4 (A) COURSE OF STUDY
A candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Laws shall be required to:
(i)Study 20 compulsory theory papers in First and Second Semesters (taken together) carrying 100 marks for each paper.
(ii)Study 20 compulsory theory papers in Third and Fourth semesters (taken together) carrying 100 marks for each paper.
(iii)Study 4 compulsory papers, 4 optional papers and 2 seminar papers carrying 100 marks each in Fifth and Sixth semesters respectively.
(iv)Attend lectures, undertake project works, in each of the 6 semesters comprising Three Year Degree course.
(v)Submit written assignments, project reports and also attend and participate in other activities including extension activities in the Law School.
4 (B)PROSECUTION OF A REGULAR COURSE OF STUDY
A student who has attended all the lectures, seminars, moot courts and all other activities in or outside Law School done or in collaboration with others in the academic year shall be deemed to have prosecuted a regular course of study for that year.
Provided that the Dean of the Law School may, on the recommendation of the Department Council condone absence from lectures, seminars and other activities upto 25% separately in each of the papers of the total number of such lectures delivered, seminars and other activities held or organized in that paper.
Provided further that the Academic Council may on the recommendation of the Dean as advised by the Departmental Council make in appropriate cases, a further condonation to such extent as it may deem fit.
A. General :
(i)(a)There shall be an examination at the end of each semester of three year study programme. Every student registered in any semester shall be eligible to appear in the concerned examination of the respective semester subject to the attendance requirement as prescribed by the Bar Council of India and the University and calculated on the semester basis.
b)A candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Laws shall be required to pass in all the prescribed courses within the span of six years from the academic session of his admission in the Law Faculty for the first session or as prescribed by the University.
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