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The 2019 Batch of the NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad has secured 52 offers from domestic and international law firms, various corporate houses, and PSUs following this year’s recruitment drive.
As noted in a press release issued by the 2019 Recruitment Coordination Committee (RCC), this also means that out of the 77 students of the Batch, all of the 52 students who sat for campus placements this year secured jobs.
Details of the job offers accepted by students of the NALSAR Batch of 2019 are as follows:
|Indian Law Firms|
|AZB & Partners||10|
|Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas||7|
|Khaitan & Co||3|
|Majmudar & Partners||1|
|Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas||3|
|International Law Firms|
|Herbert Smith Freehills||1|
|Edelweiss Asset Reconstruction Company Limited||2|
|HDFC Bank Limited||1|
|ICICI Bank Limited||2|
|Public Sector Undertakings|
|National Mineral Development Corporation||2|
|Rural Electrification Corporation Limited||1|
|Steel Authority of India Limited||4|
Students have also been offered opportunities to study abroad at various international universities including the University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Cornell Law School, University of Chicago Law School, University of Pennsylvania Law School, and New York University.
Lauding this year’s placement results, Vice Chancellor of NALSAR Prof (Dr) Faizan Mustafa commented,
“NALSAR had introduced some major changes in its curriculum in 2013-14 and I am glad that these changes have started giving us rich dividends. The quality and competence of my students has been globally recognised and it gives me immense satisfaction that each year my students are improving on the placement record of the previous year. I wish all my students the best for all their future endeavours.”
The RCC for the Batch of 2019 comprised Rahul Joshi, Ritika Banerjee, Sadhika Gulati,Shubham Sancheti, Shubhi Goyal and Shreejoyee Bhattacharya.
The 2020 batch of NALSAR recorded a total of 47 job offers and vacation schemes/training contracts as of the recently concluded Day Zero.