Isha Raman is respectful, polite, supportive, and has a great sense of humour. She isn’t afraid to ask questions when needed. She has a positive attitude when working with others and she is very respectful to both herself and her peers. She is a kind-hearted, enthusiastic individual who loves learning and brings joy to everything she does. She has become a caring and hardworking student. She displays a great skill in finding solutions. It is very enjoyable to see her make such a positive impact in the classroom. She is respectful to others and helps out in the classroom whenever she can.
In 2009, JGU began its first academic session with the establishment of India’s first global law school. JGLS is committed to providing global legal education to its students. To fulfill this objective, the curriculum and pedagogy is designed to give extensive exposure to students to domestic, international and comparative law courses.
JGLS has also entered into collaborations, exchange programmes, research partnerships and other forms of engagement and interaction with top universities and institutions across the globe which are willing to share their invaluable intellectual resources developed over decades. There are faculty and student exchange programmes and academic collaboration arrangements with leading law schools, such as Harvard, Yale, NYU, Sydney, Keio and many other reputed universities in the world. All these attributes make it JGLS the best law school in Delhi.
Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) offers the 5 year integrated Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws (BA.LLB (Hons)) Programme since its year of inception in 2009. Through a combination of courses in arts and law subjects, the Programme is designed in keeping with the latest Bar Council of India rules and the University Grants Commission prescriptions and aims at fostering a culture of scholarship and academic excellence amongst the students.The B.A. LL.B (Hons) Curriculum at JGLS consists of compulsory and elective courses of maximum one semester’s strength. The compulsory courses are designed to ensure that every student gains a sufficient grounding in the fundamental branches of the law, as well as satisfying applicable requirements for admission to practice; the elective courses provide an opportunity to develop particular interests and to deepen understanding.