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Be honest, CJI Khehar advises NLU graduates

DNDEL8129 | 8/13/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :155 | India



New Delhi: Chief Justice of India JS Khehar, who demits office on August 27, told law students graduating from the National Law University (NLU), Delhi to be honest at the job and lead by example, as “they would have the power of shaping the legal course of the country in the future”.
Addressing students at the fifth convocation at the varsity’s Delhi campus on Saturday, Khehar said, “Getting a degree is only a step forward in your life. It is an acknowledgment that you are capable of the tasks that an LLB or an LLM or a doctorate degree holder is required to perform. This is a big responsibility that you owe to not only yourself and your parents, but also to the institution that has conferred the degree upon you.”
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