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As the college is a private university the fee structure is comparatively high if compared to a Govt. College. Still the facilities provided in the college are way beyond what one can expect in any Govt. colleges. The course that I opted for costed me Rs. 5 Lac. According to me I think that's decent enough to gain a degree from a prestigious university.
The course is pretty well versed, as all the required subjects are included in the court. There were about 45 different types of laws that one had to study in accordance to clear the course. furthermore they also have other subjects included in the course that offers a better understanding of the society such as Economics, Sociology, etc.
Expensive but the law school gives concessions to the ward of ex servicemen, sc,st and backward classes students. But yes its fees is little too high.
Our fees is 2 lacks per semester. Being a law course it is expensive and if a person is getting a late admission or has got less marks he has to pay 3 lacks per year which is a lot every year it increases by 10 thousand we have to pay fees every semester which is 1 lack a semester
Our course and curriculum is really good though we have some extra things that we dont need in a law degree such as electives and a foreign language. Our teachers are mostly very young so not that experienced.
One of the cheapest Law Schools in India with only 72 K per annum as fees. It is very feasible. The campus is great with best of infrastructure.
The course is made by the IP university. IP university has strict rules and regulations relating to the curriculum. It is easy to get marks in externals (conducted by university) than Internals (conducted by college).The curriculum is great though it does not include any foreign languages but it focuses more on the core subjects related to law.
Fee structure is affordable here. For first year the fees is 71,200 then 66,200 for next 3years and then 56,200 in final year. Law education in India is not cheap Most of thr Government institutions charge Approx 2 lacs per annum. In such scenario fews at amity is quite affordable.
Course curriculum of this university is as according to the requirements of corporate sector. Students are made to learn both theory and practical aspects of legal education. subject syllabus are very vast and they train students with the difficulties of this area. The bad part comes for me as being a science student in senior secondary classes I have to study history but thank God it is limited to only 2 semesters. Rest of the subjects are quite interesting.
Fee structure is definitely affordable. Law study has become now very expensive. The government law colleges in India takes fees more than 1.5 lacks per annum but Amity law school Delhi, instead of being a private college it takes Rs. 71200 for first year then from second years it keeps on decreasing.
Fees of Amity law school is quite affordable. For first year it is 71,200 and then it keeps on decreasing every year for next three years it is 66,200. And then in fifth year the fees is 56000.
Course curriculum is as per latest requirement of law firms. The syllabus is more practical than theoretical.