NLSIU: Waits for them to come to BangaloreNLSIU: Waits for them to come to BangaloreNLSIU Bangalore has seen all of its 76 students in the 2011 batch kept busy after graduation, with 63 participating in the recruitment process and all of them finding desk-based jobs with Indian law-firms, corporate houses or foreign law firms.

Commenting by email on the recruitment figures, Saurav Samaddar on behalf of the outgoing recruitment coordination committee (RCC) said that the trend was consistent with last year, only that this year recruitment was biased more heavily towards law firms rather than companies, which had recruited more heavily last year.

In addition to the 55 students who were placed in Indian organisations, 8 were placed in foreign law firms such as Herbert Smith, Linklaters, Norton Rose, Allen & Overy and Ashurst.

Of those, only Norton Rose and Ashurst training contracts were secured via the RCC while for the rest were the fruits of students’ own endeavours.

Top domestic recruiters were Amarchand Mangaldas with 12, Luthra & Luthra with 7, and Trilegal and Dua-breakaway firm Tatva Legal with 5 each.

Domestically, only four jobs came through pre-placement offers (PPOs), while the rest were campus placement offers, said the RCC member.

In addition to the 63 students securing desk jobs, four students would pursue litigation as a career with one student each going to the high courts in Madras, Bangalore and Punjab and Haryana, as well as the Supreme Court respectively.

Two students each are trying to clear the judicial clerkship process and civil services. The remaining five students are going to pursue LLMs at foreign universities such as University of California, Berkeley (two students), Oxford University (two students) and Turin (one student).

Kumar added on behalf of the RCC that the recruitment process was slightly better than last year owing to the better market conditions and a large part of the batch was placed “early on this year” – 15 job offers were already made in May of last year by record-early recruiters.

The 2010 NLSIU batch saw weaker placements with only 96 per cent finding places, although again eight had joined foreign firms.

Comparatively speaking

Nalsar Hyderabad’s 2011 batch also hit a 100 per cent quota for a batch of 79, around one-and-a-half months before NLSIU, also benefiting from record early campus recruitment runs in early 2010.

Three Nalsar students received offers from foreign firms, while eight students received offers of which the vast majority consisted of top US and UK law schools.

NUJS Kolkata has not yet released its recruitment figures, which it is in the process of finalising.

Check out Legallypedia’s rolling law school recruitment tracker Wiki, as well as the Campus Recruitment page that contains all officially reported campus recruitment stories to date.

NLSIU Bangalore 2011 campus recruitment (all figures provided by RCC)

Domestic recruiters

Number of students recruited

Amarchand Mangaldas

12

Trilegal

5

Luthra & Luthra

7

J Sagar Associates (JSA)

3

AZB & Partners

1

Majmudar & Co

1

Mulla & Mulla

1

ITC

2

Tempus Law

1

Bank of India

4

McKinsey

2

Tatva Legal

5

HP

2

Khaitan & Co.

4

Financial Technologies

1

Wipro

1

Infosys

1

S & R Associates

2

Foreign firms recruiting

Number of students recruited

Herbert Smith

1

Linklaters

2

Norton Rose

3

Allen & Overy

1

Ashurst

1

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Recommend! +8 Objection! -5 UJ 2011-06-02 20:16  controversial
Any law aspirant wants to know- why NLS?

The above is the answer.
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Recommend! +2 Objection! -0 noojie 2011-06-08 22:45
oops. So I see NUJS kicked ass. Arrogant much? Eat my shorts! One would only hope that THE law school didn't have to try so hard to place a measly sum of 63 kids of which 8 had anyway found their way to foreign firms. 55 domestic jobs, of which only 49 worth reporting. NUJS: 93 offers, 72 domestic jobs. (If you happen to be one of those haters with moral issues with LPOs despite their perks, 70 jobs worth reporting.)
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Recommend! +2 Objection! -5 Noojies rock 2011-06-02 21:03
it is quite evident that NUJS has not been able to place all its students...yet it is taking refuge of last year's placement picture to lure young students through its student run various websites...

i can understand when u r energy goes in washing plates how do u expect the students to study.......
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Recommend! +2 Objection! -3 Legal Poet II 2011-06-02 21:37
hahaha.

