Law School Review @ Delhi Metropolitan Education, GGSIP University

By | September 6, 2017

Brief Introduction of the Organization

Delhi Metropolitan Education is one of the constituent colleges of Delhi Technical University, affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi. DME law school is an emerging law school which got established back in 2013. it is a part of Delhi technical university and Retired Justice Bhanwar Singh is the director of the college. The law school from its emergence has shown potential towards becoming a better college each day and it has able to live up to the expectations. the students are active and interactive with the students and have got the zeal to make their college better.

Name

Harshit Singh Bhatia

Full Name of the Institution

Delhi Metropolitan Education, Guru Gobind singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi

Location and Description of the Place

The college is located in the business area of Noida known as sector 62.

B-12 SECTOR 62 NOIDA (U.P.)

Official Website

www.dme.ac.in

Infrastructure

The campus of our college is small but very well built. The classrooms are big and spacious and each class has air conditioner facility with the whole campus being WI-Fi enabled. the auditorium is large enough to accommodate 350+people. The college just lacks a proper ground.

Hostel Facility

The campus of Noida doesn’t comprise of the hostel but it is available with the main campus situated in Greater Noida which is the maximum of 30 minutes drive from the Noida center. the hostels are big and spacious and students have the option of selecting from AC and Non- AC rooms.

More information can be retrieved from the link below.

Our Campus

Faculty and Academics

A complete list of courses offered by the college can be found here:

http://dme.ac.in/adjunct-faculty/.

The college has decent faculty. The majority of the faculties of the college are fresh LL.M graduates from different National law schools and most of them really do put in an effort to adjust themselves with the administration of the college and give their best shot. The teachers are very interactive and support all the students whenever required. The teachers are very friendly and they understand the student’ mental level and adjust accordingly.

The college has strict rules for attendance i.e., 75%. The College library cannot be regarded as adequate to serve the needs of a law student.

Administration and Fees Structure

The University has an anti-ragging campus. the fees is 72000 /- per annum excluding the hostel fees.

Cafeteria

College has one canteen and one cafeteria. The food process is decent and pocket-friendly and you get almost everything in the canteen. The food is average in taste.

Student Culture and Activities

Extra curricular activities play a very important part in modern education and our college in not behind in any kind of activities ranging from moot courts to MUNs and from photography competitions to dance competitions. the student committees are made up of each filed and they participate in every competition.

The college’s mega events include the national moot court competition, the MUN and the cultural fest named “ALOHA” which has become a yearly event. The student committees work real hard together to make these events successful with the help of ever supporting teachers.

Placements

2018 is going to be the year when the first batch of our college graduates. The placement cell has been established and we hope for the best that maximum students get placed.

Best Things about the Law school

The college is very active in every field and the students are ambitious and working hard for there as well as college’s development.

Worst Things about the Law school

The infrastructure needs to expand so that students get a ground for outdoor activities and the number of books should be increased in the library so that they are available for every student.

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