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NALSAR University decides to create a writing laboratory on its campus

NALSAR University decides to create a writing laboratory on its campus

Hyderabad, April 27 (UNI) The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), a public law school and national law university located in Shamirpet near here, has decided to set up a writing on its campus. This move is welcome given the varying writing demands among students. The lab aims to meet all of these requirements, from formulating responses to organizing stories, writing SOPs and preparing manuscripts for publication, the University said in a statement here. The university’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Faizan Mustafa, has encouraged this initiative and believes it would also help the university understand the exclusive space that English occupies as a language despite being the second or third language for many speakers. Keeping this in mind, the lab, as a pilot project, also aims to translate a few primary texts into regional languages ​​for which there is demand on campus. Students would respond to a survey that would include, among other things, questions relating to the student’s pre-college English education, primary language, and requirement for translation of reading materials into English. This survey would be very useful to address the issue of English as the only medium for the CLAT entrance test and whether it should take place in multilingual mode. For more than two years, NALSAR students have benefited from the possibility of individual writing consultations organized by its faculty. With the establishment of the writing laboratory, the university wishes to go further by involving some of its senior students from the final year LLB, LLM and PhD courses as peer writing tutors with the aim to create an inclusive and collective space for university education. learning. UNI KNR GK