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Deciding to choose the Faculty of the Law University of Delhi was a good decision as a student one can get all the facilities which are important for the studies. A well-stablished library supporting faculty, and a great environment for students. Fee Structure is extremely affordable as one can complete the course in Rs.30000. Faculty are well trained and have a reputation in an aura of academics. Exams are very regular in law faculty. Faculty to students all take it seriously. As the course is based on case laws and bare act it is possible to pass the exam easily but securing first division is very tough. Needs full dedication and hard work.
I always want to be a lawyer, that’s why I choose this course. the student ratio of my college is up to the mark and later I came to know that there is lots of good politics and lawyers belong to my college, the pattern of the exams is very good and easy to understand
Law is something every citizen must be aware with as the maxim says Ignorantia Juris Non-Excusat which means ignorance of the law excuses no one, so it's better to be aware of the same. Secondly, it offers plenty of opportunities for a young graduate to pursue law as a bright career opportunity. The legal profession is a noble profession earning lots of respect as well as $. Law faculty has a favourable ratio of boys and girls of all ages but the ratio of third gender (LGBTQ) needs to be encouraged. Faculty members are understanding and encouraging and most importantly about teaching is that the Law Faculty of Delhi University is known for its unique teaching methodology. It's case material specially handcrafted by the professor's of the FACULTY OF LAW, DU provides a rich and precise study material which students used to preserve for their future reference too.
The course is well structured all the subject taught in the course are very important and are realted to law field only the exam are conducted semesterly a paper of 100marks of each subject is conducted and passing marks are 45 in each subject
Exam structure is devided in 2 types like internal and external internal exam taken by college and questions are also prepared by college and the final exam questions paper is prepared by the University.
The course curriculum is fantastic. The faculty is really helpful and they always focus on practical knowledge rather than bookish knowledge, as it is a professional course. The university gives free hard copy of study material to each student that makes the faculty of law, Delhi University, the best in the field. The exam pattern is semester wise there are five subjects in each semester. Each exam is of 100 marks and one have to score 45 to pass the exam. Further one have to pass atleast 5 exam papers out of 10 each year to get promoted to next year. There are various socities like legal aid society, moot court society, drama society, etc. Overall, the course curriculum is well maintained.
Online mode of payment is accepted by University. Flexible payment method. Online on the website of university. Fees charges are not too much because it is central government owned university. This college is the part of University of Delhi. All fees mode is online
With the help of the college teachers teaching way i got too much knowledge too full fill my. Dreams. Many extraordinary events by legal faces deliver for thr better future for the students. I want to be a lawyer now it all comes true because of this college.
The fee of the college is ridiculously cheap as compared to various private institutions providing similar facilities and the same level of teaching. The average fee is around ?5000 to ?6000 a year. Apart from that, a fee of ?1800-2200 is charged in every odd semester which includes examination fee, case material fee, library charges, etc. The fee has to be paid through online mode after your admission is secured by getting all your original documents verified by the faculty. The fee break-up is available on the college website.
The curriculum of the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi is considered to be one of the best in the country. This has been widely accepted by eminent jurists and great law professors. That is the reason why eight of the sitting judges in the Supreme Court of India are alumnus of this college. Learning is imparted through Bare Acts and through Case Materials. Both of them comprehend each other. The course material of this college has been accepted and recognised as the best set of cases in any faculty of law in the country. There are 6 semesters in total with 2 semesters in each year. In the first year, 5 subjects are taught in each semester, all being core subjects. In the second year, 6 subjects are taught with a combination of core subjects(4) and elective(1) and open subjects(1). In the final year, 6 subjects are taught in the fifth semester and five in the sixth/final semester. Exams are conducted for each semester. The examination is of 100 marks and includes 5 questions for which you get a total of 3 hours. Since most of the law facilities in the country are partly regulated by the Bar Council of India, internal assessments are not conducted in the faculty. Apart from this, 60% attendence has been made strictly mandatory for appearing in the final written examinations. The curriculum has been designed keeping in mind the requirements of litigation and judicial examinations. The cases are regularly updated to include the most landmark judgements of the Supreme Court and various High Courts. The faculty also conducts Moot Court Competitions, has a Legal Services Society, and a Legal Aid Clinic among many other extra-curricular activities. The faculty conducts frequent court visits, parliament visits and also has a Placement and Internship Committee.
Our college fee structure is feasible Our program fee is 7500 per year in other word 7500 for 2 semester Total fee is 22500 Mode of payment - Payment accepted by college is online Including our medical fee 250 per semester No extra charges for secure admission Yes, the college provide transparency in the fee- breakdown.
Fee Structure And Facilities Its feasible it was around 97000 approx. to complete your whole MBA IN FINANCE. Campus Life I learned a lot in my two years with the department of management studies and made a lot of new friends and the live studies was the best thing that we couldn't get anywhere it was overall a great and memorable experience and fun being here. Exam Structure Exam structure is nice and place is cool and calm a three hrs theoretical but lengthy paper is conducted in the campus only and a tight surveillance is being there to ensure that no wrong means and things could happen fairly and without any unfair means. Course Curriculum Overview The course structure is tough and nice too there are many new things which we have never acquainted with if we would not have opt for this research methodology quantitative techniques corporate restructuring and personality developments were my favorite subject and were interesting too.AS i said our teachers were really helpful and we never felt that anything is hard to absorb and learn because of them only and because of their concept clearing idiology.
The fee structure of the program is 25000 per semester and around 2000 rupees University fees every year so summing up it's 27000 per year that is is there are 10 semester. Making the whole course free around 270000. But the fees to be paid thourough Bank or by cheque every 6 month.
The course is integrated. That is its a 5 year course. B.com LLB. There are possibility of in campus placement. there are educational tours to parliament amd state legislature house ect. There is one day tour for refreshments. There are journal release every year with a year in legal field.
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