The MoU is aimed towards fulfillment of 6-P Project proposed by Dr. Kiran Bedi, the founder of Navjyoti India Foundation. The 6-P Project basically focuses on crime prevention to ensure safety of women. The 6P concept brings together the six important contributors -Parents/Principals, Police, Prosecution/Courts, Politicians, Prisons and Press - to prevent crime against women and children. The School of Law will depute its students on the said project and will organize various seminars, legal aid camps, conferences, visits etc to achieve the objectives of 6P Project. NIF will involve the School of Law, NorthCap University in its various community development programs.
Prof. Bradford W. Morse, Dean at Faculty of Law, University of Waikato visited The NorthCap University on 17 December 2013. The object of his visit was to establish formal relations between NCU Law and Te-Piringa-Faculty of Law, University of Waikato. As part of the ongoing efforts towards cooperation, a ‘Letter of Intent’ was executed to give shape and direction to our collaboration. The said document envisages some significant objectives sought to be achieved, which include among others cooperation in research, faculty exchange, organizing joint activities such as seminars, workshops and conferences. As an immediate fall-out of this relationship four students of 4 year BBA LLB(H) programme have expressed their desire going to University of Waikato for a summer programme in the month of February, 2014. The process is already underway.
(Sitting from L to R): Prof. S. Shantakumar, Director, NCU Law School, Prof. Duong Anh Son, Dean, University Economic Law School, Vietnam National University, Prof. Le Vu Nam, Dean, Faculty of Law, University Economic Law School
The NorthCap University signs MoU with National University of Vietnam May 14, 2013 was a historic day for NCU Law School as The NorthCap University signed an MoU with the Vietnam National University of Ho Chi Minh City. The MoU is aimed towards collaborative development by establishing a formal working relationship. To that extent, the MoU envisages the creation of a project titled UEL-NCU Collaboration whereby areas of mutual interest such as; conduct of short term courses, students exchange and faculty exchange programs, journal publication, lectures and seminars, research and transfer of research information be explored through joint efforts. While Prof. S Shantakumar signed the MoU on behalf of Vice-Chancellor, The NorthCap University; Prof. Duong Anh Son, Dean of University Economic and Law and Prof. Le Vu Nam, Dean of Law School did the honours on behalf of the Rector of University Economic and Law.
NCU Law School and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators-India (CIArb-India) entered into a MoU on March 10, 2012 to spread the reach of both organizations so as to be mutually beneficial on a non- exclusive basis. The MoU was signed at Hotel Lalit, New Delhi by Prof. Shanthakumar, Director, NCU Law School and Mr. Lalit Bhasin, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India as well as Chairman, CIArb-India and was witnessed by Mr. Sunod M. Jacob, Faculty, NCU Law School and Mr. Chandrakant Kamdar, Director, CIArb. Pursuant to the MoU, NCU Law School would help run courses in Gurugram and elsewhere in India under the auspices of CIArb–India. CIArb-India in turn, will also maintain on their website where it may be relevant, that NCU Law School is its knowledge partner located in Gurugram. In the process, NCU Law School became the First Law School in the country to collaborate with CIArb.