Washing plates, if anything, make you grounded. And NUJS has had stellar placements this year too. (Just like last year's).

See details here www.barandbench.com/brief/9/809/377-choose-law-firms-209-choose-in-house-and-98-choose-lit-career-paths-of-nlsiu-nalsar-and-nujs-graduates
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -1 Legal Poet II 2011-06-02 21:40
And why should be this year's placement any different from last year's placements?
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -0 Nag 2011-06-02 21:56
Yeah well them and their initiatives. Apparently NLS has no research. I was told this by an aspirant who talked with some people from NUJS. Also I read the maligning going on against Nalsar.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Foool 2011-07-11 23:15
NLS has plenty of research, a fair amount originating from student committees, and some from the Centres. most of the Centres announce new projects well in advance so that students can sign on as researchers/assistants. they also accept student proposals. Case in point: CSSE, which had students working on lacunae in slum housing in Bangalore last year. In addition we have strong ties with organisations like ALF. a regular mailing list is circulated by one committee notifying research opportunities.

Oops, guess you don't have much research. Next time, ask students, not aspirants.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Child 2011-07-12 01:07
Mummy, dekho na yeh mujhe chidha raha hain :P

Why you you ppl behave in a childish manner :P

Projects ? Oops. I have friends over there and they say they start their project few days before submission and cut, copy paste prevalent.

There is a world outside your college, try to see where you are lagging for last few year and cope up with that.

God Bless you :P
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Recommend! +2 Objection! -3 Noojies rock 2011-06-02 21:04
dear 1 please read this:

Nalsar Hyderabad’s 2011 batch also hit a 100 per cent quota for a batch of 79, around one-and-a-half months before NLSIU, also benefiting from record early campus recruitment runs in early 2010.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Noojies rock 2011-06-08 22:59
'record early campus recruitment runs in early 2010' benefited NUJS the most. NUJS was the first to host 4 law firms on Day Zero of recruitment (with firms wanting to visit NUJS before other schools), and surged ahead with spectacular placements at top schools.
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Recommend! +2 Objection! -2 Legal Poet II 2011-06-02 21:05
Superb show!

But why only NLS?

NALSAR was just as good. Am sure NUJS placements are equally good!
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Recommend! +11 Objection! -2 Not Again 2011-06-02 21:19  interesting
Man, Can you stop this ? I know you are a 1st year student of NALSAR.

Please Grow Up.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Dunkirk! 2011-06-02 21:46
Correctum. They would be second years now. :P
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -1 Not Again 2011-06-02 21:54
Even then :P Hope they become mature enough soon :P
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Recommend! +2 Objection! -3 nalsar 2011-06-02 21:37
its ok man, plz no more NALSAR-NLS debate....both r equally good...

But yeah wanna make pt here......We shdnt have law schools which cannot guarantee 100% (for those interested in jobs)...like GNLU, HNLU, NLIU, RMLNLU, RGNUL...ETC..

