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IFIM Law College Signs MoU with National Law School of India

This MoU was signed to increase exposure and to ensure the enhancement of skills of the students studying at IFIM Law College

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IFIM Law College has signed an MoU with National Law School of India, Bangalore to offer additional options to its students to broaden their horizon in Law.

IFIM Law College Signs MoU

Key Points

The MoU focuses on the following areas:

  • Encouraging Joint Publications between the faculties of both institutes
  • Conducting Research Stay Programs for faculty members
  • Hosting of Joint events such as Moot Court Competitions and Executive training programs
  • Collaborating on joint clinical programs for law students
  • Sharing of resources between the institutes and conducting mentorship programs for the students

What Management Has to Say

Sirish Tamvada, Dean, IFIM Law College said, "This MoU was signed to increase exposure and to ensure the enhancement of skills of the students studying at IFIM Law College. Collaborating with NLS is a big milestone for us in terms of growth of the college."

"A tie- up with a reputed institute such as IFIM only promises a fruitful future. A future with enterprising and upcoming lawyers. This MoU will benefit both parties and foster a greater relationship", Prof. Nandimath, Registrar, NLS.

Sanjay Padode, Secretary, CDE (IFIM Institutions) further said, "This MoU reaffirms our mutual commitment to foster a better learning environment. We are one among the few private institutions that have tied up with such a prestigious Law College. Facilitating this tie-up will help foster more dedicated law students."

About IFIM Law College

IFIM Law College is affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University (KSLU) and is approved by the Bar Council of India. The core curriculum is taught by experienced faculty members with international law degrees and is complemented by co-curricular as well as extra-curricular activities.

The Law College has a world-class campus with state of the art infrastructure which facilitates ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) usage in the teaching-learning process. Differentiators of IFIM's Law College include the Wellness and Personality Enhancement Programme, the Digital Moot Court, the Internship Programme after every semester.

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