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Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi, Delhi

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4.2/5
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Last Seen: 16 Mar' 21

Joined On: 16 Mar' 21

Education Interest: Law

Education Level: Graduate & Above

Posted on 16 Mar' 21 by Anonymous
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College Infrastructure
Satisfy for college infrastructure like water cooler, washroom and classrooms also clean and college environment is good for everyone. Well maintained that library of campus and also some activities of planting to the new tree
Academics
Learn to my self and society to more change about legal things to help own self. According to me and my campus teacher do well job to teach everyone and this is tough time to tell you because everyone best institutions gives you best
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Satisfied for placement cell. Because some times student not preferred to placement and other things so college will be provided to placement but at the end all depends on student. So according to me placement cell is good enough for this college
Value-for-money
Too low fee structure according to all colleges so this is the best option and india top 3 college of law. So this is good for everyone and poor family also approached and take good facilities in low amount fee
Campus Life
Overall I learn more and more in campus life so no word to describe. But when i take admision and looking for 3 year so long time but now I’m looking where is my 3 years so campus life is awsome and making lots of friends
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For me and my campus overall best college for law. Because everthing providing in low cost and good opportunity to learn best legal terms in our college best in the india no.3 in india so i think your first priority is goes to campus law centre.
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I lived my best college life at CLC

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Last Seen: 06 Aug' 20

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Education Interest: Law

Education Level: Graduate & Above

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College Infrastructure
Campus law centre has a well-maintained area. The building has spacious classrooms, auditorium/conference halls and rooms for the faculty members. Library is neat and clean with organized sections of books and study materials. There are three huge lawns maintained well by the staff and two cafeterias where delicious meals are served. Sanitation is observed everywhere and sports activities are also promoted by the college.
Academics
I pursued LLB here and this choice was out of my interest and relative knowledge in the subject. Faculty of law is quite popular amongst DU aspirants. The course curriculum covers all aspects but requires some updation. Teachers are highly qualified and experienced.
Placements
The college needs to work on its placement as only few students were placed at the time of my graduation. The average package offered was around 2-3 lakhs per annum. As it is renowned and one of the oldest law colleges, the graduates get numerous opportunities off-campus.
Value-for-money
Definitely yes! I paid around 5000-6000 a year for my course.
Campus Life
You would love the campus life here. The college conducts n number of extra-curricular activities. It has different clubs and societies made to promote drama, music, theatre, dance, etc. It is well connected with metro and other public transports are also easily available. Street food is also popular around the campus.
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A Good Choice for a best LLB in less fee.

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Last Seen: 28 Apr' 20

Joined On: 10 Oct' 16

Education Interest: Law

Education Level: In Graduation

Posted on 26 Apr' 20 by Bhuwan Raj Seth
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College Infrastructure
We have a very less modernized , less devloped infrastructure of our college, if we talk about facilities , We have a open space called as ground for name sake only. Living spaces in college are cleaned on daily basis. Although There is shortage of drinking water facility at our college.
Academics
I am Currently Pursuing LL.B. from CLC ,I heard a lot about Faculty of Law of DU, thats why i took admission, it's a really good place to study LAW, although some revision in our course curriculum are mandatory for making it as worthy as its reputation is.
Placements
There is almost very less chance of Placement, Although we have PAC (Placement assistance council) society in our college , but it's only for the members of the society, who are selected every year by CV Shortlisting and interview.
Value-for-money
If we talk about money, The Fee for 3 Year LLB Program is very less comparable to other Colleges. We get too many facilities in the nominal fee of 6000 a year approx.
Campus Life
Campus life is very fascinating and good, you will find many genius brain under the roof of campus law centre. if you are interested in pursuing 3 year LLB Program at a very nominal or budget friendly fee, Then Campus Law Centre is best option for you.
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Admission to Campus Law Centre is solely done on Entrance basis, You have to appear in DUET (Delhi University Entrance Test) for LLB after that you will be able to get college according to your marks in the examination. Faculty of Law , University of Delhi has Three centres, Namely, {Campus Law Centre, Law Centre 1, Law Centre 2}
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Last Seen: 25 Mar' 20