GNLU ONLY 50 PLACED OUT OF 120
HNLU -70%
RMLNLU- 10 OUT OF 180
RGNUL - VERY FEW

we shd only have NLS, NUJS & NALSAR as recognized law schools..
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Recommend! +4 Objection! -1 Nag 2011-06-02 21:53
Just ask NUJS to stop popping in between. I mean you are not even part of the annual cricket tournament? Want a place as scorer? Or well no, send over Poets to us and stop asking the first 50 to leave NLS or for that matter that other law school in Hyderabad.
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Recommend! +5 Objection! -0 Snape 2011-06-03 20:55  interesting
The extensive anti-NLS and anti-NALSAR propaganda that is being carried out by Noojites is a little repulsive.Even though I am an 18 year old who is going to join NLUD this year and is yet to get a taste of life in law school, I feel uneasy about everything that NUJS does. From the setting of the CLAT paper to the various groups on facebook, Noojites have being doing only one thing- trying to prove that they are better than NLSIU and NALSAR. This has become particularly unpleasant because Noojites have started maligning the top 2 law schools in every possible way. This is influencing the students in a very negative manner. Why can't we all let them decide for their own selves? Please Noojites, stop this smear campaign that you are carrying on!
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -0 Really? 2011-06-03 01:38
Why do you associate recognizing law schools with placement again?
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Snape 2011-06-03 20:46
I guess you need to get your figures correct. The batch that passed out from RML this year has 80 students only. The strength was increased to 160 in the year 2008 I guess. The total number of placements from what I know is 20.
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Recommend! +5 Objection! -2 NALSAR is GOD 2011-06-02 21:50
You challenging NALSAR superiority? How dare you ? Dont you know we have just baked a cake to celebrate our placement part, and you are guys are ruining it.

Let me tell you one thing, souls of RamjethMalani, Nani A. Palkhiwala, Hidayatullah reside at NALSAR?

Obama just commented that we need to follow the tradition which NALSAR follows.

These kinds just got admitted in NALSAR and are living in a dream where NALSAR is considered to be equivalent of GOD.

How dare you to break their dream ? They have just landed in CAR which can make them reach their destination without driving it.

You should apologize to these people.



@Poet - At least you get sane!
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -1 Noojies rock 2011-06-02 21:55
i understand u r frustration...ur RCC will place u ...try harder may be u will find job
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -1 NALSAR is GOD 2011-06-02 22:17
Quoting Noojies rock:
i understand u r frustration...ur RCC will place u ...try harder may be u will find job


I am not from NUJS man. Nor I am interested in this placement( I know another comment would be "Can your college place you" ).

To be very honest, I dont understand what gives NALSAR guys so much arrogance ? Please keep yourself on earth, just cracking a stupid 2 hour exam doesnt make you the "KING OF THE WORLD".
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Recommend! +7 Objection! -3 Rohita Mal 2011-06-02 22:02
NUJS really couldn;t place 100 % ?

I guess i need a college where i'd have more than a 2x2 tile to live on. :P Placement is the only incentive that college had anyways :P
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Recommend! +2 Objection! -2 paranoid NALSAR 2011-06-02 22:47
And what are NALSAR students doing? Calling up CLAT aspirants to not join NLS and NUJS and join instead the depression ridden NALSAR?

The [...] and [...] faculty is driving students mad!

NALSAR is paranoid!
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Recommend! +7 Objection! -0 Marlboro Lights 2011-06-03 10:00  interesting
Right and what about the things we are hearing about NUJS students telling those ranks that usually go to Nalsar?
Nalsar is dead. No academic research. No growth. Regionalism. All faculty have left. Toss a coin! Right! Sure.
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -1 Ulta chor kotwal ko dantae 2011-06-03 10:29
We all know how NALSAR students (more than 10 first years) are sitting on the heads of the CLAT kids and forcing them to take NALSAR instead of NLS or NUJS.

The NLSIU guys are doing it more subtly: ask NLS!
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Recommend! +3 Objection! -3 Open v. furtive 2011-06-03 10:32
And well NLSIU and NUJS guys are doing whatever on open forums: blogs and facebook pages. Anyone can debate upon and discuss things are.

