After pursuing her LLM from University of Torino (Turin, Italy) and a Masters in Intellectual Property Law from Queensland University of Technology, Australia, she worked as the Senior Editor of Lex-warrier and also worked as the Senior Researcher with Lexidale – foreign law and regulation analysis. She has recently been awarded with JusticeMakers Fellowship by International Bridges to Justice. From helping people in penury get a bail to spreading awareness about human trafficking, she is doing it all. Meet Garima Tiwari, the co-founder of A Contrario ICL in an exclusive tete-a-tete'.
The premier technical education institutes of India are about to embark upon a venture where the students of National Institute of Technology (NIT) will be allowed to complete their final semesters in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). The elite board of IIT directors has decided to deploy the IIT resources into amalgamating the cream of the crop, the proposal for which will be placed before the Standing Committee headed by HRD minister M M Pallam Raju. Lopamudra Panigrahi brings you the story.
In India, National Law Schools are like the-place-to-be-in. CLAT aspirants burn the midnight oil for it, while those who aren't there, certainly are intrigued by what goes inside an NLU. What if you get a chance to experience the culture and pedagogy of a national law school, combined with super excellent faculty of National University of Singapore and that too in another national level institute that is IIM, the one located in picturesque location of Shillong? The place that would certainly sway you away from the tropical summer and heat waves, that would be in all probability prevalent in the month of June, in the rest of India.
Aditya Vardhan Sharma, CLAT 2012 All India Rank 33, participated in an exclusive Live Chat at GyanCentral on March 4, 2013 between IST 9 to 10 PM, to clear the doubts of eager aspirants regarding the CLAT exam. He is currently studying law in first year at The National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore. Here are the excerpts from the chat.
It is Monday! Time to take a look at GyanCentral's weekly law update, where we discuss about the various happenings across law schools and the field of law in general. GyanCentral's Ushnota Paul brings you all the spice! Read on.
With over 10 lac students taking GATE this year, GATE 2014 is expected to be even better and bigger. Much has been said about the competition levels constantly increasing in GATE and it being equated with other colossal competitive entrance tests like JEE and CAT. But not many media houses attempt at answering serious student/aspirant queries. Gyancentral along with Career Launcher bring to you an exclusive GATE 2013 preparation series.
IIT Bhubaneswar: How it has grown from being a tiny part of IIT Kharagpur to a coveted and independent institute?By Guest Author
The Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar, a part of the group of eight new IITs started by the Indian Government during 2008-2009, has surely come a long way since its inception. The institute, started from the campus of IIT Kharagpur (its mentor IIT), has now moved to its temporary campus at Bhubaneswar, Orissa. IIT Bhubaneswar was also the first among the eight new sanctioned IITs to become functional. Vaibhav Mishra brings you its growth story.
Off late, there is a sudden rush of bloggers in the legal field. Blogging is seen as one of 'The Activity' in law school and is generally promoted on the grounds that it helps in improving one's writing skills and helps one in connecting with people. Plus as obvious as it is, having a successful blog adds a shining star to the CV. However, all these brownie points are subject to the condition that you write good stuff. So, how do you make a rock star blog and not just let it be another random blog?