Improvement of Previous Performance and Supplementary Rules

1. A student studying in the Third Term may be permitted to surrender his/her result of any subject of the First Term within one month of the commencement of the Term provided:

(a) he/she has passed that subject in the first attempt; and

(b) at the time of surrendering his/her result, he/she has passed at least 5 other subjects of the First and Second Terms taken together excluding the subjects the result of which he/she wishes to surrender.

2. A student studying in the Fourth Term may be permitted to surrender his/her result of any subject of the Second Term within one month of the commencement of that Term provided: (a) he/she has passed that subject in the first attempt; and (b) at the time of surrendering his/her result, he/she has passed at least 5 other subjects of the First and Second Terms taken together excluding the subjects the result of which he/she wishes to surrender.

3. A student studying in the Fifth Term may be permitted to surrender his/her result of any subject of the Third Term within one month of the commencement of that Term provided:

(a) he/she has passed that subject in the first attempt; and

(b) at the time of surrendering his/her result, he/she has passed at least 15 other subjects of the First, Second, Third and Fourth Terms taken together excluding the subjects the result of which he/she wishes to surrender.

4. A student studying in the Sixth Term may be permitted to surrender his/her result of any subject of the Fourth Term within one month of the commencement of that Term provided:

(a) he/she has passed that subject in the first attempt; and

(b) at the time of surrendering his/her result, he/she has passed at least 15 other subjects of the First, Second, Third and Fourth Terms taken together excluding the subjects the result of which he/she wishes to surrender.

5. A student who has been promoted to the Sixth Term may be permitted to surrender the results of not more than two subjects of the Fifth Term within one month of the commencement of the Term or the publication of the result of the Fifth Term, whichever is later. In such a case, he/she will take the supplementary examination in those subjects to be held in that year subject to his/her being eligible for the benefit of supplementary examinations.

6. A student who has passed in all the subjects of the Sixth Term may, within one month of the declaration of the result of Sixth Term examination, surrender his/her result of not more than two subjects of the Sixth Term along with a declaration that he/she will not seek enrolment or employment or any other benefit on the basis that he/she has passed the LL.B. examination till such time the result of the subjects in which he/she wishes to improve his/her performance has been declared. He/she will take the examination at the next available opportunity.

7. Such candidates who surrender results in order to improve their performance will take the examination in the current question paper based on the latest syllabus along with the regular students of that year.

8. In case the student fails to appear in the paper after filling up the improvement form, the marks obtained by her/him shall be restored.*

Supplementary Examination rules in compliance with Aditya N. Prasad, W.P.(C) No. 7365 of 2011 as approved by AC/EC in 2017:

A supplementary examination for students of LL.B V and VI Terms would be held at the end of the VI Term examinations to give one more opportunity to such students who could not clear any one or more papers of V and VI terms. In case a student of V and VI Term had not cleared any paper of I, II, III and IV Terms he/she would clear the same by taking the respective examinations at the regular examination held at the end of each Term: Provided that such students of V and VI Terms who could not clear any paper or papers of the V and VI Terms even after taking the supplementary examination, he/she would clear the same at the regular examinations of V and VI Terms held at the end of each Term. Provided further that all the thirty papers, required for getting the LL.B degree has to be cleared within the over-all span of 6 years.

Span Period

Subject to the provisions contained in the Ordinance relating to ex-students as in force from time to time, a student must clear all the courses offered in all the Terms within a span period of six years from the date of admission to first year of the LL.B. course. No student shall be admitted as a candidate for any LL.B. examination after six years from the date of admission to the first year of the course.

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