NUJS Summer School in Shillong
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Date: 3/15/2012 10:02:00 AM
Going to a summer school always comes across as an interesting alternative to internships or a boring vacation at home.
For students who like the idea of going to a summer school and wish to learn something in the vacation or were not so looking forward for an internship or had nothing to do at home in the vacation. Here is this summer school for you in India and its definitely one of its kind, keeping in mind the fact that the culture of summer school has not developed roots in India.
National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS) in association with Professors from the National University of Singapore, is organizing a Summer Law School Programme to be conducted in June 2012 at the Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management Campus, Shillong.
The school is not only offering the opportunity to get enchanted by the landscape of Shillong but gives you a lot to learn too from eminent professors of NUS.
Read further to get the details.
The Programme shall include courses on
1. Modern Indian Penal Code (2 credits) by Professor Stanley Yeo, NUS, Singapore
2. Mergers and Acquisitions (2 credits) by Dr. V. Umakanth, NUS, Singapore
3. Corporate Governance (1 credits) by Dr. V. Umakanth, and
4. Comparative Family Law (2 credits) by Associate Professor Wing Cheong Chan, NUS, Singapore
Each two-credit course shall have a total of six four-hour classes and the one-credit course would have 12 teaching hours in total.
Students have to complete at least 3 credits for completion of the programme. However, no student shall be permitted to take more than 4 credits.
This Programme shall be held over two weeks from Monday, June 4, 2012 to Saturday, June 16 2012. Accommodation for selected students shall be organised at the Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management Campus, Shillong. It shall be a fully residential programme.
The program is open to outstanding students, enrolled in any 5-Year LL.B. Programme in India or any comparable programme abroad, and who would have completed their second year studies by May 31, 2012.
Students registering for Modern Indian Penal Code must have completed Criminal Law. While there are no prerequisites for the other courses, basic understanding of corporate law would be helpful in partaking the full benefit of the courses on Mergers and Acquisitions and Corporate Governance.
Tuition Fees: Rs. 20,000 Fees for Accommodation and Food: Rs.20, 000.
The entire fees for the programme would have to be paid at the time of the confirmation of admission
Procedure for Application
The application form and the necessary instructions are attached with this mail and shall also be uploaded inwww.nujs.edu. Applicants are required to mail the completed form, along with:
(i) A Letter of Recommendation from an academic referee,
(ii) an official statement of their current grades/marks
(iii) A Demand Draft of Rs. 550/- [non-refundable application fees]drawn in favour of “WB NUJS, Kolkata”, payable at Kolkata
to The Registrar, W.B. National University of Juridical Sciences, Dr. Ambedkar Bhavan, 12, LB Block, Sector III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata.
Applicants are also requested to email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Date for Application
The last date for receipt of the form and other documents is April 2, 2012.
Selected candidates would be informed of their selection by April 10, 2012 and we plan to complete the admission for the programme by April 22, 2012.
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