Three Young lawyers from NLIU opt for Tutoring Students as a Career

Deepu Krishna, a 2006 batch pass out, worked with Law School Tutorials and Achievers Guild before setting up his own DK-Studs in 2011 which advises and counsels students/youths to realize their pote


Sajay John

August 7, 2013 - 11:01pm

Yay yay Captain (DK).you have seriously made NLIU famous. ur classes still remembered by us.indeed its a matter of pride for us. Even our faculties here at Nls know u.happy for u man.rock it

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July 2, 2013 - 2:01am

just searched him in google...DK man u r as famous as we thought....i emcourage b&b to do a feauture with u.... I still remember ur criminal law classes...the classy too good...keep it up



February 3, 2013 - 5:45am

Last comment- ^^ Troll alert! :P


Adit Mehrotra

January 3, 2013 - 7:30am

Bunkumbaiter.... Guess you dont know Sachin Malhan well...I dont know any of the other two men mentioned here but Deepu or D.K as we called him taught us. He was introduced to us by Sachin himself and i still remember how Sachin said that he wanted someone to come and step in his shoes and did not get even a single guy apt from any law school including NLSIU,NALSAR and NUJS till he got D.K. He took LST by storm and what a guy he was.One seminar by him at our school in Bombay and we all knew we want to do law, His classes help me still with every fundamental taught by him in our heart. His endearing personality made him an instant hit cause wen i went to NLSIU, i remember all the dudes with me knew him..and that proves his mettle. I remember my Dad meeting him at Mumbai office of LST and after a discussion offering him to work with him part time observing his immense knowledge and communication skill and him turning it down so good. and after my 5 years in law i can still remember his message "In law school work on skills than knowledge more, and i guess you have not worked on it to make such a statement... DK still is undoubtedly the best trainer i have met. I rank him above Sachin malhan. He followed from where Sachin left and has made for him a niche..his own space. after him at LST came a NUJS lad who fought with his Dk's ghost because he couldn't live upto the expectations and impression which Dk had created and that doesnt mean NUJS aint stop branding Law schools like this. Prior to meeting DK even we had opinions about NLIU but he changed it and now we know guys like Apporv Kurup, Bishen etc who are from NLIU doing a superb job..So dont be dogmatic Brother..



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