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Title: The Indian LAW College and a Basic Snapshot on Each - See more at: http://theopusway.com/indian-law-college-basic-snapshot/#sthash.BdVVEEbd.dpuf


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The Indian LAW College and a Basic Snapshot on
Each
  • A list of leading law colleges you should
    definitely consider in case you make the cut 

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OPUS gives a complete lowdown on law colleges in
India which is the dream institution of every law
aspirant.
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1.  NLSIU - Bangalore
  • National Law School of India University
    (NLSIU) Bangalore, Karnataka, ranked 1 out of 25
    in India.
  • Absorbs 80 candidates for a five-year,
    full-time undergraduate law course and charges a
    yearly fee of Rs 1.21 lakhs.
  • Very good placement performance every year,
    both corporate houses and law firms make a
    beeline for candidates passing out of this
    college.

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2. NALSAR University of Law
  • NALSAR Law College holds the second position
    in the India located at Hyderabad
  • Its course is structured by the best legal
    minds from India and abroad.
  • It charges Rs 1, 22, 000 per year not too
    steep vis-à-vis other institutes of great
    recognition.

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3. Faculty of Law, DU
  • Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, New
    Delhi, occupies rank 3 out of 25 according to
    India Today report.
  • This leading law college charges Rs 11,757
    per year and it conducts its own entrance exam
    for admission.
  • Welcomes those students who have not taken
    the CLAT route.
  • In the first year all subjects are
    compulsory, but in the second year and third
    year, a student has the freedom to choose one
    subject of his choice

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4. NUJS - Kolkata
  • The West Bengal National University of
    Juridical Sciences Kolkata,(NUJS) ranked No 4
    according to India Today report.
  • Charges an annual fee of Rs 2.14 lakhs.
  • It offers excellent placement in law firms
    with lucrative packages as high as 50 lakhs per
    annum.

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5.  NLIU - Bhopal
  • The National Law Institute University Bhopal,
    currently finds a berth in the top five law
    colleges.
  • It charges an annual fee of Rs 1.71 lakhs
    and has a trimester course pattern.
  • It offers excellent placement scope, with
    leading law firms visiting the campus

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6. Symbiosis Law School
  • Career India ranks it No 7 out of top 10 law
    colleges in India today.
  • Symbiosis Pune features as a leading law
    college, with an annual course fee of Rs 2.12
    lakhs.
  • Corporate companies recruit the sharp and
    brightest minds from the campus by offering
    salary packages up to Rs 15 lakhs, with an
    average salary of Rs 5 lakhs.

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7. ILS Law College, Pune
  • It is ranked no 7 by India today. MH-CET-
    LAW 2017 is the way to gain admission here.
  • Leading companies and premier law firms
    visit the campus every year with attractive
    salary packages. 
  • ILS, Pune, has an affordable and feasible
    course fee structure, with annual fees of Rs
    33,000

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8. GNLU, Gujarat
  • It is ranked in the list of top ten law
    colleges
  • It charges an annual course fee of Rs 1.43
    lakhs per year.
  • It offers good placement opportunities, with
    an average of Rs 7 lakhs per annum and the
    highest of Rs 14 lakhs till date.

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9. NLU-Jodhpur
  • It is ranked no 10 according to the India
    Today survey.
  • It charges an annual course fee of Rs 1.74
    lakhs.
  •   The placements and job opportunities are
    excellent, with almost 100 placement. The
    highest ever placement from this college was an
    annual package of Rs. 48 lakhs. Quite
    unbelievable, isnt it?

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We pray that you end up making the right choice
just like you made the right choice of
entrusting OPUS to mentor you for success in the
CLAT exam. Wish you all the best! Read the blog
for more details http//theopusway.com/indian-law
-college-basic-snapshot/sthash.sUGqkVb7.dpuf
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