Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference - Robert Frost
With very less time at hands for both Class X and Class XII board exams, the students often face immense pressure when it comes to deciding for their future. While the level of stress and anxiety amongst the Class X children is still under control, it is the Class XII students who have to feel the heat of giving board exams, followed by numerous entrance exams before they can finally decide the course to purse and the college to get admitted into. While majority of students decide on pursuing engineering, medical, or computer based courses, the list of courses promising good career ahead is very long.
In this issue of Higher Education Review magazine, we have showcased a list of `Top 10 Promising Law Colleges in India - 2019' - a carefully crafted list that reflects the uniqueness of educational institutes which are assisting students in pursuing quality Law courses. India has seen a tremendous rise in opportunities for Law graduates over the past few years. From being a Public Prosecutor, Corporate Lawyer, Judge Advocate General, Professor in Law School, Intellectual Property Lawyer, Tax Lawyer or likewise, lawyers have always played a very significant role in any country and if one has been taught right, and has enough skills, they can conquer the world with their talent. The featured list in this issue portrays the exceptional colleges which are leaving no stone unturned when it comes to imparting quality law education. On the cover we have M.C.E. Society's A.K.K. New Law Academy and Ph.D (Law) Research Centre, Pune - a dynamic, creative learning institution that strives to meet challenges by providing innovative solutions leading to learning breakthroughs for all students. While there are numerous courses and colleges to choose from, hope this feature helps you in the process and we achieve our mission.
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