UGC to take a call on introduction of Consumer Law, Cyber Law Diploma courses at NLSIU [Read Karnataka HC Order]August 14 2019
The fate of the proposal to introduce diploma courses in consumer law and cyber law at the National Law University of India (NLSIU) Bangalore has been left to the University Grants Commission (UGC) to decide.
As per a Karnataka High Court order passed on August 1, the UGC has been given three months to decide on whether permission can be given to NLSIU to conduct the Post Graduate Diploma courses.
While disposing a writ petition preferred by NLSIU challenging an August 2016 UGC . . .
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