Job Fest Recruiters 2018

Job Fest 2018 Updates

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There is an adage that “Law is a jealous mistress” and there is no room in it for the laziness and mediocrity. Lloyd Law College is a learning-centric academic community committed to excellent legal education. We create intellectually stimulating environment that helps students develop through case analysis, hone their writing, argumentation and think broadly and critically about legal problems as well as its solutions for it. As we lead the way in legal professional education, the onus is on us to show the way. Keeping all this in mind, Lloyd law College proudly announces the Job Fest, 2018 to be held at its campus in Greater Noida, U.P.

Internship and Placement Cell of Lloyd Law College is pleased to invite you to participate in biggest Job Fest for the first time in India, which is to be from 07th _ 08th April, 2018 at Law College Campus. It provides a huge platform to all young minds  pursuing law and give equal opportunity to every law student from across the country to attend this inspiring fest. This grand event is being organized to facilitate both Recruiters and Students. The emphasis would be on law graduates enrolled in the final year L.L.B., BA.LLB. & L.L.M. programs,` including 2017 pass out students all over the country.

This career expo provides a single location for students to meet employers. It gives companies as well as jobseekers the opportunity to meet face to face without having to book any appointments. It also allows making effective use of time by meeting large number of people at same place in less time. This is also an opportunity for companies to screen a large volume of potential job candidates and make students aware of their expectations from them and also answer their potential questions regarding job.

This event is one of its kind, open to all law graduates irrespective of government or private law school. Recruiters are encouraged to come and join the fest as they would have access to the best Trainee/ Associates. It would be an excellent tool for setting network with recruiters, as well as with your fellow applicants and share information about job leads, companies, and their recruiting strategies. There may also be professional organizations or employment agencies at the job fest, which are also good sources for networking.

Lloyd is giving  an opportunity to make a good impression to  the potential coworkers by speaking face-to-face with one another, filling out resumes, and asking questions in attempt to get a good feel on the work needed whereafter, they can get chance to get recruited by different companies or other organization.

We look forward to have you all at our Campus for the Job Fest 2018.



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1. Define the Job Before Hiring an candidate

2. Focus on the candidate’s potential

3. Check social media profiles

4. Let candidates interview you, too

5. Plan Your Employee Recruiting Strategy

6. Use a Checklist for Hiring an Employee

7. Review Credentials and Applications Carefully

8. Don’t judge a book by its cover.

9. Know that not all hires work out.


(1) Identify Accomplishments and experiences not Just Job Descriptions.

(2) Cater Your Resume for the Industry

(3) Your first few lines are very crucial which would state your objective.

(4) Prepare a convincing and compelling summary statement

(5) Preferably keep your resume length between 1-2 pages

(6) Show some personality, but keep it professional.

Advisory Board


Senior Advocate, Supreme Court Of India


Managing Partner, Corp Comm Legal


DR. PROF. SIVAKUMAR All-time Member, Law Commission of India



Managing Partner, Advani & co.


Founder & Patent Attorney
Patentwire Consultants Pvt. Ltd. | Patent & Technology Consultants


Partner, Singhania and Partners Solicitors and Advocates



Ritabrata Roy

Internship & Placement Cell
Faculty Incharge of Job Fest

Mob: +91-8448513678


Akhilesh Kumar Khan
Deputy Director

Chief Organising Secretary of Job Fest

Mob: +91-8800621117


Smita Tyagi
Internship & Placement Cell

Co-ordinator-in-chief of Job Fest

Mob: +91-9810804712

Student Co-ordinator


Anubhav Agrawal

5th Sem BA. LLB
Mob: +91-9870270278


Priyanka Thakur

7th Sem BA. LLB
Mob: +91-8527782523



7th Sem BA. LLB
Mob: +91-9871732230


Prachi Gupta

5th Sem BA. LLB
Mob: +91-


Employability through Internship

In an uncertain job market, skills are your best security. As a law student you must have to gain many practical, personal, interpersonal, and professional skills throughout your degree.

In the simplest way, Employability skills are those that make the link from learning to earning. The term ‘Employability Skill’ as defined by the National Union of Students (NUS) and the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), “A set of attributes, skills and knowledge that all labour market participants should possess to ensure they have the capability of being effective in the workplace – to the benefit of themselves, their employer and the wider economy”.

This second definition, from the Enhancing Student Employability Co-ordination Team funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England includes these two missing aspects and is more in line with our view of employability skills, "A set of achievements—skills, understandings and personal attributes —that makes graduates more likely to gain employment and be successful in their chosen occupations, which benefits themselves, the workforce, the community and the economy”.

