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This is a widespread question I get from the students aspiring to be legal representatives. Selecting the 3 Year program Vs a 5-year program could depend upon a variety of factors. There is not much of a difference in opportunities as such as between the 2, it will totally depend upon which phase of career you are at, and what are your expectations from the course. Mentioned below is the checklist, read and make a well-versed choice:
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With its top-class faculty, excellent infrastructure and high-tech classrooms, JGU delivers various postgraduate programs in mass communication, management, development studies, commerce, arts, etc. in Delhi NCR, India
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Liberal arts and humanities education provide both the table manners and the customs and the frames of justice of a democratic society. JSLH restores the same through its varied courses in liberal arts in India.
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The Master(MA) of International Relations & Area Studies in India at JSIA is intended to be neither a totally academic nor a fully vocational one. It stresses theoretical research but insists on relating it to empirically rich phenomena from the social world.
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Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) offers India’s first MA Public Policy programme. This Masters development studies programme will equip students to perform effectively in complex policy environments.
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Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), which is one of the top law colleges in India for 3 year LL.B., offers the 3-year Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Program since its year of inception in 2009.
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JGBS and IBM join hands to arm Business professionals with cutting edge Business Analytics skills. JGBS and IBM are collaborating on an academic initiative that will provide Business Analytics training to MBA students.
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In pursuit of its vision, JGU promotes a global perspective through a global faculty, global courses, global programmes, global curriculum, global research, and global collaborations in an intensive research environment, ensuring academic freedom and functional autonomy.