LL.B. (Hons) 5 Years Regulations



             This Course is approved and recognized the BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA Rules under sections 7 (h) and (1), 25 (1) (e) (iii) and (iii-a) and 49 (1) (1), (ag) and (d) of the Advocate Act, 1961.

              It is a combination of B.A. and LL.B. course. Its purpose is to educate and train candidates for taking up legal profession and pursue other avenues wherein Law subjects are either compulsory or optional.

              The entire course is spread over 10 Semesters, each of six months, generally starting on 1st July and 1st Jan. It has been divided into two parts as follows:

Part - I A 2 Year core programme of pre-law studies, and

Part - II A 3 Programme for professional training in Law.


               This course is open to those who have passed intermediate or equivalent (10+2 or 11+1) examination from any recognized Board with minimum given % of marks as decided by the Universtiy and Bar Council of India from time to time. Candidates shall be admitted on the basis of merit which shall be judged by their performance in the qualifying examination and also on the result of test and interview held by the admission commitee of the college. Preference will be given to those who can express themselves in English. 

                Rule 6 (1) of Part IV of the Bar Council Rules lays down the following '' The Part-I Examination should be so conducted as to be called Universtiy Examination. A Student who has passed Part-I of the Law course shall be eligible for enrolment in the final year of the three year degree course in Arts, Social Science etc. Supplicate for the B.A. degree. A student who has completed three years of the 5 year course in Law is eligible to get a degree from the Universtiy on passing such examination on conducted by the same University which is equivalent to B.A. (Law) but such degree shall not entitle the student to be enrolled as an Advocate. That enrolment will be possible after completing remaining two year course, which includes practical training also''.



 NOTE: The candidate who are appearing for the qualifying examination and expect to complete the eligibility requirements can also appear at the attendance at the enrance test but their candidature will be considered only when they provide documentary evidence of eligibility requirement.

 HOURS OF STUDY: Teaching, including tutorials, lectures and clinical studies shall be for six Hours per Day. Class room lectutes shall not be less than 24 Hours per week. For each prescribed paper there shall be lecture classes for three hours and one hour of tutorial work per week.

ATTENDANCE: Every student shall be required to put in minimum attendance of 75% of lectures in each of the subjects as also at tutorials, moot courts and practical training course.   


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