Aligarh : Living up to its reputation as one of the leading centres of excellence in legal education, the Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University has excelled in the recent ranking published by Outlook.
The Outlook (in partnership with ICARE) for 2022 the Faculty of Law, AMU has been ranked 8th among government law institutes. On individual parameters, the Faculty of Law was ranked 2nd in Infrastructure & Facilities, 3rd in Governance & Admissions, 5th in Diversity & Outreach and 7th in Academic & Research Excellence.
India Today published the ranking of India’s Best Colleges 2022. The 4 July, 2022 issue of the India Today-MDRA survey has ranked the Faculty of Law, AMU 3rd in the category of ‘Top 10 Colleges with Best Value for Money’ and 9th in the category of ‘Top 10 Colleges with Lowest Fees’. The best value for money ranking is calculated on the basis of Return on Investment (based on average annual salary/total course fees for the entire duration).
Congratulating the faculty, students, alumni of faculty of law, Professor Tariq Mansoor, Vice-Chancellor said, “It is gratifying to see the faculty of law excelling in the twin objectives of quality and affordability. In the times to come, we shall remain steadfast in our goal of knowledge creation in emerging areas of law, expanding outreach and strengthening industry-academia partnership. AMU is making best efforts to maximize its contribution to nation building”.
Professor Mohammad Ashraf, Dean, Faculty of Law said, “Our faculty members, students and staff have been collectively working towards raising the teaching, academic and research standards. Our students have performed exceedingly well in competitive examinations like judicial services, Judge-Advocate-General, Labour Commission etc. besides academia and litigation. We will strive to further improve in the future.”
Professor M Salim Beg, Chairman, Ranking Committeesaid, “The Faculty of Law has scored well on the parameters of Academy & Research Excellence, Infrastructure & Facilities, and Governance & Admissions. It is reflective of our good governance, academic delivery and infrastructure augmentation”.