NALSAR University to set up writing lab at its campus
NALSAR University of Law has started work to establish a writing lab on its campus.
To cater to the various requirements from writing SOPs, framing answers, organizing narratives, and preparing manuscripts for publication, NALSAR University of Law has started work towards establishing a writing lab on the campus.
The lab as its pilot project aims to translate a few primary texts into regional languages for which there was a demand on campus, said the University.
Students to take a survey for writing lab
NALSAR University of Law Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Faizan Mustafa who encouraged the initiative believes it would help the university understand the exclusive space that English as a language occupies despite being the second or the third language for many speakers.
The students would take a survey including questions pertaining to the student’s academic training in English prior to college, inter alia, their primary language, and the requirement of translation of reading materials in English.
This survey would be valuable in engaging with the question of English as the only medium for the CLAT entrance test and if it should be held in a multi-lingual mode, the statement added.
NALSAR inks pact with CCMB’s Atal Incubation Center
To review/ advise on the course, seminar, workshop curriculum, and structure of the special courses, NALSAR University of Law has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Atal Incubation Center–CCMB.
Under this pact, AIC-CCMB will offer lectures to students, free counselling on career/guidance etc. and IPR Clinics will be conducted by NALSAR not only for the AIC-CCMB startup community but also for students and scientist groups of CSIR-CCMB, as reported by The Hindu.