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At Ansal University, Corporate Resource Center (CRC) ensures the right placement for each student. The CRC plays an important role in shaping the careers of students from their induction and orientation, summer internships, mid-term projects, right to their final placements and even beyond. CRC also undertakes various academic and non-academic initiatives so that students are well equipped to meet varied industry requirements.
The CRC also networks with the institution’s alumni for creating more career opportunities. Likewise, it also aims to support alumni by creating more career opportunities and switches for them, through its vast network of industry contacts.
The leading companies from all the sectors are invited by the CRC Department on the campus, where the eligible students facilitated to go through the entire selection process. The entire process in governed by the students’ ability and performance, as well as the requirements and norms of the industries.
EXCEPTIONAL CORPORATE CONNECT AND INTERNSHIPS
STRONG INDUSTRY LINKAGES
Our vision is not only to continue the relationship but also strengthen the relationship to expand our recruitment base. Our 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 organisations researching on law and policy.
DIVERSE CAREER OPTIONS
The diverse career options that a law degree offers is unmatched by any other professional degree. Law is a multi-disciplinary endeavour and draws from other disciplines, for instance a criminal lawyer needs to have some understanding of human psychology and forensic science, and a corporate lawyer must have some understanding of commerce and capital.
PLETHORA OF OPPORTUNITIES
There is a plethora of opportunities for a law graduate like practicing in the Courts, Judicial Services, UPSC, Armed Forces, Academics, NGOs, Legal Editor, Legal Journalist, Legal Advisor for MNCs, legal officers for Banks and Insurance Companies, LPOs, KPOs, Armed Forces (Judge Advocate General) etc.
COMPREHENSIVE SCHEME OF INTERNSHIP
SOL has formulated a comprehensive scheme of internship training for different classes. First year students are required to join Library for a period of 4-6 weeks when the Semester is not running for research to gain insight into legal issues trending. Second year students undergo training at NGOs or lawyers at District Level, like Centre for Excellence in Alternative Care of Children (CEAC) and Kailash Satyarthi Foundation. Third to fifth year students are given a free hand to go in for training with corporate houses, law firms like Desai & Dewanji, Wadia Gandhy, departments of State and Central Government and chambers of senior lawyers where some of the students interned with Mr. Aashish Chopra Mr. Amarjit Singh Chandhiok, Mr.Raaj Birbal and Mr. Ashok Sharma. The final year students can also go for Judicial Clerkship.
WHAT DO WE DO AS AN INTERNSHIP COMMITTEE?
The Internship Committee is the link between the students of SOL and the legal fraternity. Every year, the committee forwards CVs of students to the recruiters and provides them with internships in their respective field of interest. The Committee organizes workshops and seminars to groom the students so that when they graduate, they are at par with the best.
Following the success of the first iteration of the ‘Legal Recruitment Fair’ in 2016, the second iteration was also hosted by SOL on January 21, 2017. The event was organized along with Law Pundits. The Fair saw participation from many employers like Mind Merchants, Mindcrest, UnitedLex, 5E- Legal, Hingorani & Associates, and Legit Pancea and over 600 applicants. LRF 2018 is slated to be held next year in the month of January.
SOL held a ‘Law Career Guidance Workshop’ on April 5, 2016 by a panel of experts to enable students and their Parents to take informed decisions while making their career choices. The Panel consisted of Prof. Edward Carter, USA, Prof. Osamu Arakaki from Japan, Prof. David Ambrose, Madras University, Prof. Elumalai, Director, School of Law, IGNOU, and Dr. Aman HIngorani, Advocate Supreme Court of India, Mr. Sree Parthasarathy, Senior Partner, Deloitte and Prof. Sanoj Rajan.
FOCUS ON PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
Our aim is to focus on personality development and not just academic achievement. We focus on every student, understand their skill and communication levels and accordingly work to improve upon it. We organise sessions and workshops to impart soft skills and professional skills by industry experts. Internship Committee organized a Seminar on ‘Legal Career and the tips and techniques for acing Legal Interviews, Creating Resumes and Strategies for a Successful Legal Career’ on 20th January 2017 along with Mr. Vishnu Prasad, Legal Pundits. We have scheduled many other workshops on Resume Writing, Mock Interviews and Mock Group Discussions. Personality Development workshops to help student in preparation for interviews for internships. We, at SOL, ensure student satisfaction and help our students derive maximum value from internships and placements.