The college all over is good, you can get to know a variety of people from all parts of society. The exposure with other students here will help you develop as a person in the society. You will make some good friends here. The college might not give you the college life you expect but you will enjoy your time here. Studies are not a big burden you can pass your exams with basic efforts in your studies. You will just lack the exposure academically and professionally which you could have got from any college outside jodhpur.
The course structure is good. 8 subjects in first 4 semesters, thereafter 6 subjects per semester. The course is as per the bar council rules and similar to any other college in India. There are regular projects and moot file submissions thouroughout the sem, whose marks add up in your internal marking. You also get to learn French also as a foreign language. Attendance is chilled out.
There is no placement cell or any job opportunities from this college, you will have to find your own way. No, College does not provide any internships, but since you are in city of principal bench High court and college attendance won’t become a burden you can do plenty of internships here.
There is a yearly cultural fest which lasts 3 days, only faculty students can become part of it. However, it depends on the president of law faculty to conduct the fest or not in the span of our 5 years in law faculty we witnessed only 2 fest.
Fee structure is quiet feasible if you compare it to other 5 year law colleges. I am not exactly sure about the tuition fee, But its approximately 40000-45000? for 1year i.e. 2 sems. You can complete your law degree in 4Lakh approx, which is quiet good.
I did not avail any loan facility neither do I know of any. But there is merit scholarship which again I have no Idea of. I was never a meritorious student. However, any bank might provide education loan for this college with the basic procedure which they follow.
The gender ratio is decent. However male population is more than the females here. There are no Student parties, workshops or cultural societies. Jodhpur is a grade 3 city of India so there isn’t much evolution of liberal views in people here. Quiet otrhodox and backward in terms of societal views. However with the new generation of students coming in college I believe that might change eventually.
No, I did not opt for any hostel. I don’t know particularly about the hostel fees and rate of hostel. But there are 2-3 hostel available. I am a local so I used to live in my own house only transportation was the expense that I had to pay.
There is no alumni network in this college either. However, if you seek help from seniors they are helpful i.e. on their personal capacity. The ones i am in touch with give good guidance whenever needed. But the alumni isn’t strong particularly from the 5 year degree course. The law faculty however has produced most of the Highcourt judges currently in Jodhpur.
The admission process as of now is based on your percentage in 12th board. A merit list is prepared, students from RBSE are given some % benefit rather than people from other boards. Along with the basic reservation to backward classes.
The faculty is well qualified and good, although there is only a few permanent faculty but the guest faculties who come to teach are excellent. Most of the guest faculties are senior and respected lawyers of the Rajasthan High court. Who have plenty of experience in their fields which gives a great help in understanding the concepts.
Final year students are eligible for placements. The highest package made - 3 lakh (as per my seniors) 50 percentage is allowed for placements again as per seniors. My plans after my degree are to prepare for the judiciary or for any kind of government job.
The admission procedure in this college was very easy, first the college posts an application form which has to be filled by the students and submitted. Once this is done we have to submit marks scored in 12th and entrance exam, based on the marks , students are shortlisted and are called for a campus interview.
There are no placements provided in the college, but the college provides students with information as to where they could apply for a job, and the campus even recommends their best students to many companies and organizations.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Shekhawati University - [PDUSU] is one of the best colleges in Rajasthan and provides a wide variety of courses to the students. The infrastructure is honourable and well tried and the faculty are always ready to chaperone the students to the right path.
Banasthali has been graded recently by Naac team as A++ University which the only university in Rajasthan to hold A++.
I think my college is situated at one of the remotest but beautiful location which is the best thing about the city Jodhpur. It has beautiful fort named Meherangarh Fort and other places like Mandore Garden, Umaid Bhawan, Jaswant Thada. All these place always makes you feel young and new and thus, the city never makes us feel bored from our hectic college and academic life.
A meme that I read another day precisely puts my views about college in perspective. " A college is like looking left and right before crossing the street and getting hit by an aeroplane". The positive aspects is brand name of National Law Universities and negative aspects can be overburden course and examination system that promotes mediocrity.
Overall the college is good to pursue Law in the city but it is not the best college. If you are serious about doing law and making a career in this field. Than this college should not be on your 1st preference list. Though you can keep it as a back-up college.
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