examination in each year.