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Nalsar final 2019 recruitments: 100% jobs for 52 looking, AZB goes on Hyderabad spree

Nalsar Hyderabad’s 2019 graduating batch has again found jobs for all of its 52 recruitment coordination committee (RCC) members, out of a total batch of 77.

The largest single recruiter was AZB & Partners, which hired 10, followed by Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, which hired 7, and L&L Partners, which picked up 6.

The other large firms included Trilegal (4) and Khaitan & Co (3), and Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas (3).

One student each was picked up by Majmudar & Partners, S&R Associates and Verist Law.

One student will be joining international firm Herbert Smith Freehills on a training contract.

A total of 8 students joined corporates (led by two students each joining Edelweiss Asset Reconstruction Company, ICICI Bank, and Vedanta; GMR and HDFC Bank each picked up one).

A total of 7 had joined public sector undertakings (including two on a one-year internship with National Mineral Development Corporation).

The RCC was run by students Rahul Joshi, Ritika Banerjee, Sadhika Gulati, Shubham Sancheti, Shubhi Goyal and Shreejoyee Bhattacharya.

In a statement, they thanked the administration, adding: “Furthermore, we thank our alumni for extending immense support and guidance throughout the recruitment season.”

RecruiterAccepted offers
Law firms
AZB & Partners 10
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas 7
Khaitan & Co 3
L & L Partners 6
Majmudar & Partners 1
S&R Associates 1
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas 3
Trilegal 4
Verist Law 1
International firm
Herbert Smith Freehills 1
Edelweiss Asset Reconstruction Company Limited 2
Gmr Group 1
Hdfc Bank Limited 1
ICICI Bank Limited 2
Vedanta Limited 2
In-house PSUs
National Mineral Development Corporation Limited 2
Rural Electrification Corporation Limited 1
Steel Authority Of India Limited 4

Vice chancellor (VC) Faizan Mustafa commented in a statement: “Nalsar had introduced some major changes in its curriculum in 2013-14 and I am glad that these changes have started giving us rich dividends.

“The quality and competence of my students has been globally recognised and it gives me immense satisfaction that each year my students are improving on the placement record of the previous year. I wish all my students the best for all their future endeavours.”


The 25 other students in the batch are “intend to pursue careers in Civil Services, Judicial Services, litigation, entrepreneurship, as judicial clerks” and some have “gained an opportunity for further studies at prestigious Universities such as University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Cornell Law School, University of Chicago Law School, University of Pennsylvania Law School and New York University”, according to a statement from the RCC.

Nalsar did not share final recruitments in 2018, but in 2017, Nalsarites had scored 100% jobs for 58 RCC subscribers (out of a batch of 74).

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