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Breaking: Mysore Univ’s Prof Bhat to be next NUJS VC in surprise decision

Dr P Ishwara Bhat, chairman and professor of the law department of Mysore University, has been appointed as the new vice chancellor of NUJS at the university’s executive council (EC) meeting today.

Bhat who specialises in Constitutional and International law confirmed that he has been selected as the new vice-chancellor by the EC based on the recommendations of the search committee and added that he would be accepting the offer as and when he receives an official written communication from the university.

However, he added that details such as the commencement of his tenure and other related aspects of his appointment would only be confirmed after he receives an official written communication from the university.

Commenting on his expectations at NUJS, Bhat said, “NUJS has an excellent faculty and a very good name. Former VCs have built NUJS’ reputation and I will continue to maintain that tradition and strive for excellence.”

Three candidates were understood to be in the running for the post as of earlier this month, although the executive council’s search committee retained the option of contacting others.

Around five names were ultimately being considered by the search committee, according to insiders who said that ultimately the decision was a close call between Manoj Kumar Sinha and Ishwara Bhat.

Various office-bearers of the Student Juridical Association (SJA) declined to comment on the appointment saying that it was too early to comment on the expectations of the students from the new vice chancellor or the impact of this appointment on the university.

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Like +4 Object -1 Anon Noojie 19 Nov 11, 19:46
This shows the problem with unfounded reports based on rumors. Wasn't it Legally India that had published the names of 3 people shortlisted for the post some time back? I didn't see Dr. Bhat's name in there! Beats me how the 'reporter' got to know of the shortlist, given the Search Committee never revealed it officially!
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Like +1 Object -1 jack 19 Nov 11, 22:32
If you had read the earlier report carefully, it says three likely candidate but possibility of another other candidate being appointed was not ruled out.
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Like +1 Object -1 Anon Noojie 21 Nov 11, 23:10
Quoting jack:
If you had read the earlier report carefully, it says three likely candidate but possibility of another other candidate being appointed was not ruled out.

The relevant quoted sentence from the earlier post was, "It is understood that the executive council also has the power to reopen the search." I fail to see the reliance placed on your possibility. That way,every news item has the possibility of being proven false. And for the record, those 3 were never shortlisted, simply approached. Dr. Bhat had always been part of the list. The point I was trying to make is revealing a random list as a shortlist by a student reporter can hurt ultimate credibility of LI, which I have a personal liking for.
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Like +2 Object -0 NUJS 19 Nov 11, 20:25
has nothing to say about it?
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Like +2 Object -0 LOL 19 Nov 11, 20:37
Ha ha.... rhe other candidates must have turned the offer down. Would like to see the attitude of the NUJS people on this site now that they have a little known academic from a very ordinary college. Now do you accept your college is overrated?
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Like +8 Object -0 Spectator 19 Nov 11, 21:18  interesting
No one knew of Veer Singh before he became VC of NALSAR, Did someone? No One even knew of Prof. Ranbir Singh before he became VC of NALSAR in 1998, Did someone? Nor have I heard anything of Prof. Venkat Rao as such, at least before he became the VC of NLS, Did someone?

And, How does that really matter when the person has not started his tenure. He may do extremely well which one has never thought of.
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Like +5 Object -0 anandpmishra 19 Nov 11, 21:02  interesting
Yes,it is a surprise decision..NUJS got its new VC in Prof. Bhat from Mysore University...with all due respect to Prof. Bhatt, NUJS has failed to attract an academician from a top Law School or Law Faculty from India or abroad despite being such a premier law university..
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Like +0 Object -0 B 19 Nov 11, 22:28
Quoting anandpmishra:
Yes,it is a surprise decision..NUJS got its new VC in Prof. Bhat from Mysore University...with all due respect to Prof. Bhatt, NUJS has failed to attract an academician from a top Law School or Law Faculty from India or abroad despite being such a premier law university..


