7.3/10 Based on 6 Reviews
fee structure is somewhat expensive as it demands 2.34 lakhs for first year and 1.95 for rest of year, although in this fees,mess hostel or every thing is included but being a gov institution it seems huge
course curriculum is sometimes seems to be rigorous but it is inevitable as law is that type of course where it is required,exams are tough to moderate level, curriculum consist of both practical and theoretical knowledge
Considering that it is a government college the fee structure is expensive as it is approximately 200,000. So it is not feasible for everyone. The fee structure is inclusive of hostel and mess fee.
The course curriculum in comprehensive providing detailed knowledge about each and every aspect of the subjects. The exam consists of a mid semester and end semester exam as well as project and research paper.
It is quite expensive as compared to any university which charges same fee, there is no doubt that you can get a lot of amenities in such a fee and since this being a Government University it must not charge a high fee but that is unanswerable to us. So there's no doubt in it that It is an expensive university charging exorbitant fee from the students.
The course curriculum for the initial 2 years is a mixture of BA along with Law subjects and the Ba subjects include Political Science, Philosophy, Legal language, psychology and the law subjects for the initial 2 years include Contract Act, Torts, IPC and so on and so forth
The fees structure of a National Law University is similar to any other institution. It's not expensive as you have to pay the same amount anyway regardless of the course and college. In the fees structure you have to pay 84000per semester.
The course curriculum is quite similar in all law colleges (BALLB course). You will be studying arts subjects in the first to years along with two law subjects. From third year onwards you'll be having only law subjects. It may sound a bit difficult but actually it's not ,though one may find it hard to keep up in the beginning but you will get used to it. It's really interesting to study law specially in a national Law University as you will get lots of opportunities to enhance not only your academic skills but your talent also. You will have moot court competitions, trial advocacy, client counseling and many more and that's not it you'll get to know about a lots of things and will get opp...
The fees as compared to other national law schools is on the expensive. Around 2 lakhs a year. It is the most expensive among the NLUs Fees has to be paid every semester and there is no rigid time frame to pay the fees. One can pay well before the Mid semester examinations which happens approximately 2 months from the start of the semester.
Course Curriculum is spread over 5 years which includes Law and Arts( as under B.A course) subjects. For the first 2 years, Arts subjects are taught with Law subjects and from the third year only Law related subjects are taught. Students are required to choose a honours paper ( Law ) in the fifth year. Overall the course is extensive and vast giving the students an insight to overall knowledge.
The fees are fair, just as any another law college. The whole course is almost 12 lakh, the first year fees were 227000 admission fees 10000 semester fees 50000 mess fees are adjustable, it is 15000 per semester hostel rent per year is 18000 campus development fees 15000
The course is good, I always wanted to do law and get into the judiciary, It is fair to say that studying in this law college has definitely changed my life for the better. I am really going to become a good lawyer. We always have a small test every week to assess the performance of students.
Highest paid National Law University. Around 2.20 lakhs for Ist year and around 2 lakhs for next 4 years.
BA LLB is the oldest (after 3 years LLB program) and the most preferred course among law students. It helps you to get acquainted with the nuances of everything a lawyer should possess. Court Room Exercises and Research paper submissions starts from the very first semester.
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.
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.
I would say that the fee structure at NUSRL is quite expensive to avail yourself education from this institution you may have to shell something over 200000 per annum with that we are the costliest NLU in India.
The Course curriculum here is rigid. Even with only one law subject in the first semester surviving was difficult because in one semester you have to take a minimum of 30 and maximum of 42 exams. In the first semester Torts was the only legal subject followed by Consti law,Contract act and IPC in the coming semesters.
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