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(ii)The viva voce examination shall be held in Varanasi as such time and on such dates as decided by the Controller of Examinations, in consultation with the Dean of the Faculty of Law.

Provided that for the benefit of students who did not complete their training in as provided under the above-mentioned clauses B(2)(e) and B(3) at the time of the Annual viva voce examination or who failed at any prior  viva voce examination, a supplementary viva-voce examination may be held

(iii)The viva voce examination shall be conducted by the Banaras Hindu University and the examiners shall, while evaluating the performance of a candidate, take into account the diaries etc. maintained by the candidate as the case may be.

D.  Registration :

(i) (a)A regular candidate shall apply to the Dean of the Law School on the prescribed form, together with the prescribed Examination Fee on or before the date that may be appointed in this behalf.

(b)An ex-student shall apply to the Registrar on the prescribed form, together with the prescribed Examination Fee, on or before the date that may be appointed in this behalf intimating his intention to appear at the specified examination.

(ii) (a)  The Examination Fee shall be such as may be prescribed including Mark Sheet Fee for each semester examination or any part thereof.

(b)A candidate who is unable to appear wholly or partly at the relevant examination on any account or who, having appeared, fails to pass the said examination, shall not, except in cases hereafter mentioned, be entitled to a refund of his Examination Fee or adjustment of the fee to the next ensuing  examination of the concerned year.

(c)The Examination Fee paid by a candidate may be refunded if,

(i)   His/her form has been rejected by the University; or

(ii)The fee has been submitted but not the form; or

(iii)The Academic Council permits a refund on compassionate grounds.

(d)Examination  Fee of a candidate, after deducting Rs. 10/- may be credited for the next ensuing examination of the concerned year in the case of a candidate who fails to appear at the examination on account of illness.

Provided that an application, supported by a Medical Certificate, shall be made for the aforesaid purpose within a month of the date of commencement of examination.

Provided further that the form which the candidate submits for the next ensuing examination is complete in all respects and is accepted.

(e)An Examination Fee once credited to the next ensuing examination shall not be refundable.

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