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|College||Ranking||Avg Fees/ year|
|National Law School of India University - [NLSIU], Bangalore||# 1 by Outlook (public)||₹1,81,395|
|National Law University - [NLU], Jodhpur||# 4 by Outlook (public)||₹2,35,000|
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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.
The course seems easy but time plays an important role here. The main focus should be on current affairs and Legal reasoning. Though maths consist of only 20 questions but it is the one which decided that which NLU you get in.
It is a bit expensive as compared to other colleges. Don't know why that is, but yes they have quite a great amount of money as compared to other key colleges in our country through government. fees is approx 2 lakh for each year comprising every thing.
as I said, I had other viable choices in science. But that never stopped me from choosing law as an option. Because this college offers a deep understanding in law as a subject and my association with law as a subject has been quite intriguing.
The fee for the first year is Rs. 1.33 Lakhs and for the following four years, it is Rs. 1.26 Lakhs. The total fee for the entire course sums up to Rs. 6.35 Lakhs. Students who do not find this feasible can avail student educational loans from any banks and there are many scholarships schemes too by the government.
This course as we already know requires a lot of reading and memorizing, once you get to learn the concepts you can easily remember everything, the course syllabus is very standard. There are seminar courses to be taken in the fourth and final year, one paper and two papers respectively.
The total fee is Rs. 6.35 Lakhs, the first year fee is Rs. 1.33 Lakhs and the fees for the rest (four years) is 1.26 lakhs. This does not include the hostel. This is feasible as most law college charge so much for the semester even. Educational loans can be availed by the students if they find any difficulties in paying the fee.
The college believes in interactive learning and hence has seminar sessions and combined learning programs with expert professionals. The subjects need a lot of reading and writing skills, and the student needs to remember a lot of this, it is not as complex as it sounds, once we are good with concepts we are safe.
My program fee is a lot, it is around INR 1,85,000 in a year including the Hostel fees as well. But the fees are quite reasonable in some other way as the institution is as I have said, one of the best institutions.
I am currently pursuing the LL.M Programme. The LL.M course structure is of a mandatory paper, optional papers, and dissertation. National University, Delhi offers students enrolled in the LL.M program, the option of specializing in one amongst the various streams. Study material is distributed to us and also the University involves the students in research projects to understand the role of Law in society.
Fees is not affordable around 2,00,000 per year. Which makes it one of the most expensive law college in the country. But considering the fact that law colleges are expensive and also NLUD is a tier 1 law college the fee is Ok.
I am currently doing B.A.LLB which is really a great course and I am loving it. But it requires lot of reading and you have to give at least 3-4 hours everyday to self-studies.
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