(ii)Subject to the provisions of these ordinances, the examinations for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws shall be held in Varanasi at such time and on such dates as the Academic Council may prescribe.
(iii)A candidate shall be examined in 10 papers of 100 marks in each semester.
(iv) Examinations in courses One to Ten in LL.B. First Semester, Eleven to Twenty in LL.B. Second Semester, Twenty One to Thirty in LL.B, Third Semester, Thirty One to Forty in LL.B. Fourth Semester, Forty One to Fifty in LL.B. Fifth Semester, and Fifty one to Sixty in LL.B. Sixth Semester shall be conducted by means of written papers each of three hours duration, as well as evaluation of project works, regularity, discussions, extension activities, field works, court visits, and viva voce examination as the case may be.
(v)The evaluation of papers in Practical Training in LL.B. Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Semesters shall be in accordance with the criteria prescribed hereunder the head "Division of Marks" comprising of evaluation of assignment, viva-voce and any other means to be determined by the Dean in consultation with the Committee/Committees consisting of teachers teaching the course keeping in view the requirements of the Bar Council of India.
B. Division of Marks :
(1)Each compulsory, optional and seminar paper in the LL.B. examination shall consist of 100 marks.
Provided that 80 marks in each of such paper shall be reserved for award on the basis of written theory paper, 10 marks on the basis of project work and 10 marks on the basis of performativity including discussion pertaining to the concerned paper, regularity, and alertness in the class.
Provided that 50 marks in optional paper on Animal Law-II in LL.B. Sixth Semester shall be reserved for award on the basis of written theory paper, and 50 marks on the basis of extension activities-
Provided that 50 marks in compulsory papers on Legal Writing including General English / Hindi in LL.B. First and Second Semesters shall be reserved for award on the basis of written theory paper and 50 marks on the basis of project work.
Provided that 80 marks in Seminar papers in LL.B. Fifth and Sixth Semesters shall be reserved for project work and 10 marks for data collection, field works, extension activities and 10 marks for performativity including discussion pertaining to the concerned paper, regularity and alertness in class.
(2).Each compulsory paper in Practical Training in LL.B. Semester degree course shall carry the division of marks in the following manner :
(a)Practical Training - I (Professional Ethics, Accountability of Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relationship) in LL.B. Third Semester.
(i)Written theory paper -- 80 marks
(ii)Performativity including discussion pertaining to the concerned paper, regularity and alertness in class--20 marks
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