Examination & Attendance Criteria

1. The examination in each semester shall be conducted in two parts:

A. Internal assessment will be of 40 marks as under:-

a. Midterm written test including in-between snap tests, viva-voce on project and on memorials if any will carry 35 marks.

b. A maximum of 5 marks shall be awarded for attending classes (Including practical’s) regularly as per the following norms:

95% or more attendance                                                   -                     5 Marks

90% or more but less than 95% attendance                   -               4 Marks

85% or more but less than 90% attendance                   -               3 Marks

80% or more but less than 85% attendance                   -               2 Marks

75% or more but less than 80% attendance                   -               1 Marks                 

B. University End Term Examination carrying 60 marks.

2. The practical examination shall be evaluated out of 100 marks. The distribution of marks of Practical/clinical course in VII, VIII, IX & X semesters shall be as under:

(i)       Drafting: 50 marks (inclusive of 5 marks for viva-voce), Conveyancing: 50 marks (inclusive of 5 marks for viva-voce)

(ii)     Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System shall carry 50 marks for written test, 45 marks for project & 5 marks for viva-voce.

(iii)    Alternate Dispute Resolution shall carry 50 marks for written test, 45 marks for project & 5 marks for viva-voce.

(iv)    Moot Court exercises shall carry 30 marks, the report on actual trials witnessed by the student 30 marks, the diary and records maintained by the students in respect of Interviewing techniques 10 marks, pre-trial preparation 10 marks and internship 10 marks & the viva voce examination on the above three components 10 marks.

3. The entire course has to be completed within a maximum of eight (08) year from the date of original admission in the course.

Attendance Rules

The students are expected to attend the classes and should not have less than 75 % attendance in theory as well as in practical classes, wherever held, to become eligible to appear for the university examination. Short fall in attendance can, however be conducted in deserving cases to the extent of 10% by the Principal. If the short fall is more than 10% but not more than 15%, the Principal may recommend deserving cases to the Vice Chancellor for condonation. The order of the Vice Chancellor in this regard shall be final.