K'taka Law university to come up in Hubli
Bangalore, May 11 (UNI) The proposed Karnataka Law University will come up at Hubli at a cost of Rs 46 crore, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Basavaraj Horatti informed today.
Talking to reporters here, he said Special Officer J S Patil, appointed to go into the feasibility of the proposed project, had submitted his report to him and it would be placed before the Cabinet for clearance.
As many as 72 law colleges in the state would be affiliated to the university, to be built on a 50-acre land. The government planned to make it a model university and raise it to meet global standards.
Mr Horatti said the objective of the University was to provide professionally competent and socially relevant legal education and strive to promote the culture of law and justice in every one by providing informal legal education, training and services.
Massive legal literacy programmes would be launched to make the state 100 per cent legally literate, he added.
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