Three-Year LL.B. Course
These regulations shall be called the regulations relating to LL.B. 3 year Degree Course in Law.
Eligibility for admission :
Three-Year LL.B Course (Six Semester Course): A candidate aspiring to get admission for the Three-Year LL.B. Course of the college is required to be a graduate (10+2+3 pattern) from any discipline with 45% marks in the aggregate. For SC/ST candidates, he/she is required to be a graduate (10+2+3 pattern) with 40% marks in the aggregate and, for OBC candidates, he/she is required to have graduation with not less than 42% Marks.
Candidates who have appeared in the final examination for graduation under 10+2+3 patterns or its equivalent may also get the admission, but he/she has to submit final mark sheet/ certificate before the last date of registration of the University. However, the admission of such candidates shall be cancelled if after admission it appears that he/she has failed to secure 45 % marks (40% marks for SC/ST candidates and42% Marks for OBC candidates) at the graduate level.
DURATION OF COURSE:
The duration of the course shall be of theree years comprising of 6 (six) semesters.
No student shall be allowed to take the end semester written examination if the student concerned has not attended minimum 75 % of the classes held in the subject concerned as also moot court exercises, practical training etc. taken together.
The subjects and papers for the course shall be prescribed by the Vidyasagar University from time to time in accordance with the rules of the Bar Council of India.
EXAMINED PAPERS :
Each paper carries 100 marks of which a substantial proportion (80 marks) is earmarked and determined by the Vidyasagar University End-Semester written examination and the result of which is determined in accordance with the assessment procedures as fixed by the University from time to time.The remaining portion (20 marks) of each paper is evaluated internally by the college as per the guidelines given by the University. The whole Assessment of performance is conducted in accordance with the broad guidelines laid down by the Bar Council of India