India's education system has not changed

BLOG- Life has changed but India’s education system has not changed

Lord Macaulay education system finished the basic creative knowledge and patriotism Life has changed but India’s education system has not changed -Mr. Shri Paul Sharma India’s education system has not changed- The British system of education has been running from the 18th century in which Lord Macaulay had a plan to rule over India so […]

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justice

BLOG- Indian justice system has been proved unsuccessful in giving justice to the public

Before independence, the sitting on the village’s Choupal and settled all kinds of mutual disputes. They were able to make all these decisions only with the knowledge of life experience and mutual discussions one can make a decision with their own understanding. But today’s justice system has proved unsuccessful in giving justice to the public […]

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CYBERTALKINDIA

Campus Ambassadors at CYBERTALKINDIA

CYBERTALKINDIA: NETIZENS CHOICE An ISO 9001: 2015 Certified Company in Indore Madhya Pradesh India, with an experience of 3+ Years and also have experience of working with many Law Enforcement Agencies. We focus on cybersecurity training and skill development on digital citizenship and internet safety. With the cashless economy boom, there is a pressing need […]

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RSRR

Call for Papers: RSRR Journal- Volume 5, Issue 1 (Metamorphosis: From An Extensive To An Evolutionary Constitution): Submit by Feb 10, 2019

ABOUT RSRR- RGNUL Student Research Review (RSRR) is a bi-annual, student-run, blind peer-reviewed legal journal based at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab.We have been publishing the academic RSRR journal in association with the Eastern Book Company since 2014. The Editorial Board invites submissions for the Volume 5, Issue 1 from academicians, practitioners, legal […]

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WRONGFUL CONVICTION: AN INNOCENT MUST NOT BE WRONGED

Once Bill Rowling OAM explicated the false conviction and the troubles it creates in simple words: “We fail ourselves if a wrong person is in jail. Police, prosecutors and judges are society’s agents: what they do in our name, wrongly or rightly, measures us as a people. One wrong conviction would be too many, if […]

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Gradual transformation in outlook of judiciary for women

Once Charles Fourier said “One could judge the degree of civilization of a country by social and political position of its women.” Rightly said but outlook of judiciary for women cannot be ignored. The judges presiding over a bench for dealing cases are not only lamp bearer of a society or are not there just […]

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RSRR

11th GNLU International Moot Court Competition,2019 [Feb 13-17, Gandhinagar]; Register by October 22, 2018

For a decade, GNLU International Moot Court Competition (GIMC) has provided a unique platform for discourse on contemporary issues in International Trade Law by simulating the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism. With each passing edition of GIMC, we strive to engage teams in the spirited, yet challenging competition, and help them realize their passion for this […]

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RSRR

CALL FOR PAPERS- Journal On Contemporary Issues of Law [ISSN- 2455-4782] [Vol 4, Issue 6]- Last date July 20

ABOUT- Journal on Contemporary Issues of Law, a digital law journal having ISSN 2455-4782, has announced a call for papers for its Volume 4 Issue 6. AIM- Focus on contemporary issues of law. SUBMISSION GUIDELINES- Word Limit: Articles: 2,500-10,000 words; Book reviews: 1,000-1,500 words; Short comments: 1,000-1,500 words. CO-AUTHORSHIP- Maximum of three (3) authors. All […]

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ILNU National Moot Court

MOOT- 8th ILNU National Moot Court 2018 in Association with CCI [Aug 31-Sep 2, Ahmedabad]: Registrations Open

ABOUT- The Moot Court Committee of ILNU has now embraced to follow the league and host the 8th ILNU National Moot Court Competition (8th ILNU-NMCC) 2018 in association with the Competition Commission of India. The 8th ILNU National Moot Court will provide an avenue for students to experience a medley of an opportunity of arguing before a simulated […]

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