J&K State to set up National Law University

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Jammu and Kashmir State will come up with the National Law University on the lines of the National Law School of India University, NLSIU based in Bangalore.
 
The state legislature passed the bill to establish a National Law University in the state. This bill was passed on 12th February, this year. According to the reports received from the leakers, the process to establish this university will start from this year only. This is basically done to improve the quality of the educational system, in fact, the professional education system in the state.
According to the statement given by the State Law and Justice Minister, Abdul Haq Khan In the year 1995, at an All India conference of Law Ministers, it was made compulsory to set up a Law University in every state. The Law University to be established on the grounds of the NLSIU, Bangalore-based. This was done to improve the quality of professional and legal education system.
 
Know more about the University
The Bangalore-based, National Law School of India University is a Legal Educational Institute that majorly focuses on the legal and policy education for undergraduate and graduate students in India.
Not only this, NLSIU is the first Legal Institute (India) that provides a 5-years course in Law and Social science.

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