UGC nod to one-year LLM from 2013 academic year

LUCKNOW: In a bid to prevent the best legal minds from going abroad, the University Grants Commission has given its nod to make the masters degree programme in law of one year duration instead of two.
Welcoming the move, vice-chancellor, Dr Ram Manohar National Law University (RMLNLU) Prof Balraj Chauhan said, “It has been seen that not the best students come forward to pursue LLM from the various reputed universities in India. Cutting the duration of the course to one year will help us retain best talent.” With the change in place, Prof Chauhan said that the curriculum will have to be modified. “The fundamentals would have to go out and specialisation will have to be the focus, since both the things can’t be taught in such a short time,” he said.

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