Bachelor of Business Administration [BBA] + Bachelor of Laws [L.L.B.] | Batch of 2019
Written on 27 Dec 2017
The timing is from 9 am to 2 pm for the 1st years and from 12 pm to 5 pm for others. Teaching is loaded with internal assessments and a written exam. Amazing experience overall.
BBA + LLB course fee at OP Jindal Global University, [OPJGU] Sonepat is INR 3,27,500 per annum. The scholarships are available. It depends on your domicile and LSAT grade. The scholarship is given only to few students.
Yes, Jindal has good placements. However, many students get placements through internships and PPO's apart from the campus placements process. Salaries are never shared. Amazing alumni network.
There are 10 hostels and the fee mentioned earlier was inclusive of a hostel. PG options are there. Food is good. The infrastructure is good.
We have student Run societies including the moot society, the debate club and other societies such as theatre, Performing Arts and Rotaract club etc. We also have a lot of festivals going around on campus.
The candidate must clear the LSAT exam and must have passed the 12th from a recognized institute. Minimum 70% cutoff mark is required.
You can get admission via JEE exams or directly coming to our campus. And you may also apply using our site for better knowledge
Our college provides a vast internship for 7th-semester students and summer training for 5th-semester students in private and government department. The placement is very good here many multinational companies comes over here for the placement cell. The highest package was INR 20 lakhs and the annual average package is INR 5-6 lakhs
In the fee department our university is a little bit expensive then other colleges and universities it costs INR 100000 per semester including hostel which means INR 2 lakhs per year. Our university also provide loan for the people who are unable to pay the fee
The academic work here is fantastic but there is a lack in the communication between teacher and student but the teachers over here are well educated and they clear our doubts ve...
The admissions process is divided into three rounds. Round one deals with the submission of your application form that includes your personal information, grades, statement of purpose, and extra/co curricular activities. The same will be followed by a telephonic interview. If eligible for round two, one is required to take the JSAT (Jindal Scholastic Aptitude Test) if they haven\'t taken the ACT, SAT, or LSAT already. Moving on, round three deals with the university providing you with a provisional offer depending on your class XII board marks.
The university does provide internships in all fields of journalism and however, the majority tend to get one for themselves. Students have often been placed in big media houses while some venture into start ups or local printing houses to get an idea of how things work. Apart from these, there are also internship opportunities on campus with some providing a stipend too. There is no alumini network as o...