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A candidate shall be permitted one main and three due papers attempts in LL.B. I/II/III year examinations respectively to clear all his papers of LL.B. I/II./III year examinations. If he fails in LL.B. I/II./III year examination consecutively three times, he will have to appear in all the papers of LL.B. I/II./III year examination as Ex-student respectively and the same principle will again apply afresh. While passing LL.B. I/II./III year examination in the due paper examination the marks obtained by the candidate will be counted as under :
- If the candidate has not secured 48% marks in aggregate in six papers, but has obtained at least 36% marks in each of them at the LL.B. I/II./III year main examination then for working out his result only those marks, as obtained by him in the due paper will be counted up to the extent that his overall aggregate of 9 papers becomes 48% irrespective of the higher marks obtained by him in the paper(s).
- If the candidate has already secured 48% marks in the aggregate in six papers, at the LL.B. I/II./III year main examination then for working out his result only those marks as obtained by him in the due papers not exceeding 48% is average of the papers he appeared in due papers will be counted irrespective of the higher marks obtained by him in the due paper(s).
- Due paper examination will be held every year after the LL.B. Examination.
- Non-appearance at the following examination shall be counted as an attempt for the purpose of counting the chance.
- One main and three due paper chances will be given to existing students and relevant ordinance and regulations will be applicable to them.
Note : For details, scheme of examination in each year, the students are advised to see the relevant ordinances, rules and regulations of the University as amended from time to time.