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IDIA Odisha Chapter The student volunteers of IDIA Odisha Chapter from NLUO, Cuttack (NLUO) have successfully completed 5 sensitisations in 3 months from June to November 2016. Our sensitisations have catered to diverse audience ranging from school students to housekeeping...
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IDIA has been expanding its horizons to include more and more diverse communities in India, while trying to provide the opportunity for accessing legal education to the underprivileged. Recently, IDIA made its presence felt in the interiors of one of the...
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Our next interview in the IDAP interview series features Jack Chen, a highly accomplished patent attorney who works at Google in New York City. Despite being completely blind for the last 25 years, Jack has scaled many peaks in his...
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It was on this day 13 years ago, that Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), one of the finest institutions imparting legal education in India was born. The early days of the institution were spent in a makeshit academic building in Gandhinagar's...
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Gujarat National Law University is no stranger to whimsical rule making. Just earlier this year, GNLU made amendments to its GNLU Regulations in February but chose not to reveal the change to the student body till May 2016.  However the delagated...
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Earlier this year, Legally India reported that NLU Orissa had plagiarised large chunks of its Self Study Report for the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). However, with Kian being busy trying to monetise his newsletter and Prachi being so overworked by...
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-AVINASH GAUTAM, 3rd Semester Student at NLUO Infrastructure of the college [Hostels (or alternate accommodations), Academic block/class rooms, Library, Mess/Canteen and Other things ] The campus has 3 huge hostels (2 boys + 1 girls) and is in process of coming up...
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It’s that time of the year again. The time when a flood of relatives leave you with a landslide of advice and all around you your parents, friends and even the media sets off a tornado of expert opinion leaving you...
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Let me make a few things clear at the very beginning itself. If you have not cracked the CLAT-2016 and you are reading this note looking forward to get any sort of sympathy or condolence– read no further. If you believe...
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  Hello ,  I am an medical aspirant ( MBBS )   The main point of my letter is in the question that to have a NEET or not    The NEET Pattern would obviously curb malpractices , financial burden...
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The IDIA Charitable Trust was selected by the Vienna based Zero Project as one of 86 winners from across the world for “Innovative Practices 2016” at this year’s Zero Project Conference on Inclusive Education and Information and Communication Technology (ICT)...
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It’s been three years since I have reached this law school. And from the very first day, our seniors used to eulogize about that world of journals, research papers and the prospective career that it could offer in the future. On...
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The NLU Delhi LLM- The Opaque Hostel Allocation Process and the Rest All may seem good and rosy in NLUD, yes the National Law University, Delhi but there are some rots in the system and they are significant ones. This post...
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As with previous years, IDIA continues its modest success this year as well. Five of our scholars make it to the leading law schools in India! The fourth allotment list of CLAT was just out last week. Although mired in...
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Hello, We are happy to announce that on 17th May 2015, Sunday, a small team of around 20 runners will run the TCS Marathon in Bangalore for IDIA. We hope to raise funds to empower underprivileged children to become world class lawyers and community leaders.We aim to...
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IDIA (Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access) is currently seeking applications for the position of ‘Assistant Manager-Operations’. Applicant will be responsible for organising and implementing project activities of the organisation. Job Responsibilities and Duties:Help with various aspects of IDIA operation including sensitisation programmes...
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Ever since we kickstarted the IDIA project in 2010 with a visit to a government school in the small Himalayan town of Pelling, we’ve visited around 250 schools and spoken to more than 15,000 students on the wonders of law...
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IDIA(Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access)enthusiastically invites you to Run, Jog or Walk the Tata Consultancy Services World 10k Run [“TCS 10k”] on 17th May 2015 in Bangalore, to spread awareness and raise funds for underprivileged students to become leading lawyers and...
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The following post was written by IDIA scholar Shivam. He is a student of NUJS, Kolkata and his team recently reached the semifinals of the prestigious Vis East Moot Court Competition.It was 19th September 2014, when the result for moot...
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Arindam Bhattacharjee, an IDIA Scholar from our first batch, is presently in his 4th year at NLIU, Bhopal, and has just secured a job at Khaitan & Co., one of India’s premier law firms! We asked him to share his...
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