NLU Jodhpur Asks Faculty to Contribute Rs. 500 to VC’s Son’s Wedding

Via an Indian Express report: Faculty members of Jodhpur’s National Law University (NLU) have been “requested” to contribute Rs 500 each towards a gift on the occasion of the wedding of Vice Chancellor Poonam Saxena’s son, it has emerged, even as the V-C condemned the letter and said this happened in her absence.

See The Hindu report here.

Mrs. Saxena has earlier been in the news for alleged favoritism in faculty appointments. Read here

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  1. Anonymous from NLUJ says:

    Mr. ABC, please expose the faculty yourself. All NLUites will be obliged. Lawoctopus being a “reputed” platform for expressing your desperation, all frustrated, desperate and egoistic students have sensed an opportunity to cultivate their negative propaganda and personal vendetta against some of the best and renowned teachers of India, currently in NLUJ.
    Please lawoctopus, please! Stop converting your platform for free speech to a safe place for hate speeches and animosity-ridden, biases and baseless comments (not even views).
    And the main story. Is this even a news? Contributory gifts are part of Indian culture, may it be for colourful “gems” candies or at workplace. Dint expect such hate for our best teachers and VC!

  2. NLUJ has the worst faculty. I request Lawctopus to do a story exposing how bad the faculty is here (and other NLUs too).

  3. The administration, the faculties, the VC and other dignified people regulating the admin at NLUJ is biased and corrupt. The students at NLUJ, particularly the Post Grads are treated like shit. The faculties are inexperienced and the irony of the story is that LLM students are taught by their immediate LLM post graduates who are working as Teaching Assistant here!!!

  4. She is a […] involved in all kind of […]from appointment, nepotism, harassment, going on leave with sanction of leave, closing courses, and terminating faculty at will. In last three years she has single handrdly […] the National Law University, Jodhpur. She is helping many people to continue in job even after age of 70. Dean […] is 82 years old.

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