Scripting History becomes not just a feat, but a habit with Sriram Students securing top AIRs.
Intellectual property rights Expert, Mr. A.A. Mohan addresses the audience at the Sriram Toppers Summit 2005 at Vani Mahal, Chennai on 12.06.2005
V. Niranjan who secured the All India Top Rank in the National Law School Entrance Exam, 2005, receives prize from Mrs Brinda Mohan, an eminent lawyer in the field of intellectual property rights.
Hrishikesh Datar, who secured admission into all the 3 Law Schools, NLSIU, NUJS & NALSAR, receives prize from Mrs Brinda Mohan. He eventually joined National Law School, Bangalore." Classes at SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY are a real treat to students. The wealth of knowledge that the faculty members share with us is mind-boggling. There is never a dull moment in the class", says Hrishikesh.
|Friday, Jun 17, 2005 reports on SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY|
Rank holders honoured at Law Academy valedictory function
Sriram Law Academy recently celebrated its third valedictory function at Vani Mahal. Advocate A. A. Mohan addressed the students on the "emerging opportunities in the field of Intellectual Property Rights."Advocate Brinda Mohan distributed prizes to the rank holders. V. Niranjan, who attended a two-year course with Sriram Law Academy attributed his All-India top rank to his parents and structured coaching. Niranjan, the son of Carnatic musician Alleppey Venkatesan, dreams of becoming a Supreme Court lawyer.The rank holders included Minu R., a student of PSBB, KK. Nagar; Hrishikesh Datar of Chinmaya Vidyalaya (who made it to all three law schools); Pondicherry-based Abinav Sankar and Vivek Shivakumar, a student of Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan, Nungambakkam. There was applause from the audience when Deepthi Jayakrishnan's grandmother collected the prize on her behalf.Ms. Jayakrishnan has started her academic year at the National University for Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. Hema Raman, advocate and director of Sriram Law Academy, gave a presentation on strategies to crack the law entrance examination.