In what comes as a good news for the youth, especially those looking forward to a career in law, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat informed that a national law university will be established in the state of Uttarakhand.
This will be major step towards developing Uttarakhand in to a hub of quality higher education, he said.
Thanking the prime minister Narendra Modi for this development, Rawat said that he had special affection for the State of Uttarakhand.
According to officials, at present there are 21 national law universities functioning across the nation to secure admission in which one has to bass the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Graduate and post graduate courses are conducted in the national law universities.
The establishment of a national law university in Uttarakhand will prove to be a milestone in facilitation of quality and vocational education.
The national law university in the state will be established on about 10 acre land selected for this purpose at Ranipokhri area of Dehradun district.
He further said that apart from attracting talented students from across Uttarakhand and other states, establishment of the national law university in the state will also prove beneficial to the local economy of the nearby areas.
Rawat said that the State Government wants to develop Uttarakhand into a hub of education and tourism.
The State is receiving the full support of the Central Government in its efforts towards achieving this aim.
Thursday, 14 February 2019 | PNS | Dehradun
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