Therefore, employability skills can be considered to be a range of skills and capabilities that virtually every employer is looking for in potential graduate recruits and an essential precondition for the effective development and use of other, more specialist or technical skills required for particular jobs. They are also a key underpin to your effectiveness at work. However, since every employer is seeking such skills, you need to take every opportunity to develop your employability skills so that you can maximize your prospects of success in an increasingly competitive job market by demonstrating those skills to employers. Exploring these themes of development and demonstration of skills is the primary purpose of studentship at Lloyd Law College.

These transferable skills can be categorized under a number of broader headings:

  • Practical skills:such as literacy and numeracy, problem solving and use of IT
  • Personal skills: such as self-management, professional, and ethical behavior and organizational skills
  • Interpersonal skills:such as team working, written and verbal communication, customer service, and networking. Although you may not yet realize it, not only will you have some of these skills already but you will also have the opportunity to develop them further during your studies as well as being able to add new skills to your portfolio.


  • Professional skills such as legal research, legal analysis, drafting, negotiation, and advocacy
  • Understand the different type of skills employers are looking for when recruiting graduates
  • Identify the skills which you will build by studying throughout your law degree, and participating in extra-curricular activities
  • Take positive action to develop and add to your personal skills portfolio during your academic life at Lloyd
  • Demonstrate effectively to employers the skills and attributes you possess, which will make you stand out from other graduates.


We have constructed learning processes and studentship program at Lloyd Law College around three key themes:

  • MAXIMISING OPPORTUNITIES TO DEVELOP SKILLS. Throughout academic life you will find a variety of ways in which you will be able to develop your ‘transferable skills’. These are generic skills that are equally applicable in a whole range of careers, such as problem solving skills and IT skills. Throughout your law degree you will grow these skills which will be useful across a range of different jobs and industries, not just those which are directly related to law. In essence, these are the skills that make you attractive to employers, and you should take every opportunity to develop them during your academic life.
  • DEMONSTRATING SKILLS TO OBTAIN EMPLOYMENT. As well as developing your skills to enable you to seek out job opportunities and successfully negotiate the appointment process, you will also need to demonstrate those skills to potential employers. Periodical skill workshopsduring your academic life at Lloyd will cover the process from the initial application form or CV, through to the face-to-face assessment at interview or assessment centre, so that you come to the attention of suitable employers and maximize your chances of getting the job you want.
  • APPLYING SKILLS IN THE WORKPLACE.Finally,throughout the academic life at Lloyd internships and externships are provided to cover the development and application of the particular skills that will ensure you are able to carry out the requirements of your desired job in a proficient and professional way; such as advocacy skills for working at the Bar or legal research skills for employment in academia, negotiation and advisory skills in Law firms, etc.


To cultivate the above, we are restructuring our law school legal education system on three fundamentals as MANDATORY LEARNING PROCESS;

  1. Regular classes with maximum attendance
  2. Research project writing and presentation
  3. Summer / Winter / Running Internships

As intimated, it is compulsory for each and every student of the law school studying in BA.LL.B. and LL.B – to undergo minimum eight weeks (two months) or more than two months internship during the summer break of June, July & August. You are advised to take assistance of our ‘Internship Cell’ headed by Ms. Smita Tyagi mam – II Floor during week days Mon. - Fri or mail to: . We have lots of internship opportunities lined up with us for you. We have also posted few of them on the ‘Internship’ web-link on our website link: .


Running / continuous internships are working 5 days a week in the law offices. This is to advise and assist all the BA.LL.B. – Sem. VII and Sem. IX students to now take up regular / running internships as their regular classes are modeled in this fashion. Our endeavor is that each and every student of this college has to pass out after 5 years of academic and with 2 and a half years of working experience (like 2 months internship during summer in BA.LL.B. – Yr. 1, 2, 3 and 2 Yr. running internships during BA.LL.B. – Yr. 4, 5.). Law school’s primary duty is to invoke opportunities to boost the knowledge base, skill set and professional skills in each and every student of this college.


Post ‘Internship Break’ each and every student of the law school will be asked to submit her / his internship report to be attested by the Mentor under whom you have done your internship which is to be followed by the oral presentation to be prepared by the student on the work that he has undergone / undertaken during internships. This report and presentation shall be commuted to the ‘Attendance’ as a calculation criterion for attendance. Schedule of ‘Internship Presentation’ shall be communicated to all before the commencement of classes.

Internship Gallery


Saurabh Anand

Mr. Anil Grover, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court


Ritum Kumar

Indian Law Institute


Ritanshu Lohani

Britannia India Pvt. Ltd.


Kshitij Ray

NGT (Principal Bench), NHRC, PUCL


Shivansh Shukla

Advocate Anil Grover, Additional Advocate General, Haryana and Senior Advocate at Supreme Court of India, New Delhi.


Pooja Kumari

Converse Law , Mumbai


Muneeb Rashid Malik

Jammu & Kashmir State Judicial Academy



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