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JGLS places 24 Day Zero students into jobs for 2020 • CAM takes 7, AZB 6, KCo 5 • 98 of 484 participated

JGLS manages to marginally improve previous year’s Day Zero start of campus recruitments
JGLS manages to marginally improve previous year’s Day Zero start of campus recruitments

JGLS Sonepat’s 2020 graduating batch have secured 24 Day Zero accepted offers and pre-placement offers with seven law firms, with 98 out of 484 three- and five-year LLB students participating in the organised campus recruitment activities.

Including 4 IndusLaw offers accepted on Day One of recruitments, the total is 28.

Out of the 98 of 484 students graduating in 2020 who participated in campus recruitments, 76 (out of 394) came from the five-year programme, with 22 (out of 90) from the three-year LLB course.

The largest recruiter across the board was Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas with 7 accepted offers, followed by AZB & Partners with 6 and Khaitan & Co with 5.

Trilegal and Anand & Anand each hired 2, while Argus Partners and L&L Partners each extended 1 accepted offer.

IndusLaw, which came on Day 1 of recruitments after Day Zero, made 4 accepted offers, according to data provided by JGLS.

Day Zero was held on 28 February 2019, with Day One following on 1 March.

This year’s Day Zero tally of 24 at JGLS is one higher than last year’s Day Zero total of 23.

For its 2019 final recruitments, JGLS had placed 29 into law firms, with a total of 83 jobs including litigation.

Other law schools’ Days Zero this year

JGLS 2020 Day Zero results

Recruiter Day 0 offers accepted PPO Day 1 Totals
AZB & Partners 5 1 - 6
Khaitan & Co 3 2 - 5
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas 6 1 - 7
Trilegal 2 - 2
Argus Partners 1 - 1
L&L Partners 1 - 1
Anand & Anand 2 - 2
Indus Law 4 4
TOTAL Day 0 + PPO 24
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