Ashok Neelakandhan ,
A Comprehensive Analysis of Potential Impact of Bilingual Legal Education over Students’ Indian Legal Academic Realm,
5 (4) IJLMH Page 694 - 701 (2022), DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.113357
The Union Government provided some instructions for raising the country's educational standard in its National Education Policy 2020. The committee recommends that state-run law schools embrace bilingual legal instruction in paragraph 20.3. This idea has several ramifications. This needs to be understood in light of recent developments in the Indian legal system. Meeting certain requirements and criteria is necessary for this plan to be implemented effectively. This article examines how such a policy may affect the worried kids. In the current Indian legal environment, the article aims to determine if a "bilingual legal education system" is progressive or regressive.
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