Which college is good for law in Bangalore?

Which college is good for law in Bangalore?

Which college is good for law in Bangalore?

Top Law Colleges in Bangalore with Shiksha Rating

Name of the College India Today’20 Ranking
NLSIU, Bangalore 1
Christ University, Bangalore 11
M.S. Ramaiah College of Law, Bangalore 18
CMR University (School of Legal Studies), Bangalore 19

Which is the best National law University in India?

Top NLU Colleges in India

  • National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU)
  • National Law University, New Delhi (NLU)
  • National Academy of Legal Study and Research University of Law, Hyderabad (NALSAR)
  • National Law University, Jodhpur (NLUJ)
  • The WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (WBNUJS)

Which NLU has best placement?

A: NLUs such as NLSIU Bangalore, NLU Delhi, WBNUJS Kolkata, NLU Jodhpur, HNLU Raipur and GNLU Gandhinagar have the best placements among all NLUs.

What is the highest package of NLU Bangalore?

The highest CTC of INR 18 LPA was offered to the students during NLSIU Bangalore Placements 2020….NLSIU Bangalore Placements 2020 Highlights.

Particulars Statistics
Placement Year 2020
No. of Offers 44
No. of Total Students 80
No. of Students registered for Placements 58

Is MS Ramaiah good for law?

Ramaiah has been improving every year with the joint efforts of the students, management and the faculties and almost all students who appeared for placements in 2014-15 have been successfully placed under lawyers, at law firms and corporate houses.

What is a good rank in CLAT?

As per the CLAT exam analysis , the good score in CLAT will be near 100. It can give the candidates a seat in the top 3 NLUs. Getting a seat in NLSIU Bangalore with a rank of 80 or more will be difficult for candidates who are from the general, all India category.

Is Du better than NLU?

Pursuing law from DU will cost much less than pursuing law from an NLU. In order to get admission to CLC, DU, candidates have to complete their graduation degree first. NLUs allow students to apply right after they have completed their schooling.

Why NLU fees are so high?

The reason behind establishing national law universities (NLUs) was to improve quality of bar and bench, and produce better lawyers and judges. Since governments are not funding NLUs, they largely act as self-financing institutions, charging a high fee.