NLSIU gets 1 crore grant from Consumer Affairs Ministry; Aims to set up online mediation centre, build technical infrastructureJanuary 20 2015
The country’s first national law school, NLSIU Bangalore, has recently received a one crore grant from the Ministry of Consumer Affairs to speed up consumer disputes. The grant is in anticipation of the proposed amendment to the Consumer Protection Act, which will require consumer mediation cells to be set up at the national, state and district levels.
Prof. Ashok R. Patil, Chair Professor of the . . .
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