“Any keen observer of Indian society will notice that in the last few decades, no great leader has emerged from the student body. This seems to be related to declining student participation in social factors after liberalization, “CJI NV Ramna said in his convocation speech at National Law University (NLU) Delhi.” The importance of student participation in modern democracy cannot be underestimated. Added.
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Encouraging students to “emerge as leaders in public life”, CJI said more students must be “socially and politically aware”. Apart from Vice-Chancellor Shrikrishna Dev Rao, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, addressing a rally in the presence of Delhi High Court Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Siddharth Mridul, also spoke on the state of CJI education.
“Out of concern for securing highly lucrative and lucrative job opportunities, children are sent into exile in privately run residential schools and coaching centers. The formative years of emerging talent are spent in suffocating environments, which are unfortunately like prisons. The overall development of a child cannot be achieved in such a limited environment, ”he observed.
Preparing them for life off campus, CJI, who is also a visitor to the NLU, said, “Don’t be surprised to see the situation outside. Courtrooms are not like being represented in a movie or a moot court. Narrow courtrooms, judges sitting in broken chairs, stenographers and court masters have to appear in court without adequate arrangements, absence of restrooms etc. are common scenes.
The Chief Justice also lauded the role of the Delhi Chief Minister, saying he was a pillar of NLU Delhi’s strength. “I have been told that he respects every request made in the interest of this organization. He is known for his commitment and hard work for the welfare of the people of Delhi. His work in education and healthcare is highly commendable, “added CJI.
He expressed concern about the state of the NLUs, saying they were considered “isolated from the elite and social realities”. He said it was “a little annoying” that most of the students at these universities had graduated from corporate law firms, adding that “it is unfortunate that there is no comparable addition to the ranks of lawyers practicing in the courts” from NLUs.
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