Bangalore Advocates Association urges Karnataka Law Minister to increase domicile reservation at NLSIU to 50%
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Bangalore Advocates Association urges Karnataka Law Minister to increase domicile reservation at NLSIU to 50%

Rintu Mariam Biju

The Advocates Association, Bengaluru (AAB) recently wrote a letter to Karnataka Law Minister JC Madhuswamy, requesting him to restore the initial move to introduce 50% domicile reservation at National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore.

The AAB representation, made in connection with the National Law School of India University (Amendment) Bill 2019, states that the students of Karnataka have suffered a lot since the inception of NLSIU, since the University has never had a domicile reservation quota to satisfy the interests of local students.

"Since the establishment of the National Law School of India University Bengaluru in the year 1986, reservation is denied for resident students of our state."

AAB letter on 50% reservation for domicile students

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