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prescribed courses in the lower semester are not available, on the criteria determined by the  Departmental Committee constituted by the Dean for this purpose.

(ii)A student shall not be entitled to receive any award, medal, prize or certificate of excellence except in relation to such examination only which he passes as a whole at one time.

(iii)A student shall not be entitled to residential accommodation or any other facility during a period in excess of the minimum prescribed for receiving instructions for the LL.B. Degree Course of Study (i.e. Six Semester).

6.  TRANSITORY PROVISIONS

(1)As the provisions of re-admission has been withdrawn by the University w.e.f session 1999-2000, the students who were admitted in the academic year 2002-2003 and had been detained for shortage of attendance in the LL.B. I-Year in the academic year  2002-2003, they shall have to take admission in LL.B. I-Year (six semesters) afresh and shall be governed by these new ordinances including examinations.

(2)The students who were admitted in LL.B. II-Year of academic year 2002-2003 or are admitted in LL.B. II-year of academic year 2003-2004 but were detained due to shortage of attendance shall be governed by the old Ordinances provided that in case any student, due to shortage of attendance or for any other reasons is again detained from appearing in the examination of LL.B. II-Year during academic year 2003-2004, he shall be governed by the old Ordinances in academic year 2004-2005.

(3)The students who were admitted in LL.B. III-Year of academic year 2002-2003 or are admitted in LL.B. III-Year of academic year 2003-2004 but detained due to shortage of attendance shall be governed by the old Ordinances in LL.B. III-Year during academic year 2003-2004 respectively provided that in case any student, due to shortage of attendance,  or for any other reason is again detained from appearing in the examination of LL.B. III-Year during academic year 2003-2004, he shall be governed by the old Ordinances in the academic year 2004-2005.

(4)The students, who were admitted in LL.B. Ist-Year, IInd-Year or IIIrd-Year (Annual Examination System) of the academic year 2002-2003, or are admitted for the annual examination system of the academic year 2003-2004 but detained from appearing in the respective examination of that concerned year, they shall be governed by the old Ordinances in the academic year 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 respectively.

(5)The existing LL.B. III-Year Degree Course (Annual System) shall cease to operate after the academic year 2004-2005.  However, the students admitted in academic year 1998-1999 shall be

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