Programme: B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)
It shall be a five-year integrated degree programme and would follow the syllabus mentioned in the BCI Rules along with the specialization of elective domain.
Five Years Degree Programme.
Eligibility for Admission
Candidate must have obtained a Senior Secondary School/Intermediate (10+2) or its equivalent certificate from a recognized Board with no less than 45% of the total marks in aggregate (40% In case of SC and ST candidates).
He/She must appear in CLAT Exam (it is as per the CLAT score of the candidate that the university will notify the list of selected and waitlisted candidates).
The procedure for admission in each academic year shall be as notified by the university.
An Examination Committee will be constituted by the Vice-Chancellor to look into the evaluation programmes.
The examination is entirely internal. The teacher who offers the course shall frame the question paper and the same shall be moderated by a Committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor for moderation. The teacher will undertake constant evaluation of the performance of the students. If a course is offered by more than one teacher, the setting of question paper and evaluation will be done jointly.
Scheme of Evaluation
Five (5) marks in each course shall be assigned to regularity in attendance.
The following is distribution of Marks for Attendance:
Percentage of Attendance Marks
95 and above 5
Every student is mandatorily required to secure a minimum of 75% attendance in each course. However, in exceptional cases the attendance requirement may be relaxed:
Students participating in University sponsored/approved activities will be given necessary attendance for the days of absence (i.e., number of classes) and the attendance will be calculated accordingly. However, in any case percentage of actual attendance of classes falling below 67% shall not be given any consideration for relaxation.
Students are required to submit approved Academic Leave forms along with copy of invitation, abstract and copy of article within a week before the activity. No Academic Leave will be considered subsequently.
In cases where the student falls short of 75% attendance but secures more than 70% in a particular course, will be allowed to take the exam in that course, provided the student has secured more than 75% attendance on average in all the courses put together but excluding the course(s) in which calculated accordingly.