Nehru Corporate Placements & Industry Relations (NCP&IR) has grown in status keeping in pace with the fast changes in the educational scenario. NCP & IR aims to integrate various industry relevant trainings and certifications. A vibrant team of staff and students coordinate the activities and events of NCP&IR provide the best employment opportunities for our aspiring law graduates. We ensure that every student gets individual care & attention when it comes to employability skills. Training department at NCPIR ensures students are trained on domain and soft skills.
Apart from academic excellence, Nehru Group of Institutions extends its services through NCPIR a unique entity that caters to various professional events namely, HR Conclave, Seminars, Workshops etc. to enhance professional exposures to students. There are three fundamental values at NCPIR – Create, Collaborate & Compensate. We create the awareness of their skills and collaborate with academic to compensate their LIFE LEARNING SKILL so as to mould true citizen as envisioned by our Founder Chairman.
For the law graduates, choosing a right career in law is an important task which they have to achieve in any manner. “If you are a law graduate and you don’t want to choose your career as a lawyer, then it’s not the time to get worried about this”. Litigation is a traditional option but not the only one. Due to this, it becomes a more critical situation for the student to choose either of becoming a lawyer or something else.
For a law graduate, the traditional career path is practicing in a court. To become a lawyer graduates have to clear an exam which is conduct by Bar Council of India. It is held twice in every year. It is an open book exam which is based on analytical skills and basic knowledge of the law.
Students must have a law degree from any recognized University of India. Candidates should be enrolled as an advocate under section 24 of Advocate Act, 1961.
Internships have become an integral part of the law programme. Practical Knowledge is more beneficial than theoretical knowledge. If your interest is in litigation, it will be beneficial for to do the internship in different courts.
It is a mock court in which law students argue imaginary cases for practice. It is an extracurricular activity which is conducted by every law colleges. Students participate in moots which involves legal drafting, oral arguments. Moot Court is very helpful for the students to become more comfortable with the arguments and expressing towards the Judges. Every year many National Moot Court Competitions is organized by various Universities in India. So whoever wants to make their career in litigation then the moot court is the great opportunity to shaping up.
A career in the corporate sector is one of the great things. It plays an important role in drafting, vetting, negotiating contracts, monitoring compliances with legal rules and legal disputes. It is a study of the interaction between the shareholders, director, employees, creditors, community, and environment.
A transactional lawyer is one who has knowledge of certain areas which can deal with Bankruptcy, Intellectual Property Rights, Contract Laws, Company Laws, Tax Laws and Securities Laws, etc. He is the legal advisor of the Organization who deals with all the legal matters. He is the one who works for the company and represents their entities. A corporate lawyer can also practice as a legal advisor, advocates, solicitors, etc privately.
A law firm is a partnership between lawyers who have come together to offer their expertise works to clients under one name. Partners share their profits, liabilities and also engage other lawyers to work with them as associates. Major law firms have two departments:
Here are some lists of legal positions in Law Firms are:
Other emerging options for the lawyers are:
Civil Services is one of the great opportunity to serve the nation. Civil Servants has given the responsibility to promote social welfare. The career in Civil Services provides the individual with wide powers. The Union Public Services Commission is India’s central recruitment agency. As per the Article 320 of the Indian Constitution, UPSC conduct the examinations for appointments to the services of the union. All India Service examination is conducted by UPSC which consists of Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ of central services. This can be a good Job Opportunities for law students after Graduation.