Agree.
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Like +2 Object -1 top notch 19 Nov 11, 23:32
Prof. Bhat fits the bill; he is a top notch candidate: brilliant academician and tons of experience as an administrative. Fulbright scholar, foreign educated, widely traveled and a passionate supporter of legal interventions in the development sector. He has authored SEVEN bloody books and has been the dean of a respectable university TWICE. Mind it!
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Like +2 Object -0 laloo 20 Nov 11, 16:19
Quoting anandpmishra:
Yes,it is a surprise decision..NUJS got its new VC in Prof. Bhat from Mysore University...with all due respect to Prof. Bhatt, NUJS has failed to attract an academician from a top Law School or Law Faculty from India or abroad despite being such a premier law university..

I totally agree.
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Like +6 Object -0 A 19 Nov 11, 21:38  interesting
Kian - Are you keeping track of other law universities (mainly non-NLUs) whose VC and Principals are getting appointed ? I have seen atleast 2-3 news on NUJS VC selection. Other universities too select eminent scholars for the highest post, kindly come out of NLUs and also publish news of non-NLUs. India has non-NLUs too which are silently contributing to nation. So, I guess they too deserve it.
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Like +1 Object -0 B 19 Nov 11, 22:42
Quoting A:
Kian - Are you keeping track of other law universities (mainly non-NLUs) whose VC and Principals are getting appointed ? I have seen atleast 2-3 news on NUJS VC selection. Other universities too select eminent scholars for the highest post, kindly come out of NLUs and also publish news of non-NLUs. India has non-NLUs too which are silently contributing to nation. So, I guess they too deserve it.


Since you've mentioned it, I think it's worth mentioning that GLC just got a new principal after a 2 years of the post being vacant! The judiciary finally stepped in after an absolute lack of effort on part of the Maharashtra Government (It's ironic that the said govt. announced yesterday that they will open 3 NLUs in Maharastra [read yesterday's TOI]. They can't get a principal for GLC for 2 yrs., what will they maintain NLUs). Anyway, Mr. Malik (the President of the Maharashtra Industrial Tribunal) was appointed as Principal a month ago by the Chief Justice of the Bombay HC. This happened after a lot of student and faculty agitation, but I guess LI missed this. In any event, hope that GLC's finally got what its students truly deserve.
Good luck to Prof. Bhat too!
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Like +0 Object -0 NLU 22 Nov 11, 22:53
great...!!! We (NLUs) get what we deserve, and non-NLUs get, what they deserve!! ;)
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Like +0 Object -0 -- 19 Nov 11, 22:24
Strawberry Fields :D
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Like +0 Object -0 NUJS - Act IV, Scene I 19 Nov 11, 23:29
Quoting --:
Strawberry Fields :D


Talk about being off-topic. :/

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Coming back to the point, as a student who will be witness to the new VC I honestly have a bad feeling about Prof. Bhat. I sincerely hope I'm proved wrong on this one, but there you go.

And to be fair, an institution is greater than the person heading it. Prof Singh will be dearly missed, and Prof Bhat shall be welcomed.

Dhruv
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Like +0 Object -0 SP 19 Nov 11, 22:54
welllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllll.............. .........dekhtae hai hamra papa kya kare ???
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Like +4 Object -0 anonymous 19 Nov 11, 23:15
I don't understand this condescending,almost obsessive, manner of how non-law school professors are treated. Law as a discipline, didn't start with the Law Schools. Prof. Menon, Prof Tripathi, Prf. Mani, Prof. Chimni were all distinguished academicians before they were in any manner associated with any particular law school. Please have an open mind and do not start judging academicians on whether they aare from any law school or not. I am myself from a law school; but that doesn't really mean that we start judging someone legal acumen merely on the basis of whether one has the law school tag or not. The most distinguished lawyers of the country- Palkhivala, Setalvad, Seervai, Daphtary, Nariman, Salve - are all non-law school products. Law Schools were not started to bring in to ameliorate the legal education of the country so that other law colleges could catch up. They were not meant to look down upon other law colleges.
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Like +1 Object -0 Anon Noojie 21 Nov 11, 22:56
Exactly, especially given that no NLS student has yet made it big enough in the field of academics to begin with in the first place!
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Like +4 Object -1 Prof. Bhat- acclaimed academic 19 Nov 11, 23:22
Prof. Bhat is a renowned academic.

