Good, we have a long way to go. We were recently declared as the 16th best Law college in the country via NIRF.
It is good. It's very hectic and highly work Oriented. One area in which the university could do better would be to increase the practical approach they have in studies. That is perhaps a problem with educational institutions all accorss the country.
It is a developing college, thus, the placements are getting better ober time. Everyone is into internships but its mostly arranged on a personal level.
Various cultural fests, seminars, event celebrations. The annual fest is a cultural one named ADUJ. It is an inter college completion which is open to all the outside students. The fest has an enormous amount of competitions, ranging from everything to MUNs and singing competitions.
Fees is pretty high which would not be feasible for most of the people. Being a government college, its very unusual to have a fees like that. The total fees amounts to somewhat nearly 2 lakhs every year. There is transparency in the fee breakdown.
I haven't opted for one. I don't have knowledge of any such direct scholarship schemes that might be available.
Campus life is nice. There is a lot of diversity since its a national university. People from all around the country come to study here. Gender ratio is mostly balanced. There are plenty debating events and other such oratory and research based events.
Yes, hostels are alright. The one minus point is that they only have shared bathrooms. That is one huge problem for most of the people. The rooms aren't Air conditioned, unlike the rest of the college.
Alumnus base for NLU is still developing as its a relatively new college. Most of our alumnus base has started to do amazingly well.
A National test named CLAT is held which makes you eligible for the National Law universities all across India. The higher marks you get, the chances of getting into a better NLU increases. The reason why I sought to join an NLU is because of the prestige attached to it. Moreover it was in my hometown thus it would be more convenient.
Faculty of the college is something that is highly essential. Although, almost like every educational institution, there are professors who are brilliant in their fields and exceptionally well teachers. However, there are also some who you can't really understand or have a hard time coping with. Its a mixed bag.
You will be given an internship from the 3rd semester here till the 10th semester. But campus placement is not available here. You have to work hard to get a job of your own. Nothing is like someone will come and pick you. Elders will prefer you will pick.
This college is the best law college of Assam.and I find the results of the students are excellent which drove me to take admission in this college.the teachers are very honest and friendly.They put full efforts to guide us.
Every place has its pros and cons. It is undoubtedly one of the best colleges but the faculty can't help you if you can't help yourself. The moot courts which highlight any law college is equally popular here but you need to show your interest to seniors and teachers.
Dispur Law College is a private aided law school in Dispur, Assam. It offers law courses. In order to get admission, the student should be a graduate with atleast 45 percent and will have to give the entrance exam and based on their merit, they will be called for the admission.
The college focuses on providing students with all the help and facilities but they don't have placement programme. However they help students in enhancing their skills and prepare them for interviews and jobs in future.
Presently, M liking my college It has all the good ways, one thing I would like to complain is about the washrooms, There sould be more mumber of wasrooms im respect of the students and thet must be cleaned everyday.
Admission to the course is done on the basis of merit and admission test conducted by the college. Application form for admission is available at the college campus or at the official website for downloading. The admission test is conducted in mid may and the results are out by june first week.
Placements of the college are quite impressive. But it is yet to take the high pace as it is supposed to be. Most of the students get chances of practicing under some senior advocates. And some get chances to do practice in district courts. Even some get chances to assist senior advocates privately. Almost 80% of the students get placed.
The J.B.Law College is a prestigious law institution in the north east. Students from entire North East comes to the college. So definitely there are positive remarks in the college. Yes,every students of our college admits that the fee structure is high.
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