Law School KU holds training programme

Srinagar, Dec 7: The School of Law, University of Kashmir (KU) under the patronage of the Chief Justice, J&K High Court, Gita Mittal organised a one- day training programme on ‘Interview Techniques & CV Writing’ for the outgoing students of LLB & BA LLB in the School of Law, KU.
According to a statement, the students from Kashmir Law College also participated in the one day training programme. While welcoming the experts from Delhi University (DU) Prof. Mohammad Hussain, Head and Dean School of Law, said “We assure the faculty members and students of School of Law that such training programmes would be organised in future also as they go a long way in benefitting the students in the challenging legal world.”
Speaking on the occasion, Abdul Rashid Malik Principal District & Sessions Judge Srinagar who was the guest of honour on the occasion impressed on the importance of such programmes. Malik said “The students of the valley are immensely talented but suffer difficulty on account of lack of exposure but they can overcome such problems by participating in such programmes.”
Dr. Narender Nagarwal and Anumeha Mishra from Delhi University acted as Resource Persons in the programme. The Programme was co-ordinated by Dr. S.A. Bhat and Dr. Heena Basharat.(KNO)