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.
A Candidate who has taken Bachelor's & Master's degree in Arts/Science/Commerce/ Medicine/ Management/Engineering/Nursing/Agricultral or the degree of Shastri / Acharya or the Degree Ayurvedacharya / Ayurveda Brihaspati,B.B.A., BCA, BPE, 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.
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 accordance with rules made there by the
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 we admitted to the first year examination of the LL.B. (P) or LL.B.(A) course depending on the course he/she has taken.