Attendance Rules in conformity with the BCI Legal Education Rules 2008 :

All students of LL.B. shall have to put in minimum attendance of 70% of the lectures in each of the courses as also at the moot courts, tutorials and practical training course conducted or taught in a semester for taking the examination. Provided that if a student for any exceptional reasons fails to attend 70% of the classes held in any subject or training course, the Dean of the Faculty of Law may allow the student to take the examination for the semester if the student concerned attended at least 65% of the classes held in the subject concerned and attended 70% of classes in all the subjects taken together in all the courses of the semester. Provided further the Dean, Faculty of Law or a committee constituted by the Dean in this regard may allow attendance up to fifteen days in one semester or twenty days in a year for participation in recognized Moot Court Competitions, Seminars and Conferences, Legal Aid Camps and activities, sensitization programs, Training Programmes relevant to Legal Education, etc. The Dean of the Faculty or Professor-in-charge of the Law Centre shall have power to strike off the name of a student who is grossly irregular in attendance in spite of warning or when the absence of the student is for such a long period that he/she cannot put in requisite percentage of attendance for the semester.

Attendance Rules in conformity with the BCI Legal Education Rules 2008

(1) No student shall be promoted to the next Term, if he/she has been detained in the examination for shortage of attendance.

(2) Subject to sub-rule (i) above, a student of LL.B. First, Third or Fifth Term shall be eligible for promotion to Second, Fourth or Sixth Term, respectively irrespective of the number of courses in which he/she has failed to pass or failed to appear in the First, Third or Fifth Term examinations.

(3) Subject to sub-rules (i) and (ii) above, a student of LL.B. Second Term shall be eligible for promotion to Third Term if he/she has passed in at least five papers of First and Second Term examinations taken together and a student of Fourth Term shall be eligible for promotion to Fifth Term if he/she has passed in at least fifteen papers of First, Second, Third and Fourth Term examinations taken together.

Note: The students eligible for admission to III/V Term must seek admission not later than two weeks from the date(s) of announcement of the results of LL.B. II/IV Term Annual Examinations or within one week of commencement of teaching, whichever is later, failing which they will forfeit their right to be admitted to III/V Term in the particular year.

Re-admission Rules

(1) There shall be no re-admission in the LL.B. First Term, under any circumstances including detention for shortage of attendance in that Term.

2) A student who has been detained for shortage of attendance or for applying late for admission in Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth or Sixth Term shall be eligible for readmission in the same Term in which he/she had been detained provided

(a) he/she seeks readmission before commencement of teaching in the relevant Term;

(b) his/her conduct has been satisfactory; and

(c) he/she shows sufficient cause for his/her discontinuance of studies or for not having put in the requisite percentage of attendance to the satisfaction of a Committee consisting of the Dean, Faculty of Law and the Professors-in-Charge of the Law Centres.

(3) An applicant who has failed in examination or failed to appear at the examination and who is otherwise eligible to appear at the examination as an ex-student, shall not be admitted as a regular student. In exceptional cases, however, where such an applicant is a foreigner, studying under the Cultural Scholarship Scheme of the Government of India, etc., re-admission may be allowed.

(4) In respect of an applicant seeking re-admission, his previous record shall be carefully scrutinized at the concerned Law Centre.

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