Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud said on Saturday that one of the problems that National Law Universities may be facing is the model that they utilise to select students. .The CJI was inaugurating the first academic session of the India International University of Legal Education and Research, Goa (IIULER) when he batted for value based, inclusive legal education for students from diverse backgrounds. .He pointed out that perhaps one of the problems faced by National Law Universities was that they test the ability of students to crack the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)."Cracking the CLAT does not necessarily result in students who have the right ethos to pursue a career in the law, of reflecting the culture of the law in our country as a representative of a just society, a value based society, an ethical society," he explained..In this regard, he added that society would do well to amalgamate technology with access to legal education so that resources that come into IIULER do not remain only an exclusive privilege for those who have access to the university."Those resources can be used by pitchforking technology by promoting access to other students who are not as fortunate as the students will be coming to this university," the CJI said. .CJI Chandrachud advised the first batch of the University's students to not see their years of study here as purely a pursuit of academics, but the pursuit of all that is worth striving for in life itself."The quest to know yourself is a continuing quest. You must begin that quest to know yourself early, which is when you will see yourself evolve into individual personhood as your life goes along. Seek better for your soul and understanding your mind.".He also urged them to have an open mind, and be respectful of those different than themselves. "You will be hard pressed to find a bigger melting pot of cultures than a university which has students from all over the country... Don't be afraid of people who are not exactly like you instead attempt to learn from them what you don't already know.".He neared the conclusion of his speech by asking the students to question everything and not accept anything as gospel truth, including their own opinions.