Nice place to be where you get a good exposure since you get in touch with people from all backgrounds and all parts of the country. Further, the students are self motivated as they are inspired by their seniors. The management isn't much student friendly and doesn't respect the privacy of a student's life.
The curriculum is decent but the same needs to be revised to keep up with the time changes. Since the college is affiliated with Punjabi University, Patiala, it follows the curriculum of the university and the semester system as devised by the University.
The placements are decent and the college tries it's level best to arrange internships for the students. With regards to stipend, I'll say that it just depends on the luck of the student if the law firm or office or company offers the same.
National moot court competition and National Seminar is hosted by the Institute. Apart from that sports day,aw quiz, batch dance and other countries curricular activities are conducted thouroughout the year on each working Thursday.
Compared to other top law colleges the fee structure is feasible. The fees is revised every year generally by 10%. The candidate is given the choice to either deposit the entire fees at the beginning of the year or else in two installments at the beginning of each semester
Various scholarships have been instituted by alumni and various business organisations like TATA, ICICI and tier 1& tier 2 law firms for different subjects. A special Chair for Constitutional Law has alo been insituted by Hon'ble member of parliament Mr. K.T.S. Tulsi with a scholarship amount of Rs 1 lac.
The Institute encourages it's students to participate in sporting activities and co-curricular activities. Debating society, Mooting society are in place and students from all the years can become it's members. Guest lectures are regularly organized to keep the students updated and to widen their horizon
The hostel rooms in comparison to other top law colleges are not big but are spacious enough for double sharing. The infrastructure is also decent and in case any student doesn't want to avail the hostel facility they can do so however certain amount towards the hostel development fund is to be paid with the fees. Lunch is provided by the college for all working days for all students irrespective of their hostel status
The college in comparison to other top law schools is relatively young and is still trying to strengthen its network. However, the alumni are welcoming and always open to help the students in whatever way they can.
The college had a good reputation in the legal fraternity and was and is ranked amongst the top law colleges in the country. The admission process for All India category and wards of Army personnel is based on the rank secured in the ntrance examand further base on 12th class merit if the ranks of two or more candidates clashes. For Punjab category candidates admission is given based on 12th standard merit.
Would rate the faculty 3 out of 5 and would like to say that there is a need to recruit a few experienced professors since majority of the faculty comprises of young graduates who join the Institute as a stepping stone towards a better future in the teaching field
We don't have a very good alumnus base to be honest as most of the students choose PPOs or opt for higher studies abroad. Also many students get placed in tier 2 law firms on an average package of 6-8 Lakhs. Others prefer to go for Judiciary.
Our university is not very good university in terms of studies, political point of view but on other hand it is also not very bad
Panjab University opened a Regional Centre for imparting quality technical education to kandi area hoshiarpur with the name of Swami Sarvanand Giri Panjab University Regional Centre in year 2006 with four branches of engineering. In 2007 Panjab university started two new courses in LAW as BALLB 5 year integrated course and 3 Years LLB course, and Master of computer applications (MCA).
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