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A Web Series to Soon Portray the Life of Professors at Bhopal Law University

web series on lawBhopal has always remained in talks due to its variant colors and hues. Right from the lakes to the life stories of the Nawabs in Bhopal, this city always has a subject to talk and mention about. Similar event is soon going to unveil about the city. As learnt, very soon a much in talks show-based web series will be showcased on the digital platform that is being made by the students of law university, Bhopal. The main objective of this initiative of the students of National Law Institute University in Bhopal is to make a closer relationship between the mentors and their pupils.

In the NLIU campus, a total of 6 episodes were shot by the “Meaningless Club”. The name of the web series is “Professor’s Dialogue” wherein the life of the professor will be showcased.

In the web series, chitchat with professors will be shown. A group of six professors have been chosen for this. The number of professors would be six and students will ask their queries to them. The main aim of this talk is to improve the bond quality which the students share with their mentors. Moreover, the show is also trying to promote “NLIU’s Brand” via social platforms.

Speaking about the same, one of the students said that, “Now aspirants are using social platforms getting info about colleges and when law aspirants in number are being enhanced at that time. This show will be more valuable for law students in getting the peak of Law life”.

You will see Dr. Ghayur Alam, a senior faculty member of the college in the web series of the first episode. Prof was asked some questions on numerous topics like personal as well as professional life. The Professor’s Dialogue web series will be of 6 episodes that will be telecasted from November to April. You may also see the full episodes of the show on YouTube as well.

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