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

1 Answer

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.



It has a distinctive culture, unlike any other college.


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


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


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.