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College fees is very reasonable. For students who are from upper castes, it is inr 7000 per year. For students who are from sc/st categories it is INR 300 per year. College hostels are provided and the accodamation and charges for the hostels are also very reasonable.
Superb academic and practical experience. Due to the college timings, I have interned for 23 months while studying in college itself. Hence got a placement right after graduation in a reputed financial institution. It was a great college overall and ranked amomgst the best in india and oldest in Asia.
very feasible and easy to pay the payment was to be made in 6 months and the students were never forced to pay on time. there was a penalty of 100 rs if there was a delayed payment for more than 1 month which could be pardoned if an application was made.
It was more of theory later it became practical the internship program helps a student gain practical knowledge about the area of specialisation. it was an great professional learning experience that mergers the professional and theoritcal knowledge.
Fees structure very low. Commen scedule was an yearly 1500 fees and sc st category fees was an 500. But a scholarship was an 3000 and a 18000. And the book was an purchase outside. Max yearly book expenses six thousand maximum. Boom its a good friend and llife time using.
Its a life usefull course. Exam was an 6 semester. But very diffucult pass an all over subject in tamilnadu. Because your answer is an accurued and the mark scored. You college 90 percebtage but law is impossible. Becaz that eaxm was difficult question.
As it is govt. college so fees is low and quite affordable. It it approximately 6000 for each year which is to be paid in 2 installments. At the time of admission 1st installment in that according to university norms there is different fees structure according to categories and 2nd installment is to be paid as exam fees when university will issue the notification for exam form.
It is a professional degree course having a vast career scope. It is a thouree years course and there are 10 subjects in each year including 1 practical subject. Exam curriculum is according to the terms of university (MDSU). Maximum marks for each subject is 100 and one must get 36 marks for passing the subject and aggregate 49% for passing overall.
The fees structure are quite good and very affordable, it is only 360rs for the reserved category and 6000 for the aided admission of open category. There are also non-aided classes in government law college.
The course is quite interesting, the first two years are about basic legal knowledge and the history of legal field from pre independence to post independence how our legal system is involved we get to learn. Teaching faculty is great so it is kinda chill atmosphere in our college. The exam pattern is a semester pattern of 100 marks written tests and no internal or external marks.
The fee structure is as subsidized as it can be. Being a government college we have to pay a very nominal amount as our fees. Which can be easily afforded by the person aiming to join the college. Fees for general category non aided is -12000 (approx) per year. Fees for general category aided 5500 (approx) per year.
The course structure is really designed as per the student and its good and we have semester ending exams twice a year and during our free time we are allowed to participate in various debates, moot court competitions in and out the college and we also get ample time to gain physical experience outside the college by interning.
The fee structure of the college is feasible since the students are getting professional courses At lower prices in the government college. The main tag of government here makes the fees to be ignored.
It's a 5 year integrated course in the field of law. The student have to give 10 semesters in these 5 years and a total of 30 internals including- presentation, written, and assignments as well. At every 6 months 1semester gets completed.
Its fees is very nominal for first year fees is just 1200/- rupees and staff are also humble they do not charge any other extra amount and do work on time and co operate with students feasible and each n every section of society student can afford this
It's a best course if you are a justice like then you must come to this course you have both options if you want to render your service in govt. As well as in private sector also you can do further studies to become judge
The fees of our college is i Believe is the cheapest law college in India. It is approximately 1000 a month and 4000 including mess and hostel. And at a place like Mumbai this is like a wish to study in such pocket frndly place.
I am pursuing blsllb course right now. The curriculum is decent. As the college follows the curriculum by mumbai University that's why it is a bit outdated yet decent.overall the curriculum for the course is okay.
Though it is Government college fees are very nominal It is very less than the other private colleges.. for category students it is 320 rs. and for the open category, it is 800.which is affordable for anyone. Also, you'll get a scholarship so fees may be recovered from the same.
The whole syllabus is based on the law relating theory subjects as well as one practical subject in every year.The course structure is really good...not so the hectic..study material is available in bookstores. lectures are regular in college also you can get study material in the library as well. You'll also have an elective subject in a final year. Focus more on knowledge rather than the course.
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