MOU Declaration ceremony

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In pursuance of its vision of becoming a destination for attaining excellence in legal education and for making the Faculty of Law, SGT University recognized nationally and Internationally, SGT University signed an academic tie-up with one of the most prestigious National Law School i.e. National Law School of India University, Bangalore. This historic MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) was signed at NLSI University Bangalore on 03.01.2017 by Prof. (Dr.) R Venkata Rao, Vice Chancellor, National Law School of India University, Bangalore and Prof. (Dr.) Sham Lal Singla, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, SGT University, Gurugram. The MOU entails an exchange programme between the two Universities for professional growth of the Faculty and the students of both the Universities. The MOU would provide an opportunity for collaboration in research for the Faculty of both the Universities, opportunity for promising students to pursue their studies for part of the semester at NLSI University, Bangalore and for students from NLSIU Bangalore to pursue research at SGT and other institutions of Law in NCR.
This academic tie-up would ultimately motivate the Faculty and students of both the Universities to pursue higher goals to academically develop competent legal professionals. Faculty of SGT University would avail this academic tie-up for attaining excellence in legal education and research in new areas of law. On this occasion Mr. K.C. Mittal, Former Chairman, Bar Council of Delhi who had been actively involved in this academic tie-up expressed the hope that this tie-up would lead to the pursuit of research in new areas of law in both the universities. This Declaration ceremony was presided over by Hon’ble Justice A.K. Pathak, Judge, Delhi High Court. Hon’ble Justice Pathak congratulated the officials from both the Universities and expressed his pleasure at the academic tie-up between and upcoming private university and one of the prestigious law schools in the country. He said that the Faculty and students exchange programmes would lead to professional growth and the spread of awareness a new area in law.