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Extracurricular activities such as games and contests are organised by various cultural cells in college. The computer lab in college isn't exactly high end and the facilities are below average. Sports facilities are provided in the form of gym, table tennis, badminton, football etc.
We were guaranteed single occupancy rooms from Day 1. The sports and TV rooms were quite good and on campus, so it was quite convenient. There wasoon enough and more room for the whole college as it was roughly 80 per batch. The girls' hostel was usually considered better, as it hadoes a Japanese Garden and interesting architecture ! The food could've done with a lot of improvement in general but we lived next to some popular dhabas which was where our money would be spent !
Campus life was in a wild life sanctuary. Quite literally. There were tigers spotted on campus recently. It's Idyllic on campus, except for the hectic schedules and people running berserk over national and international competitions. The crowd was truly mini India. We had people from all over the country as it is a national level entrance exam. They were of all races and religions although sexual orientation was not to be discussed openly back then. People were varied in economic status too - from kids of bureaucrats to Richie riches and from more downtrodden sections of society. Politics and unions are banned in law school.
Gender ratios, Student/Dorm Parties, workshops, cultural societies or Student diversity and tolerance with regards to gender, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, politics and economic status of the college is absolutely in balance. People of the college as well as the city are very helpful.
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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This is one of the best law colleges in India. Recently it has been ranked 3rd best law school of India by. The best things about this college is, good mooting culture, amazing placements, good infrastructure, quality teaching etc. the city Bhopal is one of the best places to live in india. And the university is situated in a very green area near hills and dam. I was alloted this college on the basis of my rank in Common law addmission test.by Student
Positive remark is that the faculty is really do very well in their part. The campus is also very exciting and attractive. NLIU stands 3 best law college in India. Negative in terms of there is so much expensive fees for normal student.by Bhumika Marskole
The library complex at NLIU is gigantic with more books than any other library in any other national law school. Additionally the seating area for the library spans three floors and over 200 students can use the library at any time.by Syamantak Sen