NLUJAA is one of the finest universities of North East India in terms of law. The administration is friendly and cooperative.
The curriculum is divided in social sciences and Law. The first and second years has to study mainly social sciences subjects like English, Economics, Sociology, History and Political science. Apart from that, papers on Constitutional Law, Administrative law, Law of torts, Labour law, Business law, Environmental law etc subjects has to be studied.
Legal Corporates like Thomsons and Reuters visits our university for placement. As the university is comparatively newer than other NLUs in the country, hence not many corporate houses come for placement. Still, university administration tries hard to give placements to the students. There is a placement Coordination Committee to take of palcements. But the placement rate is low. Around 10% of the students get placements through University.
The University through the cultural Committee run by the Student Bar Council hold different events. 1. Constitution Day 2. Law day. 3. Holi 4. Diwali 5.Bihu 6. Saraswati Puja Also, the University holds ADUJ, one of the biggest cultural and literary festival in North East India in a gap of every two year.
The fee costs around 190000/Year. The College accepts NEFT and cash transfers. It also has a portal where fees can be deposited. There is no other charges that has to be deposited. Also, the fee breakdown is transparent as it is a public funded university.
No. College doesn't have any scholarship opportunity. Yet, IDIA- a NGO which helps underprivileged and marginalised students to get through NLUs and if they get through, they provide the full fees.
The gender ratio of the university is sonewhat different than many other educational institutions. 3 Female : 1 Male student. The campus life is humdrum. But there are different societies present in the University For example, There is a Art Collective, A photography club, Cultural Committee, Sports Committee, Literary and debating society etc that organises different events in the university. The university is somewhat tolerant to different political ideologies. It is also one of the most diverse campuses as people from different parts of India come here to study. Cultural diversity is present. But, economic diversity is absent. Most of the students are from Well to do backgrounds. Religious diversity is also not that noticeable. Sexual orientation of the students are mostly straight. It is only diverse in terms of culture.
Yes, I have opted for hostel. It has facility of sharing room among two person, i.e. double room for the first and secons years. Rest gets single room. Hostel seats are adequate to the ratio of students who get admission every year.
The alumni network is small as the university is comparatively new. Yet, alumni helps the current students in regards to internships.
I was into Law when I was in class 10. I like how lawyers argue in court and movies made a great impact on me. After I appeared for my Class 12 examination, I got to know about Common Law Admission Test(CLAT). I appeared for CLAT and luckily I got admission into NLUJA,Assam. To take admission in NLUJAA- 1.Form fillup for Common Law Admission Test(CLAT). 2. Appear for Common Law Admission Test(CLAT). 3. A ranking list will come out after a week and you'll know in which NLU you'll get seat ( If your ranking allows you to get one). 4. Then block your seat in the desired NLU( where you can get seat with your ranking) by giving an advance of Rs. 50,000. 5. Physically appear in the college and take admission.
NLUJAA has almost 32 lecturers (Tentatively). 3 of them hold the post of professor. More than 5 are Associate processors. Others are Assistant professors. Some of the lecturers hold Ph.D degrees from reputed universities of India.Others are Master degree holders in Law and Social sciences who cleared National Eligibility Test. The average age of lectures are between 30-35.
You will be given an internship from the 3rd semester here till the 10th semester. But campus placement is not available here. You have to work hard to get a job of your own. Nothing is like someone will come and pick you. Elders will prefer you will pick.
This college is the best law college of Assam.and I find the results of the students are excellent which drove me to take admission in this college.the teachers are very honest and friendly.They put full efforts to guide us.
The college offers bachelor of Laws program. In order to get enrolled in this program, the candidate should be a graduate with atleast 50 percent marks. Then they will have to give the entrance exam and based on their merit in the exam they will be selected.
The college provides with great opportunities to its students. There are various workshops and seminars organized for them. Guest lectures are also conducted. Various law firms and advocates recruit the students.
Every place has its pros and cons. It is undoubtedly one of the best colleges but the faculty can't help you if you can't help yourself. The moot courts which highlight any law college is equally popular here but you need to show your interest to seniors and teachers.
Students from entire North East Region used to come to JB College. Many also came from northern province too. The feasibility, faculty and the campus were the centre of attraction for the students. I owe to college for everything that I am today.
I passed my 12th examinations with 70% marks and then on a recommendation from my friend, we both applied for the college. An entrance exam was conducted with quite simple questions, and we both passed! After that the admission process was very smooth and simple.
Dispur Law College is a private aided law school in Dispur, Assam. It offers law courses. In order to get admission, the student should be a graduate with atleast 45 percent and will have to give the entrance exam and based on their merit, they will be called for the admission.
The college focuses on providing students with all the help and facilities but they don't have placement programme. However they help students in enhancing their skills and prepare them for interviews and jobs in future.
Presently, M liking my college It has all the good ways, one thing I would like to complain is about the washrooms, There sould be more mumber of wasrooms im respect of the students and thet must be cleaned everyday.
The J.B.Law College is a prestigious law institution in the north east. Students from entire North East comes to the college. So definitely there are positive remarks in the college. Yes,every students of our college admits that the fee structure is high.
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