yes. the fee structure is feasible.
the courses of llb is one of the greatest course in this scenario . when the ever any dispute arises there is need for judiciary and lawyers are the one who know the law very well. in fact the judiciary and judges are made after this course. so according to me this course is very meaningful for me
Feasible just 5300 for year i don't think it is expensive for anyone it is for the whole year you have to just study here most important thing even books are also provided by the faculty to you in the form of case mat and other relevant material us provided to you from library as it has huge library to serve need of the students.
Basically law course in itself is are search programme here you have to just make readings according to previous cases and to attend various debates and court proceeding to analyse their activities and to groom accordingly. You have to do this course to be in judicial system of the country.
The fee is around Rs. 5000 to 6000 per semester with examination fee. A student can complete his three year LL.B in Rs. 22000. however if you have got hostel facility you will have to pay for that also which is something around Rs. 35000 (approx) for one year including lodging and fooding.
Being a government institution the fee structure is fairly reasonable for students from every strata of society. The annual fees ( 2 semesters combined) is never more than 5k-6k for general category students & relaxations are given to other category students. The annual fees does not include the examination fees which is around 1k.
The college focuses more on case based studies. The entire course revolves around teaching various concepts of law along with various cases picked up by a group of teachers. As for research, the students are discouraged to participate in activities, moot courts, etc. but none of it is officially a part of the curriculum.
Fee structure our of our college is cheapest in the whole country with respect to LLB. Fees is only 5200 rupees per year which is much less than lakhs paid by students in private colleges. Moreover this fees contains examination fees and course material fees also.
Course curriculum is of 3 years divided into 6 semesters. Each semester one student has to study 5 subjects. In first year all subjects are compulsory to study whereas in second and third year student has a choice to choose one subject of his own choice.
As being under the central university, Delhi University and its college is not that much expensive. 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 institutes was quite interesting and college use to help by monetary basis too.
The course structure is very much supportive if i take it in sense or with a focus on research in the field of Legal research as well as in the field of Legal profession. Syllabus is quite descriptive touching and covering almost at most every concepts about law and order.
It is not expensive. fee was 4000 per year for the academics except the hostel charge, Hostel charge was 3000 per month at that time.
Course curriculum was outstanding with moot court facility for the students in final years. Semester was applied for the curriculum and total 30 papers are to be studied. The project work and the practical training in clinical legal paper was must.
Being a central university under government of India, the fee structure was feasible and even the poor students who doesn't have much facilities with them could afford to study here.
Course curriculum was as per the need and understanding capacity of the students. The easy and interesting subjects were taught in earlier semesters and complicated subjects were introduced in the later semesters.
Fee structure is feasible if u qualify the LL.B entrance test of the College.Fees is around 10k per annum. Excluding accomodation.If u secure under 100 rank u will get hostel which is really cheap and great food.
3 Years Degree Course. Contains 6 Semesters. Five Subjects in each semester Munimum passing marks required 45% in every subject. Moot courts competetion conducting every year in the month of Jan. K.K Luthra Memorial moot court competition.
The fees structure of the college is the cheapest among all good law colleges. We have a heavily subsidized fee structure because of the assistance from the Central Government. The annual fees is Rs. 10,000/- and the various other fees come around to Rs. 5,000/-
The curriculum of our course has been rated as one of the best all over India. And even now the course is going for an upgradation in order to keep up with the ever changing trends in the field of law. Our college is known to be one of the most intellectual and knowledgeable colleges. Thus we can see 60% of the judges in Delhi HC are from our college. Even the faculty of our college is one of the most impressive and are respected the world over. However, now due to a freeze in the recruitment policy of DU, we haven't been able to attract quality professors who are getting employed in the NLUs.