The capital city of Uttarakhand state, Dehradun is all set to in house National Law University in the coming years. The city located at the foot of Himalayas will be now owning one of the oldest legal and policy education center in India.
The official statement by the center declared that National Law University to be planted in Dehradun city.
For the youths willing to pursue their career in Law, this is a virtuous news that their city Dehradun is going to own National Law University.
The Chief Minister of the state, Mr. Trivendra Singh Rawat has made an official announcement in regards to the National Law University by thanking the Honorable Prime Minster of India Narendra Modi for his approval to in house this prestigious University in the state.
All together India has established 21 National Law Universities, for which the common entrance test would be conducted. CLAT abbreviated as Common Law Admission Test is the only way to seek admission in any of the National Law Universities in India.