Academic Regulations (For the 2015 – 2020 Batch)
Duration Of The Program:
The duration of the program shall be 5 years divided into 10 semesters (Full-Time). In each semester there shall be not less than 90 working days, with a 7 hour working day.
The permitted intake by the Bar Council of India is 120 seats. Rules of reservation as laid down by the Central Government shall be followed
Eligibilty for Admissions:
The candidate should have passed Intermediate examination or its equivalent in a regular stream (10+2) with a minimum of 45% marks. Relaxation of 5% marks will be applicable to S.C., & S.T., candidates
Students who have qualified and obtained ranks in CLAT or State Level LAWCET -2015 are eligible for admission.However, admission of other students will be based on personal interview and writing ability test
The tuition fee per semester shall be: Rs. 55,000. (Rupees fifty five thousand only). Scholarships will be awarded to deserving students
Course Work and Attendance:
- The registration of a candidate is valid for a period twice the prescribed duration of the program from the date of registration
- A candidate shall be deemed to have eligibility to appear for end-semester exams in any course if the student has attended a minimum of 70% of classes held in the course concerned, including the moot-court exercises, tutorials and practical training conducted in the course
- If any student for any exceptional reasons fails to attend 70% of the classes held in any course, the Principal of the College may allow the student to take the exam, if the student concerned attended at least 65% classes held in the course concerned and 70% of the classes in all the courses in entire semester taken together
The performance of a candidate in each semester shall be evaluated course-wise, for a maximum of 100 marks per course, on the basis of Comprehensive Examination at the end of the semester and internal continuous evaluation.
- The Comprehensive Examination shall be of three hour duration and conducted for 60 marks per course
- Internal evaluation shall be carried out on a continuous basis by the Course Instructor. This carries 40 marks per course
- The pattern of the comprehensive examination and various components of continuous evaluation are provided in the succeeding paragraphs
- A candidate shall be deemed to have secured the minimum academic requirement in a course if the candidate secures a minimum of 40% of marks in the Internal Evaluation and the Comprehensive Examination put together. The same is applicable for all courses
- In case a candidate does not secure the minimum academic requirement in any of the courses (as specified above), the candidate has to re-appear for the Comprehensive Examination when that examination is conducted next in that course.
- In case a candidate is detained for want of attendance or other reasons, the candidate has to repeat the course when offered next on the campus or do any other specified course as may be prescribed