Admission rules

The college is affiliated to the Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner and approved by the Bar Council of India. The college offers LL.B. (Three Year Degree) course,D.LL. and LL.M. College has rich faculty and high academic achivements. Ordinances to LL.B. & LL.M. Examinations are as under.

O-251
There shall be three year course for the degree of LL.B., (P) and two year course for the degree of LL.B. (A) and the teaching shall be conducted through the lecture method, practicals and class performance during the session and examination shall be conducted through written papers, practicals and viva-voce at the end of each session..
Three Year LL.B. (P) Course:

1.LL.B. (P)/ LL.B. (A) First Year Examination at the end of the First Year.
2.LL.B. (P)/ LL.B. (A) Second Year Examination at the end of the Second Year.
3.LL.B. (P) Third Year Examination at the end of the Third Year.

O-252B
A Candidate who has taken Bachelor's & Master's degree in Art/Science/Commerce/Medicine/Management/Engineering /Nursing/Agricultral or the degree of Shastri/Acharya or the Degree Ayurvedacharya / Ay.urvedaBrihaspati, B.B.A. B.C.A., BFA, B. Science., (Information Science) B.Sc. (Information System) and B.Sc. (Information technology) of this University or any other University recognised for the purpose by the syndicate with full course prescribed for the degree and secured a minimum of 45% mark (excluding any concessional marks) in the aggregate mark prescribed for the examination for the aforesaid degree shall be eligible for admission to LL.B. first year course. Provided that not more than 20% of total seates in LL.B. first year shall be reserved for the candidates who will become eligible of the basis of Master's degree as defined above.

Explanation:
For the purpose of this ordinance the marks of only those subjects/papers shall be taken into account which had been considered for awarding division at the Bachelor's/Master's degree examination. Admission shall be made on the basis of merit and in acccordance with rules made there by the competent authority.

O-253
A Candidate who has completed a regular course of study from the University/Constituent College or from an affiliated college for first year of LL.B. (P), LL.B.(A) will subject to the other provisions of the Act statutes Ordinances, Rules and Regulations be admitted to the first year examination of the LL.B. (P) or LL.B. (A) course depending on the course he/she has taken.

O-253(A)
A candidate who after passing the examination of the First year has completed a regular course of study from the University/constituent College or from an affiliated college for the second year LL.B. (P) or LL.B.(A) Course will subject to the other provision of the act, statutes ordinance,Rules, and regulation be admitted to the second year examination of LL.B. (P) or LL.B.(A) Course, as the case may be.

O-253(B)
A Condidate who after passing the examination of the second year has completed a regular course of study from the University/Constituent College or from an affiliated college for the third year of the LL.B. (P) course, will subject to the other provision of the act, Statutes Ordinances, Rules and Regulations be admitted to the third year examination LL.B.(P)

O-254
A Candidate who has once been awarded the degree of LL.B. (A) by the University and has thereafter appeared at and passed, after having udergone a regular course of study in the Third year of the LL.B. (P) Course shall be awarded the degree of the Bachelor of law (professional). In supersession of his/her degree of the bachelor of Laws(Academic). This fact shall be inserted in the degree of Bachelor of Law(professional).

O-255
Every candidate for the two years course for the degree of LL.B.(A) and the three years course for the degree of LL.B.(P) shall present him/herself for examination in the papers prescribed in the Regulations.

O-256
Each Theory paper in LL.B. Ist, IInd an IIIrd year shall be of 100 marks and of three hours duration. The practical paper in each year of LL.B. I, II and III year has been divided into two parts. Part "A" shall be of written Examination of 80 Marks and part"B" shall be of 20 marks. A Candidate shall be required to pass separately in Part A and Part B examinations.

O-256(A)
(1) Whenever, any option(s) in any paper has been provided in the syllabus of LL.B. I or II or III year, the Principal or the head of the Unit will determine at the beginning of each session the option of the options in which instructions will be provided during the session. The choice of the candidate will be limited to the option so provided for instructions.
(2) A Candidate may option for one additional paper at LL.B./I//II/III year examination, if permitted by the Principalor Head of the Unit. for such additional paper no teaching facility will be provided and the candidate will have to appear at the examination in such additional paper at his/her own risk and the marksobtained therein will not be counted while working out his result but will be shown in the marks sheet separately. For a pass in such papers the candidate has to secure at least 36% marks.

O-256(B)
The Vice-Chancellor may, on the recommendation of the Dean, Faculty of Law, of the University, permit tansfer of a candidate who has passed in any year of the LL.B.(P) or LL.B.(A) Examination of another University under a scheme which in detail is the same or similar to the scheme of this University of LL.B. (P) or LL.B.(A) Examination to such year of the LL.B.(P) or LL.B.(A) course and on such terms and conditions as he may lay down.
The marks of all; the examination viz I Year Examination and IInd Year Examination in case of LL.B.(A) degree and I year Examination, II year Examination and III Year Examination in case of LL.B.(P) degree will be counted together for classification of result.

Scheme of Examination
The candidate shall be permitted one main, (as regular Student) and three more attempts (as an Ex-Student) in LL.B. I/II/III Year Examination to pass that examination.

