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entitled to appear in the supplementary examination (wherever permitted) in the prescribed courses under the old Ordinances (Annual Examination System) up to period of six years from the date of admission in LL.B. I-Year.

7. Provisions Governing Students Admitted in Academic Year of 1997-1998 or Earlier

Subject to such amendments as have been specifically provided in this regard in these Ordinances and subject to the provisions contained in Transitory Ordinances, the ordinances and the Syllabi of the courses prescribed and printed in 1991-1992 prospectus of studies shall continue to govern students who were admitted in the academic year 1997-1998 or earlier for the purposes of examination up to a period of six years from the date of their admission.

8.  Definitions

(i)A "Regular Student" is one who has pursued a regular course of study and obtained prescribed attendance mentioned in the Ordinance and is eligible to appear in the examination for the aforesaid course.

(ii)"Ex-student" means one who has read in the Faculty for at least one academic year preceding the date of the annual/semester examination, but has failed or failed to appear in that examination, though otherwise eligible.

9.  Miscellaneous Provisions

1.Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained anywhere, an examination for the benefit of the backloggers of the First and Third Semesters will be held in the month of December and an examination for the benefit of the backlogger of the Second and Fourth Semesters will be held in the month of April on such dates as may be specified by the Controller of Examinations.

2.The Supplementary Examination for the students of LL.B. Fifth and Sixth Semesters shall be held after the  reopening of the University after summer vacation on such dates as may be specified by the Controller of Examinations.

3.These Ordinances contained herein shall be deemed to have come into effect from the academic session 2003-2004 to the extent of its applicability.

4.Any provision contained in earlier Ordinances in this regard repugnant to the present Ordinance shall stand deleted.

5. The Dean of the Faculty of Law in consultation with the Departmental Council shall have the power to remove all difficulties in interpretation and /or application of these Ordinances which shall be final.

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