Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to set up state’s first law school. The National Law University, which is to be established soon in the state as per latest news. The state government is looking for the possible ways to maintain the level of studies in the maiden law university as it is in other law universities across nation.
A committee has already been set in order to look into the matter. The delegations are visiting all the national law universities in India to fetch the best proposed ideas which might help to establish the law university in the state. The delegation headed by Syed Basharat Bukhari has already visited NLSIU, Bangalore and National Academy of Legal Studies And Research (NALSAR). Various ideas about infrastructure and implementation of rules and regulations have been followed thoroughly.
The delegates also met with faculty members of Law University of Kolkata and Law University of Bihar who had come to NALSAR for conference. According to them, they are visiting these universities in order to figure out the working functions of the respective university. Keeping in mind the infrastructure of the particular university, they are also considering points for recruitment of faculty members for National Law University in Jammu and Kashmir gathering information about new courses, which this university have opted for might include in Law University of Jammu & Kashmir.
Bukhari said that their last destination would be National Law University Dwarka, New Delhi. Due to the ultimate prestige of this Law University, we come out with the aim to establish Law University in the state. It would emphasize more developing the educational field, sense of responsibility, which they would require to serve the nation.
The officials mentioned that the reason to visit all these universities in order to grab ideas about the beat legislation that could be implemented into their university. They want students in National Law University to develop sense of skill in field of advocacy, legal services and law reforms.
The ministry also stated that besides offering under-graduate and post-graduate program, the proposed law University would also offer Ph.D in various sectors of law like business law, human rights, cyber law etc.