NUJS Campus Recruitment / Placement
Press Release June 2015
NUJS is proud of its excellent placement record. Till 2008, NUJS had a 100 percent placement record. The placement record of the batch that passed out in 2009 has also been remarkable in spite of the economic downturn.
Recruitment, ever since the very first batch graduated, has seen participation from some of the finest international and national firms as well as the biggest corporate houses. NUJS graduates have done an exceptional job and this has resulted in the university earning an enviable reputation in the job market.
The Campus Recruitment Committee (CRC), which is a student run body, overlooks and co-ordinates the recruitment of the graduating batch of students of the NUJS and is solely authorized and responsible for communicating and coordinating between students sitting for Recruitment and Prospective Recruiters/ Recruiters. Organizations throughout the years, have expressed high levels of satisfaction with the recruitment programme organized by the CRC and students of NUJS continue to make a mark in the legal and commercial arenas.
NUJS graduates have always exceeded expectations
and manage to combine a wide array of skills
enabling them to satisfy employers as well as
compete with the best talent in the world.
INTERNATIONAL LAW FIRMS
1. ALLEN & OVERY
3. BAKER AND MCKENZIE
4. CLIFFORD CHANCE
5. FRESHFIELDS BRUCKHAUS DERINGER
6. HERBERT SMITH
7. SIMMONS AND SIMMONS
8. SJ BERWIN
9. CRAVATH, SWAINE AND MOORE
NATIONAL LAW FIRMS
1. ALMT LEGAL
2. AMARCHAND MANGALDAS & SURESH A. SHROFF & CO.
3. AZB & PARTNERS
4. ECONOMIC LAWS PRACTICE
5. J. SAGAR ASSOCIATES
6. JURIS CORP
7. KOCHHAR & CO.
8. LUTHRA & LUTHRA LAW OFFICES
9. MAJMUDAR & CO.
10. NEW DELHI LAW OFFICES
11. O. P. KHAITAN & CO.
12. PARAS KUHAD & ASSOCIATES
13. SAHA & RAY
14. THAKKER & CO.
15. THAKKER & THAKKER
16. TITUS & CO.
17. TOTTENHAM INDIA LAW ASSOCIATES
19. UDWADIA UDESHI & CO.
20. WADIA & GHANDY ASSOCIATES
1. APEEJAY FINANCE
2. BALMER LAWRIE
3. DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS PVT. LTD.
4. DR. REDDY'S LABORATORIES
5. ERNST & YOUNG
6. HINDUSTAN LEVER LTD.
7. IBM 8. ICICI BANK LTD.
9. INFOSYS TECHNOLOGIES LTD.
11. PANGEA 3
13. RELIANCE INFOCOMM
14. SAHARA INDIA PARIWAR
16. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA
18. STATE TRADING CORPORATION
19. TATA SONS
CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS
1. CENTRE FOR CIVIL SOCIETY
2. HUMAN RIGHTS LAW NETWORK
4. SOUTH ASIA HUMAN RIGHTS DOCUMENTATION CENTRE
1. ABHROJIT MITRA
2. AMARJEET S. CHANDIOK
3. BIKASH BHATTACHARYA
4. JAIDEEP GUPTA
5. RAJU RAMACHANDRAN
6. V.R. REDDY
Recruitment Process and Guidelines
The Guidelines for Campus Recruitment have been
formulated to ensure optimal flexibility and
fairness for Recruiters/ Prospective Recruiters
as well as students. The recruitment process
organized the CRC is usually a two-step process.
All interested organizations are first
encouraged to give a pre-placement talk (PPT) to
interested students at the University. The PPT
usually contains important information such as
the profile of the organization, career
prospects, terms and conditions of employment
and compensation packages. The idea behind such
a talk is to provide both the organization as
well as the students an opportunity to interact
with each other. This ensures that both the
students as well as the organisation have a fair
idea about what to expect and get to make an
The second part of the recruitment is the actual recruitment process, which happens in the recruitment week. The final placement usually takes place on the University campus over a period of seven to ten days. Interested organizations who may or may not have made a PPT have to inform/register with the CRC and are allotted a specific date and time-slot within the days of the recruitment week. In this regard, interested organizations are requested to contact the CRC directly at the mailing address provided.
Organizations participating in the final placement process are free to follow their own recruitment process, which may include an application process followed by a short-listing of candidates followed by an interview, either on campus or telephonic. Whatever the process followed by the recruiter, they are required to provide prior intimation of the same to the CRC to enable the process to be organized without any glitches or delays. Organizations are also required to disclose the terms and conditions of employment as well as the compensation package upon confirmation of their participation in the final placement process.
Organizations may also make Pre-Recruitment Offers (PROs) to students of the final year before the commencement of the final placement. Such offers are usually done after a student has done an internship with the concerned organisation and may be made directly to the individual concerned, or may be facilitated by the CRC upon request. A student who accepts such an offer is subsequently barred from participating in the final placement.
The CRC does not in any manner encourage or facilitate individual applications for recruitment by students, and organizations are requested to take note of the same.