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2nd KSOL All India Essay Competition 2013   •   8 Feb 2014 : One Day Training Programme on Human Rights organised by KIIT School of Law
PLACEMENT 2013
KIIT Yet Again Achieves Record Placement in All Streams...
 
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2nd KSOL All India Essay Competition 2013

8th February 2014
One Day Training Programme on Human Rights
Organised by:
KIIT School of Law
In Collaboration with:
National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), New Delhi
22nd Feb & 2nd Mar 2014
KARVAAN - Annual Fest
 
Unique Features
The School runs under the guidance of Prof. N. L. Mitra, Former Director, National Law School of India University, Bangalore who is the Chairman of the National Advisory Committee of the KIIT School of Law.
Prof. J. Martin Hunter, a Barrister at the Essex Court Chambers, London & Emeritus Professor, Nottingham Trent University, U.K. is a guiding force behind the school.
KIIT School of Law is one of the first law schools in India to offer three conjoined honors degree courses (B.A.LL.B., B.B.A.LL.B, and B.Sc. LL.B).
The School has also taken the lead to introduce the largest range of advanced and specialized honors courses in six areas at the undergraduate level.
It is also the first law school of the country which has implemented the curricula recommended by Bar Council of India of 2009.
KIIT School of Law has been admitted as member of the International Association of Law Schools, Washington, U.S.A. and Asia - Pacific Association of Law Schools, Australia.
KIIT School of Law library is one of the most comprehensive law libraries in India and undeniably one of the most attractively designed. Read on...
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