A FULBRIGHT scholar and professor

Author of SEVEN books

Authority on NON PROFIT ORGANISATIONS and law

DEAN of Mysore University TWICE

A master fund-raiser and administrator

Read here: www.law.edu/Fall-2010-Web-Stories-Aug-Sept/Prominent-Indian-Scholar-Teaching-At-CUA-Law.cfm

I must say that his qualifications as a top notch intelligent scholar, academician and his administrative experience makes him a great candidate!

Congrats!
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Like +4 Object -0 NUJS fan 19 Nov 11, 23:25
NUJS is the papa of Indian law schools - Bhatt or no bhatt. The quality of graduates I have seen at major law firms across India (and I have worked at quite a few) can only be rivalled by NLS and none other. And for God's sake, lets not judge law schools by who is the VC!! For the record, I am not from NUJS.
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Like +0 Object -0 Arzaan Contractor 20 Nov 11, 09:09
So NUJS churns out people who can work long hours, and pore over agreements with enthusiasm. That's an indicator of the 'quality' of lawyers? Really?


'I'm not from NUJS'. HAHAHAHA. [...] mera.
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Like +5 Object -0 Arzaan ka baap 20 Nov 11, 11:00  interesting
First there is NLS.
Then there is NUJS.
And then the rest.
Oh and in between, there is an NLS wannabe, NALSARat.
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Like +5 Object -1 Anon 20 Nov 11, 06:19
Who says Prof Ishwar Bhat is a "little known academic"? Ask your law profs in your college. Any constitutional law professor worth his salt would acknowledge that Prof. Bhat's book on Fundamental Rights is one of the best books ever written on Indian constitutional Law.
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Like +0 Object -0 abc 20 Nov 11, 09:31
Someone should file an RTI application as to why the names LI listed were rejected.
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Like +2 Object -1 delhi lawyer 20 Nov 11, 10:20
I am astonished at the ignorance of those who call Dr. Bhat a 'little known academic'. His book on Fundamental Rights and their Interrelationship is a masterpiece and one of the most respected on the subject.
The challenge for him however, would be the administration: hope he can carry the legacy forward.
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Like +5 Object -1 CREDENTIALS 20 Nov 11, 10:55
Prof. Bhat's credentials are something which will make any law school VC jealous!

1. Intelligent: Fulbright scholar

2. Hard working: Author of 7 (SEVEN) books

3. Renowned academician: Holder of numerous scholarships and grants. Extensive research on numerous fields of law. Has mentored many a PhD students.

4. Experienced, excellent administrator: Dean of Mysore University twice. Panels sponsored by NHRC, Red Cross, NLSIU.

5. Socially sensitive: NGOs and Law and social transformation is his favorite subject. He has authored a 1000 page book on this and taught at leading foreign universities on related subjects.

6. International experience: Has taught at many renowned international universities.

7. Takes forward the vision of MP Singh: Academician first, administrative next but doing both in a kickass manner!

What more do you need? Great choice by the NUJS committee!
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Like +0 Object -0 Anon Noojie 21 Nov 11, 22:59
Prof. Bhat especially has one of the best credentials in the field of Space Law in the country.
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Like +2 Object -0 A 21 Nov 11, 10:13
If this guy had been appointed VC of another college all these NUJS people would be making fun of how the college has a bad VC from a cheap place like Mysore Univ. Look at the hypocrisy!
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Like +2 Object -0 abhi 21 Nov 11, 10:47
Quoting NUJS fan:
NUJS is the papa of Indian law schools - Bhatt or no bhatt. The quality of graduates I have seen at major law firms across India (and I have worked at quite a few) can only be rivalled by NLS and none other. And for God's sake, lets not judge law schools by who is the VC!! For the record, I am not from NUJS.


