The NIRF Rankings, and what they mean for Indian legal educationApril 11 2016
By Aditya AK & Anuj A
In September last year, the Ministry of Human Resource Development announced its plans to develop and publish an objective ranking of the top educational institutions in the country. It was a significant decision, more so for the country’s law schools. After all, the National Institutional Ranking Framework marked the government’s first foray into ranking the country’s legal institutions.
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