Home Opportunities Call for Papers Call for Papers: IMS Law College’s National Seminar on Development of SC’s... OpportunitiesCall for PapersConferences and Seminars Call for Papers: IMS Law College’s National Seminar on Development of SC’s & ST’s in Globalised World [May 21, Noida]: Submit by May 5 By The Admin - April 28, 2016 84 2 Share +1 Tweet Share WhatsAppShares 0First published on 26th April, 2016. Certificate of Originality is HERE. Registration Form is HERE. Seminar Brochure is HERE. Have an opportunity or an event to share (moots, conferences, courses, internships, jobs, etc.)? Share it with Lawctopus and reach 1000s of law students and young graduates. Click here to login and share Click here for a tutorial Get Lawctopus posts in your inbox! Share +1 Tweet Share WhatsAppShares 0 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR International Summer School in Global Media and Communications Law @ University of East Anglia, UK: Apply by May 1 Course on Industrial Relation, Make in India & Skill India by RGSoIPL, Kharagpur [May 27-31]: Register by May 15 NLSIU Bengaluru and Bar Council of Kerala’s Refresher Course for Law Teachers [June 9-15, Bangalore]: Register by April 25 Comment via Facebook 2 COMMENTS I totally agree with the above comment, IMS is one of the worst college I have ever come in across. Like they don’t know how to manage their national level delegates, people come from different different places and the student of this college treat them like trash. And even one of the student pass the comments on the female delegate . Not worth a single penny college. 0 out of 10 . Personal opinion Reply Don’t go for this college or for the seminar! Students of this college don’t know how to behave even after complaining to the faculty they don’t take any action towards their students. *Personal Experience* last November seminar. Reply Comment via Wordpress Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.