DUDE NUJS PAPA OF LAW SCHOOLS since when ???? dont tell me NLS and NALSAR and NLU delhi have been shut down
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Like +1 Object -0 @abhi 21 Nov 11, 15:01
Quoting abhi:
Quoting NUJS fan:
NUJS is the papa of Indian law schools - Bhatt or no bhatt. The quality of graduates I have seen at major law firms across India (and I have worked at quite a few) can only be rivalled by NLS and none other. And for God's sake, lets not judge law schools by who is the VC!! For the record, I am not from NUJS.


DUDE NUJS PAPA OF LAW SCHOOLS since when ???? dont tell me NLS and NALSAR and NLU delhi have been shut down


NLU Delhi? Duh!
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Like +0 Object -0 Fact. 21 Nov 11, 19:45
Do not underestimate NLUD. More than half of the people there left NALSAR and NUJS. Many firms (including Herbert Smith) are ready to recruit from the 1st batch itself. Give it some time. It might not beat NLSIU or NALSAR but it can surely come up as a big thing very soon.
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Like +5 Object -0 All Bull 22 Nov 11, 03:04  interesting
Quoting Fact.:
Do not underestimate NLUD. More than half of the people there left NALSAR and NUJS. Many firms (including Herbert Smith) are ready to recruit from the 1st batch itself. Give it some time. It might not beat NLSIU or NALSAR but it can surely come up as a big thing very soon.

I personally left NLU Delhi for one of the two law schools you mentioned herein and know half of the batch did the same. Just because one or two exceptions happen here and there don't cry hoarse on a public forum.
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Like +2 Object -0 Bull 22 Nov 11, 08:33
Really? Half of the Batch. Now I don't believe this. Half of your batch was not even eligible for above mentioned two colleges. Were they? Really ? Hence, there was no question that they had left it, because their ass were kicked by other students who made there.
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Like +1 Object -0 Fact. 22 Nov 11, 22:16
Very few people left NALSAR (only 3-4) but at least 25 people NUJS. I for one left NUJS without even thinking twice. This, I agree, in no way proves that NLUD is better than NUJS or NALSAR as my personal opinion will not determine how good or bad a college is. Also, I accept that at this point of time NUJS and NALSAR are better than NLUD. All I am saying is that do not underestimate us. We have tremendous potential.

FYI: I know people who went to NUJS, studied there for a few weeks, waited for NLUD to come up with its 2nd or 3rd list, got shortlisted, left NUJS and joined NLUD.
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Like +3 Object -0 Fact 22 Nov 11, 23:26
I would love to know those "25" People who made into both NUJS and NLUD. hardly are there 10 people who get both the colleges. Some of them stay in NUJS, while other stay at NLUD.

True enough that people leave, but at least don't overestimate your facts. Have a look of the rank list. I hope you have learnt how to research at NLUD.
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Like +0 Object -0 Fact. 23 Nov 11, 21:37
I have already had a look at the rank list. Wish you had done the same. Minimum 25 left NUJS. Some of them left even after depositing their fees.

P.S.:No hard feelings involved. I greatly respect all students in NUJS. In fact, some of my best friends are studying there.
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Like +0 Object -0 Fact 23 Nov 11, 22:56
Yeah! I had the same one.
That is why I said. I would LOVE to know who those 25 :)
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Like +4 Object -0 NALSARite 22 Nov 11, 05:57
Quoting Fact.:
Do not underestimate NLUD. More than half of the people there left NALSAR and NUJS. Many firms (including Herbert Smith) are ready to recruit from the 1st batch itself. Give it some time. It might not beat NLSIU or NALSAR but it can surely come up as a big thing very soon.

