Research to internships: NALSAR's Justice Jeevan Reddy center to nurture talent, hone skills

The center's main objectives include undertaking teaching and research pertaining to contemporary issues in international trade and business laws.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  18 Sep 2022 3:30 AM GMT
Research to internships:  NALSARs Justice Jeevan Reddy center to nurture talent, hone skills

Hyderabad: Telangana High Court chief justice Ujjan Bhuyan and Chancellor NALSAR University of Law inaugurated BP Jeevan Reddy Centre for International Trade and Business Law was inaugurated on the campus

The centre has been named after former Supreme Court judge B P Jeevan Reddy.



The center's main objectives include undertaking teaching and research pertaining to contemporary issues in international trade and business laws; conducting seminars, conferences, lectures, and short-term training programs; launching and strengthening courses at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral levels at NALSAR; to publish research work and collaborate with policymakers; to assist in procuring internships at various International and National Organisations like IMF, IBRD, WTO, CII, FICCI, etc.



This center will function under the guidance of NALSAR's Vice Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) V. Balakista Reddy. Dr. P.S. Rao, the former president of the Institute Detroit International in Geneva will act as the Director and fulfill the object and responsibilities of the center.

Justice B.P. Jeevan Reddy, Prof. Dr. V. Balakista Reddy, several judges of Telangana High Court, Telangana Bar Council President Ananta Narasimha Reddy, and other dignitaries were also present at the inauguration ceremony.

The website of this centre was also officially launched by Justice BP Jeevan Reddy. Later, Justice Ujjal Bhuyan released the newsletter of the center.

Justice B.P.Jeevan Reddy has great commitment and dedication towards international affairs to promote and strengthen the wide range of academia and industry. In March 2022, he donated Rs.1.50 Crore exclusively to establish the center at NALSAR.

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