O-163 :
An Ex-student for the LL.B. I/II/III year Examination, shall be required to take the examination in the immediately following year and if he fails again or does not take the examination, he shall be given futher two consecutive chances only to clear the examination. An Ex-student for the LL.B. I/II/III year examination who has passed in the part-B of the practical papers(s) namely 1.9,2.9,3.7,3.8& 3.9 of the LL.B. I/II/III year shall be exempted from re-appearing in the part -B of the practical paper(s) in the subsequent year (s) and in that case the case the marks obtained by him/her in part-B of the practical paper(s) shall be added to the marks obtained by him/her in part-A of the practical paper(S) at subsequent examination (as an Ex-Student) in order to determine his/her result.
If a Candidate fails in LL.B. I/II/III year Examination, consecutively four times, he/she has to take fresh admission in that class as regular student. For the purpose of passing in LL.B. I/II/III Year Examination. a candidate has to obtain minimum 36% marks individually in theory and practical subjects and 48% marks in aggregate in the all the three classes of LL.B. I/II/III year Examinations. The successful candidate who secured 60% or more marks shall be placed in the first division and rest in the second division.

Eligibility for Supplementary Examinations :-
A candidate who obtains minimum 36% marks individually and 48% marks in aggregate in at least five papers including Part-B of the practical paper(s) namely 1.9, 2.9 & 3.9 of the LL.B. I/II/III year of that Examination shall be eligible to reappear in not more than four theory papers/Part- A of his/her choice at the following supplementary examination. If a candidate does not secure minimum 36% marks in Part-B of the particular paper(s), he/she shall be allowed to re-appear in Part-B of the practical paper(s) in the following supplementary examinations. If he/she is otherwise eligible to appear in supplementary examinations. A candidate fails to clear the LL.B. I/II/III Year examination as the case may be in the aforesaid manner in the supplementary examinations, he/she will be allowed to reappear at the subsequent following examination in all the papers as an ex-student and provisional admission if granted in higher class shall be treated automatically cancelled. The marks actually obtained by the candidate at the supplementary examinations shall be taken into account only for the purpose of declaring him pass in the examination but not for awarding his/her division.

EXTRACTS FROM ORDINANCES RELATED TO LL.M. EXAMINATIONS

O-257 :
(1) The examination for the Degree of Master of Laws shall consist of two parts, Part I and Part II and there will be an examination at the end of each year and LL.M. Part I examination at the end of the first year and LL.M. Part II examination at the end of the second year.
(2) A Candidate who has passed the Bachelor of Laws (P) degree examination of the University or an examination of some other University recognized by the Board of the management of the University as equivalent there to securing a minimum of 55% marks in the aggregate or a candidate who holds the LL.B. (P) degree and has also passed any of the Diploma courses of this University in the faculty of Law with 55% marks in the aggregate at the Diploma examination and there after perused a regular course of study in affiliated college for one academic year shall be eligible for admission to LL.M. Part I Examination.
(3) A candidate who having passed the LL.M. Part I Examination of this University has attended a regular course of study in an affiliated college for one academic year shall be eligible for admission to the LL.M. Part II Examination. Provided that a candidate who has obtained at least 40% marks in two papers or atleast 50% marks in one paper at the LL.M. Part I Examination may be provisionally admitted to the LL.M. Part II class and after attending a regular course of study for one year permitted to appear at the LL.M. Part II Examination, subject to the condition that along with the papers prescribed for the LL.M. Part II Examination, he will also re-appear and pass in paper or papers of LL.M. Part I Examination. Such a candidate as well as a candidate who having failed at the LL.M. Part II Examination reappears at the same, may reappear in such paper(s) as the choose for the purpose of marking up the aggregate of 50%, However, for passing the LL.M. Part I/LL.M. Part II Examination a candidate will be required to fulfil the condition of obtaining a minimum of 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in aggregate of all the papers at the LL.M. Part I and/ or LL.M. Part II Examination as the case may be, separately. The marks of the papers in which a candidate does not choose to reappear will be carried forward for the purpose of working out his result. The option once given by a candidate will be treated as final and no change shall be permitted sub-sequently.

Note: Actual marks obtained by a candidate for the paper or papers in which he re-appears shall be taken into account and the marks obtained earlier in the papers in which he has not re-appeared will be carried forward for working out his result.

NOTICE - Changes in Statutes/Ordinances/Rules/Regulation/Syllabi and Books may, from time to time, be made by amendment or remarking and a candidate shall except in so far as the University determines otherwise comply with any change that applies to years he has not completed at the time of change obtained by the candidate in each paper in the last attempt by him shall be taken into account.

O-257 (A)
(1) A Candidate who holds the degree of master of Law of this University or of any other University recognized as equivalent to the Master of Laws degree of this University may be permitted to appear at the LL.M. Part II Examination in any branch in which he has not already qualified for the Master of Laws degree without having undergone regular course of study and if successful, will be given a certificate to that effect. For a pass, a candidate shall be required to secure 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in the aggregate of all the papers prescribed for the examination.
(2) A candidate who desires to enter for the examination under this Ordinance must submit his application on prescribed form. The application shall be accompanied with the requisite amount of examination fee and shall be forwarded by the Principal of a college affiliated to the University for the LL.M. Course.

Notes: - (1) Candidates appearing in an additional optional group of a subject shall be required to pass the examination in all the papers of the Group before being declared successful in the examination.
(2) Such candidate will not be allowed to offer dissertation in lieu of one paper.

O-258 (A)
Scheme for LL.M. Examination (Annual)
In order to be declared successful at the LL.M. Part I and LL.M. Part II Examination a candidate shall be required to obtain at least 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in the aggregate of all the papers prescribed for the examination. Division shall be awarded on the combined result of LL.M. Part I and LL.M. II examinations. All successful candidates who obtain 66% marks of the total aggregate shall be placed in First Division and those who obtain not less than 50% but below 66% of the total aggregate marks shall be placed in Second division