- The best about the college is the efforts of the college to provide you internship, at the end of every semester. Faculties are good too. It's good to be here in this college if you are ok with getting admission in a private college.
The academics overall can be termed as good because, the faculties are too much friendly and educated in the same time. Nothing goes in vain, when a student learns with curiousity. And the faculties here, fill us with curiousity.
The college has its own placement committee, where particular students are representing their batch, and hence help them getting renounced placements as well as internships, which is the most valuable thing in a law student's cv
The college doesn't ask you to pay a hefty amount of money. Instead it offers a quality of education in less fees when compared to many law colleges out there in india. Also gives leisure to fill up the fees.
Campus Life is happening as well, as the college initiates and encourages the students to take part in different activities, and also help them in their overall development. It provides various opportunities.
Over-all, it's s a yes to get in if you are okay with getting up into a private institution. And it takes care of your carrier and makes you worth achieving success in life and getting the desired placement as well.
Yes the college is centrally placed in the city.
The Bar Council of India has authorised IFIM Law School, which was founded in 2014. Karnataka State Law University Hubli is associated with the law school. The IFIM Law School in Bangalore is a member of the IFIM group of schools. The institute has a total of 248 students enrolled each year, with a faculty of 9 members. In the full-time format, the law school offers two courses. The two IFIM Law School courses are B.B.A. L.L.B. and L.L.B. The law school, which is spread out over two acres, has plenty of amenities for students' comfort and convenience. With well-planned infrastructure and resources, IFIM is strategically placed in the heart of Bangalore's Electronics City.
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yes , clat or lsat marks in needeed. candidates m ust have qualified in any one of the entrance examinations, CLAT, LSAT or ILAT (IFIM’s Law Admission Test).
based on the marks criteria shortlisted candidate will call for personal interview and final selection will be made on basis upon the candidates academic record and performance in personal interview.