Yes the college provides a compulsory internship from supreme court of India for all the final year students stipend is provided on the basis of performance of the student concerned before final year, it's up to the discretion of student to do internship from any legal forum or NGO which he/she selects.
It's a matter of honour that many alumni got selection In judiciary and civil services this year in 2015 though the performance got little down as just 10-15 students qualified these exams otherwise every year about 40 students for sure submit their potential in these most reputated exams.
Faculty of law aligarh muslim university is truly a lawyer's hub with well qualified teaching staff and an elaborate semester system it provides everything that is enough for academics as well as for competitive exams undutably self study is a must the Mo
The faculty of law aligarh muslim university is surely a recognized and well reputated law college of India.It's recent rank is 5th in all over India the management of the college is good though not perfect certain things e.g- the building of the college
The fee structure is very much feasible just 10 thousand INR per year though the hostel charges are separate but they too are quite affordable as the college is a part of central university so the dues are immensely affordable.
Many scholarships are schemed for the students students can take the benefit of scholarships provided by central as well as state government the University too provides many scholarship schemes.
Yes the college provides campus placement this year in 2015 about 45 final year students out of 100 got placement through the capmus others were unwilling as they wanted to go for higher studies so it's like almost most of the eligible and deserving students got campus placement their were many companies came to campus like wipro and many more I don't exactly remember.
I was basically aspiring for MBBS but along with it Law was my second preference as I easily got admission in law i opted it without thinking much as I was already interested i scored 54 marks out of 100 in law entrance exam as I honestly had no such preparation for it entrance exam for law is based on general knowledge and mental aptitude test so if your base is clear and knowledge is good it becomes easy for you to crack it.
Moot court comepetitions are organized every year in the beginning of the year 2015 the college organized an all India Moot Court Competition in which colleges from all across India took participation with great enthusiasm seminars and group discussions too held many foreign dignitaries approached the college inorder to enlighten their motivation and spirit the college organizes various extra curricular competitions and the awards for the same are distributed at the Annual function every year.