Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology (approved by NCTE & BCI, affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Dwarka, New Delhi) established by “The Fairfield Group of Institutions” and backed by 44 years legacy, is preparing the professionals and future leaders for the country, not only with academic and entrepreneurial skills but also with a value system for their holistic development.
Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology, (FIMT), New Delhi and Kathmandu School of Law, Nepal share a very cordial institutional relationship for many years.
The academic bond shared between these two institutions became stronger when it started conducting joint ‘International Residential Student Exchange Program’ from the year 2017.
This year 9-day International Residential Student Exchange Program from 11th-19th March 2019 on Law, Logic, International Relations and Human Rights in FIMT Campus will organise intellectual dynamic discussions, workshops, activities with the experts as well as policymakers and researchers in the respective fields.
All the students enrolled in three or five year LLB Courses from any Law College/ Institution/University recognized by the Bar Council of India.
Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology, FIMT CAMPUS, Kapashera, New Delhi – 110037
Interested Students are requested fill this form.
*STUDENTS WILL BE SHORTLISTED ON THE BASIS OF THIS FORM*
|Last Date of Registration|
(filing of the Google Form)
|26th February 2019|
|Announcement of Names of Shortlisted Students||27th February 2019|
|Last Date of Submission of Fees||1st March 2019|
|Dates of the Programme||11th March-19th March 2019|
- Ms. Deepa Bhutani: 9711464097
- Mr. Aditya Pandey: 9039030856
- Mr. Krishna Pandey: 8588019483
- Ms. Hiteshi Kakkar: 7503000714
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*THE SCHEDULE OF THE PROGRAMME HAS BEEN SHARED ON THE FACEBOOK PAGE*
Email ID: fimtrst2019[at]gmail.com
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