Joined On: 10 Mar' 20

Education Interest: Sciences

Education Level: In Graduation

Posted on 10 Mar' 20 by Abhishek
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College Infrastructure
The college campus is really good. The classrooms are big and clean with boards and projectors. We also have a big library with many books. The campus is good in theatres , sports and other extra- curricular facilities also.
Academics
The syllabus is easy and at the same time covers all the recent developments in the field of law. The faculties come from great institutes and are highly qualified. The teachers try to help their students both regarding syllabus and future also.
Placements
The placements are also good. Many top law firms visit our college to hire the young lawyers. Even if you dont get a job immediately you will atleast get internships which helps in developing your personality and make you job ready.
Value-for-money
Low fee and good academics makes the college worth attending.
Campus Life
Campus life of du is the best .
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Pretty awesome college

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Last Seen: 30 Jan' 17

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The college ranks 2 in country's rankings of top law institutes. It is a proud feeling to be a part of this institute. Good faculty and also the brand name of DELHI UNIVERSITY that too in north campus. Difficult to get admission here as the admission is entrance based but the hardwork is worth it.
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Very good faculties.

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Last Seen: 28 Nov' 16

Joined On: 16 May' 14

Education Interest: Law

Education Level: Class 12

Posted on 29 Nov' 16 by Abhinav Garg
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Teachers are very Good and course material is also case based which relates and develop the intellects of the students keeping in few the practical aspects of the law. Free Wi-Fi campus, very affordable I.e. fees is just Rs 5248/- Moot Court and other co-cullar activities grooms the personality of the Students. It has also produced very renowned aluminized.Teachers are very Good and course material is also case based which relates and develop the intellects of the students keeping in few the practical aspects of the law. Free Wi-Fi campus, very affordable I.e. fees is just Rs 5248/-Teachers are very Good and course material is also case based which relates and develop the intellects of the students keeping in few the practical aspects of the law. Free Wi-Fi campus, very affordable I.e. fees is just Rs 5248/-
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Best among all

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Last Seen: 28 Nov' 16

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Education Interest: Law

Education Level: Class 12

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Apart from placement and infrastructure, certainly this college ticks every box and its best among all the options to do 3 yrs llb. The best thing is the experienced faculty, brand name, crowd, nominal fees, which you wont get in any other college. Also the moot court competition is the well known internationally conducted by CLC. Only thing it lags behind is alumnus networking and placement.
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Being here is like Opportunity at home

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Posted on 17 Sep' 16 by Prateek
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  • LLB
Its been a wonderful experience for me being here at clc, one of the best law colleges in the country. The crowd here comes from all over the country and the faculty is really amazing. The system here for marks is bit tough and pretty challenging which also I consider as a great thing in shaping the personality for future.
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2 Years with best

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Last Seen: 15 Sep' 16

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So after completing my LLB from lc1 , university of Delhi...I had to give an entrance exam for getting admission into Llm in the same university. Let me tell you it really really tough to make that edge over others. Only the best out of best can make it..so many Llm days were really nice the faculty is ace the new infrastructure being provided to law students is of some other level. so I highly recommend this if you want to do Llm from India than Delhi university is the best and with a fees of just 4500 and with hostel facility based on merit basis for students from other states and that too with a reasonable rate and with free wi-fi free laundry free electricity and you get to live with top scholars of all the fields so go ahead n work hard and get into it. Thanks
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Mecca Of The Lawyers and Civil Services Applicants

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Last Seen: 30 Aug' 16

Joined On: 30 Aug' 16

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Posted on 30 Aug' 16 by Kulish Kulshrestha
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One of the Pioneer institute in India and the mother institute of Law Faculty, which is going to give you great quality education, Exposure, and all other necessary things you need. Campus Law Centre is very Near to Dr.Mukherjee Nagar (Civil Services Coaching Mandi) another positive aspect. Sometimes it works as CLC "Bas Naam Hi kaafi hai". Talking about the reality the education here is very affordable compared to any institute in the country. Though the Infrastructure won't give you a Luxurious touch of life ,but whatever is necessary they have it all. People (Students) are way very friendly and helpful, I have been to many places but I nowhere found this environment, trust me they will help you in every aspect. The Cultural part of DU us a bliss, you will be enjoying it. Elections are the Showbiz, I mean it is a huge festival sort of thing and CLC is the Epicenter for elections, everything is done Without any Negativity , unlike other places. DU announces PG admissions every year, via an Entrance Examination. Crack it get a good rank of around 300 you are in. All you need is Universal Publications Law Entrance Book (I and several others did only this and went through) You can get all information by visiting the campus, "Pehle istemaal Karen Fir Vishwaas Karen" clear all your doubts, ask anyone (student/Faculty/staff) everyone is helpful And if you are in, DUKKI is all you need to survive.. :p
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One campus for all genius

