decent but little expensive,otherwise rest is good.fees should have been cheaper with comparison to the facilities it provides infra is decent and it is in developing phase and best part is the climate this area provides.
we have to give national level entrance exam(CLAT),this is national level exam where success ratio is low so student has to even drop a year for this,exam difficulty level is moderate to easy but what matters is increasing application year by year.
Talking about the positive side, the college provides good education and it is the most prestigious law University in Jharkhand. The college has a huge campus spread in 67 acres located few kilometres away from the city.
You can get admission through National level CLAT examination conducted every year. Which takes place in the month of May. After clearing the merit you can go for counselling process and opt for the college.
The college is full of opportunities and also full or problems now that depends on the student to develop whichever side they want, there are positive and negativeinfluences both but the most important part which is to be played is by the student as to select which peer group he or she wants to live with, opportunities in the university is unexplored and are readily available to be explored, what has to be done is dedication of the student.
The admission in NUSRL is done through CLAT (COMMON LAW ADMISSION TEST) which you need to prepare for through self study or coaching and it is based on 5 subjects that is General Knowledge, Reasoning, Maths, Legal Knowledge and English.
1. National Law University is considered as one of the best college in the world. 2. The alumni network is very strong. 3. Infrastructure is really good. 4. Provides proper knowledge to the students.
Placements in a national Law University is quite easy all the Nlus have a brand name in the market and nlu students are consider to be more skilled than students from others college, I am not insulting other colleges but it's a truth that it's easy for a nlu student to get a job or placement as compared to non nlu student. Nlus do provide internships, every nlu has a "internship and placement committee" which helps the students to get the best placements or internships. I myself interned at an NGO for about 1 month but that was without stipend. About stipend, you will hardly get any paid internship ship in your first year as you don't have any thing that interesting in your CV but it's als...
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.
Placements are below average. Only a few students have bagged top tier law firm jobs. The college do provide for placement opportunities in 3rd tier law firms. Internship on the other hand are being provided to the students if they apply to the Internship and Placement committee , otherwise students can go for applying in any Institution independently
The college is well managed, it has a staff team comprising of 25-30 people, who do a very good job of managing the university. it is a really good university
I scored 124 in Clat. So I got this college. Had to wait for all the allotments of clat and then went to the college to get admission, the process was really smooth. Got admission on 8th July 2018. The admission dates were from 1 July to 20 July and after that classes would start.
Pros, Good in academics. Extended support for each and every field. Going on improvement inside college is the best motivation. Cons, Improvement takes time and if one want to see the change, he needs to be a part of it.
Common Law Admission test will land you here based on you ranking and preference among the National Law Universities. No interview or any sort of thing, just CLAT - A Written All India test. Law, in this time is one of the best fields one can chose if one wants to establish his future as well as earn good money and status in society. This is one of the most straightforward reason one can give for choosing law.
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.
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.
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.
I took CLAT. I chose law because I was passionate about it though I was a science student. I saw my skill sets could be most aptly utilised in the legal field.