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Sanjay|Jan 18, 2023
NEW DELHI: Delhi University's Faculty of Law has invited applications for its Student Working Committee from first and second-year LLB students, according to an official notice. Those shortlisted will be interviewed by a selection committee.
"Faculty of Law, University of Delhi invites applications from students of Campus Law Centre, Law Centre - I and Law Centre - II from first and second-year LL.B. course for its Student Working Committee for the Committee on NEP and Seminar and Discussions Committee of Faculty of Law," read the notice signed by Ashutosh Mishra, convenor of the Faculty of Law's NEP and Seminar and Discussions Committee.
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Interested students have been asked to submit their CV and statement of purpose for consideration in the preliminary round by June 15. After being shortlisted in the preliminary stage, the students will be interviewed by the selection committee of the Faculty of Law. The final list of selected students will be determined by a comprehensive review of their applications and overall performance in the interview, the notice stated.
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