The hostels are absolutely unbearable. You just cannot survive as a human being in the hostels and their food. Period. It is better to look for your own personal accommodation, and the university does not have a problem with that.
National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam started functioning in 2011 and in three years the university has not had a Professor other than the Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Gurjeet Singh (who will be discharging his duties as the Vice-Chancellor on 26th this month).
After having observed the institution for many years, and having been within it for five, one can only presume that a social engineer is to be created from hours in libraries poring over dusty tomes, in competing mindlessly for moot courts and high CGPA’s, in building glowing CVs on the back of mediocre publications, and
In a haste to organize a fest the colleges miss out on quality, accountability, exposure, experience and (the most important) fun. They just end up leaving the participants in distress. By Harshad Kapoor
The first question that any associate asks you at the law firms is your college. I doubt if anyone has ever asked me my name. But yes once they know your law school they pretty much decide the work you will get.
The NLU’s, the newer ones especially need to understand that to stand a chance in a demand and supply based economy, we need to be academically sound. Moot wins and pseudo sounding conferences, and journals do not do the trick, until there is true material behind it. So stop chasing a PD, MUN and Moot
We the batch of 2009-2014 are graduating in June 2014, with only 2 people placed right now (if only you can call that so, because the terms of recruitment are subjected to a paid internship for 6 months with a promised stipend of Rs. 15,000).
There's this tremendous responsibility of creating yourself. Not through the crutches doled out like jobs, offices, classes etc. but through your own striving. Your own way for your own life. By Tanuj Kalia
We feel that children should grow up embracing laws and feeling empowered rather than overwhelmed by the legal system. This is what will enable a fundamental change in our mindset, paving the way for many positive changes in our country affecting all of us!
He has consistently topped all the exams at Nagpur University, Maharashtra, where he is pursuing law and is one of the 500 to have been chosen by Harvard Law School for a three-month course in copyright law (currently pursuing). But what really sets him apart is the fact that whatever he has achieved, he has
Here's why: he got his personal bodyguard to 'handle' a situation that had arisen and himself, went on to assault a woman participant of the moot competition organized under the Oxford banner. He groped her, touched her inappropriately, slapped and pushed her to the ground.
On turning up we realised that there was huge crowd and a police van was standing by. The members of the Organising Committee were arrested for allegedly beating up a boy and a girl representing a team which had turned up late for registration the previous team and were disqualified.
Each person has their own talents and dreams. Our curriculum starts by identifying those attributes, rather than telling the students to learn mathematics or history or any other preordained syllabus. Based on their input, we provide training.
I have got lucky ! I have struck a successful conversation with an associate :D And I did get a positive response man! As it turns out I wasn't the only one interested to have a conversation. I carried work home, if you what I mean *wink* *wink*
In the end I will make sure, I devote much more time for my near and dear ones who have always been courteous enough to accept me the way I am. Finally, this new year I resolve to make better decisions.