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Adv. Sarika Khude


Adv Sarika Khude

EDUCATION

Adv. Sarika Khude obtained her law degree from the N.S. Law College of the Shivaji University of Maharashtra, India, Diploma in Business Management (D.B.M) from the Chintamanrao college of the Shivaji University, Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree from the K.W.C. College of the Shivaji University of Maharashtra, India.

ADMISSIONS

  1. Member of the Maharashtra and Goa Bar Association.
  2. Member of the Rajgurunagar Bar Association.
  3. Legal adviser of the Mauli Tours & Travels Sangli

 

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