Tanuja Joshi|Jul 7, 2023
JGLS is the first leading law school to begin 2020 academic session in India
NEW DELHI: The Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) will commence its new academic session in all its programmes from September 1. As per the law school, over 1,500 new students have joined the six different academic degree programmes at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
JGLS has also recruited over 90 new full time faculty members, which will take the total strength of full-time faculty members at JGLS to over 400.
The law school of O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) offers a 5-year BA/BBALLB (Hons.) programme, a 3-year LLB programme, a one-year LLM Residential & Non Residential programme and the two new degree programmes launched this year i.e., LLM in Corporate and Financial Law (Blended Programme) and B.A. (Hons.) in Legal Studies programme.
C Raj Kumar Vice-Chancellor of the university said: "As soon as we realised that physical distancing was to be the norm for the rest of the year, we moved our entire admissions process online. This involved filling up of application forms online, having online exams, which were AI-Enabled and Remote-Proctored, and having faculty interviews via video conferencing. This has helped the law school and the university in a big way to help the students who are law aspirations fulfil their goals and aspirations".
JGLS conducted its entrance exam, LSAT-India 2020, in online mode, an artificial intelligence-enabled and remote-proctored format.
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