NLU Mumbai gets (temporary) campus, two-storey building, separate entrance examination – Vice Chancellor Dr. BP Panda

Default admin language (currently English) February 23 2015

If things go as per plan, the country’s eighteenth national law university, and the first of three planned for Maharashtra, shall start operations very soon. Speaking to Bar & Bench, Vice Chancellor Bhavani Prasad Panda revealed that the first batch of 60 students would be joining the University in June this year.

It has been a bit of an uphill climb for Dr. Panda. After receiving the appointment in September last year, Panda reached Mumbai a month later. A week after that, Maharashtra held . . .

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