3 yrs. Law Degree Course : An applicant who has graduated in any discipline from a University or from a foreign university recognized as equivalent to the status of an Indian University by an authority competent to declare may apply for a three year Law degree course leading to conferment of LL.B./LL.B. (Hons.) degree on successfully completion of the regular course.
Provided that applicants who have obtained First Degree Certificate after prosecuting studies in distance or correspondence method shall also be considered eligible for admission in the 3yrs. law degree course.
No Age Bar.
Admission shall be made strictly on merit by the respective collge admission committee either by holding written admission test or interview of the candidates.
In case of equal marks in admission test, their merit shall be determined by marks obtained in the qualifying examination i.e. the First Degree examination.
The result of the admission test, in order of merit, shall be notified in the office notice board if any selected student who fails to pay his/her admission fee and other charges by the date fixed for such payment shall forfeit his/her claim for admission.
There shall be no relaxation of marks in minimum eligibility for admission.
No student of the 3yrs. law course shall be allowed to register simultaneouly with any other graduate, postgraduate, certificate or diploma courses run by same or any other university or institute for academic or professional learning.
Provided that any short period part time certificate or diploma course on language, computer science or computer application of an institute or any course run by a centre for Distance Learning of a University shall, however, be allowed.
As per stipulation of the Bar Council of India the minimum percentage of marks not bellow 45% of the total marks in case of general category applicants, and 40% of the total in case of SC, ST and OBC applicants, to be obtained in the qualifying examination, i.e. in First Degree Examination in any disipline.
Provided that such a minimum qualifying marks shall not automatically entitle a person to get admission in the college, but shall only entitle the person concerned to fulfill other criteria notified by the college concerned or by the government concerned, from time to time, for admission.
No student shall be allowed to appear in the end semester examination in a paper if he/she has not attended minimum of 70% of the classes held in the paper concerned including in tutorials, moot court exercises, practical training etc. conducted in respect of that paper.
If a student for any exceptional reasons fail to attent 70% of the classes held in any paper, the Principal of the college may allow him/her to take the examination if he/she attended at least 65% of the classes held in the paper concerned and attended 70% of classes in all the papers taken together. Provided a list of such students allwed to take examination, with reasons recorded, be forwarded to BCI.
English shall be the medium of instruction in 3yrs. law Degree course.
Total number of law papers to be offered in 3yrs. Law Degree Course :
Examination consists of (i) continuous internal assessments through sessional examinations viva-voce, seminars/group discussions and ii) end-semester examinations. The schemes of continous internal assessment designed according to needs of teaching-learning proces in the course shall be disclosed to the students at the begining of every semester by the teacher of the paper concerned.
The end semester examinations shall ordinarily be held at the end of every semester. The end semester examinations of the odd semesters will be held in December and end semester examinations of the even semesters will be held in June every year.