The Training & Placement Cell is a student-cum-faculty body formed by Symbiosis Law School,Hyderabad to facilitate the process of Campus Recruitment, Internship and Training &Development.
Keeping in mind the holistic development of every student that enters the institute, the Training & Placement Cell of Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad strives to provide the best out-of-classroom experiences for its students. These experiences come in the form of internship opportunities, industrial and field visit, guest lectures, soft skills training, workshops and other activities which help in shaping the careers of our students.
Placement of Batch 2014 - 2019
The T & P cell holds the objective of bridging the gap between the industry and institute. The cell organizes and extends services towards collaborative placement activities. The cell conducts training activities for the students mainly focusing on Campus Placements, Internships, Career planning, Personality Development, Industry-Institute Interaction, Industrial visits and Entrepreneurship Development. Continuous interaction of the cell with the prestigious alumni body of Symbiosis International University also helps in achieving the goals and objectives of the T&P Cell.
The academic pedagogy of the curriculum is made in tune with placement strategy, incorporating an introduction to legal Profession through Summer and Winter Internship Programmes across domains. In addition to this, guest lectures, seminars and workshops are conducted on a regular basis which enables students to gain deeper understanding on a particular subject. Thus, the students are kept personally and professionally updated to the dynamic environment.
Activities of the Training & Placement Cell
Summer and Winter Internship Programs
Industry-Institute Interaction During the Academic Year 2018-19
In legal field, practical training is a must for the students to learn the nuances of legal profession and hence students at SLS-H are exposed to industry along with classroom teaching through lectures by Industry Experts such as Corporate Professionals, General Counsels, Social Activists, Academicians, Advocates, and Judges. Apart from this, the students also undergo a mandatory internship assignment during their summer and winter break. The institute also arranges for industrial tours/field visits during the semester as part of the industry-institute interaction. A glimpse of many such activities conducted during the academic year 2018-19 is as follows
During the academic year 2018-19, the Training & Placement Cell has provided summer and winter internships to over 500 students across the country in various law firms, advocate offices, courts, tribunals, NGOs, Research Organizations, Think tanks etc. Some of the prestigious employers under whom our students have pursued internships are listed below
Akshaya Patra Foundation
All India Bengal Women's Union
Consumer Guidance Society of India
District Consumer Disputes Reddressal Forum Varanasi
Dream a Dream
Environmentalist Foundation of India
ETSY & ZRII, NGO-Australia
Human Rights Law Network
Human Rights Commission
Indian Society Responsibility Network
Indian Case Laws
M. Venkatarangaiah Foundation
Make a Wish Foundation
National Centre for Advocacy Studies
People's Union for Civil Liberties
People For Animals
Rural Development Institute
Rural Litigation Kendra
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas
AZB & Partners
J Sagar& Associates
Luthra&Luthra Law Offices
King & Partridge
Fox & Mandal Associates
MV Kini& Co
Holla & Holla Associates
M P Power Management Company Limited
Outlife Adventure Pvt Ltd
Pepsico India Holdings private Limited
The Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation Limited
Tata Communications Ltd.
Bajaj Allianz Insurance Co.
Indian Oil Corporation
Sr. Adv. Ram Jethmalani
Sr. Adv. P Chidambaram
Sr. Adv. Salman Khurshid
Sr. Adv. Kapil Sibal
Sr. Adv. K KVenugopal
Sr. Adv. Harish Salve
Sr. Adv. Dushyant Dave
Sr. Adv. MukulRohatgi
Sr. Adv. PrabhulingNavadgi
Takaful Emarat, Dubai
Dr. Sharon Davidheiser, USA
Candy Parker, London
Kochery& Partners, Doha
Singhania& Co., London
Peter Lunt & Associates, Australia
Industrial visits and field tours are of great importance for the students as it gives them an opportunity to peep into the real world and understand the proceedings from close quarters. During the academic year 2018-19, the students have visited High Courts, District Courts, Tribunals and Corporate Houses.
