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For every year, we pay Rs 1,50,000 as our complete fees, including college, hostel, transportation, internet, etc. Along with that, we pay around 14000 every semester for our mess fees. All payment modes are acceptable but usually students pay via a demand draft. Online payment mechanisms are also provided. A caution money of Rs 25000 in a one time payment on admission which shall be repaid after you pass out. There is complete transparency in fee breakdown with all details specifically available at hnlu.ac.in.
The course curriculum is quite fair with an equal balance to academic as well as practical knowledge. We have two semesters every year and around 3 month break every year. In every break, we are suggested to intern under someone`s guidance to understand law better and in a more practical manner. Such internships also let students secure pre-placement offers. The exam structure consists of 60% weightage to end semesters and 20% weightage to mid semesters. Along with that 20% weightage goes to projects, PPTs and Vivas.
It's feasible. Around 10 Lacs for 5 years. But the policy is different for the students from ST and SC category. They get paid to study in there. Which is good and bad equally. Mostly the fee is feasible for all the classes.
It's by far the most enriching experience for me. Law school makes you grow as a person. It offer you the exposure that I think no other course can. Exam structure follows as one midsem and one endsem exam. No it's not a hectic schedule.
It's quite feasible. They charge for the facilities they provide us with. Even the mess fee is reasonable with 12k per semester as the fees in which they provide meals four times a day (breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner).
The course curriculum is really good with Arts subjects clubbed with law subjects in the first two years. Thereafter the focus is specifically on legal subjects. We have two exams in every semester and four in every years along with project submissions.
The fee structure of the college is quite expensive but the mess and hostel fees are quite manegeable.
The college provides a cource of BALLB(HONS.) five year integrated law cource and is quite well structured. In the first year there is one law and 5 BA subjects that reduces to none till 3rd year. After 3rd year all the subjects studies are law.
The fee structure of the law as a field is itself on the expensive side but Hidayatullah national law university is an exception it cost around 175000 per year plus the mess charge which can be calculated at around 13180 per semester The fees of other NLUs are on the upper side as they are costlier
HNLU currently offers the following courses: BA, LL.B (Hons.) - Integrated Undergraduate Law Degree Program (5 years) LL.M - Master of Laws - Postgraduate Program (1 year) Ph.D.  Courses offered Edit Undergraduate Edit The university follows a semester system in its undergraduate program, with the students studying a total of 56 papers in 5 years. The university earlier had a system of students declaring a major (Political Science, Sociology or Economics), but currently, it offers a single major, Political Science. In the 4th and 5th year, students have to choose two honors papers. All students are also required to study six optional papers during their 4th and 5th year. Postgraduate Edit The university offers a one-year LL.M Program which runs according to a trimester system. The specializations offered are corporate law, intellectual property law, and environmental law.
The fee is too high and not easy to afford. It's around 1,50,000-2,00,000.
I chose B.A.LL.B. because I feel it is quite interesting and it gives more importance to practical learning.
In the recent update of CLAT 2020, A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court for quashing the CLAT 2020 exam due to technical glitches and further the petitioners have demanded to re-conduct the CLAT 2020. The Petition has been filed by few of the CLAT 2020 aspirants, highlighting the proble
CLAT 2020 Provisional Answer key was released on September 28, 2020, and candidates were allowed to raise objections in the final answer key until September 29, 2020. The authority stated that, as there was no Fee to raise challenges in the Answer Key, a lot of candidates have made unnecessary chall
The Consortium of National Law Universities has released the final answer keys for CLAT 2020 candidates online at consortiumofnlus.ac.in on October 3. As per the clarification, the questions and answers which were found with errors have been removed from the CLAT 2020 Final Answer Key.
The CLAT 2020 answer sheets have been made available on the official website of Consortium of National Law Universities. Candidates who appeared for the exam can now access and check their respective answer sheets. CLAT 2020 was held in Computer-test mode on September 28 from 2 pm to 4
The Consortium of NLUs conducted the CLAT 2020 on September 28, 2020, between 2-4 PM across 203 centres in the country. As per reports, the CLAT 2020 question paper has been framed as per new pattern set in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. CLAT 2020 was concluded at 4:00 PM with stud
The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) have successfully conducted the CLAT 2020 today. The authorities are all set to announce the result on October 5 and thereafter carry forward the Counselling procedure from October 6. Following the financial crunch due to the COVID-19 crisi
Common-Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020 exams had begun today, September 28, 2020, from 2-4 PM across 203 exam centres in the country. About 78,000 candidates registered to take this exam in online mode. CLAT 2020 candidates have been strictly notified to reach the exam centre at least an hour
The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the AILET 2020 tomorrow from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. The exam will be conducted in more than 100 exam centres across the country, adhering to all the government set SOPs. AILET 2020 is conducted for admission to B.A. L.L.B. amd L.L.M. course
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Overall, the college is really good and it is upon you how you want to make the best out of the innumerable opportunities available. I believe the faculty can get better and more professionals can be recruited to teach. The mess facility was bad but with the new Vice Chancellor in our college, things are starting to get better. We also have juice shops, laundry services, AMUL, fast food centres and salons in our college itself. The library is huge and has access to all kinds of material we might need. Otherwise, the library is always open to suggestions on what the students need.by Madri Chandak
Yes. The placement rates in my college are increasing every year. Most of the students get a pre- placement offer that is the PPO. The upcoming batches are mostly good and at 50 students get placed at good law firms.by Sakshi Jha
The college is everything a law student can dream of. It has a large campus, state of art infrastructure, great faculty, serious students and a healthy environment to progress academically and become a social person.by Aditya Singh