QUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSION INTO SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS
Any registered student of the University may be admitted into semester examinations if he/she has completed the course in one or more law college. The combined attendance of both the colleges shall be taken for the eligibility into the examination and re-admission.
A registered student of the University may be admitted into 5th or6th semester examination only if he/she cleared 1st or 2nd semester examinations.
A registered student shall be allowed to appear 1st and 3rd ,2nd and 4th semester examinations having requisite attendance.
A registered student shall be allowed to appear 4th and 6th or 3rd and 5th semester examinations at a time having requisite attendance.
PASS MARK AND CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES.
Aggregate mark for passing the LL.B degree examination shall be the grand total of aggregate marks of all semester examination i.e. 1st to 6th semester examinations.
In order to pass any semester examination a candidate shall have to secure at least 30% marks in each paper with at least 50% marks in aggregate.
2nd class – 50% of the total marks or more but less than 60% in aggregate in all semester examinations result together.1st Class – 60% of the total marks or more in aggregate in all semester examinations result together.
If a candidate is marked absent in any sitting of an examination. Such a candidate shall have to appear in that paper only in order to pass the said examination.
Back paper examination- A student failed to secure less than 30% marks in any paper or 50% marks in a paper and secured less than 50% marks in aggregate in any semester examinations may be allowed to reappear in those papers not more than two chances immediately following that examination in which he was eligible. If a candidate fails to clear within the above mentioned chances he/she shall reappear in all papers in that semester examinations within five years.
MODE OF EXAMINATION AND DURATION OF EXAMINATION
All the semester theory examination shall be conducted by means of written papers.
Duration of the examination of each theory papers shall be two hours carrying 50 marks.
The student have required one practical record as per the: requirement of the courses of study in sixth semester examination for evaluation.
There will a viva Voce examination as per the syllabus consisting of three papers prescribed in the courses of study which shall be conducted by one external and internal examiner.
Question papers of the University shall contain alternative question in each units covering courses of study.
There shall be two examinations in one academic year. Ordinarily the semester examinations will be held in the month of December and June of that academic session. However the University has the power to alter the time schedule in exceptional cases. 90 days academic class work (Class lecturers) is required to the completed before any semester examinations.
APPLICATION FOR THE ADMISSION TO EXAMINATION
A candidate willing to appear any examination to which he/she is eligible may apply in the prescribed form supplied by the University as per the notification of the University on payment of the prescribed fees. He/she shall have to fill-up application form for examination during the notified dated of the college as per the direction of the university. He/she shall have t0 fill-up separate application form in each semester examinations.
Any candidates fail to appear either partially or fully have to pay again the full fees as prescribed by the University.
RULES FOR THE BACHELOR OF LAW EXAMINATION
Any registered candidate may be admitted to the degree of Laws if.
He has passed the examination for the degree of bachelor of Arts Science, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of 0riental learning, Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of science (Engineering Bachelor of science Agriculture), Bachelor of Veterinary Science and animal Husbandry, B.Sc. and B.Ed. (Science) any other examination recognized by the Academic Council as equivalent thereto.
After passing the said examination he has completed a regular Course of study for not less than three academicals years in a college admitted to the privileges of the University in Law or in a constituent College of the University and.
He passed the three examination in Law namely.
The preliminary examination in law not earlier than the end of the First year of course.
The intermediate examination in law not earlier than the end of the second year of the course.
A candidate for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Law shall be required to pass the following examination:
First Year Examination in Law.
Second Year Examination in Law and
Third Year Examination in Law.
In every subject in each of the Law Examination provision shall ordinary be made for three lectures per week and one tutorial in a fortnight and Moot Court wherever prescribed.
A candidate shall be considered to have completed a regular course of studies for the purpose of clause, Regulation (i) if he has attend not less than 75 percent of the lectures and tutorials taken together prescribed by the college during the year and not less than 84 percent of the sitting of the Moot Court held during the year. Condition, in exceptional circumstances may be granted by the syndicate to the extend of 15 percent only provided that the Syndicate may grant further condition of shortage in attendance to the extent of 5 percent for candidates representing to the University or the state for specific purposes to be recorded in writing.
Not student shall ordinarily be admitted into a Collage six weeks after the date of reopening of the college and any student who wants to be admitted after the prescribed period shall apply to the University through the Principal of the college into which he seeks admission and if allowed, shall have the percentage lecture counted from the date of his admission.
Provided that the candidates who passed the Second Bachelor Degree Examination of this University or the second or supplementary Examination of other university of the state of Orissa recognized as equivalent there to by the Academic Council of this University may be admitted into the College within two weeks after the publication of the results of the Second Bachelor’s degree examination of this university within such longer period as the Syndicate may determine.PROVIDED THAT:
A candidate who has completed the course of studies prescribed for the First year and the Second year Examination in Law may be admitted the First year and Second year Examination together or only to the First year Examination in Law.
A candidate who has completed the course of studies prescribed for the First, Second and Third year examination in Law may at his option the admitted to either (a) The preliminary and the intermediate Examination in Law together
(b) Intermediate or Final Examination in Law together.
Every candidate sent up for any of the three Examination in Law shall have to produce a certificate.
(a) Good Conduct.
(b) Diligent Study and,
(c) Probability of passing the Examination. ‘,r,”
Each of the examinations in Law shall be held twice in a year ordinarily in the months of June and December.
A candidate who has failed at the First, Second or Third year Examination in Law or having been registered for the Examination may be admitted at a subsequent Examination on payment of prescribed fees without further attendance at lectures.
If a candidate who is admitted to more than one examination in Law at the same time passes in one and fails in the other he shall be admitted to any subsequent chance of examination in which he has called on payment of fee prescribed and this result of the higher examination shall be withheld in case he fails to pass the lower examination. Provided that if he has appeared in both first and second year in Law and has failed in the second examination, his, result of the first examination in Law shall be published.
A student who has completed the course of studies prescribed to the First year Examination in Law, may he admitted to the Second year of the course without previously passing the First examination in Law and student who has completed the course-of studies prescribed for the, first and the second year examination in Law may be admitted to the Third year of the Course without previously passing the first or second year Examination in Law.
The fee for admission to any of the three examinations in Law shall be as prescribed in the institute.