NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad

Read Student Reviews of NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad

Chittkrishna B.A. LLB (hons), batch of 2021
16 Mar 2017
Admissions:
  • The Admissions for NALSAR can be got by clearing CLAT. For general category, admission closes approximately at an all India rank of 125 out of 38-40 thousand.
Harsh B.A. L.L.B.(hons.), batch of 2019
15 Jun 2016 Rating :
College Infrastructure:
  • 5 Boys Hostel, 5 Girls Hostel and one for post graduates.
  • All the students have to live on campus.
  • The food it decent.
  • The quality of classrooms, the library, the dining hall, Wi-Fi and other key infrastructure are top notch. Costs a little too much though.
Placements & Internships:
  • Internships with Voices of Youth, Centre for Legal Studies, Centre of Air and Space Law, Nishith Desai Associates, Procter & Gamble and Manu Law Firm.
  • Every company hires lawyers!
  • The salary figures are comparable to the salary of students who graduate from IITs and IIMs.
  • The alumni are helpful. If you need help with anything they are always willing to help, if they have time.
Fees and Scholarship:
  • The fees for an Indian citizen is around INR 2,00,000. The fees for SAARC citizens is double the amount and for foreign nationals is double that amount.
  • There are a few scholarships available. An average of one in ten students have a scholarship.
  • Loans may be needed as it is a five year course.
Academics & Faculty:
  • Classes are from 9:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M.
  • Students have to submit one project per subject.
  • We have our mid-semester examinations during February and August and end-semester examinations during April and October respectively.
  • The method follows interactive classes with some teachers following the Socratic teaching method.
  • The overall experience is quite above what I expected, it is above par.