With the announcement of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 schedule by Election Commission of India, there is quite a buzz in the education sector as examination dates of some of the entrance exams are clashing with the election dates. The election will be conducted in multiple session throughout April and May affecting dates of many nations as well as state-level examinations. There are speculations making rounds regarding the change in dates of the examinations. ...Read more
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2019 the national level law entrance examination is scheduled to be conducted on May 12, 2019, by National Law University (NLU) Orissa. As per the official notification released the last date to apply for CLAT 2019 is March 31, 2019. The process of registration started back on January 13, 2019. ...Read more
CLAT 2019 which is scheduled on May 12, 2019, will be conducted in offline mode. Eliminating the rumors going on regarding the mode examination getting changed to online, Srikrishna Deva Rao, vice-chancellor of NLU, Odisha said that CLAT 2019 will be conducted in offline mode as earlier without any change. Srikrishna Deva Rao who is also the Convenor of this year CLAT examination further mentioned that the exam may go online in the future if the number of applicants increases. ...Read more
NLIU has a center for advanced study and research on intellectual property, the students who attend the summer course in a foreign country will be provided scholarships of rs.30000/-
The National Law Institute University has been successful in instilling a sense of broad perspective along with scholastic and reflexive capabilities bearing in mind larger national and humanitarian goals in its students Legal education never received the attention it deserved in this country. It is a paradox that the Constitution ushered in the ideal of rule of law and adopted the policy of development through law but little attention was paid to legal studies. For almost half a century study of law in Indian Universities has been in doldrums. It was increasingly realised by the professionals and academicians that the system of law teaching was thoroughly inadequate, unimaginative and divorced from the major public issues of the day but attempts to change have that have been few and far between.