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Activists, doctors accuse K’taka govt of stopping midday meals, urge it to add egg as food item

The signatories in their letter said that students have not been receiving the midday meals or dry ration from June 2020 

Published on 28th October 2020
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NLSIU protests over reservations: Protect local students’ interests, Congress MP tells Yediyurappa

GC Chandrashekhar said a committee consisting of legal experts must be constituted immediately and the matter must be taken up in the Supreme Court to protect the interests of the students 

Published on 1st October 2020
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NLSIU's entrance exam saga: How the pandemic threw India's top law varsity into administrative chaos

A day after Supreme Court asks NLSIU to cancel NLAT 2020 results and consider CLAT 2020, the NLSIU has started refunding entrance fees that was taken for NLAT 2020 exams 

Published on 22nd September 2020
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SC quashes NLSIU Bengaluru's notification for holding separate entrance exam NLAT-2020

The apex court asked the consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) to conduct CLAT-2020 on September 28 while taking all COVID-19 precautions

Published on 21st September 2020
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Separate entrance exam arbitrary and illegal: Supreme Court cancels NLSIU Bengaluru's NLAT-2020

A bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan passed the order on a plea challenging NLAT-2020 filed by former NLSIU Vice-Chancellor Professor R Venkata Rao and the parent of an aspirant

Published on 21st September 2020
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SC to pass order on Sept 21 on plea against the decision of NLSIU Bengaluru to conduct NLAT-2020

The NLSIU action has created an unprecedented uncertainty and has imposed an onerous burden and obligations upon thousands of aspirants, who are now uncertain about the future course of action

Published on 17th September 2020
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SC gives nod to NLAT-2020, restrains NLSIU from declaring results until pendency of plea

The SC bench said it is an important matter. It is a matter which needs to be decided

 

Published on 11th September 2020
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Two days left for NLAT UG 2020: Here is everything you need to know 

Person with Disabilities having a visual impairment, locomotor disability and cerebral palsy can avail a scribe to write their exams. But they must make sure to Submit an identity card of the scribe

Published on 10th September 2020
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NLSIU uploads sample question paper for students writing NLAT UG 2020 

Even before the NLSIU conducts a final exam, they will be conducting mock tests from September 9 to 11  through an online mode. They will use home proctored mode to conduct final entrance exam 

Published on 4th September 2020
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With CLAT getting delayed NLSIU decides to hold their own entrance test on September 12 

The university announced that applications were open till the midnight of September 10. Students seeking admission to NLSIU must apply directly and complete the NLAT UG 2020 entrance exam

Published on 4th September 2020
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How NLS professor Kunal Ambasta being gay and proud prompted the law varsity to start a queer alliance

What it is like to be gay and a professor in college? Kunal Ambasta, an Assistant Professor at NLSIU tells us of what he did when he was called Gay by his students at the college

Published on 24th June 2020
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NLSIU's alumni group and other individuals have sent more than 900 migrant workers to home. Here's how

The alumni of NLSIU is doing wonders by sending the migrant workers back home with dignity. They are making all arrangements to send them by flight but anyone can contribute for this initiative

Published on 5th June 2020
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AMU attempts to resume classes, but students carry on silent protest for 29th day  

The administration had announced that the University would open in phases and that the first phase would open on January 13, however, students have not budged from their protests

 

Published on 13th January 2020
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After almost 50-day delay in appointment, Sudhir Krishnawamy takes charge as NLSIU's new VC

Prof Krishnaswamy completed his graduation in BA LLB from NLSIU in 1998. He has been a Teaching Fellow in Law at the Pembroke College at Oxford University

Published on 26th September 2019
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Law students of HPNLU on strike for a week because they have no water or clean loos

The students of the university have been protesting for a week now. The administration has shut down the university until September 25

Published on 24th September 2019

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