Mumbai: Bharatiya Vidyapeeta, Pune Awards Doctorate to U Dhananjay Kumar

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/RX)

Mumbai, Dec 2: U Dhananjay Kumar, a banker and human rights activist was awarded doctorate by Bharatiya Vidyapeeta, a deemed University of Pune, recently.

He was conferred doctorate for his thesis on legal control of white collar crime with special reference to Indian Constitution, which was compiled with the guidance of Dr Vijay Chitnis, former dean of Mumbai University and former member of Human Rights Commission, Maharastra Unit.

Dhananjay Kumar hails from Ullal, Mangalore. He is the son of late Krishnappa and U H Lalita.  He did his studies at U B M C School, Ullal and graduation from Government College, Mangalore. He later migrated to Mumbai, in search of a better prospect. He did his LLB from Dr Ambedkar Law College and LL M from Mumbai University. He began his career with Patel Roadways and Mazgaon Dock Limited. He practiced law for few years and joined the legal department of Bharat Co-operative Bank Limited.

Dhananjay acknowledges the support of his wife - former teacher Shashikala in his endeavour.

He serves as joint secretary of Billavara Association of suburban Khar (East), along with his social work.


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