NALSARians have been so unethical as to actually hunt the top rankers and call them up; feeding the aspirants with untrue things. This is furtive.
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Recommend! +9 Objection! -2 @ 6 2011-06-02 23:00  interesting
Did you even bother to find out how many students from the passing out batch in GNLU have been placed. Please abstain from commenting unless you have the correct numbers. I am not disputing the fact that NLS,Nalsar and NUJS form the top brass. But i m sure even these 3 will find it difficult to place 160 students,the way it is in GNLU. However, the official figure in GNLU stands at around 96 not 50.Even in NLS many students don't take part in the recruitment process because they manage to get PPO's. More than 95% of the students who were interested in desk-jobs have managed good jobs. More than 12 students are going for LLM's abroad to places like Oxford, Cambridge,Yale,Harvard,NY U and UCL berkley. and many going for litigation and civil services. If you want to verify these claims then you can. GNLU has come up in such a short span with only its 3rd batch passing out because of the quality of the present passing out batch which has students with some outstanding achievements and of course the Vice Chancellor has some wonderful jugaads in the United Nations being an international civil servant for 17 years. He placed 2 students from the previous batch directly in United Nations. One of them is a faculty at UNITAR Geneva and another at the International Law Commission. In fact ,the only law student assisting the MEA delegation from India to International Law Commission,Geneva is Shubang Setlur, a student of the 2011 batch and GNLU's flagship review's editor in chief. All these achievements should be applauded instead of being criticized.
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Recommend! +4 Objection! -3 Aymen 2011-06-02 23:25
Here we go, "just one more time!"

Oh, and as far as propaganda goes, the amount of anti-Nalsar propaganda that I've heard from the CG kids has choked my phone inbox.

Can we call it a truce, please? LET THE KIDS DECIDE. THEY HAVE THE FACTS.
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Recommend! +4 Objection! -2 You too 2011-06-02 23:40
Quoting Aymen:
Here we go, "just one more time!"

Oh, and as far as propaganda goes, the amount of anti-Nalsar propaganda that I've heard from the CG kids has choked my phone inbox.

Can we call it a truce, please? LET THE KIDS DECIDE. THEY HAVE THE FACTS.



ANd, anti-NLS campaign by your own Mr. [...] and others. Please dont tell me that you ppl dont do that. I have heard enough from many aspirants.

RIP!
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Recommend! +4 Objection! -4 Aymen 2011-06-02 23:59
I am sure you did. Clubbing "us" into one bracket is something you might be used to, I am not.
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Recommend! +5 Objection! -1 You too 2011-06-03 00:24
Buddy, that bracket is because of moderation
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -1 Aymen 2011-06-03 04:44
Hahahaah!

*He didn't even understand!*
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Recommend! +19 Objection! -0 dhruv 2011-06-03 00:15  interesting  top rated
kian, we so adore you for all the free entertainment you provide. this is akin to the saans-bahu TV soaps with the same predictable perpetual storyline. i'm-better-than-you-so-st fu! :P

i think its because most NLUs are budding institutions, with a lack of an established (i.e. a 30-40 year) track record of placements, moot wins etc (this applies to the top 3 as well).

maybe with time the students of the NLUs will imbibe some maturity as this nagging sense of 'insecurity' regarding their moot wins/ big-law placements/ faculty/ kind of cutlery the institute provides... will dwindle.

the smart kids in *all* these law schools know that the institute itself doesn't count for anything unless you yourself put in effort. the only downside to this mudslinging is that the aspirants who're trying to figure out what will be the best institute for them might get swayed by all the crap that people dump on these threads.

disclosure : i'm from NUJS.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Utkarsh 2011-06-03 02:21
I just want to know , if any details could be find out about those who leave law firms , just a year after they are placed ? That would help me 5 years from now , choosing my right path . Thanks :)
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Recommend! +9 Objection! -4 Simple Law Firm Guy 2011-06-03 10:03  interesting
Things are simple enough. You have the rank. Don't think twice. Go to NLS. You have the rank to get Nalsar. Again don't be fooled by the anti Nalsar campaign. Go to Nalsar. Don't make it to these two? Go to NUJS. Nothing less than the other two. But I read a post by a (probable) NUJS kid. Tossing a coin for your future? Well you could so long as the coin is the one you had from Sholay!
Oh yeah and Big Law! Oh we stay in these forever and retire at the mature age of 60. No health problems. None at all.
Cheers!
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Recommend! +3 Objection! -0 ... 2011-06-03 02:48
Don't butt in kid. Let the elders do the talking first.

