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(v)Unless otherwise specifically provided, an ex-candidate shall be required to pass the relevant examination at the time which he actually appears at the examination and not in accordance with the provisions that were prescribed at the time he appeared or should have appeared as a regular candidate, subject to the provisions contained in the Transitory Ordinances.

H.  Scale of Marks, Division and Distinction :

Maximum Marks in each paper 100

Minimum pass marks in each paper 45% (Taken together of both the written theory paper, project work and viva-voce as the case may be).

Division :First Class65% and above of the aggregate of marks in Six Semesters.

Second Class45% and above of the aggregate of marks in Six Semesters.

DistinctionA candidate who, without failing in any course, secures an average of 75% or more marks in the aggregate of all the Six Semesters may be declared to have obtained distinction.

MeritThe order of Merit shall be determined on the basis of aggregate marks obtained in all the Six Semesters from among candidates who passed various papers in Six Semesters from the year of their being admitted to the First Semester, subject to the rules/regulations prescribed by the University in this regard.

I.  Re-Evaluation of Answer-Books :

(Note : The ordinances regarding Re-evaluation has temporarily been suspended w.e.f. 1999-2000 session).

J.Consequences of Irregular Appearance at and passing of Examination :

(i)A student who pursues a course of studies of a higher semester without passing examinations in respect of all the prescribed courses of study for a lower semester shall not be eligible to receive any scholarship, or any other financial aid so long as he has not passed all the relevant examinations which entitles him to be in the semester in which he happens to be.

Provided that nothing in this clause shall prevent the Dean of the Law School from continuing any scholarship or freeship or granting any other financial aid where he is satisfied that a candidate could not appear at the examination because of illness or any other sufficient cause.

Provided further that in granting any scholarship, financial aid including freeship, cases of such students who have not passed in the examination of all the prescribed courses of study of the lower semester, may be considered if adequate number of students who have passed in the examinations of the

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