What thrilled and amazed me on the first day of my college is its diversity. The University has students from all parts of the country. All the festivals and events are celebrated with full enthusiasm. Dionysia is the fresher’s theatre festival which is held annually by the University. The event consists of a variety of plays staged by the first-year students. The Fresher’s Talent Hunt is the event that leads up to the Fresher’s celebration and involves a display of creativity and talent from the incoming undergraduate batch. The Dandia Night earmarks the beginning of the Dusshera holidays by providing a night full of festivity and frolic. Many other festivals and events are celebrated in the same way.
National law University is not only known for its strong academic background but for its extracurricular activities too. The auditorium of the University is comparable to a mediocre movie theater. Lots of seminars are organised on varying contemporary legal topics from time to time. Associates and delegates from leading firms are invited to throw some light and for providing insight into the field and answering students' questions. Weekly movie screenings, occasional parties, internal sports tournaments, etc keep the students engaged and stress- free. The common room and gym area of the campus is amazing. The only thing that dissapoints the students about the university is the lack of sporting facilities. There is only one ground where students have to compromise with basketball, volleyball, and football. Badminton courts are uncovered.
The University has a well- managed campus with good infrastructure and hostel facilities. There are separate hostels for boys and girls where the first year students get 3 seater rooms for first 3 years. And for last 2 years they get 2 seater with attached balcony. The mess food available in the hostel is really good as compared to other colleges. The hostel has common room and gym facility too. The Common room has good facilities with the TT table and a pool board along with a Television. Also, the Hostel has 2 lifts installed in the building and there is a special provision for hot water in bathrooms along with the water cooler with R.O. Facility on each floor. Students also get a separate study table, chair.
Admission and selection of candidates in LLM course in National Law University, New Delhi is based on the All India Law Entrance Test Score. The Examination is conducted in different cities for which the application form has to be filled and submitted online on the official website of the college. It is a one year degree program and the minimum eligibility criteria to apply and get admitted to the LLM course is a degree in LLB or equivalent with minimum 55% marks in aggregate.
National Law University is a government-run university and has an excellent infrastructure with the best faculty from worldwide. Most of the faculty is permanent and good and comes from a strong background in law considering they rejected job offers from some highly reputed law firms. The teaching methodology of all the faculty members is unique and appealing which makes the daunting task of learning very easy.
Our institute was the first government school in Delhi and also it is the first university law school established in the vicinity of the Supreme court, Delhi high court and various subordinate courts commissions and tribunals. It is also rated in the top 5 law colleges in Delhi NCR.
Something that made me choose this course over others because this course helps in gaining a complete grasp of laws related to financial and commercial operations of a company. For taking admission i had given common law admission test conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. The college selected me on the basis of merit list prepared of CLAT exam
NLU is one of the Best Law Colleges in India. The University provides instruction through lectures, seminars, and tutorials. If you want to be a successful Lawyer, then National Law University is the one for you. The University has the advantage of inviting sitting and retired judges from the Supreme Court and the High Court, leading lawyers, etc.for lectures. So, so far hands down, this is the best University for the students pursuing Law’s studies.
I did a one year LLM post graduation course in Human Rights from the Noida campus. I am an admirer of law and always wanted to use my understanding of law for the benefit of humanity and people. My overall experience with Amity was awesome. The management will constantly push you towards doing something new and help you with the projects.
The institute is overall a par excellent educational hub for post graduate courses with a devout faculty and only the creme de la creme cab clear the entrance as the paper standards are beyond average intelligence.
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