NOTE: This is a reader’s review. The opinion’s expressed are that of the person concerned and NOT of Lawctopus.
Name of the Student
Full Name of your Law School
Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology (FIMT), New Delhi
Learn more about the college HERE.
Faculty and Academics
To be frank, most of the teachers at FIMT are not experienced and have no expertise in teaching.
But I must say that the experienced faculty here is very impressive. They inspire us.
Student Culture and Activities
Much emphasis is laid on Moot Court Competitions, Legal Debates, Seminars etc. They are held on a regular basis.
Students are encouraged so as to maximize participation.
The organizing committee at FIMT is always keen to help students in the best possible way they can.
Frankly, FIMT is located in a village (Kapashera), where one can’t find a fascinating place within a radius of 5 kms.
However, if you are ready to go beyond this, you will find Ambience Mall (Gurgaon) or some other places to hang out.
No batch has passed out from FIMT as of now.
Administration and Fees
Fees for one year is Rs. 59,300 and it excludes the transport charges. It is quiet high as compared to the facilities and faculty provided by FIMT.
Hostel fees- Rs. 55,000 per annum.
Apart from certain negative points as aforementioned, FIMT isn’t as such to be kept aside.
One can consider it.
Tell us about the infrastructure of your college
Infrastructure of FIMT is quiet good as compared to the other GGSIP University affiliated colleges.
There is a canteen named Green Café, facilitating students with delicious and mouth-watering foodstuff.
As the name suggests, it is eco-friendly.
Best things about your law school
The Dean of Law School at FIMT is very supportive and an inspiration to us.
Regular competitions like Moots, Debates etc. Guest Lectures, Seminars and Paper Presentations adds to it.
Worst things about your law school
First of all: the inexperienced faculty.
Then comes the books we are provided, which aren’t any good.
They don’t cover the entire syllabus, and one is forced to buy books from outside.