CJI U U Lalit Asks Law Graduates To Have Compassion For Mankind

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Chief Justice of India UU Lalit on Sunday advised students passing out from law schools to keep their mind open to every suggestion and have compassion for mankind and society. Delivering his address at the 14th convocation of the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WBNUJS), of which he is the chancellor, the CJI said that the capacity building of a person never stops and one keeps on learning till death. Addressing the graduates, he said: “Keep your mind open to every suggestion, this is where you will draw great inspiration.”

He encouraged them to continue studying and add dimension to their personality.

The CJI said that the virtues of capacity building in various fields and compassion for mankind will never fail a person to find a solution to any problem.

As a lawyer, one never gives up on being a law student, he said, adding that as a professional, an academician and a judge, one keeps on learning every passing day, but law school has a foundation.

Justice Lalit said that after coming out of the university walls and embracing the world, law graduates should try to give back to the society what they have got.

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Chief Justice of Bangladesh, Justice Hassan Foyez Siddiqui, guest of honor at the convocation, in his address said that graduates, who can choose various professions from law to civil service, should do it with passion, dignity and a sense of respect. should do.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the chief guest at the convocation, congratulated the pass outs and described the day as historic for them.

He said that lawyers should come forward to ensure freedom of expression and freedom.

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Professor Subhasis Choudhary, Director, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay delivered the convocation address.

WBNUJS vice-chancellor Nirmal Kanti Chakraborty said 400 students received their degrees, of which 270 were present.

About 80 students are medal winners, he said, adding that among those who have received degrees are PhD (Doctorate of Philosophy), LLM (Master of Law) and BA LLB (Hons).

(This report has been published as part of an auto-generated Syndicate wire feed. Headline or body have not been edited by ABP Live.)

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