A recent report relating to higher education in India entitled “New Realities, New Possibilities: The Changing Face of Indian Higher Education” published by E&Y and FICCI observes th
Who commissioned the report?
@ Akshay, I have seen a lot of research papers that your college mates have written (including yours) and I am sad to say that the quality is pathetic. One of your top ranked classmate told me about people copying commentaries for their projects. Needless to say, it is clear how you people manage your publications, if any. Whereas students in JGLS are failed for the entire course if even a single sentence is copied without citing. Also, the publication part on the website only mentions the publications by the faculty members. Your way of writing gives a good impression of your intellect and inflated mind.
does Jindal actually have all the international faculty members they advertise or is it just hype ?
@Akshay Bd: You have a knack for fiction my friend.I have seen the best from National Law Schools and the worst.My sister is from a National Law School and please don't get me started on the number of retards I have seen.You say National Law School is one of the premier institutes in the country.Why isn't it on the list of top 100 law schools in the world.Fine, national law schools have been instrumental in producing some really bright and intelligent students.That's what you claim but what about faculty?And how old are you again?Because looking at the message you have just written,I am guessing you must have not even reached puberty.You sound like a god damn juvenile delinquent.I suggest you get your facts straight before you go around spreading your pseudo comments on how superior your institution is compared to other private institutions.Please try to be a little more professional in your approach whilst expressing your opinions on this site.Isn't that unprofessional on your part considering you are an alumnus of a very prestigious law school?Oh yes aren't you the guy who got a full scholarship to study in Leiden University?Hahahaha.I am sure they would be gratified to have you as their student.Just don't make a fool of yourself like the way you have done on this site.
to PAPA FROM NLS, NEW DELHI, irrespective of who is on the the FICCI we are doing a good job and everyone's pretty happy with the education they receive and the cost that they pay.Unfortunately Jindal does not have the acronym NLS written anywhere on it, so it is really difficult for us to brand it to the public. In light of this it is essential for us to post such reports and tell the world that at least there is a stamp of approval from some quarter.Even if you were to assume that the report is biased,Institutions like Ernst and Young and FICCI have at least conceded that it is worth compromising their image and time towards publishing such a report. The Indian legal education market seems to have a high percentage of captive users for the NLS brand, therefore new institutions can afford to open a school design a logo that has terms like "national" "law" or "university" or "school" fixed in its name and then use a standardized test like "CLAT" and thus manage to not spend a single cent on advertisement or publicity to attract its students. In fact all national schools are a cartel and they use their captive chicken brained audience to deliver a message to the entire world that "education is only for the intelligent" "if you pass our entrance test then you should consider yourself intelligent", and finally "you will succeed only if you go to one of our national law school ". Thus it is national law schools that indulge in false advertising, but they don't use the media as the medium, they condition their chicken brained students to bad mouth anyone that try to compete against them. The way i see it, national law school is like the IBM of 90's while Jindal Global law school is like 'apple'. Their philosophy of education is built on Jiddu Krishnamurti's concept of education and most importantly they make their student view law as an art thus attempting to generate more passionate people in the process.
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