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Last Seen: 29 Aug' 16

Joined On: 29 Aug' 16

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Posted on 28 Aug' 16 by Gaurav Ranjan
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  • LLB
Life is awesome.Faculties are excellent.The only drawback is infrastructure which causes lots of problem to the students because class gets delayed as we have less number of classrooms.the hostel facilities are also excellent. The fee is also nominal.....good placement.
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Overall had a good experience with great friends

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Last Seen: 26 May' 18

Joined On: 18 May' 15

Education Interest: Law

Education Level: Graduate & Above

Posted on 27 Aug' 16 by Amit Chopra
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Campus Law Center has a poor infrastructure and a few societies. It has a bulk of students and fewer facilities. For a law student very crucial thing is that he should be a member of moot court but only few students can take avail of it. But the great thing is that it has a great experienced faculty and friendly ambiance. Only 4% students can get hostel which is the worst thing. Placement cell is not much active so few students get placed from here .But from next year our college will get new good infrastructure building.
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Life at DU

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Joined On: 26 Aug' 16

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Posted on 26 Aug' 16 by Aryan
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It has almost all the infrastructural facilities. I do not think it requires anything more. A lot of internship programme orientations are being conducted by the college. It's DU, the name itself make everything enjoyable. The placement committee is seriously working on placement of students. I leave outside the campus so does not know much about the hostels. But I have heard that there is a lot of issue regarding rooms. Criminal and Constitutional Law professors are the best one. DU contains almost all type of elements(students) from all over India. It is very affordable.
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Dream world

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Last Seen: 25 Aug' 16

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Posted on 25 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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The college is no doubt the best among most law schools in our country. I enjoyed every moment here. Everything is good about this college except infrastructure. The fest could also be better. Overall every student dream of living the life here. The hostels are also fine.It is also good to one's pocket.
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Campus law centre is in itself another world

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Last Seen: 09 Sep' 20

Joined On: 25 Aug' 16

Education Interest: Law

Education Level: Graduate & Above

Posted on 25 Aug' 16 by Neha Tyagi
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I have completed my first year in campus law centre and my experience in CLC has been extremely positive. From the very first day of 'orientation programme' which felt more like a 'welcome to the family' event, teachers and seniors have always been warm, helpful and motivating. Though the college infrastructure doesn't match up the standard of college but fortunately with the intervention of BCI a marvelous building has now been constructed for the college. Infrastructure development has taken a huge leap. In a layman's language from a small hut to a palace. Regarding faculty, undoubtedly CLC has got some real gems. Some of the teachers are excellent in their subjects as not only do they teach well they also inspire and bring out the best in their students. Some other teachers are average but overall the faculty is remarkable. College life in CLC for me personally has been an overwhelming experience. With students from different parts and cultures of the country really broadens your social circle. The competitions held by the societies such as moot court society and legal aid society have helped me in learning and enjoying the practical aspects of the law. Placement assistance cell (PAC) helps students in getting internships and placements. International conferences to cultural programmes held in college help the students in exploring the college in every way. Elections in campus enhance your political thinking and perception. One of the distinguishing factors about CLC that makes it different from all the other colleges in India is the "CASE STUDY" method used by the college to teach law. It is an excellent method of teaching law. The college library with more than 90,000 books and such silent ambience is another area to explore.In a nutshell, Campus law centre can do a lot to a person in one year because of the diversity of students, opportunities it provides and the feeling of freedom in the college environment. I like this place.
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Life at clc, university of Delhi is a mix of fun and learnin

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Last Seen: 01 Sep' 16

Joined On: 24 Jun' 16

Education Interest: Law

Posted on 24 Aug' 16 by Shahzad
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The college life in clc is full of vibrance and dynamism. With an actual interface with the real world clc provides a perfect ambience for wholististic development of a legal personality. Above all being a part of india's top institution in legal studies is nothing less than a blessing.
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Campus Law Centre: A legacy in Indian legal education.

