I completed my LLB from Dr Ambedkar College of Law. The experience and intellect I gained from here were very helpful to me in my career forward. I enjoyed and have quite fun in college hosted events and had good academics throughout the year with the support of teachers and batch mates.
The course curriculum is quite good and covers most of the important and essential subjects related to laws and judiciary. As LLB is a semester-based course, exams are held at the end of each semester. Apart from that, the college also holds regular internal evaluations for assessing preparation of students.
There are multiple job and internships opportunities are this course. The college also provides job opportunities for various meritorious students. Students can also start working at different forms and agencies as legal advisors.
The fee for my LLB course was around Rs. 7000 to be paid per year. The total fee for the whole course duration of my 3-year LLB was around Rs. 22,000. The fee was quite feasible and very much affordable in my respect.
The college organises pretty much of seminars, workshops and guest lectures by various speakers around the year. The college also has a moot court for courtroom presentations and practices to help students get the gist of real court presentation by lawyers. The college also has a good library having a decent number of books, circulars, reports and research papers for students to study from.
Admission to the college is done through both modes, counselling and direct admission. I got admission based on my MH-CET score and my graduation scores. The admission process was quite easy to go through and ended within a day with ease. A small interview was also there before caring on with the admission process.
The faculty of the college is quite nice and pretty professional. The teachers are very much skilled and experienced in teaching. Most of the teachers have years of experience in teaching law and judiciary.
I chose to study law because I love doing law as I wanted to allow for judicial services. The faculty provided by University is excellent there are teachers per 5 students exams are quite difficult there no comparison between easy nad difficult if you study you find it easy.
In the year 2018 very few law firms visited here for placement drives. Although banks and financial institutions like ICICI Bank, etc., visited here. Around 3 to 4 students bagged PPOs through internships in tier-1 law firms. Our college has a placement cell that helps students to get internships and placements.
Bvp is one of the best college in Pune after symbiosis law college. The placement cell of this college is very good mediam sallery of this college is 3 to 4 lakh many companies are came in our college for internship
The placement record of this college is very good many companies are came in our college for placement and some the the students get the job opportunity in 2 nd or 3 rd year
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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