Took CLAT and obtained 122.75 out of 200. Took this college because it's in my home state and I am a homesick person.
The curriculum is rigid, very. We take 42 tests in a semester, technically. There's a rigid system of Continuous Assessment Tests, Mid-Term exams and End-Terms. So you are busy with academics throughout your semester and can't do away with it. In a way, you're forced to be witty. Although we all know that merely taking tests don't make you Jethmalani Sir's younger cousin.
No, it does not. If you're talking about internships that children earn, they usually do it on their own efforts or with the help of the very efficient Internship and Placement Committee. The internships vary from office to office and so do the experiences, obviously.
Since we are a budding law school, the placement and job opportunities are not as good as the best of the league such as NLS and NALSAR. But they are not bad either. Our first batch had candidates who got placed with packages of as high as 14 LPA. So that does speak for itself because there are NLUs like CNLU who struggled hard to have students placed for many batches.
We have held a National Trial Competition. This year we also held a Moot on Tax Law. Apart from that, we have Diwali fests and Holi fests which we celebrate with pomp and show. Recently we had a function that made wide in the papers - a blend of Jharkhandi and Rajasthani culture, music and lifestyle. Most of them achieve full participation from all the students.
The fee structure is quite expensive here. For a year, it's about 2,10,000 rupees. That definitely makes us one of the most expensive NLUs in the country.
No, we haven't made large steps in that direction. However, students get education loans on their own efforts.
Campus life is chill. However, we definitely have a lack of buildings. We have a strict attendance policy of minimum 70% attendance, failure to attain which costs you fine amounts, which start from 5000 for each 5% below 70%. Children are de-barred if their attendance falls below 50%. We have food-fest once every month, where you get to have your hands on everything one can dream of in a residential campus.
The exam structure like I explained earlier is rigid. There are 5 Continuous Assessment Tests (CATs), each worth 10 marks. Out of these 5, the 3 best are taken into count. In case of law subjects, the 30 marks of CATs are converted into 15 and 15 marks for Court-Room exercises which is mandatory for all, for all law subjects.
The faculty of our university is satisfactory, if not overwhelmingly good. To be frank, we don't have many professors, except one or two. Most of them are assistant or associate professors.
I chose this University because its a brand. I need a brand value on my resumae.Quality education is very necessary for me and I can't afford to compromise on this subject. I chose LLB as my course and it's a professional course which is my dream to opt and become a very successful lawyer in my hometown city Ranchi. Efficiency is a thing which is required for a student to become a man with ethics and also there is something which is called as positivity which I feel to take from here. The environment and the quality education which Amity University is providing for the bright and prosperous future of their student and making them a gentleman or woman which is very required in this globalised world.
Chotanagpur Law College is a college imparting legal education in Ranchi, Jharkhand. This college is also approved by the Bar Council of India. In order to get admission, the student should be a graduate with atleast 45 percent and will have to give the entrance exam LSAT and based on the score, they will be called for the admission.
The college has a Placement Cell which provides with a lot of opportunities to the students and help them in finding a job. They provide with internship and jobs to the students. Many law firms come and recruit the students.
I got into the college through LSAT. I gave the entrance exam and got qualified. Then I filled the application form for this college and received an admission offer letter after the cutoff for the college was out.
Placements are good. About 60-70 percent of the students get places with an average package of around 3-= lakhs per annum. The college also provides good internships which helps the students alot in their academic field.
The college have both the negative and positive side. The negatives are that it is a very new and budding law school and therefore is underrated. Yes there are lack of facilities and the college also faces a location disadvantage as it is not in a metropolitan. And therefore the students have to go out for internships. The college tries to arrange for guest lectures. It is still developing and the students are also putting in efforts to bring the college in the lime light. It surely has a bright future as a law school.
No bad remarks but the attendance is 75 percent is compulsory in way important manner you cannot even sit in a paper exam I'd your attendance is not up to the mark in thasubject. So really don't know if its good or bad really . but all in all everything else is well played out so watch out for that attendance matter and you can enjoy the college life.
The only bad remark that I feel apt to share is that the college administration isn't very helpful or cooperative. You don't get any reimbursement for participating in moots and the college attendance policy is harsh. Besides the administration isn't active usually.
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