The Only people who left NALSAR for NLUD were lazy ass kids who wanted to stay in Delhi and not having to move to Hyderabad because their homes were in Delhi.
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Like +1 Object -0 NUJS fan 21 Nov 11, 10:50
@Arzaan Contractor : I was thinking of giving a fitting reply….then realized the futility of it. The difference btw u and me is that u hv a vested interest in pulling ppl down (u take that as your duty in life). I was merely makng an observation based on my law firm experience of last 7 yrs….u were free to draw ur own conclusions, instead u chose to launch an attack on what I said in crude language. Anyway I am not getting into this.
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Like +0 Object -0 sup 21 Nov 11, 10:56
@ all NUJS ppl...were u people born idiots or have you people done some special course on 'Being Idiots'
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Like +4 Object -0 NUJS!! 21 Nov 11, 11:06
I just fail to understand this NUJS attitude. And this is restricted to only the new batches! The seniors I know or knew from the Kolkata law school were decent people who never indulged in petty squabbles over non issues. Also they would never turn a blind eye to their mistakes and deride other law schools. In fact they would prove it with their credentials. e.g. Winning Vis, etc. These new batches with their entrepreneurship ecstasy is giving the university a bad name and making it a laughing stock for other law schools with their self proclaimed 'we are the best' attitude!
Prof. M.P. Singh has done a lot I hear but one thing he failed to do was check on the attitudes of his students. I guess this is more to do with the ragging having gone down. This is what makes the new batches such arrogant toe rags.
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Like +0 Object -0 Anon Noojie 21 Nov 11, 23:03
Without commenting on the ragging part and being an NUJS alumnus, I would tend to agree. Unfortunately, the same seems true about the new batches in most of the law schools. Some of my best friends and colleagues are from NLSIU or NALSAR and we've never indulged in such squabbles about whose alma mater beats the others'!
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Like +4 Object -0 Since 2000 22 Nov 11, 01:18
Sorry sir,

I read the LST forum. You guys have been doing this since 2000.

Regards.
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Like +1 Object -0 Anon Noojie 22 Nov 11, 22:08
Quoting Since 2000:
Sorry sir,

I read the LST forum. You guys have been doing this since 2000.

Regards.

I would like to point out that every batch of every single national law school is bound to have at least one or two people who find nothing better to do than badmouth other schools. And if you choose to rely upon LST Forum's posts (an organization which hasn't catered to even 50% of my own batch, incidentally) than on the words of the students who have interacted among themselves, that's your prerogative, of course :) I may disagree with what you say, but I'll defend your right to say it till my dying breath.
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Like +4 Object -0 fact 21 Nov 11, 13:02
Unfortunately, the profile of NUJS students has changed over the years. The early batches were dominated by students from elite schools and cultured backgrounds. Now the CLAT has become like the IAS and the college is filled with rustic folks from tier-2 North Indian cities. Just look at the crude Hindi language used in these posts! Unfortunately, these people try hard to be "kewl" and end up throwing a lot of attitude. These guys are the male equivalent of "behenji turned mods".
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Like +3 Object -0 NUJS!! 21 Nov 11, 13:15
@ 20 So very true. In fact what I do not understand of these juniors is their anti - other law schools attitude! It is just spoiling the atmosphere. Please understand that no one cares two hoots about your law school after you pass out. I do not know from where their arrogance has come. I guess it is from the fact that they are ill informed. Let me tell you as good as NUJS, dear to our hearts as it maybe, is there are other law schools doing lot better in a lot many facets. Also this entrepreneurial thing is not restricted to you only. You cannot even match upto the varied things that NLS alumni members have done. Fair share of credit goes to some NALSAR students also. Please understand that this is creating bad blood and thus refrain from this tomfoolery which is making a mockery out of your own law school.
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Like +0 Object -0 NALSAR! 21 Nov 11, 13:21
Unfortunately, not only NUJS but students from NALSAR and NLSIU too are indulging in mud slinging. This is not good for the old boy camaraderie that exists between these 3 law schools. NALSARites especially have been acting as noisy wild dogs.
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Like +0 Object -0 abhi 21 Nov 11, 13:33
Quoting NALSAR!:
Unfortunately, not only NUJS but students from NALSAR and NLSIU too are indulging in mud slinging. This is not good for the old boy camaraderie that exists between these 3 law schools. NALSARites especially have been acting as noisy wild dogs.


