(iii)The Registrar / Controller of Examinations shall examine the application which, if found to be in order, shall be registered in the register of candidates for such examination and shall issue Admit Card to the candidate.
(iv)One Back Paper Examination Fee (including Marks Sheet Fee) shall be Rs. 12/- or as prescribed by the University.
In case, a candidate appears in more than one paper of the backpapers he/she will be charged full fees.
E. Admit Card :
(i)No candidate shall be admitted to any examination unless he produces his Admit Card in respect thereof to the Officer conducting the examination or satisfies such Officer that it will be subsequently produced.
(ii)The Registrar / Controller of Examinations may, if satisfied that an examination Admit Card has been lost or destroyed, issue a duplicate Admit Card on payment of the prescribed fee.
F. EXAMINATION :
Examination in LL.B. Course of study shall be held semester wise i.e. twice in a year.
G. RE-REGISTRATION FOR EXAMINATION :
(i)A candidate who having pursued a regular course of study in LL.B. First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Semesters fails to appear at the main examination of LL.B. Second Semester, LL.B. Fourth Semester, LL.B. Fifth and Sixth Semester held for regular students or having appeared fails to pass in any of the courses (First and Second semesters taken together) may appear in the course (in both semester) in which he did not appear or has failed, at any subsequent examination, held as backlogger or at supplementary examination held for regular students without undergoing a regular course of study in subsequent year in accordance with the provisions of these Ordinances.
(ii)There shall be no supplementary examination for LL.B. First, Second, Third and Fourth Semester students. However, students who fail to pass or appear in the paper of LL.B. First, Second, Third and Fourth Semester shall be eligible to appear in the concerned paper or papers of the respective semesters along with the students of next academic session.
(iii)A student who fails to secure minimum pass marks in any paper/papers of Fifth Semester shall be required to appear in the supplementary examination.
(iv)The marks obtained by a candidate in the previous examination in respect of a paper in which he/she has secured less than minimum pass marks, shall be substituted by the marks obtained by him in the subsequent examination in respect of the concerned paper.
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