The Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, is one of the premier National Law Schools in India, which has contributed towards transforming legal education into professional excellence in the real sense of the term.
The GNLU Competitive Exam Guidance Committee: Considering the interests of the students of Gujarat National Law University, the University has set up the GNLU Competitive Exam Guidance Committee (GCGC) to facilitate students for various competitive examinations.
About the Lecture Series
Title: GCGC Lecture Series for Civil Services Examinations (7th September 2019)
Topic: “India – A $5 Trillion Economy – Opportunities & Challenges” on 7th September 2019 organized by GNLU Competitive Exam Guidance Committee in collaboration with NEXT IAS, Delhi.
The special lecture series will be conducted by Mr. Deepanshu Singh faculty at NEXT IAS.
Mr. Deepanshu Singh is a renowned personality in the field of Civil Services examination preparation for more than 4 years. He is known for his eloquent lectures on Current Affairs, Indian Polity and Constitution of India both online and offline. Currently, he is a Faculty at NEXT IAS institute.
He is also an avid traveller and a photographer, he has a degree in Computer Science Engineering and has previously worked with Global MNCs like Microsoft, Syntel and startups like Unacademy.
He has more than 2 Lakh social media followers. He was in the reserve list of UPSC CSE 2015 and presently is also a consultant for Government of India in several projects.
Duration of Course
The course will be a seven-hour program on 7th September 2019.
Who can apply?
All students from both GNLU, as well as other Institutions who wish to appear for the Civil Services Examination/Judiciary Examination/or other Competitive Exam, are also welcome.
Please Note: Only 60 slots are up for grabs. The last date for registration is 6th September 2019 till 5:00 p.m.
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