Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) has secured 36 Zero-Day placements for students of its Batch of 2021. .The Zero-Day for the Graduating Batch of 2021 was held on February 28, 2020..Below is the breakup of offers from top law firms that were accepted:.Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas recruited 10 students, followed by AZB & Partners and Trilegal with 8 intakes each. L&L Partners and Indus Law hired 3 students each, whereas Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas hired 2. Khaitan & Co. and Argus Partners hired 1 student each..Last year, JGLS placed 176 students from the Batch of 2020..Among the 176 placed, the placement included 24 Zero-Day intakes and other intakes by law firms, corporates, law offices and NGOs. .Below are some of the jobs accepted by graduates of the 2020 batch:.Over 50 students were placed in the Teaching and Research Immersion Programme (TRIP) and Graduate Research Immersion Programme (GRIP), which are teaching and research-based fellowship programmes at the OP Jindal Global University. .Apart from law firms, renowned corporate organisations such as Welspun Group, Bajaj Allianz, upGrad, Tech Mahindra, Darcl Logistics also recruited students from the JGLS batch of 2020 for their in-house positions..Commenting on the achievements of the students of JGLS, Founding Vice-Chancellor of OP Jindal Global University Prof (Dr) C Raj Kumar, said, “As the COVID-19 pandemic loomed a sense of despair for students across the globe, we also foresaw the impending threat of a fall in corporate and industry demands early in April 2020. At Jindal Global Law School, we are deeply committed to securing the future of our students. Hence, under the aegis of JGLS and the JGU Office of Career Services, we increased the rigor since the onset of the pandemic to ensure that the career aspirations of students were not dampened by the ongoing crisis that we are witnessing today. This included mapping pandemic scenarios, assessing career possibilities, engaging in feedback with our corporate and industry partners, designing enabling frameworks for our students to continue to excel in their studies, and creating academia-industry interfaces. It is quite heartening to see that our efforts have borne fruit and the students of JGLS have been able to pursue their ambitions last year and this year as well. I am humbled to share that through the commitment to our vision, and the continuous efforts of our Office of Career Services, we were able to create diverse career opportunities across multiple organizations including law firms, academia, NGOs and corporate firms..."