The students are also encouraged to attend seminars, workshops and conferences at both national and international level. This gives the students a wholesome experience as they get the opportunity to interact with legal professionals from across domains and from all over the world.
The students have also brought laurels to the institution by participating and winning at several Moot Court, Alternate Dispute Resolutions and Trial Advocacy Competitions at prestigious events across the country.
Symbiosis Law School Hyderabad strives to promote international understanding through quality legal education and seek to inculcate ethical and value based learning and produce thought provoking leaders for the society. In line with this, our placement objective is to see all our students engaged with and contribute to the legal sector, in a variety of roles.
“I congratulate the Training & Placement Cell on excellent placements for the year 2018-19. The diversity in recruitment shows that our students are well equipped in different legal spheres. I would like to thank the recruiters for partnering with SLS Hyderabad for Placements of its very first batch 2014-19”-Dr Sarfaraz Ahmed Khan, former Director-Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad
Placement Record for Batch 2019
Our First Batch of 35 students has graduated in April 2019 and we have set an excellent placement record this academic year. Some key points are highlighted below:
87% students opted and got placed in top tier firms or corporate legal departments.
Rs. 5.6 Lakhs per annum is the average salary for campus placements 2018-19. Students with prior and relevant experience during internships have received higher compensation.
28% students chose to pursue higher studies and secured admission in LL.M in top Universities in UK, USA, Australia etc.
20% students enrolled for litigation and are assisting Senior Counsel in various High Courts of the Country.
Some students are also attempting Judicial Service Examinations after being trained for 2 years by our well qualified faculties through special lecture series for judicial aspirants.
Our Recruiters for the Academic Year 2018-19
Fox & Mandal
Dave & Girish & Co
Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Ltd
Karvy Fintech Pvt Ltd
Aliens SpacestationPvt Ltd
Dukes India Ltd
AnandRathi Wealth Management Services
Abhijeet Gupta & Associates
Suresh Chandrasekhar & Associates
Throughout the academic year, the Training & Placements Cell is responsible to help the students discover their areas of interest. We invite reputed law firms for campus interview and recruitment. Having successfully completed the recruitments for the previous year, we at the Training & Placement Cell strive to achieve greater heights.
The placement process for the session shall begin in the month of April/May every year. The process flow for the placements shall be typically as under:
STUDENTS REGISTER FOR PLACEMENT SESSION
TRAINING & PLACEMENT CELL INVITES COMPANIES FOR PLACEMENTS
INTERESTED STUDENTS REGISTER FOR JOB OPPORTUNITY
ELIGIBILITY CHECK BY T&P CELL ACCORDING TO POLICY AND COMPANY RULES & REGULATIONS
SELECTION PROCESS BY THE COMPANY
ANNOUNCEMENT OF RESULT
Internship is an integral part of the curriculum in the University since it provides a great opportunity for students to gain experience in a domain of their interest, create a network of contacts and develop their interpersonal skills, all this in addition to honing their skills to become a thorough professional in the field of law. To achieve this and much more, students must gain an understanding of the society at large and working with reputed advocates, law firms, NGOs and LPOs will elevate their learning immensely. During the internships, students also have an opportunity to secure PPOs which acts as an impetus for the students to work harder and with great commitment. Understanding the importance of internship for a law student it is mandatory for every student at SLS-H to undergo a minimum 9 winter/summer internship during a period of 5 years.
To track the progress made by the students during internship students are required to maintain a Internship Diary which is submitted to the T & P Cell after completion of each mandatory internship.The Internship Diary is a key document which will be considered for the final placement of a potential candidate.
Every student applying for internship will be given an Internship Diary. Students seeking internships voluntarily will also be allotted with internship diaries. Students have to mention in detail and record their experience and learning during the internship period. The student has to present his/her Internship Diary along with a presentation about his/her experience and shall be evaluated on the same. The cumulative scores from the Internship diaries will be considered at the time of final placements.