There are no negative remarks since the college has just given me good memories and quality education. I am proud to be an alumina of Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, DU. The teachers, education, extra curricular activities everything is on mark.
Exams occur on a semester basis i. e. twice a year so it wasnt that hectic. The course structure covers all the areas of law which should actually and practically be there in an ideal syllabus. No area of law was left untouched.
We are required to internships but they are to be found on their own atleast till the time I studied there we had to search on our own. Placements and job opportunities are decent. The college gets companies and firms to recruit from the college.
Not many cultural events and festivals are celebrated since it is more of a professional studies college. Few events like Alumini meet and fest are celebrated. Participation is great as students from different colleges participate.
The fee structure is not at all expensive. Since it is a government institution the fee structure is really really feasible. The maximum fees for one semester is approx. Rs. 8 - 9k which is actually very affordable.
I did not take any such facility. I know of concession in fee which is provided to students under certain categories such as SC, ST, OBC, physically handicapped, students from army background etc but apart from that I have no knowledge.
Gender ratio is pretty good. Since nowadays girls are actually allowed and promoted to study law the gender ratio is much better than what it used to be. Extracurricular activities included Moot court competitions, National conferences by high level dignitaries, Social interactions with jails, human right groups, ngos etc.
The college seniors are very helpful and they should actually be interacted with because they can prove to be of great help. They have more experience, more contacts and knowledge so they are in better position to guide you then anyone else. I particulary had a college senior who helped me during all the 3 years with moot courts, studies, internships.
There is an entrance exam to get into the Faculty of Law, DU which I cleared and got admission. It is the best college for 3yr LL. B. degree and so I had to study from the best and decided to prepare for it.
The faculty of the college is amazing. It is best college because of its highly qualified faculty. The teachers are ready to teach and answer queries even after the classes and during break time. The cooperation and support provided is what makes them different.
We are provided with various other amazing facilities. Our campus is totally ragging free campus. All the classrooms are air conditioned and the teaching process is done with modern techniques. We get 24 hours free Internet and a central library with daily magazines, newspapers ,journals and many more.
It is close to my home. The main campus is the best the University has to offer. The fees are reasonable due to it being a State run University. And the fact that I didn't do particularly well in CLAT or AILET.
One thing that is common to almost all the public educational institutions is that they have good faculty members and bad administration. It is somewhat similar for the faculty of law. The teachers are more than great but when it comes to the administration it may be a little troublesome. Generally the problem arises in the delay in getting ID cards, case materials, library cards, examination forms, admit cards and so on. But this isn't much of a trouble since there are helpful seniors who are always there to help you. Also, the people in administration are also not so rude and are pretty student friendly. My overall impression of this college being myself a first year student is much more better than I expected it to be. The faculty has great facilities especially in the new building called the Umang Bhawan (for Law Center 1 and 2). It has elevators, spacious classrooms, a seperate moot court hall, parking facility, canteen, and a huge open space in the backside.
I had to write the AILET examination for getting admissions into this college, I scored well in both the exam and my boards, I was shortlisted based on those two marks and was called for admission process. I applied online for the course after my results came.
We are supposed to be interning with a law firm, a judge, or any government/non-government organization before the recruitment to know and experience what a workplace feels like. There are a lot of organizations that come here for recruiting, government organizations like UNDP, UNICEF and some well-known organizations like Kotak, Indian Oil, ICC come here during the campus drive. Most of the students are recruited.
AILET (All Indian Law Entrance Exam) is the mandatory and the only requirement to get into NLU. I got a good score out of 150 marks and hence I go the admissions in the first round itself. You can either apply online or in person.
This course needs exposure as much as possible hence the college make sure that we attend internships to gain an experience of a workplace before being recruited, Our seniors have worked under judges, NGOs, law firms, etc. Some of the companies that recruit from here are Singh and Singh advocates, Lexport, Reliance, Indian Oil, Kotak. Except those who feel like doing their masters in law, which is a lot, rest of the others get recruited.
Overall positive remarks from my side. It ain't no NLU, but for what it is it provides exceptional quality of education, with nice infrastructure, good crowd and helpful faculty. I am content in what the college is providing in terms of quality.
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