DUDE is NALSAR at fault because it won MPL last 2 Times , india today the most trusted mag. in india rated it numero uno this year and out of the last 3 rhodes scholar 2 were from NALSAR , do u think that a law school cant rise or fall , the noisy wild dogs have facts backing them, what u want should we stop winning moots or rhodes scholarships
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Like +5 Object -0 kabhi? 21 Nov 11, 19:04  interesting
Similarly...DUDE is NUJS at fault that it was ranked 2 in MPL last year AND that Outlook, the most trusted magazine ranked it 2nd AND that its faculty has been rated the best in the country by Lawyer's Update AND that NUJS has raked in the best placements in the last 2 years (jointly with NLS perhaps).

ALSO, is it fault for having the kick-assest location in a kick-ass city? For having students starting cool projects and cooler start-ups?

And when it starts projects like IDIA you 'ulta chor kotwaal ko daante' pricks say that it has become elitist?
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Like +8 Object -0 Tum karo toh Pyaar 21 Nov 11, 13:39  interesting
Quoting NUJS!!:
@ 20 So very true. In fact what I do not understand of these juniors is their anti - other law schools attitude! It is just spoiling the atmosphere. Please understand that no one cares two hoots about your law school after you pass out. I do not know from where their arrogance has come. I guess it is from the fact that they are ill informed. Let me tell you as good as NUJS, dear to our hearts as it maybe, is there are other law schools doing lot better in a lot many facets. Also this entrepreneurial thing is not restricted to you only. You cannot even match upto the varied things that NLS alumni members have done. Fair share of credit goes to some NALSAR students also. Please understand that this is creating bad blood and thus refrain from this tomfoolery which is making a mockery out of your own law school.


Tum karo toh pyaar, Hum kare toh Balatkaar.
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Like +2 Object -0 Kiddu 23 Nov 11, 09:37
Prof. Ishwara Bhat is an acclaimed academician and does not need certificate from people who know nothing about law teaching and research. Such loose comments are made in sheer ignorance of a man who all of us know as a fine human being and perfect role model.
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Like +1 Object -0 Nik 26 Nov 11, 18:31
Little known fact to draw us away from the NLS, NALSAR, NUJS struggle for chatboard supremacy....Prof. Ishwara Bhat also formerly served as the acting Vice-Chancellor of the University of Mysore and a visiting Professor at the Columbus School of Law, Catholic University of America, Washington.
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Like +1 Object -0 Well wisher of NUJS 30 Nov 11, 16:11
On 30th Nov 2011 Prof M.P.Singh is completing his tenure as VC of NUJS, Calcutta. As he steps out from NUJS he leaves behind him the illegal acts that happened during his tenure as VC. We all look forward to Prof Ishwara Bhatt the newly appointed Vice Cancellor of NUJS Calcutta to address the illegalities that happened in NUJS during the tenure of Prof. M.P.Singh as VC which is also known to the members of EC and GC.
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Like +0 Object -0 Well wisher of NUJS 05 Dec 11, 21:46
We all hope that Prof Ishwara Bhatt the newly appointed Vice Cancellor of NUJS Calcutta sets a date to address the illegal acts that happened during the tenure of Prof. M.P.Singh as Vice Chancellor of NUJS, Calcutta.
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