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Tone down your voice, you are talking to a person who may be of the age of your dad or your professor. Listen I do very well know how an NLU is established and how the status of an NLU is brought about. No doubt DSNLU is an NLU by title, but it has not met the guidelines of the CLAT committee for inclusion via CLAT. I fully agree that it is recognised by the Bar Council and that there is an act backing it but DSNLU is currently only utilizing CLAT scores and is not part of CLAT per se, while this may change in the future. DSNLU has applied for inclusion since 2010 but the CLAT committee has rejected the proposal time and again. And don't give me arguments without fully analyzing it. The National Law University at Delhi is not part of CLAT because they didn't want to be part of CLAT, as simple as that. And all NLU's are merely state universities in actuallity, NLU status is usually conferred by the BCI by inspecting the university and notifying it. That is not the case with DSNLU. Going by that argument then school of law at Jaipur National University, a private university should be given NLU status! DSNLU has been recognised by the BCI, I am fully aware but there are certain criteria to be met and just mere a mere title won't meet that. I am sure DSNLU has fulfilled almost all and it is going to be part of CLAT and given proper status in near future. Currently DSNLU only utilizes CLAT scores, there is a difference and I'll edit it accordingly.And btw good work on the page. Ask me if you have any more queries. Uncletomwood (talk) 08:29, 24 May 2014 (UTC)
Request for Adminship
Just don't, trust me. You have 74 edits, most admin candidates have at least 10,000 or more, although once in a great while an admin will pass with as few as 6000. I won't insult you with platitudes, just suffice it to say that your experience level is way below what is needed to get acceptance as an admin. That said, edit more, learn the ropes, show you can work with others and in 2 or 3 years it is completely possible to get adminship. As someone who has been an admin for a couple of years, I will tell you it is overrated. Dennis Brown | 2¢ | WER 14:32, 24 May 2014 (UTC)
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