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Last Seen: 19 Jan' 20

Joined On: 24 Aug' 16

Education Interest: Medical

Education Level: Graduate & Above

Posted on 23 Aug' 16 by Shakti Garg
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Campus Law Centre is one of the most prestigious institutions of India, a proud alma mater of some of the most eminent names in Indian judicial, legal and political spheres, it has continued to maintain its top rank as the best law college in the country. Established in 1924, the college was earlier located in the Vice Regal Lodge of the University of Delhi that was the royal residence of the Viceroy of India. It later was shifted to have its own beautiful red building with the lush green campus at the Chhatra Marg in the university campus itself. Starting next year, the college is to be shifted to a new building on the campus, having an outstanding architecture and facilities which can put the infrastructure of even the most expensive private institutions to shame. The industry exposure is average, depending largely on the individual student's own keenness. The college has a Placement Assistance Council which gives out monthly updates to all registered students about available internships and competitions via web. There are also monthly lectures and workshops being conducted with speakers from various fields and universities from around the globe. However, the drawback of these guest lectures is that they are often held during the classes and in the college seminar room which has a poor accommodating capacity. This problem is expected to be treated with the new campus from next year. Additionally, little publicity is done for any academic workshops being conducted which often results in less turnout of students. One thing that is essentially important for any law student to succeed in the legal profession in future is a good experience of mooting. This brings us to one major issue at the college, which has even become a point of contention between BCI and the faculty administration. Mooting is not a part of the curriculum. Although there is a moot court society, the intakes into the society every year is a very little fraction of the total number of students. The non-members are barred from taking part in any moot court competition even independently except as a researcher in a team of speakers who are society members, again a big handicap for any law student. However, in case you are lucky enough to get into the society, the opportunities to mooting are immense. The college hosts an international moot court competition annually, The KK Luthra Moot Court Competition, which attracts law students from around the globe. Coming on to the front of academics, being a top law college, the curriculum of the centre does in a way have a great influence on the curricula of other law colleges. Post-2014, the curriculum has been revised and various new and relevant subjects have been introduced. The faculty is a mix of good and bad, the senior staff being one of the best and most eminent names in the field of legal education. The students have a certain cherished reliance on 'DUKKIS', help books, for examinations. The examinations are not too tough, follow an expected pattern, yet scoring well is not a cakewalk here. There being no internals, the university exams are actually a student's first brush with a race of scores. Coming on to the extracurricular activities, the college has a Debating Society, the already-mentioned Moot Court Society, a recently formed and a fairly active Quiz Society, and an obscure drama society. The legal aid society of the college is something one should definitely join. It forms a bridge between the DSLSA and students. There is a legal clinic at the college where students, who are trained as paralegal volunteers, can help spread legal awareness and legal literacy and can be a part of real cases and provide legal aid. Although there is no sports club in the college but the college union does organise a sports fest annually. Also, there has been a good representation of CLC boys at national tournaments of volleyball and football. The college life is fairly good. The college has a mix of an intellectual, competitive, friendly and a politically charged atmosphere. The college has a fresher's party that is no less than a feast and a cultural fest too. Although there is not a canteen in the college but there are many eateries nearby and the famous Kamla Nagar market is at a walking distance from the college. Summing it up, the college does stand up to its name and prestige in the market but there is a lot of change desired, the process of which has already been started. Campus Law Centre has given the country some of the best advocates, politicians and judges and law officers. Its graduates continue to shine in their fields and the college remains one of the most desired and reputed colleges of India.
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Hub of DU politics, and abode of legal knowledge.

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Last Seen: 23 Aug' 16

Joined On: 25 Jun' 15

Education Interest: Law

Posted on 23 Aug' 16 by Abhay
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Infrastructure is the least thing I am worried about as the ongoing struggle between the BCI and Law Fac says all. Faculty is the best in the country and library is the most well organized and extensively equipped with all varieties of law books A uniqueness of college life starts from the first day of college when u get to meet new people from a variety of backgrounds, from different cultures and regions and it is a beautiful amalgam of ideas, thoughts, and ideologies, the life becomes an exchange of minds.
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"Legally Hopeful"

