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The college purely takes in the students on the basis of their MHCET scores. So I applied for MHCET and gave the exam. Then I applied for this college individually. When the results were out, I checked the website of the college list the merit list was displayed, I found my name there and then went ahead for the admission process.
The placements are tight as it is still a developing institution. So the college does everything in their means to impress companies to recruit on campus. Not all the students get placed but majority get jobs. The college doent provide any internship as such.
The Central India College of Law has been granted an approval of affiliation by Bar Council of India, New Delhi. In order to get admission in this institution, the student should be a graduate with atleast 45 percent and will have to give the entrance exam. The students will be selected on the basis of merit in the entrance exam.
The College has a guidance and placement cell which helps the students to find job opportunities. They aim at overall development of the students and provides them with many opportunities to enhance and develop their interests and skills.
On October 1, 2020, State CET Cell released the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET) admit card for its five-year MAH-LLB course entrance exam, online. The admit cards are now available for download on MH CET Law 2020 official website (cetcell.mahcet.org). Details and direct link pro
Nagpur: The final year online examinations of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) also known as Nagpur University were postponed as the non-teaching staff across Maharashtra continued their strike. On Tuesday, the RTMNU Director of Board of Examination (DoE
The Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra has released the revised dates for MH CET Law 2020 for three year LLB course. The exam will be conducted on October 2 and 3 in multiple shifts. MH CET Law 2020: Three year LLB Important Dates The important dates for MH CET 2020 3-year LLB course is gi
Maharashtra State CET Cell has released a circular on September 28, 2020, to inform about the new exam dates of MHT CET exam 2020. Candidates who have registered for the examination can check the revised schedule here or at mahcet.org. As per the revised schedule released by the MHT CET cell
After back-to-back meetings on Saturday i.e. September 06, 2020, Mumbai University (MU) decided to hold all of the final theoretical exams, including ATKT, in the multi-choice question (MCQ) format online. Students will be able to give the exams from their home. Each test will be held for an hour
MH CET Law 2020 is scheduled to be conducted July 24, 2020 (5 year law program) and August 6, 2020 (3 year law program). The online application portal for both the programmes closed on July 8, 2020. The level of difficulty of the paper was reasonable to difficult. Tabulated below i
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University has issued a time table for the Summer 2020 examination. Students can check the Time Table on the official university portal. The pdf of the time table is available on the official site and the link is highlighted on the homepage of Nagpur
MH CET Law is a common state level entrance examination which is conducted for the admission in 3- year LLB program or 5- year Integrated LLB program by DHE Maharashtra. Through the law entrance examination, candidates will get admission in the various law institutes of the state in the two most rep
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The College has a guidance and placement cell which helps the students to find job opportunities. They aim at overall development of the students and provides them with many opportunities to enhance and develop their interests and skills.by Unnati Jain
The placements are tight as it is still a developing institution. So the college does everything in their means to impress companies to recruit on campus. Not all the students get placed but majority get jobs. The college doent provide any internship as such.by Preetha Venkatesh