Which is better for a BA LLB: Jamia or AMU?

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Yashmeet Grover Mar 1, 2021

Between Jamia and AMU, AMU is the preferable choice. The only drawback of AMU, as a law college, is its location. It is situated in a semi-urban area. This constricts the sea of opportunities that can come along the way if they were located in a completely urban area.

Despite the locational disadvantages, you should keep AMU as your first choice. Here are the reasons why.

AMU:

Culture:

It has a distinctive culture, unlike any other college.

Faculty:

The professors appointed have years of experience, they are one of the oldest members among the multiple law colleges across the globe.

Ranking:

In recent years the ranking for AMU for Law is as follows.

  • 13th for LAW by NIRF’20
  • 11th for LAW by Indiatoday’20
  • 8th for Law by Indiatoday’19

JMI:

Coming to Jamia, the first problematic area of this college is the lack of dorm facilities. Students face, consistently, hostel-related issues. Unlike AMU, Jamia doesn’t have a distinguishable culture on campus, which equals dull campus life.

The courses offered by Jamia are as follows. 

  • Five years integrated BA LLB course
  • Four semester LLM course in three different streams i.e. personal law, criminal law, corporate law.
  • Ph.D. program.

The scoring of Jamia, based on different aspects is -

  • Reputation- 11
  • Academic input- 12
  • Student care- 11
  • Infrastructure- 12
  • Placements- 13
  • Perceptual rank- 12
  • Factual rank (2020)- 9 (NIRF)

Therefore, from the above discussion of facts, it is safe to say AMU should be the first choice.

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