At NALSAR we recognise the importance of internships and placements in shaping the careers of our students. The university has partnered with both leading as well as upcoming organisations where legal skills developed in law school can be tested and honed by our students. In the previous years, top tier law firms and niche firms—both Indian and International—corporate houses, Public Sector Undertakings, regulatory bodies have regularly recruited from NALSAR. The vision is not only about continuing and strengthening the relationship with our existing recruiters whilst striving to expand our recruitment base by also forging conversations with organisations and people who have not recruited before. In doing so, the university aim is to cater to the diverse interests of our students by reaching out to not merely corporate entities and law firms but also to legal practitioners, law and policy research organisations and also various fellowships.
Campus placement at NALSAR is largely managed by a body of students with each outgoing batch electing its own Recruitment Co-ordination Committee (RCC). The students who subscribe to the RCC contribute to its funds for financing its activities. The RCC liaisons with the existing and prospective recruiters based on the interests of its subscribers. That NALSAR has consistently managed to place all its students is a matter of pride for the university, something the university shall continue to strive for. This, without doubt, is a result of the collaborative efforts of the administration, the faculty, the RCC and other students as well who have come together to ensure successful placements at NALSAR.
Masters courses at NALSAR are crafted to help our students acquire advanced, specialised legal training and equipping them to work in a multinational legal environment. The one year Masters degree has been laid out to include a rigorous course work, seminar presentation and dissertation work along with the opportunity to do winter internship. In the previous years, LL.M students have shown highest level of expertise and been placed in top tier law firms, corporate houses, Public Sector Undertakings and even academic institutions.
Campus recruitment is managed by LL.M recruitment coordination committee (LRCC) which is a student body nominated/elected from among the students who wish to join the recruitment process. The aim of the committee is to cater to the varied interests of students coming with different specialisations branches like Corporate Laws, International trade & business laws and IPR.
The continuous association with the existing and future recruiters backed by a strong network of alumni across various organisations has helped in maintaining a remarkable track record of campus placements for LL.M students.
Postgraduate (Business Administration)
Corporate interaction and exposure being an integral part of the curriculum, a large platform is provided to the students through a whole gamut of events round the year. The Centre for Management Studies, NALSAR keeps a close link with different organisations which has also helped in the making the course more dynamic and in tune with the requirements and aspirations of the Industry. Internships are a vital ingredient to the whole scheme of two year MBA course structure and thereby every student has to mandatorily do three internships in the span of two years (2 Winter Internships, 1 Summer Internship) which again is an added advantage of MBA course at NALSAR in comparison to other B-schools in the country.
Internships are managed by the MBA Internship co-ordination committee and is managed and funded by the students themselves. The Internship committee converts into Recruitment co-ordination committee in the second year. The committee is guided by a full time faculty coordinator and it is the result of concerted effort of the students and administration that in the very first year of its inception, MBA students have received tremendous response and acceptability from the industry. Internship committee was able to generate internship offers for all the students. Apart from a few international offers the batch received offers from many start – ups and well established companies. CMS is certain to receive similar response in the Recruitment process.
The Global Recruitment Programme (GRP) is the culmination of 5 gruelling years at Law School. At NALSAR, the winter internships and the GRP are entirely arranged and coordinated by the student body itself and thus, the terms and process of recruitment varies from batch to batch. Year after year Organisations have expressed their satisfaction at being part of the recruitment programme. Students at NALSAR continue to surpass the expectations of the recruiters and bring to the table a diverse skill set that make them an asset to any Organisation they choose to join. Recruitments at NALSAR are primarily a two step process. First, all Organisations are invited to give a Pre-Placement Talk at the University. These talks provide valuable information and insight as regards the organisational profile. They also offer an excellent opportunity for Recruiters to visit our Campus and interact with top notch Faculty and Students.
The second step of the GRP is the Final Placement. Recruiters are welcome to follow their own recruitment process broadly within the framework of the Group Discussion, Case studies, Written Tests and Personal Interviews. The RCC works to ensure that final recruitment is conducted in a fair and organised manner so as to maximise the interests of both Recruiters and Students.
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