Believe me no one is interested in how GNLU is doing or for that matter not doing at this stage.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -3 F!@#$%& 2011-06-03 11:16
All you guys its no point discussing on this stupid issue. We all know hoe crappy all law schools in India are. Be it an NLS or NALSAR or NUJS. All equally shit and don't deserve to be out on such high ground. In my opinion the entire National Law School system in India is fucked. A way for people running these schools to make money. There is no return, National Law school students get. I bet of you go an ask a fresh graduate from any of these schools the general principles of contracts more than half of them would know jack!!! These students are just filled with attitude and nothing else. Except a few who actually show their worth by getting an LLM in say a Harvard or an Oxford.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Benjamin Bufford Blue 2011-06-03 13:46
"I bet of you go an ask a fresh graduate from any of these schools the general principles of contracts more than half of them would know jack!!!"

You sound like a disgruntled law firm associate. Hang in there, bro.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 A holistic perspective 2011-06-03 14:59
Here is a very sane and holistic piece of advice:

Law school rankings are for idiots. What should you look out for during choosing a law school? Here is the URL clathacker.com/profiles/blogs/law-school-rankings-are-for

You'll enjoy it!
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Recommend! +2 Objection! -1 disgraceful 2011-06-03 17:25
LI (loyal chamcha of SILF/BCI) is fooling us into believing that the job scene in India is great. The fact is that is NLSIU's recruitment stats are not as good as previous years. this only proves that the job scene in india is worsening. LI, please grow a spine and tell the truth. We need liberalisation so that all the law graduates can get decent jobs instead of just a few.
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Recommend! +2 Objection! -3 Noojie 2011-06-03 18:22
Why do people ignorant about facts post such comments about NUJS? What makes NALSAR students so stupid and arrogant? NUJS has almost twice as many students as NLS / NALSAR and 2011 batch had almost everyone placed (last I heard from a senior in that batch). 2012 batch has 13 PROs already before recruitment has started. Recruitment starts June 27 and surely half of this batch will have jobs before they even attend class in 5th year.
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -4 MeanBitch 2011-06-03 18:31
I will never get a job now. This just sucks.
I should shift to HNLU. They seem to be having super-studly placements.

- NLSIU Batch of 2016
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Recommend! +4 Objection! -0 :| 2011-06-04 14:35
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NLS Batch of 2016?

That means you haven't even entered NLS yet. 1st July or whenever college starts is when you can officially start calling yourself and NLS student.

Not good.
Your senior.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 :| 2011-06-04 14:38
an* NLS student
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -0 Anjali 2011-06-04 18:20
Why can't we just be happy at the fact that NLS had 100% placements, NALSAR too had 100% placements and others if not 100% are doing reasonably well?
Like seriously!
Why do we have to waste so much time in pointing fingers at others?
We know NALSAR is an excellent place.
NUJS will know about their own college.
And NLS will know about theirs.
Who are we to dictate choices?
Whatever allegations have been put on NALSAR 1st years is saddening! I am one of them.And whoever is maligning 1st year NALSARites name, please go get a life.

Whatever one says, all the tier one colleges are OF EQUAL STANDING with slight differences here and there.

I really appreciate what Dhruv said. You decide your own life wherever you go. No one has a right to say that a student from a small college in an Uttarakhand village. Who knows they may rise more than any NALSARite, Noojie or NLSian!
Peace.
Hope the kids are sensible enough to make their own informed decisions.
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -0 Happens 2011-06-04 20:28
Maligning? Go, get a life.

They are calling up aspirants not choose NLS and NUJS.

It is now a well established fact Miss!

I second your other points made by you. But those are not allegations, but in fact reality.
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Recommend! +1 Objection! -1 Babaji 2011-06-05 05:26
It's been "well established" by what standards, now?

