The National Law University of Delhi (NLU Delhi) held its 10th convocation on August 26, awarding degrees to 84 undergraduate and 78 postgraduate students in law. Additionally, five doctoral degrees were conferred during the event, making a total of 167 students who received degrees. The university also launched three journals: Journal of National Law University Delhi (Faculty Journal), Journal of Victimology and Victim Justice (a flagship journal of NLU Delhi), and NLUD Journal of Legal Studies (Student’s Journal).
During the convocation, Professor GS Bajpai, Vice Chancellor of NLU Delhi, highlighted the importance of the legal profession as a means to serve and bring about positive changes in society. He also discussed NLU Delhi’s initiative to institute the Chief Minister’s Fellowship, which aims to provide opportunities for law students to collaborate with governmental departments on policy formulation and evaluation.
Justice S Ravindra Bhat, Judge of the Supreme Court of India and Visitor of NLU Delhi served as the Chief Guest for the event. He emphasized the profound commitment to justice that studying law entails and encouraged students to embrace critical thinking and uphold the principles enshrined in the Constitution.
The convocation was attended by special guests of honor, including Atishi, Minister of Finance, Planning, Higher Education, Govt of NCT of Delhi, and Kailash Gahlot, Minister of Law, Justice and Legislative Affairs, Govt. of NCT of Delhi. The degrees were conferred by Justice Satish Chandra Sharma, Chief Justice of the High Court of Delhi and Chancellor of NLU Delhi.
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