Employment News-The National Students' Union of India (NSUI) has also raised the demand for setting up of a National Law University (NLU) in Agra. The workers of the organization reached the Collectorate on Saturday and gave a memorandum addressed to the Chief Minister in the District Magistrate's office. He has urged them to start the process of setting up NLU in Agra soon. The workers of the organization say that if NLU is found, then the level of education will increase here. Agra will also be recognized as an education.
NSUI District President Satish Sikarwar says that Agra College gave North India's first Bachelor of Law. The people here have an inclination towards the study of law. Most of the traditional courses are conducted in the Faculty of Law of Agra College. Resources are also limited. If NLU is established in Agra then quality education of law will be available to the students here. Advanced courses will be available for study. Students will not have to leave home and go to other cities to study law. State Vice President Bilal Ahmed, University Unit President Hemant Jadaun, District Vice President Akash Chandra, Ajay Baghel, Sunny, Harishankar, Saurabh, Gaurav were present among those who gave the memorandum.
With the establishment of NLU in Agra, students will be able to get quality education in law. There will be an option to study advanced courses. Students will have to move to other cities for the level of law studies. Kuldeep Dixit, State Secretary, NSUI
If NLU will be established in Agra, then students will be inclined towards CLAT preparation. The number of youths of Agra and adjoining districts will increase in judicial services. Students from other cities will also come here to study. - Rajat Bharti, District General Secretary, NSUI