And somehow, YOU seem to know more about NALSAR (the reality v. the allegations, which weren't even mentioned by Anjali in the first place) than most NALSARites do about themselves, how? Don't they like, give you work at whichever community-ish college that you go to?

And if you do know which "facts" (/allegations) Anjali's talking about, were you one the jobless ones?

And as far as "they are calling up aspirants not choose NLS and NUJS" goes, "they" were taken care of, and the aspirants were duly apologized to. And really, "they" didn't need to tell ANYONE that they shouldn't choose the latter college, the name didn't really come up. :)
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Happens 2011-06-05 15:55
Well Established because I have heard it from many aspirants, LegallyIndia also accepted this ( Read Issue 99 )

Hey, why dont we send a letter to BCI and Law Ministry stating that some students from [...] have started coaching ?

Oh! Our government is against coaching. Havent you heard about new Bill ?

Beware! Be Legal.

LegallyIndia, are you going moderate this comment? But please tell the reasons before doing that.

[Partially moderated because repeatedly threatening to bring a group of students to the attention of the BCI for sanction appears to be motivated by factors other than fair comment and appears to lack any legal or moral grounds. -Ed]
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -2 Happens 2011-06-05 15:59
And "They" were telling some aspirants about the back-draws of that latter college. And, trust me I am seeing many students are preferring that latter college over the former one, and that is why "They" are not able to bear it.

Let aspirants decide.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Babaji 2011-06-05 16:14
Exactly! Let them decide. But yet, the "facts"(?) fly thick and fast.

Research is dead. Regionalism. In the middle of a forest. Professors teaching in Tamil. Really, now?

Do something constructive with your time, please?

As for "coaching": that is exactly what we don't do. And it's obvious that from your comprehending skills are as good as the quality of open spaces in your college (read: zero).
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Happens 2011-06-05 16:35
Oh! really man ? Not a coaching. Aint they selling ? Dont tell me that they are not selling.

Washing plates, Small Campus, Comments on Bengalis, really now ? Thats what "they" have been doing.

I have not seen any of them to "praise" that college at any point of time. On the other hand, that latter college students do praise the former one.

Learn something.

Constructive ? See inside your collar first, then shout at others.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Babaji 2011-06-05 23:55
Coaching constitutes a lot more than just "selling", but then, for that you need a library, something that you wouldn't have.

But I thought, washing plates kept you grounded and it is in furtherance of this purpose that you undertook such an exercise? No? And small campus? But isn't it one? And please, no one even talked about Bongs, except the ones talking about Nalsar "Bongs are cornered in Nalsar" - really, now?

Maybe, just maybe, if this vilification campaign by your collegemates hadn't started, you'd have seen more praise. Apart from a few losers, your college has some very bright brains, as I've personally known a lot of them. Very very disconcerting to see the rest of you ruining the name for them.

I've "seen" my collar, and I agree that someone has been stupid, and we've acknowledged that publicly. Would, you "Happens", do the same? But then, honesty really isn't your strong point.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Stranger 2011-06-05 18:38
Grow up Kids!! for all those concerned about a bunch students from certain law colleges lobbying, stop being so sensitive. Everyone does it (I don't see the point, though). I can assure u, from what i have seen in my last 5 years in a law school; aspirants don't prefer (barring few, you can count them on your fingers) HNLU,GNLU,NLIU,NLUJ to NLS,NALSAR or NUJS.
Assuming that a CLAT aspirant is of a decent intellect, he has enough information floating around to make his own decision.
with NLUD now in the picture the dynamics might slightly vary but nothing to create a mass upheaval. to be honest to the extent of being blunt, the only reason people go colleges like HNLU,GNLU,NLIU,NLUJ (they are doing great at this point of time) is because they couldn't make it to the top three.
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 apple 2011-06-11 21:49
what about the LLM students? How did their recruitment go...? Why the one sided affair??
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Recommend! +0 Objection! -0 Sharad 2011-08-31 14:39
nice information !!
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