Assessing teacher performance in law schools: Problems and prospects

Default admin language (currently English) August 20 2013

Sidharth Chauhan

A few weeks ago, the network of National Law Universities (NLUs) welcomed incoming students who have secured their places in these institutions after clearing the formidable hurdle of entrance tests. At present, there are sixteen institutions located all over India that form part of the experiment that was initiated with the establishment of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) in Bangalore in the late 1980s. A few more states have announced plans to establish institutions of a comparable design in the near future . . .

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