Abhijit Srivastava|Sep 1, 2021
RGNUL Punjab to establish Centre for Studies In Aviation, Space, Defence Laws
Centre for Studies in Aviation, Space and Defence Laws will be set up to meet the high demand of law professionals with expertise in defence laws. It is first of its kind in North India.
NEW DELHI: Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab will set up a centre for Studies in Aviation, Space and Defence Laws for the current academic session.
Professor GS Bajpai, Vice-Chancellor, RGNUL said, “The University will establish Centre for Studies in Aviation, Space and Defence Laws to meet the high demand of law professionals with expertise in defence laws. This unique blend is first of its kind in North India.”
RGNUL signed Memorandum of Understanding with General Counsels’ Association of India (GCAI), New Delhi, the official statement said.
The university said that the aim is to bridge gap between law and studies in aviation, space and defence and that it has advanced a rare blend of academia and industry for building capacity of students.
Akhil Prasad, Country Counsel India and Company Secretary, Boeing said, “This collaboration would not only provide certificate courses, training and internship opportunities to students of RGNUL but also augment their identity as distinct lawyers.”
Members of GCAI, Lubinisha Saha, General Counsel, Airbus; Manjaree Chowdhary, General Counsel, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.; Amar Kumar Sundaram, Legal Head, Royal Bank of Scotland; Sanjeev Gemawat, Executive Director and Legal & Group Company Secretary, Dalmia Bharat Group; CV Raghu, Group General Counsel, Samvardhana Motherson Group and Professor Naresh K. Vats, Registrar, RGNUL along with faculty members attended the virtual event on September 27, 2021.
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