The course curriculum is spread across 5 years, 10 semesters in total. Exams are held at end of each semesters and students have to go for a month of internship in different courts/cases as prescribed for all 10 semesters.
The college has its set of tie ups with banks and various law firms that needs lawyers. They give placement opportunity to the students based on their merit scores and also how they did in their respective interviews.
Since this is a government institute, the college fee is very nominal, being around INR 1500 per year for students. For a duration of 5 years, students have to pay a maximum of INR 7500 at the maximum.
Various extracurricular activities such as NSS, literary competitions such as debates and declamations, youth parliament, etc are conducted by the college to encourage them to participate in events apart from studies too.
There is hostel facility provided to both boys and girls. The hostel is loaded with all the facilities required by the students such as proper lodging,electricity, water supply, common room, mess etc.
The admission to this course is based onthe academic merit. Its the marks secured by student in his 10+2 which should be more than 45%. However, students with the best scores are selected in the final list.
The faculty of the college is well educated. They give emphasis on teaching students every bit of information known to them. This way, the students get the best possible knowledge from their mentors.
The course itself is easier but for science or commerce students, the sudden shift may affect their marks for the first term. The faculty and student ratio doesn't affect us in a pandemic. The teaching method of faculty is excellent as they try to make sessions interactive and happening. The term exams are not timely but it isn't something that college can control.
The admission is done purely on the basis of ones performance in Maharashtra common entrance test ie MHCET. I applied for the exam and it was conducted in the month of may. The results were out by 1st week of June and I got qualified. I scored 102 out of 150 and got this college from the counseling procedure and then got admitted to the college.
Not many companies come to our college for placement. Placement is a part of the college but the number of companies and firms coming in to recruit are too less as compared to the number of students the college caters for BALLB. The average package goes around 4-5 lakhs per annum. Internship is provided by the college.
I had written SET (Symbiosis Entrance Test ) to get into symbiosis law college as I am interested in learning law and want to become the most known criminal lawyer in India.
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