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Last Seen: 23 Aug' 16

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Posted on 23 Aug' 16 by Richika Tyagi
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When I first decided to pursue a professional course in Law after my graduation, the first college that came to my mind is the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. I witnessed a tough competition and secures rank 17 in the entrance exam of Faculty of Law in which around 14000-15000 candidates appear every year. The first thing I noticed at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law was that first-year students are mostly taught by senior teachers who are experts in their respective subjects. This ensures a good base in law. I found the syllabus of Faculty of Law (CLC) being up to the mark and not being any less than 5-year law courses in quality or quantity. The infrastructure of CLC is average keeping in mind the number of students intake. But a new bigger building with better facilities is getting ready to accommodate the CLC students from the next session (2017-18. As a first-year and second-year student, I got opportunities to participate in moots, quiz competitions, debates, conferences, seminars, workshops, and other events organised at CLC and also at other institutions. I was also selected as a member of the moot court society of CLC through an intra-college competition. This membership allows students to participate in various national and international moot court competitions. My favourite part of CLC is the sports fest organised along with the cultural fest, in which I played games like chess, badminton, tug of war, cricket, and volleyball. CLC also has a placement assistance cell which helps students in getting internships but most students get internships through their own efforts and have been successful in bagging some great internships at reputed law firms, government agencies and commissions, NGOs, judicial internships, etc. I too got a judicial internship at one of the judges at Delhi High Court. Few MNCs like WIPRO select a handful of students every year through campus placement but the placements of CLC are not as that of NLUs or good engineering colleges. I found the crowd of CLC a very good blend of almost all types of students. One can find here really intellectual students with good academic records, MBAs, engineering professionals, a handful of persons with a medical background, persons working in a government job, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, wards of senior advocates, judges and senior government officers. I also got an exposure of the popular student politics of CLC while campaigning for some candidates for the elections of various posts of the student's union. Hostel facilities are available for both boys and girls but not so adequate to accommodate the whole huge intake. The fee structure of Faculty of Law is quite nominal. Overall my experience at CLC has been great till now and hopefully would be even better in my final year. Thank you.
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The best you can get for a three year law course.

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Posted on 22 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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CLC itself claims to be the best college for a three-year law course which might seem a little cocky, but I will let you decide. It's a college under the University of Delhi on its North Campus, very affordable and takes in students via its own entrance test which is my favourite method of admissions. Has a prime location in North Campus with a great crowd. The faculty is very experienced and enthusiastic with their subjects. Its students are accommodated in the university hostels since it doesn't have its own hostels. Placement cell is very active and tries to get students internships apart from placements. The college has a well-stocked library. The only let down would be the lack of a good canteen and the old infrastructure, which is not bad by any means but has not been modernised, and classes are not air conditioned which is an issue in Delhi summers. We have many good events and an annual fest, Moot Court competition being the highlight of the year and many good and active societies.
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Life starts here

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Last Seen: 21 Aug' 16

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Posted on 21 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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The college provides all kinds of facilities from library to extracurricular activities. But it lacks in infrastructure. The library and the computer room can hardly accommodate thousands of students. There are only 6 working computers. It gets harder for the students who wish to research on cases. The canteen is not good. It is affordable as the fees is merely 5000 per year.
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Excellent college Life and Exposure

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Last Seen: 21 Aug' 16

Joined On: 13 Jun' 14

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Posted on 21 Aug' 16 by Arun
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After got admission, I m feeling excellent college life..students are in this our college is very good..faculty is good, canteen problem is there...placement not good....but campus life is very good. So many activities maintained by the college...moot court organised by moot court society of the college..legal aid society of the college also to provide so many activities like..tihar visit...reformative centre...NGO etc..which is important for our career...
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Wonderful life in campus law centre after ug college life

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Posted on 20 Aug' 16 by PRASHANT SOYAL
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The Campus Law Centre (CLC) of the Faculty of Law offers a full-time three year LL.B. programme. It has consistently been ranked among the top law schools in India and has been ranked Second in the country by the India Today-Nielson survey of 2016. Quality teaching, moot-court competitions, campus placements, legal-aid services and regular talks and discussions by experts from academia and industry are some of the features which have established CLC as a Centre of Excellence. To facilitate a ‘case study’ teaching methodology, each student is provided an updated study material with relevant court judgments and reading material pertinent to each subject.This ensures an in- depth study of law and allows for active student participation in the class room. The CLC offers many co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and students are encouraged to take part in these activities in order to enhance their teaching-learning. The Law Faculty Library, University of Delhi was established in July 1924. The Law Faculty Library is one of the best and the biggest library in the country. It has over one lakh fifty thousand books and a large number of law reports and journals. It subscribes to nearly 140 national and international journals. The Faculty Library caters to the needs of students and researchers engaged in legal studies and intensive research, besides catering to the needs of the Bench and the Bar. Library has the proud privilege of producing the best of teachers, researchers, scholars, legal luminaries and jurists.
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Real life starts here !!

