Hi! I'm from Jindal. I'm not here to promote it or anything, however I thought I could provide you some inside perspective.
Jindal will go into it's third year right now and hence is absolutely new. Therefore, it has been difficult to rank it considering we don't have even one batch of students who have graduated. Having said that, I can guarantee that the faculty is as brilliant as they sound. In fact they are more than that, they are inspirational and some of your classes will practically change your worldview.
In these couple of years we have achieved a lot, although not as much as we wanted to, but it is important to consider that we have had our institutional hiccups (especially in the first year). We are not a Uni like Delhi which has an experienced VC at its head. Our VC is dynamic and probably the best amongst all law colleges, however needless to say, in the first year, we were all trying to get a semblance of college (faculty, VC and students) in the place, which lost us a lot of time.
Having said that, I can say for sure that Jindal is better than Symbi (having gotten into Symbi, GNLU etc. myself) and give us two (max three) years we will be at par with the likes of Jodhpur/Bhopal.
Placements should not be a problem at all considering that you can see that some of us have secured internships with White &Case (Abu Dhabi and Singapore) amongst other institutions (UNHCR, ICRC, AALCO, NHRC, AZB, AMSS, Khaitan etc. ). We have a vibrant Placement Cell already in place.
An edge that Jindal will give you is if you venture into research and academia because you will have a lot of faculty for advice, guidance and inspiration.
About the fees, I know it's a toughie. And as mentioned before, not all students here are rich kids who did not get in anywhere else ( people have left Symbi, ILS, GLC, and some of the lower rung nationals, actually as high as NUJS to be here.). However, given the scholarships provided to us, it makes it easier to take the decision. I know I took the decision after I got my scholarship. In fact, they keep offering you merit scholarships and studentships on merit basis, so you always have the pressure of studying hard.
I think the last thing that is worth mentioning is the liberal, relaxed environment that we live in. Sure, living in far off Haryana is a problem, but we manage, and so would you if you do come.
Best of luck with your decision. Do what best suits you! :)