I would conclude by saying that, the administration deserves 3/10 & the college faculty deserves 4/10. Now, coming to college life overall, it would surely provide you one hell of an experience. In the end, the institute merely provides you an atmosphere, rest depends upon how you tackle life and the challenges therein.
The curriculum is relevant, we were taught, how to research, how to read laws and interpret them. We were taught Political science, Legal History in our 1st year of college, which helped us to grasp the nuances and consequences of Law. However, the lessons given to us were not industry specific, we were rather put to usual academic toil in order to score marks. That was all. No practical experience by professors. However, the students used to take initiatives and arranged for moot competitions, which really helped us to learn the method of research, drafting and analytical skills. It provided us with an approach towarda a legal issue.
Everything is student driven, institute takes very little initiative in terms of student placement. Like, they are too engrossed in the administrative politics. I'm not making excuses or venting out. This is the truth. Although, there were certain instances wherein, students were provided with internships and placements. Not denying that, but when one looks at the biggger picture, its 3 at best out of a batch of 140 students.
Parliamentary Debate is one of the events which is organised with great pomp & show. The entire colkege comes together to organize this competition wherein teams from different colleges from all over the country, we've had around 5 seasons of this Parliamentary debate. Apart from this CNLU PD, there were 2 fests organized, wherein a lot of activities were there and people from diff diff colleges came to our place. It was like a disneyland for 3 days.
Expensive. 200000 per annum, plus extra electricity charges for any cooler or Air conditioner to be installed by the student. Yes, the college provides transparent fee breakdown. The college accepts almost all kinds of payment methods, like cash, cheque, RTGS, NEFT, online cash transfers excluding wallet payment method and UPI.
I availed an education loan facility from State Bank of India. I had to make my parents as guarantors, it took alnost 6 month for me to get this loan facility through and get the funds released. Thereafter, it was smooth. My mother being a Government servant, she had a salaried account, thus, she was made a guarantor for the facility. The interest was 11% per annum, payable in 7 years after I graduate.
College was fun in toto, and that is why I gave this review, the title of a Paradox. The college, was not the best institute we could have had. However, we got a bunch of some amazing people in that place. I am still friends with them, we are like a family. Apart from this, the college was a bit too judgmental. Also, we had parties organised by students on the last day before Durga puja holidays, Diwali holidays and Holi vacations. We would enjoy dancing till 10 in the night The gender ratio was diff in each batch, over all it would be around 3:1 maybe. People from all places, mostly UP came to study at out university. Also, we have this Debating society, DEBSOC, wherein debates are held everyday post classes. It plays a very important role in grooming students in public speaking.
Yes. The annual fee includes the hostel charges including the food and lodging. The hostel rooms are spacious. Although, they are not very lavish. We have all the basic amenities. Like combined washrooms, water coolers and gym. We don't have a sports room anymore. Though, there is a room where there was a table-tennis table.
Alumni base of the Institute is getting stronger day by day. We now have most of our alumni placed at good places. Though, asking help from them totally depends upon the kind of proximity you have with that particular alumni.
I cleared CLAT-2015 thereafter, I was allotted this college. I really had no option, as I wanted a National Law University, given my rank this was the best I could have had, however, due to financial restraints, I wasn't able to go to RGNUL, a college one rank above CNLU. One has to attempt CLAT, get shortlisted, and thereafter wait for the consortium to llot an institute on the basis of merit list.
4/10 as the faculty was neither well versed with the needs of the industry, nor the faculty was creative enough. Like the lectures were not only monotonous but filled with their life stories most of the times. Many a times, professors would go on to toil students on that memory game of theirs. Like no learning at alk, just memorizing things. However, there were certain professors who were very creative with their teachings, their lectures were really informative, they knew what they were talking about. So it was 4 out of a bunch of 10 professors.
Students from here have won the various national and international level competitions. Some of them have been awarded the scholarship to study in foreign. 90% students become eligible for campus selection. My plan after getting degree is to practice as a lawyer.
I don't know about any course because I was very confused at that stage so my father suggested me and that I have to do some Ghost and then he said you have to do law then I said OK I will do it and I will prove you that I can do it
Opportunities we have to find it ourselves if we are good to make it then we can find the job ourselves you don't need anyone anything but if we don't have the talent don't have the skills and knowledge that we should require then nobody can help us
My friend suggested me to do law then I find that I have to you do it and I can do it because I opted science in the class 12th but can't clear the class I have supplementary in chemistry so can't make it then I decided to prove myself so I decided that I have to complete this course and I will complete it
Please maintain the job opportunities are just depend upon our skills and knowledge if we can't make it then college can't also help you so costly you have to prepare yourself and college is helping you to preparing that you can find job for you yourself also
Best University in bihar and cheapest law college in bihar with good environment of study and faculty of Patna Law college is very friendly and cooperation by faculty is very good.and library is very good
For taking in this college, students can download the application form, after clearing the entrance examination by the college and should have a score of at least 55% marks to get enroll in the LL.B. course.
The placement cell of the college doesn’t provide many opportunities it requires students to have internships from reputed law firms. The quantity of firms visiting to enroll the students for this course is extremely less but they hire interns.
Students must pass in 10+2 with an aggregate of 60% marks from a recognized board. Admission is given on the entrance exam basis if you clear the entrance test and score well you will be shortlisted for admission, The results of the test will be published on the college official website.
College does not offer any placements. You have to prepare your resume and apply for a company on your own. Students generally apply for the post of a legal advisor in various companies or choose to be a lawyer after completing graduation from college.
Those wanting to seek admission in the college have to give the entrance test conducted by the college. I gave the entrance test. It was purely objective type and I scored 86 out of 100 and got selected to seek admission in the college. My name came out in the top 10 of the merit list and I went ahead for the admission procedure.
The college doesnt offer campus placements to the students. The students have to find placements or Jobs on their own however the college makes the students able enough that they can get placed with high packages. The college doesnt provide any internship to the students.
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