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The Campus Law Center, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi is one of the topmost colleges in India for making a career in Law field. The faculty of our college is well experienced. Our college provides free WI-FI services to its students. There is a computer lab which is fully equipped with the internet and adjacent to it is our College library where you can find all types of books for all fields of law. The availability of books is not an issue since there is a balance of availability of books per person. There is a college canteen where you can find almost everything from chips to Rajma Chawal. Although, the quality is not that good and the canteen is open.It is not properly built. Also, there is a book shop which covers all stationery needs of students. Our college has an active moot court society, legal aid society, and Debate society. The legal aid society conducts trips to juvenile homes and Tihar jail every year.The debate society is not that active. The elections during the month of August and September creates a zealous life on our campus as it is the hub of politics in North Campus. Students not only studies but also get to develop their skills and personality through various competitions and seminars .The crowd of our college comprises of mixed ethnicity coming from diverse backgrounds and different states.This gives students to learn from each other. The fee is very well affordable as it is a mere 5000 rupees per year. The hostels are provided according to the ranks scored by the individual. The hostels have all kinds of facilities, beautifully built, convenient and affordable.The food is easily available at all times.Our college lacks in infrastructure as it has a small library which can not accommodate thousands of students. Also, there are only 10 computers out of which 6 or 7 computer works properly. Free access to Manu Patra website is provided . Library remains open on all weekdays from Monday to Saturday from 8am to 7pm. Also, there are locker facilities for students. Our campus is lush with trees and greenery all around. One can feel like it is a park to stroll in. The fests of our college are happening. Due to lack of infrastructure, our college has a new building where all the classrooms are equipped with air-conditioners. The college has a placement cell which provides students with internship and placement opportunities. The alumni of our college includes Arun Jaitley, Kapil Sibal, Rohintan F. Nariman, Gopal Subramaniam, Mukul Rohatgi, Kiran Bedi, Meira Kumar and in fact most of the sitting judges of the high court are from this college. The college holds various sports competitions like a cricket match, Volleyball Match, Badminton Men’s Doubles, Women’s Singles Badminton, Tug of war, Skipping Competition, Street Soccer. The new building has a Moot court room of its own.
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Perfect ambience for law students

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Posted on 20 Aug' 16 by Prateek Yadav
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As everyone knows about the north campus of Delhi university, it has the prestigious campuses and one of them is campus law center. College was ongoing in a previous building yet since it's establishment i.e. 1924 but w.e.f. this year, it has a new well-equipped building beside art faculty. As far as placement and industry exposure is concerned, the college has it's own placement assistance committee which provides better career options to the students during as well as after graduation. The college has the well experienced and interactive faculty which deals with the students in a friendly manner and maintains the educational environment. The campus has the beautiful and natural garden area, rich library, Canteen, ground and an airy atmosphere.
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unmatched law school with unmatched experience

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Last Seen: 20 Aug' 16

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Education Interest: Law

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Faculty of law,(Delhi university) is India's top rated law school consists of three law center campus law center law center 1 and law center 2 different in these is only timing and location. What do you have to say about an institute that has Arun Jaitley, Kapil Sibal, Rohintan F. Nariman, Gopal Subramaniam, Mukul Rohatgi, Kiran Bedi, Meira Kumar and the likes on its alumni list? and students comes from different communities, state,profession ,a very good industry exposure the bad things is infrastructure,hostel facility,that's it but none the less in terms of the fee is affordable less than 8000/- per year
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Top Law school in the capital

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Last Seen: 21 Oct' 15

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CLC is one of the top law schools of the country and rightly so. The faculty consists of legal stalwarts and the level of academics is top notch. Infrastructure has been improved by addition of LC II building. The library is extensive and its air-conditioned atmosphere making it all the more popular. The lack of a proper canteen is a big turnoff though. Also, the placement programme for summer internship is still in its infancy.
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Best college for Law

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This gives insight knowledge of law and gives you access to best faculty and library in the country. I have gained a lot from this college and and its vibrant learning culture. I have learned a lot about international law from this college, which helped me in my career growth.
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A lifetime experience.

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It's one of the oldest law school in India. They follow the Harvard Law school program, which again makes it unique in India. The infrastructure is quite old as the college was established in 1924 and didn't undergo any restructuring after that. However the alumni is very strong. More than 80% suiting Supreme Court Judges are from my law school.
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