NLIU students on FM radio
NATIONAL LAW Institute University (NLIU) now have their own half-an-hour slot in Gyan Vani, the FM channel of IGNOU, twice a month on Thursdays at 7 pm. The programme called ? Kanoon aur hum? started in July.Updated: Sep 02, 2006 02:15 IST
NATIONAL LAW Institute University (NLIU) now have their own half-an-hour slot in Gyan Vani, the FM channel of IGNOU, twice a month on Thursdays at 7 pm. The programme called ‘ Kanoon aur hum’ started in July.
The purpose of the programme is to pass legal information to audience regarding various laws that affect the public and about evolution of law in India. Students are involved in developing research, writing script and also in presentation of the programme, NLIU director Dr Balraj Chauhan said.
Red Cross Society honours IEHE
INSTITUTE OF Excellence in Higher Education (IEHE) was recently honoured by the Red Cross Society for providing the maximum blood donors among organisations where Red Cross society has held blood donation camps in the City. Governor Dr Balram Jakhar presented an award to IEHE director Dr Pramila Maini at a recent function at Raj Bhavan, NSS programme officer of IEHE, Dr Madhu Jain said. Students of the institute were also appreciated by the Society for prompt response whenever blood was urgently required for any critical patient, Dr Jain added.
IG addresses NLIU students
NATIONAL LAW Institute University (NLIU) criminology students visited Jehangirabad police training institute on August 28. Inspector General (IG) of Police, Bhopal, Sanjeev Kumar Singh addressed students and spoke about the functioning of police, challenges they face and new strategies they are taking up to combat crime. He also discussed new aspects in the crime world, eg cyber crime.
There was also a question and answer session. where avenues of interaction of the police with lawyers were discussed. The police also demonstrated weapons like different types of revolvers and rifles to students.
BU law students win laurels
BARKATULLAH UNIVERSITY law students recently took part in the 22nd all India Moot Court Competition organised by the Bar Council of India (BCI) in Patna. BU student Bhavesh Acharya received the best mooter’s award and a scholarship of Rs750 per month.
BU law students also recently took part in a debate competition organised by Pandit Kunjilal Dubey Parliamentary Academy. BU law department students Ankita Pandey and Abhay Pratap Singh received the second and third position respectively. Students from all over Madhya Pradesh participated in the competition. BU law student Raunak Mathur also won laurels at the
moot court competition held in National Law Institute University (NLIU) Jodhpur. A team of three BU students will also take part in the moot court competition to be held at NLIU at Mohali in September.
RKDF MCA course accredited
AICTE TEAM visited the department of MCA at RKDF Institute of Science and Technology (RKSDFIST) and the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) has accredited the MCA course of the institute for the next three years ie, up to July 2009. Two other courses of RKDFIST (mechanical engineering and electronics and telecommunication) have also received accreditation, which is valid up to February 2008. Another college of the group Shri Satya Sai Institute of Science and Technology also secured NBA accreditation in the same two courses (valid up to July 2009).
In a simple function held at RKDIST recently, RKDF Chairman Dr Kapoor congratulated the faculty and the staff for this achievement.
Compiled by Arpita Mitra Photo by Mujeeb Faruqui
First Published: Sep 02, 2006 02:15 IST