Law School Review: Changing Faculty But Great Peers at DY Patil Deemed to be University, School of Law, Navi Mumbai



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DY Patil Deemed to be University, School of Law, Navi Mumbai


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D Y Patil University, School of Law Sector-7, Nerul, Navi Mumbai.

Good things about the University based on your personal experience

The law college has an array of students from wealthy and well educated backgrounds, some of whose parents are also lawyers so it provides an added benefit to interact with these children. You get great exposure in terms of the crowd. The canteen of the new building is great and has a variety of food range with amazing seating. The price is very reasonable too.

Bad things about the University based on your personal experience

The law school does not have proper management. Since mine was the first batch, even though many batches came after me but the management handles everything badly. There are no actively functioning societies and committees. The fees is not justified by what is being offered here.

In terms of facilities too, the classroom is bare adequate. There have been no resources given like SCC and Manupatra. No competitions and moot courts take place. Along with that, they don’t help you to get internship, I don’t know what they’ll do at the time of placement.

The faculties keep changing at all times and they are barely qualified to teach the assigned subject. The only benefit of coming into this college is networking with wealthy and influential children. If you want to study, you should go to some better college.

How’s the faculty

The faculty, as mentioned above, keeps changing. It causes for a lack of consistency. The faculty also is barely qualified to teach the subject they’re assigned. The replacement of the faculty is given to anyone available to join asap instead of them going through proper screening. The timetable because of this keeps changing and the students are left clueless.

Rate the faculty out of 5


How’s the infrastructure? Mention some of the things that exist.

The infrastructure that is provided in college is bare minimum. With the fees that is paid per year, the classrooms barely consist of the basic facilities. The AC mostly doesn’t have a remote which has to be borrowed from another class. The college has been promising a new building with world class facilities classroom but it seems like a hollow promise.

Rate the infrastructure out of 5


How’s your hostel experience

I have never lived in a hostel ever but I had a look of it from inside. It is quite good and you get to make new friends too. But there are too many restrictions, I think. So, it is better to stay out of the campus.

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How are your peers?

The peers are all from good background. You will feel like you are surrounded by people who you can look upto in terms of style and conduct. I learnt a lot here about taking care of myself. There are not too many studious children so it’s quite easy to be a topper.

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How are the placements in your college?

I have an idea that the placements will happen but I am not sure which companies are going to come into college for the same. We are the first batch to go through recruitment so it’ll be a surprise for us too.

Rate the placements out of 5


How are the co-curriculars in your college?

The co-curricular activities on campus are nil due to the reason of Lockdown too but already there is only one or two active committees, rest of the committees are not doing any activities and they only exist in the name.

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Date of First session with Guests invited in College

What are some of the things you’d advise to a 1st year aspirant who enters your college

I would advise the student to keep working hard to make their name in college and to not forget studies. It is also important to make connections with new people and participate in extra curricular activities.

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