This quiz has been created by the Quirk Team. The cover picture has been illustrated by Gunjan Jadiya (Batch of 2023) Have you ever wondered which Law School subject you are? Does your personality scream the razor-sharp calculated yet suave ways of Eco-I or the rigour and righteousness of Consti? Take Quirk’s BuzzFeed quiz to find out. Don’t forget to tag us on our social media if you share the results! #nls #subjects #Bangalore #lawschoolcourses #law #LawSchool #nlsiubangalo
As the much needed break begins, we’ve got yet another cryptic crossword from Aman Vasavada (Batch of 2021)! Each clue here is a puzzle in and of itself! Having completed another online trimester and faced with the daunting possibility of facing yet another one – nostalgia for good ol’ law school days runs at an all time high – let’s see if you can put that to good use and figure out our clues! [PS: For solving a cryptic crossword, try and decode the wordplay in the clues rat
This article has been written by Karthik Rai (Batch of 2023). The cover picture has been illustrated by Anshita Agrawal (Batch of 2023). Bemused by the heavily alliterative rubric? I’m sure what Calvin Candie (played by Leonardo DiCaprio in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained) is saying in this image is what’s resonating in your mind as you see the wacky title. Allow me to elaborate. Tarantino is one of the best modern-era directors. I hope you got to see at least some of Ta
This Mind Map has been conceptualized by Smriti Kalra (Batch of 2021) and Jwalika Balaji (Batch of 2023). The doodle has been created by Smriti Kalra. Island of Unproductivity – It’s where your mind goes as you scroll through an endless stream of banana breads on Instagram and binge watch three series consecutively on Netflix. You then decide to work and focus on that upcoming project for 5 mins until your phone pings and you immediately drop everything to fill out the newest
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This article has been written by Anonymous. This image is from Pass the Mic Youth (@passthemicyouth), a youth-led and youth-centered podcast and blog (info via Medium). The most defining event in my student life, before I entered college, was the institutional murder of Rohith Vemula. I was compelled to think about my caste/class privilege and read Ambedkar – which left me aghast by the level of apathy and downright hostility I saw everywhere, in my family and friend circles.
This piece has been written by Anonymous from their notes from elections past. The doodle has been jointly done by Smriti Kalra (Batch of 2021) and Simran Kaur (National Institute of Design). 1. Become Class Representative. Not only will you be the Che Guevara of your peers, fighting against the autocratic administration, you’ll also master the art of securing project extensions, the most important, if not the only purpose you serve. 2. Second every cause on any and all mail
This piece has been written by Rhea Prasad (Batch of 2024). This piece is the first of a mini-series: ‘Missing Law School’. Ever since I was a child, I have been a huge Bollywood fan. My earliest memories are dancing to Kajra Re and Kanta Laga, much to the horror of my parents. The downside of this, however, was having unrealistic expectations. I had always imagined that my college life would be like that in Main Hoon Na. Not the being-held-hostage-by-a-terrorist part, but th
Acad Shut after Bird Poop Contamination “The hostel bathroom smells better”, laments student January 17, 2020 | Aman Vasavada Several reports of the putrid stench of bird poop in the areas surrounding the academic block of Nagarbhavi Laa School have finally prompted the administration to take action. This morning, NLS authorities declared the region as the Acad Exclusion Region (“AER”), cordoning off the academic block and its surrounding regions with leftover SF barricades t
This piece was written by Riddhi Rajeshwar Swami (Batch of 2022), in her very first month of Law School. We hope for this piece to be a sweet sip of nostalgia as you think back on your unjaded first-year days. “Let’s chill at Chetta”. The phrase I’ve heard most repeated by first years after “Are you done with your projects?” At least we’ve got our priorities in order. Now, Chetta opened about 2 weeks into our time here at Law School. We, first years, had already been so hype
The full report of the committee can be accessed here. National Law School of India University
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Date: 22 September 2019 Executive Summary: Four-Member Committee Report The Four-Member Committee, constituted on student demands, came to an unequivocal conclusion that: I. On the issue of conflict of interest, requiring the recusal of the Registrar in the appointment process for the next Vice-Chancellor The Registrar, in his ex-offi
This article has been written by Aarushi Gupta (Batch of 2019, Masters in Public Policy). ‘You’re going to NLS Bangalore for Public Policy – are you kidding me?’, a random guy at a house party back in Delhi exclaimed. ‘You’re quitting your job for that?’; I just nodded nonchalantly in response. ‘Broooo, MPP is the step child of NLS, brooo’, he repeated with feverish concern as I continued to smirk and dismiss the drunken rant. Little did I know that I would soon have anecdota