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The 10 Best Things About Top Law Colleges In India

  • BY Saurav Anand

  • Jul 18, 2021

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Landing among the best Law school doesn’t come as easy as it seems to be. No wonder it needs a hell of a lot of patience, hard work, determination to fetch one’s dream job in this field. What is significant to note is that a career in the Legal field in India does not surely mean serving clients in tribunals or courts but it has a wider variety of scope. Apart from giving advice to parties, government agencies, individuals, and businesses on legal disputes and other issues, Law graduates can also work as Judges, Analysts, Litigators, Consultants, etc. career options are wide open for an upcoming lawyer in this field such as the judiciary, one of the most prestigious job then second comes Corporate law, it touches on the obligations and rights of all of the personalities involved with training, controlling, operating and accomplishing a corporation. Corporate law is meant to be beneficial for business. It’s not meant to make it more laborious to get things done. The work profile further gets intensified when one specializes in a field of choice. if you are wondering that what jobs are there in law then, have a look at some of the major profiles or sectors you can operate in to build a successful career in Law So, the basic thing is that we should study seriously on regular basis irrespective of any the field in the area of law
Moreover, we have a lot of opportunities in 2021 to facilitate our studies and experiences which we will discuss in this blog.

Introduction

LLB as we all know is a well-known professional degree of law provisioning to a legal profession. These courses can be pursued either for 5 years or 3 years by graduates and undergraduates respectively. The course concentrates mainly on LLB subjects like Family law, Labour law, Conciliation, and Alternative Dispute Resolution systems, Indian Panel Code (IPC), Legal Writing, Mediation & Arbitration, legal Drafting, etc. Choose the right course for you Before landing into any law college or university the first and foremost thing is to decide the right course for you, in which you want to make your career.

Here are the prime law courses over various specializations and education levels that you can choose from

  • B.Com LLB
  • BA.LLB
  • BBA-LLB
  • BSc-LLB
  • LLB
  • LLM
  • Master of Business Law (MBL)
  • MBL-LLM


Research your Law School Before Starting

Don’t go by rumor or saying, decide yourself what you exactly need to do. Having a clear roadmap in your mind at the start of Law School can give you the headstart you need to get you before you go. Here are some of the information you can do to be better prepared:

  • Research the area of your college surrounding. Where to have meals, where to shop, where to get essentials.
  • Research the branches of your college. The location of your college, committees, editorials, research cells do you need to get involved in and which subjects or courses to take up further.
  • Research about your faculty members. Their CV's resumes, achievements, etc will help you familiarise yourself with them beforehand and know who is going to teach you and grow your worldview and representations for the next few years.
  • It's to better understand the areas you need to excel in on an individual level to stand out amongst the crowd. Also, know about where your university lacks
  • Having a basic idea about the functioning of your Law school will give you a clear head start in operating through the challenges or difficulties you will inevitably face.
  • Communicate to your seniors and discover more about how to flourish in your university. Seniors often give the most helpful advice, as their experience is fresh and firsthand

Admission Process

Law, as a professional degree being in great demand among students. But to get admission into any recognized law college in India, the students must fulfill the required criteria, so that they are eligible to appear for the examination.

  1. Candidates appearing for any law school should have finished their class 12th exams from any recognized school educational board of India or either should have an adequate alternate qualification.
  2.  If the candidate belongs to the OBC or General category or is a specially-abled person, then the minimum marks required in class 12th exams are 45%. Whereas, In the case of ST and SC candidates, the requirement is reduced to 40%.

Entrance to Clear for Best Law School

To get admission to the top law colleges in India and abroad, the interested students need to either go through a rigorous selection procedure or needs to clear Law entrance exams. Given are the names of the exams that you need to clear in order to start a career in Law
● Common-Law Admission Test [CLAT]
● All India Law Entrance Test [AILET]
● Law School Admission Test [LSAT]
● IPU-CET (Law)
● Army Institute of Law Test [AILT]
● Cambridge Law Test
● Law National Aptitude Test [LNAT]
● DU LLB exam

Best Law Colleges in India

Multiple college ranking agencies like NIRF, Outlook India, The Week, release their ranking reports of various educational institutes in India every year. The reports are based on various parameters like placement, faculty, infrastructure, course module, etc. These colleges are ranked as per their achievement in the parameters set by the ranking agencies, as every parameter has its individual weightage.

  • There are a total of 1111 law colleges in India, out of which 354 are public, and the remaining 757 are the top private colleges in India.

  • For the interested aspirants who aspire to pursue their further studies in the course of LAW, here is the given list of top law colleges in India based on the NIRF Ranking in 2021.

The very first version of the NIRF ranking was issued in the year 2016. Here are the top best law colleges in India, on the basis of NIRF Ranking 2021.

COLLEGE NAME

NIRF Ranking
2021

ANNUAL FEE (INR)

NLSIU Banglore

1

1,97,125

NLU DELHI

2

1,33,000

Nalsar University of Law,
Hyderabad

3

2,42,000

IIT Kharagpur

4

4,50,000

NLU Jodhpur

5

2,54,000

The West Bengal, NUJS,
Kolkata

6

2,43,600

Gujrat National law
university

7

1,86,000

Symbiosis law school, Pune

8

3,20,000

Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi

9

10,400

The Rajeev Gandhi national
university of law, Patiala

10

1,76,000

NOTE: NLSIU Bangalore and NLU Delhi have held the first and second rank respectively for 3 consecutive years.

  • The highest improvement this year has been dispensed by Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, which has jumped by 2 positions.

  • NLU Jodhpur has also shown an improvement of 1 rank, replacing NUJS Kolkata at the 5th spot.

NIRF withstands for National Institutional Ranking Framework. It ranks almost all the educational institutes in India on various important criteria/parameters such as,
➢ Teaching, Learning & Resources (TLR)

➢ Research and Professional Practice (RP)                 

➢ Graduation Outcomes (GO)

➢ Outreach and Inclusivity (OI)

➢ Peer Perception

In this twenty-first century, students after finishing their schooling are getting more attracted towards law than any other professional course. The shift in preference can either be due to the comparatively less competition in this stream or maybe because of the growing career prospects. Students who choose to pursue their higher education in the legal field have handsome career growth prospects in the government sector as well as private sector In a very true and basic sense, the law can be understood as a set of commands or rules imposed on its people to maintain the harmony, peace, and welfare of its country by the nation. LLB stands for ‘Legum Baccalaureus’ which is a Latin term or Bachelors of Law is a five-year integrated course with courses offering, BSc (Bachelor of Science), BA (Bachelor of Arts), or BCom (Bachelor of Commerce). Initially, LLB used to be a three-year-long course after completion of graduation. Some colleges like Punjab University, Delhi University, Government law colleges of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka still offer 3 year LLB courses. After completing their bachelor's, many students start with their legal practice in courts or join a law firm or enroll themselves in the master's degree, which is known as LLM (Magister Legum). LLM is a two-year-long
post-graduation course in law after PG interested students even go for their Ph.D. in Law.

Here are Various Types of Law Careers
● Corporate Lawyer
● Litigators
● Paralegal
● Lecturer/Professor of Law
● Public Prosecutor
● Banking and Insurance: Specialist Law Office, Administrative Law Officer
● State-Level or Local-Level Judge
● Investigator
● Criminologist
● Litigation Support Professional
● Solicitor

Conclusion

Law school, despite all its hurdles, is a way more lavishing and the most rewarding experience of your life. It not only gives you a tag of the lawyer but also teaches you the work ethics, awareness about the legal world and keeps you updated with all new basics amendments. You just need to conquer in the right way and in the right direction.

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