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Yes, my college has all the necessary infrastructure, facilities and equipment. It has 2 well resourced library, A computer Room with subscription of Manupatra and other legal journals. WI-Fi connectivity and smart board is also available. Living space is well maintained, clean and spacious and food is also healthy and hygienic.
I am studying B.A. LL.B (Hons.) and I want to pursue for litigation. It is paradise for preparation of Judiciary, UPSC and other civil services examinations. Due to the presence of High Court in the city, it is also one of the best places for litigation.
The placement cell of our college is established but it is not that much active as students in my college don't want to compete for company or law firm. For one who want a place in Judiciary, the college will definitely help him/her.
The cost of the course is Rs. 45k/year. Yes, I feel it is worth it as it is one of the minimal fees a college asks for. Apart from this, we also have a low cost hostel which has a home like environment.
Campus Life is full of adventure and one can learn a lot of things from the campus. It will definitely make one ready for all the challenges which would come in the upcoming life. It shows all the phases of life.
Faculty has a good infrastructure...and all basic amenities... though they need to be maintained more systematically... library need to be a bit more furnished and spacious...all in all a good experience ..the space is clean and the food is hygenic
Academic could have a scope of improvement in scope of corporate sectors.the curriculum has developed it in a nutshell strictly based on civil orientation...so a lot of scope in judiciary and litigation
Sadly....you wouldn't find a placement cell here...companies don't visit here much often for settlement due to lack of corporate hub...people interested in a well paid corporate life need to work it up themselves as the faculty is not supportive enough in corporate field
Value efficiency is the key feature of Faculty...one of the most cost effective law schools when it comes to worth money
Campus life is nice...a gud ambience , supportive staff and gud bunch of seniors
The worst part is lack of gym, a decent canteen in the faculty or playing spaces. The air-conditioned classes are great equipped with cameras, mics, speakers and projectors. There is a decent auditorium, a moot court hall, seperate common rooms for boys and girls, two libraries, wifi throughout the campus and hostel, good computer laboratory and the hostels have playing spaces. The hostel cleanliness and mess food are terrible and the university doesn't use smart platforms.
I being a student of BALLB hons. am satisfied with the quality of teaching. The faculty is filled with great lawyers and preachers of the art and there are frequent lectures from High court judges and even the chief justice of high court. The curiculum is the best if you want to go for judiciary and there is moot court competition and.Also PCS(j) results here are unparalleled with almost 10% of the selections being from here. But the curiculum and academics aren't for you if you want to go in co
There is a placement cell but it is inactive. You'll have to make your own efforts to build your resume up for placement in a top law firm because the faculty doesn't care about corporate at all. You'll have to find your own internships but on the flip side you'll become well connected while studying here and that'll help quiet a bit. There are examples of alumnii that are working in top law firms and as law officers in PSUs and big companies but you'll have to make your own way there.
The fee is a meagre 45k per year which is nothing at all for the facilities you get here. Instead of paying in lakhs at Symbi or Amity, you get a way better teaching here and if you don't want to go for corporate then there is no other university bar BHU, JMI and AU that give you this for such a low cost and even BHU costs more so.
Most of the University campus is beautiful and classic. It doesn't look modern but rather like beautiful forts and has lots of greenery and open space. There are hostel fests, college fests and multiple parties. Sports facilities are great with every form of playgrounds. The university is spread around in 4 faculty spaces right in the middle of the city. The hostels are also spread around the city instead of being all in one place so it's like an open city campus and that's amazing.
The University has had a great history and prestige and has added value because of it's college politics. It has given numerous prime ministers, presidents CMs and chief justices. It has a great record in administrative examinations and judiciary. The only issue is the atmosphere isn't very corporate and flashy so pick your own poison I guess.
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LFAT is conducted by University of Allahabad for admission of integrated law program, namely BA-LLB. The tentative date for exam is fourth week of May, 2020.
Eligibility Criteria; Candidate needs to have passed 10+2 from a recognized board with 45% marks for UR category, for OBC it's 42% and SC/ST it's 40%.
LFAT is conducted for a duration of two hours with total 150 MCQs in offline mode, total seat intake is 120.Each correct answer carries 2 marks. There is no negative marking. Syllabus includes Language Comprehension,General Awareness and Current Affairs,Reasoning, Mental Ability and Legal Aptitude ; each consists of 50 questions for 100 marks.
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Allahabad University offers various law programs such as BA-LLB, LLB, LLM, Dphil, LLD.
All above-mentioned courses are offered full-time, there's no correspondence course here. Moreover, law courses in distance mode aren't recognized by BCI. So, it's better you go for full-time if you're interested.