ICFAI University has invited applications for admissions to five-year integrated BBA LLB programme for the academic session 2015. Candidates can apply for the five-year integrated law programmes in the university from the official link below. The last date for applications is June 26, 2015.
Candidates are required to fill in ICFAI University Law Admission Form 2015 through online mode only. Candidates need to remit an application fee of Rs. 600 through any of the modes including Credit Card/Debit Card/Internet Banking. Those applying through Demand Draft, need to draw the DD in favour of ‘The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education – Fee Collection A/C’, payable at Hyderabad.
Candidates need to go through the eligibility criteria below before filling in ICFAI University 2015 Admissions Form.
Eligibility Criteria for ICFAI University Law Admissions – The minimum eligibility criteria for selection and filling in ICFAI University BBA LLB 2015 admission form is the candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with an aggregate of 50% and above marks in any discipline through English medium. Applicants need to attain a maximum age of 20 years as on August 3, 2015.
ICFAI University Law 2015 Application Form – Click here to Apply Online
ICFAI University also accepts CLAT/ State Level law Entrance Test scores but the scores are not mandatory.Stay tuned to law.careers360.com for more news and articles on ICFAI University Law Admissions 2015First Published on April 6, 2015
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When you compare the National School of Business with the ICFAI University of Dehradun on a broad basis, you will find that ICFAI is far better than the National Business School.
The fees of both the institutes for all courses is nearly the same. When you look at the institution type and institution rankings, the ICFAI is a Deemed to be a University, whereas the NBS is a Private Business School. ICFAI is one of the top ranked institutes whereas the NBS lack in rankings.
When coming towards the faculties and facilities, then according to the revies of experts, the faculties are more talented and experienced in the ICFAI and it provides better facilities too. Talking about the faculties of NBS, the faculty lack in experience.
Talking about the placements, then the placement ratio of NBS is not much good. Whereas in ICFAI, well renowned companies like L & T, NIIT Technologies, Think and Learn Pvt. Ltd., etc, visit the campus for recruitments and offers a good package to the students. The median package offered is about INR 7 Lakhs per annum.
So, if you are thinking of either NBS or ICFAI, then I think that you should go for the ICFAI Business School for sure.
.No, ICFAI foundation college is also for the students who wants to study engineering and law... Apart from engineering and law, college also provides a platform for business students... The College is the platform for different kinds of streams.ICFAI Hyderabad offers Ph. D full time programme, Ph.D part time programme, Ph.D in Economics full time, Executive MBA, BBA, PG Program in Analytics part time, Certificate courses for executives, M.Tech in Manufacturing Systems Engineering, B.Sc Mathematics/Physics, BA LLB and LLM programmes. For prospectus and qualification, check: http://www.icfaiuniversity.in/ifhe/Programs.html
Placements in ICFAI for MBA students are pretty good. Most of the students get the job with their specializations. Placements are very good and noticable in case of Marketing, finance, HR. Every year more than 400 companies come here like Amazon, JP morgan, Zenoti, Arcesium, Vedanta.
Hope it will be helpful for you.
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