best college for Law in Nashik!???
Here is the list of top law colleges in nashik based on 2020 ranking.
Navjeevan law college
Yashwantarao chavan maharashtra open university
Gokhale education societies N B Thakar law college.
karmaveer Bhausaheb hiray law college
Mari Gurashani law college
Sanyog college of management studies
BK Birla college of arts science & commerce
Vidya prasarak mandal TMC law college
BN Bandodkar college of science
M.S.college of arts,science, commerce & BMS.
M.S.College of Law.
Hope this information helps you.
All the best.
I got 57 marks in mhcet law 5 years which college can I get suggest me
According to your marks you scored you stand a less chance in getting seats in top laww colleges since the cutoff remains at 100+ marks.You can go for Manikchand Pahade Law College, Mumbai which has a low cutoff of 55-85 marks and you can get this college if this years cutoff comes to be this.Howevercutoff changes year to year and you can get colleges accordingly .But this is based of last few Years statistics.You can also go for St. Wilfreds College of Law, Mumbai as this college also has a lower cutoff as compared.
I have gujarati quota and I am a ms, i have scored 79/150 in mh cet law, can i get admission in prain gandhi college of law
Congrats on your score in MHT LAW CET. As per the Cut Off for MHT LAW CET, 2018, your score was under the closing scores of Pravin Gandhi College, Law School, Mumbai. Your score was also under the closing scores of Manikchand Pahade Law College, Mumbai.
But these are based on Cut Off of 2018 and it can change every year. It is difficult to predict them. Let's hope for the best!
Hope this is helpful!
All the very best!
i have scored 79/150 in mh cet law, which colleges can i expect to get admission in.
With the scores mentioned by you, you can try getting into following colleges:
- Manikchand Pahade Law College Mumbai
- Shri Shivaji Maratha Law College Pune
- Shankarrao Chavan Law College Pune
- Vidya Prasarak Mandal TMC Law College Thane
- St. Wilfreds College of Law Mumbai
For complete list of colleges which you can get at your score, use our college predictor tool from link below:
I have got 55 Marks and my rank is 7015 in mht law cet will I get admission in law college an which are those college.
You will need to provide more information regarding your query, like you category, domicile, etc. MH-CET admissions are based majorly based on state domicile seat reservations as well as category reservations so it is hard to predict based on just your rank.
Nevertheless, here is a link for more info on this.
Do comment or ask again for more information
hi my self reddy complted btech in 2010 from hyderabad now i want to do by law course so kindly suggest me
actually there are two types of law courses in overall India one is of 3 years law course and another is of 5 years integrated law course. If you want to to get into law course after completion your BTech I can suggest you for the three years law course,which is llb course.a lots of colleges which provides admission with some admission test or direct admission. Here is a some list about that
- DU LLB
- TS LAWCET
- BHU LLB
Click on the link below to know more about this
what is result date of MHTCET 5 years law 2020 ?
The result date of MHT CET law 2020 is 5 December 2020. This is tentative date there can be some changes in the date. So for detail information about result or any other thing you can visit official website so you will get all information.
Hope my answer will help you
after completion of BE-CIVIL ,I am taking admission in LLB .So particularly which course of LLB should i prefer. (for eg. should i prefer BA LLB /Diploma in labour law and welfare /LLB/diploma in taxation law etc.)
You have already completed BE Civil Engineering, so go for LLB directly. LLB is a three year course and is more preferable other than the diploma courses, as you would grab more internship opportunities in law firms and get self employed easily. You do not need to go for BA LLB as it is an integrated course and is of five year duration.
I would suggest you to go for LLB in Construction Law. Because it would be the most suitable course according to your civil engineering background. I suggested this specialization because most of the construction companies and real estate firms have civil cases nowadays. They have many disputed lands issues and many other issues also.
Get a list of LLB colleges in India:-
Hope this helps!