Bangalore, also called Bengaluru, is the capital of the state of Karnataka. Famously called the Garden city of India, Bangalore is now India’s third most populous city and fifth-most populous urban agglomeration. It has recently become a hub for India’s information technology sector and is considered to be among the top preferred entrepreneurial locations in the world. The citizenry consists of a cosmopolitan cross section of people and cultures from around the world. Bangalore city is an interesting study of contrasts with a very fascinating juxtaposition of tradition and modernity. Located 949 meters above sea level in South India on the Deccan Plateau, Bangalore enjoys a salubrious climate throughout the year. The city boasts of spacious gardens, parks, tree-lined avenues, a profusion of flowering trees, lakes and parks. With its booming economy and racy lifestyle, the capital of Karnataka has metamorphosed from a sleepy Garden City into one of India’s fastest growing, accommodating, technophiliac, and cosmopolitan cities.
The National Law School of India University came into existence through a Notification under the National Law School of India University Act (Karnataka Act 22 of 1986). It signified the culmination of efforts by the Judiciary, the Bar Council of India, the Karnataka Bar Council, the Bangalore University and the Government of Karnataka to reform legal education and to establish a centre of excellence for legal education and research in India. This Law School successfully caters to the requirements of the legal profession, law teaching and research, and judiciary in India and it is typical for the students who study in this School to eventually become legal practitioners, law teachers or engage in legal research or enter the judiciary in due course.
The Chief Justice of India is the Chancellor of the University. The Chairman, Bar Council of India, is the Chairman of the General Council. These connections lend a stature and prestige to the School which is unparalleled in the history of legal education in India.
The Law School has a campus of its own, located in Nagarbhavi, about 10 kms from the City railway station and standing over twenty-three acres beside the Institute of Social and Economic Change. Since 1991, it is a fully residential university on one campus with three Halls of Residence for men, three Halls of Residence for women, two Hostels for post-graduate women students, three blocks for Faculty Quarters and two blocks for non-teaching staff Quarters besides the Academic Block. An International Training Centre, with residential facilities, equipped for organising training programmes, seminars and video conferences is part of the campus.
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Students are accommodated at the International Training Centre on campus. Each room is a double room. The rooms have an attached bath with round the clock hot water supply. It has a TV as well as a LAN port to access the net. Wi fi is accessible only in the conference hall, the lounge and the dining room.
Students will be provided breakfast, lunch and dinner. The meals are typical of the area and are primarily vegetarian. High on rice, pulses and locally sourced vegetables, the meals are nutritious. Furthermore, the meals are specially cooked according to the needs of Nordic students and special care is taken of students with food allergies.
Meals will be available as per the following schedule:
8-9.30 AM- Breakfast – Indian as well western. (Bread, Egg, Cornflakes, Milk, Tea/coffee)
12.30-2 PM Lunch- Rice/ Chappathi/ Curry with dessert
7.30-9 PM Dinner- Rice/ Chappathi/Curry with dessert
Non veg dishes would be served daily (Either for lunch or dinner)
Mineral water is available round the clock.
Bangalore, being a cosmopolitan city, also provides a lot of options in terms of food. There are several restaurants dotting the city that meet various requirements in terms of price, ambience and cuisine. To find restaurants, check Buurp and Just Eat.