I am studying in this college since 2017. This is my final year of LLB. I chose this course due to my passion towards the law and justice. The eligibility for studying the course is pass mark in the graduation and must clear AP-LAWCET exam which is mandatory. The selection is based purely on merit. The college office bearers will assist you throughout the admission process.
To my better knowledge and close associations with the seniors i could say that more than 50% of students studied in the college got placements all over India and mostly within the state. And also 80% if the students got internships which included both paid and unpaid projects.
The eligiblity criteria for LLB is the successful completion of graduation along with AP LAWCET. While the eligiblity criteria for BA LLB includes successful completion of plus two along with AP LAWCET. And LLB is the minimum qualification of LLM course.
Sri Venkateswara College of Law does have a placement cell. And also the right academic guidance from the college helps in securing job as legal advisors for government and corporate companies or even to practice as lawyers.
The college admissions are done via the AP LAWCET Exam. This is the common exam for all law courses across andhra pradesh. The scores from the entrance test and 12th standard exams are taken into consideration for admission.
The college has a placement cell that helps students find a job. There are plenty of career opportunities for law graduates. The college has 70% placement record and most of them are placed on leading companies like TCS and Infosys.
All the admissions are done via the entrance examination AP-LAWCET which is the common entrance exam across Andhra Pradesh. Along with the 12th standard exams, the entrance exam scores are taken into consideration for admission.
There is a placement cell in the college that takes care of finding jobs for the students. The college has a very good record of placing 70% of the students in the last academic year. There are many job opportunities for law graduates.