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LL.B. Programme

The LL.B. three-year degree course is offered through semester system to the students. A candidate who wishes to take admission to LL.B. semester course needs to qualify Common Entrance Exam (LAWCET). The selection of candidates will be purely based on his/her performance in the entrance exam. Candidates who fall under reserved category are required to produce necessary documents as a proof of their eligibility.

The duration of LL.B. course is three years and each academic year has two semesters. Thus, three years include total 6 semesters. Each semester consists of 15 weeks of instruction. No admission shall be granted after the ending of four weeks from the date of commencing of instruction. Every candidate is advised to notice that there would be no exam to be conducted during the instruction period of semester.

Candidates are admitted to LL.B. course, which will be firmly based on the merit he/she obtained in the Common Entrance Exam. In case a candidate has got admission to LL.B. and later it is to be found that he/she is not eligible or does not meet the requisite eligibility criteria, then their admission will be cancelled.

The candidates will be awarded with LL.B. Degree only if he/she has pursued a regular course of study for 3 academic years as prescribed by the university. It is necessary that the candidates need to pass all the exams as it is mentioned in the exam scheme to get the degree. Candidates need to put in at least 75 % attendance in aggregate to appear for LL.B. Exam of semester.

If candidates attend either of NSS/NCC camps, inter cloistered, inter university, inter state, national or international matches, debates, inter college activities, etc. it shall not be counted as an absence. Nevertheless, the aggregate of such absence must not be surpassed four weeks in one semester. Candidates who fail to obtain minimum percentage of attendance in any semester of the course, will not be allowed to appear for the exam in the same semester. Such candidates need to undergo a new regular course of study of the corresponding semester in a consequent academic session to become eligible to take the exam.

Attendance will be considered from the date of commencing of instruction which will be prescribed by the university. Candidates who are eligible for promotion from LL.B. II to III and IV to V semesters need to renew his/her admission by way of submitting LL.B. Renewal application form with the requisite fee before or on the late date of submission.


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