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            The curriculum of study for the LL.B.(Hons.) Degree shall be spread over three academic years, and shall be divided into six semesters for the examination purposes, called as First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth semesters.
          The academic year shall extend from the day of the reopening of University after summer vacation to the last working day of the concerned academic year or as determined by Academic Council. The First, Third and Fifth semesters shall ordinarily extend from the day of re-opening of the University after summer vacation to the last week of December as the case may be. The Second, Fourth and Sixth semesters shall ordinarily extend from the first week of January to the last working day of the concerned academic year / commencement of summer vacation.

Extract of University Regulations relating to Three Years LL.B.(Hons.) Degree

           (i) Students who have pursued a regular course of studies for any of the years comprising the LL.B.(Hons.) course of study and have appeared at the relevant examination shall be eligible to be promoted and registered for pursuing the course of study of the next higher year :     

           Provided that a student of the First, Third and Fifth semesters will be promoted to Second, Fourth and Sixth semesters respectively irrespective of the number of courses in which he /she has failed to pass or failed to appear in the First, Third and Fifth semesters examinations as the case may be.

           (ii) A student shall not be admitted to the Third Semester unless he/she has passed in at least Six compulsory papers of First and Second semesters taken together.

           Provided further that no such student shall be admitted to Fifth Semester unless he /she has passed in at least Six papers of Third and Fourth semesters taken together.

           Provided further that a student who fails to secure minimum pass marks in any paper / papers of First, Second, Third and Fourth semesters shall be required to appear in the examinations of the concerned back paper/papers of the concerned examination, as the case may be.

           (iii) No such student of the First Semester, who has failed to secure 25% of attendance in that semester, shall be allowed to pursue the LL.B.(Hons.) course of study;

           However, a student detained due to shortage of attendance in any semester may be allowed to pursue the course of study of that semester within six years from the academic session of his admission in the Law Faculty for the first session or as prescribed by the University from time to time.


 


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