Choosing a career is not an easy task. The easiest step is to decide what you want to do in life. If you have chosen to become a lawyer or pursue a career in law, you have successfully completed the first step. You can proceed towards the next step, that is, picking a law school. For those of you, who had appeared for the various law entrance examinations this year, the decision may seem like a grueling quest. To simplify this for you and to help you decide better, VC Vivekanandan, Dean, School of Law, Bennett University has shared some valuable inputs. Read the complete article to read about what factors one should consider while choosing a law school.
Investing in a good legal education requires students to consider various factors like the location, faculty profile and multidisciplinary environment of the law school. With the CLAT scores released recently, the apprehension levels are high among the law school aspirants. They would soon have to choose an institution to incubate their legal career for the next five years. The large numbers of CLAT and LSAT takers point to an increasing interest among aspirants to acquire a legal education. Question is, are all the law schools in the same league? During the admission season, one can come across a new law school advertisement every day. So, how to choose the right law school amongst these? To choose the right law school, one can identify a minimum of six parameters. First and foremost, the location of the school is really important, because for the legal aspirants, ‘Lab’ is outside the school. With the compulsory credit course of the internship, they also need to move around to participate in moot courts, seminars, conferences, etc.
Secondly, the faculty profile decides the learning process and motivation to sustain five long years. A faculty line up which is drawn across the country and abroad brings in the various shades of intellectual scholarship.
Thirdly, the infrastructure in terms of learning resources is a crucial component to have an edge on the information and data mining of legal materials.
The fourth important parameter is global tie-ups. With the breach of the strict domestic-international barriers in legal education, the law school having academic and exchange tie-ups with global legal institutions will give the edge. However, there is a need to look deeply whether the logos of universities abroad are flaunted or provide actual interaction opportunities for budding lawyers. The next point would be the work-life balance. Festivals of arts and culture, sports complexes, etc will make for a positive legal professional.
Finally, ‘law’ is considered as an end product of the interdisciplinary discussion of arts, humanities, science, and management. If a law school is located in a multi-disciplinary university, it has its added advantages. Investing in legal education has to be an informed decision because the chosen law school is going to be your ‘home’ away from ‘home’ for five formative years of your personality and profession.
The law programmes of Bennett University, both integrated 5 Year BA LLB (Hons) and BBA LLB (Hons), have been developed keeping in mind these six parameters. They have been designed to help students make a successful career in any field, be it corporate, litigation, academia, or judicial services.
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According to me, Bennett university is best among the three.
But, Bennett university is comparatively expensive than rest.
You can get more details about comparison by using college compare tool by career 360.
Hope this helps!
This mainly comes down to your interest.
Comparing the colleges, both colleges are decent in their own aspects.
NIT Meghalaya is relatively newer, however being an NIT, you will be receiving good academics and placements there.
Bennett Uni. is also not behind in terms of infrastructure, decent academics, etc.
So, basically it comes down to your interest, whether you want to pursue CSE or you have interest in ECE subjects.
You could google some reviews about both colleges to get a better idea about it.
Both GL Bajaj Institute of Technology and Bennet University are good and well-reputed colleges for pursuing your career in B. tech. The faculty at both the college is pretty good and you won't complain about it. The main thing about comparing 2 colleges are placements and quite frankly, the placement score of Bennet University is a lot better as compared to GLBIT. Companies like Intel, Tata, Foodpanda, H&M, Hindustan Unilever Limited, etc. visit the campus regularly.
All The Best.
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