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One may think as I am from NUJS i will be partial to NUJS. well, i criticize NUJS harshly where it is due, and I am not much for sntiments that I must unreasonably misguide people just to prove my college better.
NALSAR has its obvious benefits, big campus, great infrastructure, good inhouse journals - but the engine that drove nalsars growth is not there any more. Recruitment will continue to be stellar as it has a stedy inflow of the very best students. Beyond that, i see many reasons why i wouldnt chose NALSAR over NUJS given a choice.
1. too far away from the city. I want the convenience of living in a city, that too in a posh place like salt lake with the best restaurants, pubs, clubs, malls, swimming pools, gyms, language school and anything else that comes with a city.
2. the best faculty - NUJS has brought together the best faculty and retained them in the last few years. and NALSAR has lost its good faculty. thre's no sign of improvement in the horizon. this is what my teachers who studied at NALSAR and a couple of 5th year friends in NALSAR told me. There are 3 NALSAR alumni teachers who went to oxford and wanted to teach who are teaching in NUJS now. NALSAR was there first choice, but they found the academic situation in NUJS more conducive. There are many other young turks in other colleges who are planning to shift to NUJS. for obvious reasons, i cant give details here.
3. There is a lot of new experiments, new efforts taking place in NUJS, which is encouraged by VC and a bunch of dynamic professor. NUJS is experiencing a growth after some years of stagnant situation. anyone who will be in NUJS during this phase of growth will benefit.
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