Lot more opportunities to grow in Delhi, considering that it is the centre of the Legal Word in India, besides being the capital city. Professors are distinguished, subjects are great, and good internship opportunities.
I have only studied on campus for one semester so I have limited idea. But the course is pretty nice and the professors are amazing. So far, I have really enjoyed studying under Dr. (Prof.) Prasannanshu, Dr. Anup Surendranath, Prof. Mukul Raizada and Dr. Risham Garg.
I h‰ve just begun with my second year so I have no idea about that. I‰m just trying to reach the hundred characters count.
You can't have really expect to have a life at law school. But we do have a Cultural Committee which organised a few cultural events across the semesters. Our college fest a Kairos is probably the highlight of the year. It happens in May. Other than that, the college per se usually invests more time and effort in organising educational events and competitions rather than cultural ones. But Delhi is a very happening place so you can always choose to go and explore the city.
I availed the MMVY scholarship provided by the MP Govt. College provided assistance during the process.
Justice T. P. S. Chawla library is probably the highlight of the infrastructure. It is one of the best and biggest collection of legal material in the country and is equipped with the latest technology. Both the Girls and Boys hostels have their own gymnasiums and mess. Wifi is provided to all the students. We only have a basketball court as of now, but the campus is looking to expand in size.
Hostel is provided to every student. One room is shared by 3 students but it's in the form of cubicles, so one can simply put up curtains to create a distinct living space. AirCon is provided for each room with a separate remote. The washrooms are cleaned every single day and there's facility for both hot and cold water. There is separate housing for men and women and the mess is within the hostel building. Individual rooms are also available for those with special needs.
The campus placements are for 2nd-year students with a 100% placement rate. The average package offered is 9.9 lpa with the highest being 21 lpa. A lot of reputed companies visit the campus like Deloitte, KPMG, EY, Kotak Bank, Asian Paint to name a few.
In the fifth semester, students become eligible for campus placements. A large no. of companies visited the campus and many vacancies were given to students. 60% to 70% get placements from the campus in great companies. I am working in the same company I got placement from the campus.
The hdo and all my teachers were helpful very well guided me all the students. The student limit per course is not more than 32 for the honours subject. For general course, there are many students. The teachers are highly qualified.
ItÕs has been ranked in the top 10 central universities in the India by Ministry of HRD. Being located in Delhi it provides huge lot of opportunities to explore. In my case, I was able to do internships in various districts court, High Court and also the Supreme Court which helped me shape my overall personality- Something students coming from class 2 cities or rural areas often lack.
After Law, one can either opt for Litigation in courts or can prepare for judicial services or can work in Law firms.
ItÕs got the best faculty, the best on ground experience and lives up to itÕs number 1 rating. You have a course designed to prepare you for the industry. One cannot praise the faculty enough. And the classroom is a mixed bag. Also MCRC is super fun.
Not really good. MCRC is not very inviting to a lot of good companies and that has its student missing out on campus placements. This is honestly the only area that they should work in. Their students however end up finding work because of their training throughout the program but still.
Positive remarks that the collg are well known in the pharmacy field & most of the highly posted personalities can be passed out from here. The Negative remark the students of new generation don't take seriously and NIRF Ranking going Down
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