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What is the scheme for the Entrance Examination in LL.B course in the University of Delhi? Ans. The entrance examination for LL.B shall consist of a question paper including objective type questions with multiple choice answers prescribed relating to English Language, Comprehension, Analytical Abilities, Legal Awareness, Aptitude and General Knowledge.
What is the medium of instruction and examination for LL.B. course in the University of Delhi? Ans. The medium of instruction for LL.B. course is English but the medium of examination is either English or Hindi.
How many Law Centers are under the Faculty of Law in the University of Delhi? There are three Law Centers are under the Faculty of Law in the University of Delhi which are as follows: • Campus Law Centre – where classes are held from 8:30 a.m. • Law Centre I – where classes are held in the afternoon from 3:00 p.m. -6:00 p.m. and in the evening from 6:15 p.m.-9:15 p.m. • Law Centre II – where classes are held from 6:15 p.m.-9:15 p.m.
Can a student be transferred from one Law Centre to another in the first year of study? No, a student cannot be transferred from one Law Centre to another in the first year of study. The transfer of a student in the third or fifth term shall be considered by the Admission Committee which comprises of the Dean and the Professors-in-charge of the Law Centers, within two weeks of commencement of teaching.
What is the scheme of examination in LL.B course in the University of Delhi? The examination for LL.B. course is divided into two terms in a year which shall be held at the end of each term. A student is required to study five subjects in each term and must pass in all the thirty subjects with a minimum of 45% marks in each, in order to qualify for the LL.B. course.
What is the required percentage of attendance for the students pursuing LL.B. course in the University of Delhi? The students are required to have a minimum attendance of 66% for the lectures in each of the subjects as also at the moot courts and practical training course. In exceptional cases for reasons to be recorded and communicated to the Bar Council of India, the Dean, Faculty of Law /Professor -in-charge of the Law Centre concerned may condone attendance short of those required by this rule.
What is the promotion criteria in LL.B course in the University of Delhi? The promotion criteria in LL.B course in University of Delhi is mentioned as under: • A student of LL.B First, Third or Fifth Term shall be eligible for promotion to Second, Fourth, 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 Examination. • 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. • No student shall be promoted to the next Term, if he/she has been detained in the Examination for shortage of attendance.
What is the span period for LL.B course in the University of Delhi? The span period for LL.B course is six years from the date of submission to first year of the LL.B course subject to the provisions contained in the Ordinance relating to ex-students as in force from time to time. 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.
When can a candidate give his/her supplementary examinations for LL.B. course in the University of Delhi? After the completion of six terms, a student of LL.B. may take supplementary examination in any paper of I or III term along with the V term supplementary examination and in any paper of II or IV term along with the VI term supplementary examination held for the purpose.