Talking about Symbiosis Law School,Pune and Jindal Global Law School,Sonipat.Both colleges are considered as the best private colleges for LAW in INDIA.But if we look towards the fees of these 2 colleges,Jindal Global Law School is much expensive than Symbiosis Law School,which is drawback for those who want colleges at affordable price.Now if we talk about the placements,Jindal Global Law School placement is better than Symbiosis Law School,but it does not cover the ROI.So,both the colleges are in TOP 3,but its your choice that whether you want college at affordable fees or college with high fees and good placement.
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Based on previous cutoff statistics, it is indicated that usually the last students to secure admission in Jindal University have scored around 50 percentile in the LSAT. It is a highly reputable university accepting students from the 80+ percentile range. However, cutoffs vary each year, so you can keep a lookout.
As far as I know, you should not face any problem while getting scholarship at such a great percentile. But There are different terms and conditions for providing scholarships so you would have to read those of JGLS in order to know if they would provide you the scholarship.
Yes you can get the schlorship from the government. As you belong to the scheduled cast then you can expect your reinburreimbu of fee. For bc obc students we can ecexpe the schlorship that is given by the government. So you can expect your schlorship from government they will be paying directly to the high university and some of the amount will be getting into the bank. For more information about the colleges and courses go through the below link.
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The whole information regarding lfat law entrance have been mentioned on the website of career360 including cut off for the different colleges. you can refer it for your purpose. here is the link for the same https://law.careers360.com/articles/mh-cet-law-result
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