Army Institute of Law - [AIL], Mohali - Reviews

Mohali, Punjab BCI Estd 1999 Private NAAC Grade A Ranked 21 For Law By NIRF 2021 +4 more

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7.7 out of 10
7.5/10Academic
8.5/10Accommodation
6.5/10Faculty
7.7/10Infrastructure
7.2/10Placement
8.5/10Social Life
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PB
6.8 /10

Remarks :

Nice place to be where you get a good exposure since you get in touch with people from all backgrounds and all parts of the country. Further, the students are self motivated as they are inspired by their seniors. The management isn't much student friendly and doesn't respect the privacy of a student's life.

5 /10 faculty
6 /10 placement
8 /10 social life
8 /10 course
7 /10 hostel
7 /10 campus life
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AH
3.7 /10

Admission :

There is an All india entrance examination wherein out of a total of 80 seats per batch, 60 are reserved for wards of serving/retired army personnel, 16 are reserved for punjab domicile students and 4 seats are reserved for all india civil category. The test for fairly simple and there was no negative marking either. I chose it because it is a bit cheaper than the other options and the students you meet share a common background which is usually helpful.

Placement Experience :

The placement and job opportunities are at the worst place they can be. There is not a single law firm (corporate or litigation) which comes to the college for placements. There is no concept of day zero in the college. The organizations that come are primarily insurance firms which give a less than sustainable offer which has to be taken by the students because of the inherent lack of choice. The college doesn't even provide internships in law offices and discourages anyone who wants to apply and intern on their own. There is no attendance relaxation shown for students who are interning and there is no internship break given by the college, hence the students have to miss classes and intern at the risk of getting detained (yes this has happened). The college always maintains that the internships are a personal responsibility and the college doesn't care about the students internships. The college doesn't have the authority which has the expertise to run like an actual law college.

3 /10 faculty
3 /10 placement
3 /10 social life
5 /10 course
4 /10 hostel
4 /10 campus life
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SG
9.0 /10

Remarks :

I grew up in this college. I was protected and free at the same time. I was never a party person so the curfew timing never was my enemy though for some it was a huge deal. The culture of Punjab is also beautiful and we're situated close to the hills.

9 /10 faculty
7 /10 placement
10 /10 social life
8 /10 course
10 /10 hostel
10 /10 campus life
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DB
9.2 /10

Remarks :

AIL is good. I really like the college. Obviously it has some flaws but it has more merits than demerits so overall AIL is a good college to be studied at. The only bad is the area that it is small in area but quite good to hold the strength of 400 students.

9 /10 faculty
10 /10 placement
10 /10 social life
9 /10 course
10 /10 hostel
7 /10 campus life
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A
7.8 /10

Remarks :

The college has huge potential and all students have this fire to keep on achieving something and winning something. The college should be as enthusiastic about hiring teachers as it is about mooting and other competitions. Other than that is college is a great place to learn and grow. It provides you ample opportunities for the same, you just have to grab that.

5 /10 faculty
8 /10 placement
10 /10 social life
5 /10 course
10 /10 hostel
9 /10 campus life
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kd
9.3 /10

Entrance Preview :

I gave law entrance test. This is a law college and i am interested in law department thats why i choose this college.

Placement Experience :

Yes, placement is given by college approx 80 % were placement in my college .

8 /10 faculty
9 /10 placement
10 /10 social life
10 /10 course
10 /10 hostel
9 /10 campus life
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