Aryans Law College is a decent enough college to pursue law
by Harvinder Singh Hàrrý
Aryans Group of Colleges is a college where you can enhance your potential. You can improve your skills in the excellent atmosphere that the college provides. This college gives you wings to get a fly towards your dreams and make them true. The college has many courses like BA LLB B. Com, nursing etc. and the staff and teachers were very helpful. Admissions are based on your HSC results, and no such entrance is required. Thus, getting entries is easy as it needs to have you around 75% because the cut-off is more or less around that only. This college is best in my eyes. I did my studies at Aryans Law College from 2016-2021.
I joined L.L.B. in this college in 2016 and passed out recently. The college has nice classrooms, and all the classrooms are air-conditioned. In such lower fees, the facility provided is top-notch, and one can't complain about the college's facilities. L.L.B. was my passion as I come from a family of lawyers, and my dad was adamant that I have to do legal studies. Based in Patiala, I was happy to do law in my city as many students from all across the country come and study here.
There were nearly 200 faculties on board at the college, and the law department had around 25 faculties. The faculties had at some stage practiced law, and their experience was invaluable for us. They would give us situations every month, and we had to perform in front of them, and they would correct all our mistakes. If any students were seen mocking other students, the faculty would not spare them. One just has to behave nicely with them, and they would go all guns blazing in helping out the students.
The placement cell is below par for sure. The law department students find it really tough to get placed as many companies came to hire us as an intern, but none came when the final placements happened. Building a career is not that easy, and with the help of some references, I have started working at Ludhiana District & Session Court, but the struggle has just begun as established lawyers are the first choice. Not getting campus placement was disappointing, and it has nothing to do with Covid, as other departments' placements were fantastic.
There are 4 blocks of boy's hostels and 2 blocks of girl's hostels inside the campus. First-year students had to stay in dormitories, and from next year onwards, students can settle in double or triple seater rooms. The rooms had poor quality of cots and a common cupboard. Ragging was not done, and that's the only positive I can talk about the hostel. Menu was quite limited. And we have to eat aalu ki sabzi thrice in a week.
The Aryans Group of College has 10 buildings as all departments are independent over here. There are as many as 4 gardens and 2 good canteens. The college has a common playground and students had to fight amongst themselves as the department which has occupied the ground first will play that day. A lot of chaos and fights happened because of that and many times the management had to step in to stop the fights. Aryans College of Law had its own building that had a library and a small conference hall. The campus also has a small moot court and was used extensively as that was in a way our practical lab. The only problem was the location as it is almost 30 kilometers from Patiala. Daily hour travel was too much for the asking but I had no other choice.
Other colleges always corner law students as we were termed boring by other colleges of the institutes. The outside noise didn't bother us as we killed it on every event held at college. I was one of the front runners during all the events and also led Aaryans Law College in all the years the college was active. The Covid made us study from home for one and a half years. All in all, the campus life was good as I had made some excellent memories and friends at the college.