Breaking: Ex-Vice-Chancellor of NLSIU, Prof Dr Venkata Rao moves SC against NLAT

The petition filed by Dr Rao and a parent of an aspiring student contends that the decision to conduct a separate test would convert NLSIU from being ‘an island of excellence’ to ‘an island of exclusion’.
Breaking: Ex-Vice-Chancellor of NLSIU, Prof Dr Venkata Rao moves SC against NLAT
Venkat Rao

A former Vice-Chancellor of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru has moved a writ petition in the Supreme Court along with a parent, challenging NLSIU's move to conduct a separate law entrance exam this year, i.e. the National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT) in the wake of the delayed conduct of CLAT.

The petition has been filed by Advocate Sughosh Subramanyam and Vipin Nair, AoR, on behalf of an aggrieved parent and ex-vice chancellor, Prof Dr R Venkata Rao, claiming that the decision of the present Vice-Chancellor to conduct a separate test, would convert NLSIU from being ‘an island of excellence’ to ‘an island of exclusion’.

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