Placements are very nice here. Recently we had an placement workshop for the fifth year students and few weeks back, Tata AIG, visited our college for canpus recruitments and some students did get the jobs with decent packages and there are some with very great salary packages, but at the end getting a good paid job totally depends on you, a college can only provide you a platform in which they're good.
As a first year student, I haven't interned anywhere yet, because of some personal issues, but I heard from some of my friends that they got recommendation letters from college which helped them bag an internship with some good NGOs and law firms and they got the stipend also which was around 6-8k.
About half the students prefer giving placements a miss in favour of higher studies, but a number of law firms come to the college anyway to offer jobs. Sometimes, Supreme Court judges also visit to see the quality of students on offer. Internships are given importance here as well, and the college helps students secure good firms for them.
College has an internship cell where students has to register themselves and during summer and winter vacation college recommend student to a different firms,ngo etc to have internship some firm provide stipend also.
I was placed from my college even before my final exams. I got a very good job as in the industry and current economical situation of the country. I joined the company right after my final exams and worked with same for almost 2 years. The teachers were very helpful and are dedicated to place all the students.
Being a law college, students choose their own internships as they choose different fields in law. For example corporate law, criminal law and civil law, income tax law and human rights law.
One of the placement cell is provided to us by the college and the students are requested to show the certificate of the internship which they have done and then they are been taught that who to deal with the people in the interview and the what should they do to qualify the interview.
Yes we have provided with the internship cell where there are many internship which is recommended by our college to us. If we talk about the stipend the students which are willing to learn are least interested in the stipend but the stipend is provided to the students who have pass the 3rd of the course and the stipend depends on the firm which has hired you.
The placement and job options are not great but satisfactory. I passed out some 2 years ago so I believe the system might have improved. I didn't opt for the college placement at that time as the salary was too low. Overall, the students are given a fair chance to apply for the jobs and internships.
The college does not provide internship but facilitates it for the students studying in the college. The college has a legal and internship cell which helps students to get jobs and internships while studying and after completion of course as well.
For the people interested in Corporate Jobs, New Law College has some nice Multi National Companies, Law Firms etc. Many of the famous insurance companies like TATA AIG, Bajaj Allianz are the regular visitors to this college for their national placements.
Actually speaking I never researched for any internships as my area of interest has remained diverged. But the placement cell of the college, assists the students getting joined at finest possible interns.
Placements are quite decent in our college and the opportunities are quite good. Though people get a decent packages but good firms can give you a rwally good experience. It has always been a well known fact that each and every person has to struggle for 2 3 years, which is a must for every oerson as this is how he will learn so do not only depend upon college placements, look out for jobs on your own too, perform well during internships to get a PPO.
Frankly no companies came to our college for internship offers, this is what i have seen so far to be honest one has to apply for internship in order to secure the areas of interest personally i did internships in almost all fields of law till 3rd year and after that i decided to go for a particular fiels in which i can nurture and go without any doubt in my mind.
The overall placement is average haven't heard of many people getting placed through college. As far as know, it is not very active. However, since last year the principal has shown interest in he placement cell and things have started to look good since.
Yes my college does have a internship and placement cell. Many companies such as Delloitte, Marie, Britannia etc came. Being a law firm, it mainly attracts law firms such as Kochhar & co., Vaish associates, Dua Associates, etc.
I don't know much about placements from out college but as far as i have heard, it's not something to rely upon for a final year student.
I have completed 5 internships of which 2 of them were in the Supreme court and Delhi High Court, respectively the others were in law firms, Kochhar & Co. (Delhi) and twice in Vaish Associates (Delhi) when at the other places no stripend was awarded, Vaish was generous in this matter we were given about INR 2500 for a 30 day internship.
New law college have tied up with so many reputable companies like hdfc bank, ICICI Bank, Microsoft company all that.
My first internship with my friend and that was very good and very knowledgeable for me.