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Law Commission Chairman meets UGC Chairman
A five-member delegation from Law Commission led by its Chairman and former Chief Justice ABM Khairul Haque made a courtesy call on Professor Abdul Mannan, Chairman of University Grants Commission, Bangladesh at its auditorium on Monday.
Expressing his dissatisfaction over the legal education in the country particularly at private universities, former CJ ABM Khairul Haque stressed the need for modernising and developing unified course-curriculum of legal education at the universities of the country.
On top of having extensive knowledge about the Bangla Language, the law students also need to have mastery over English Language, the former CJ also added.
UGC chairman said as monitoring agency, UGC has been relentlessly working to streamline country’s tertiary education including legal education.
He also sought co-operation and assistance from Law Commission, Bar Council and Office of Attorney General in this regard.
Professor Dr Mohammad Yousuf Ali Mollah, Professor Dr Dil Afroza Begum, Professor Dr Md Akhtar Hossain, Professor Dr M Shah Nowaz Ali, Members, UGC and Dr Md Khaled, Secretary of UGC, among others, were present.