Professor N.S.Gopalakrishnan (NSG) has been removed as Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) Chair Professor at Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) without any reason being disclosed. And it appears that the MHRD Chair coordinator on IP at NLU-Jodhpur too has been victim to an arbitrary removal notice.
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The future is as uncertain as ever. We want to expand our range of accessories and line of beer and alcohol t-shirts and believe that there is a much bigger market out there than we have captured till now. As far as law school is concerned we need to decide our intership scene as well
Before I take your leave and stop boring you further with my thoughts coming out on (electronic) paper, I’d like you to fast-forward your life 5 years down college and think of the day you’d be having your farewell. Rest assured, you’ll walk out with a lump in your throat; the question is whether the
Increasingly, more portals are offering specialist services as the industry grows rapidly. As in the case of Lawctopus.com set up two years ago by Tanuj Kalia, who set up the company with four friends while recovering from a bout of chickenpox. Kalia and his friends earn about Rs 6 lakh per year as profit from
The ranking is personal, but objective. You can also call the ranking 'educated'; I've been running Lawctopus for two and a half years (how arrogant) and have interacted with law students across most law schools.
We get around 37,000 unique visitors a month which generates more than 2,50,000 page-views . We are with pretty low bounce rate (52%) and 91% of the visitors are from India. 66.5% of our visitors are returning visitors. Also, our Facebook page is now a home to more than 10,000 law students.
Opus reads: the best of the articles for law students in India compiled by Lawctopus.
1. FIR against GNLU's VC
2. The crisis in our humanity
3. NALSAR's 2013 recruitments
4. Lawyers who made it to the Times 100 list
1. Act in a dignified manner (before a clearly corrupt judge)
2. Respect the court (because that's your livelihood)
3. Not communicate in private (with spouses)
7. Refuse to appear in front of relations (you are ugly, we know that)
But those days of sitting in our hostel rooms, late at night, over bottles of, er, thums-up and kebabs, and planning out LST were so awesome! Nothing like ‘creating’ something ground-up.
We used ICQ chat software, early email systems, a basic website etc. to interact with students.
Like a wise man once said: “To be independent
And the above insignificant details leads me to the most bizarre question of all- How were 5 years of law school for you?
The only words that come to my mind are ‘numb’ and ‘disoriented’.
I can’t really say, 5 years were candy floss; but a bone-shaking ride for sure. I took up law because I’d heard
I am forced to experience a carnival of emotions in my mind: right from being too sentimentally attached to this place in order to leave, to the anticipation, excitement and fear about the life ahead. By Arushi Singh, NLIU Bhopal
The excuse of a new practice cannot be stretched over more than 2-3 years. Bar Council of India needs to implement stringent procedures to regulate its own conduct in terms of organising the exam. One can only hope that the subsequent bar exams uphold some level of dignity and prestige associated with an exam which
The hope of someday having well built road, the hope of someday having a faithful wi-fi the hope of someday securing a PPO, the hope that someday the campus will resemble like the wonderful model of as it should have been and oh yes how can I miss it the hope of finding love again