Examination RulesBachelor of Laws (Three Year) Course (New Scheme)
Bachelor of Laws
(3 years) Course
There shall be a 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, practical and class performance during the session and examination shall be conducted through written papers, practical and viva-voce at the end of each year.
All students would be admitted to LL.B. Ist year professional course only and those who like to take admission in LL.B. Ist year academic course will have to apply separately. Those who do not apply separately, would be deemed to have been admitted to the professional course.
The instructions shall be provided in each paper of LL.B. I, II and III year for 3 hours a week.
1 A candidate who has taken the bachelor's or the master's degree in Arts / Science / Commerce / Medicine / Management / Engineering / Nursing / Agriculture or the degree of Shastri Acharya or the degree of Ayurvedacharya / Ayurveda Brihaspati 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% marks (Excluding any concessional marks) in the aggregate prescribed for the examination for the aforesaid degree shall be eligible for admission to LL.B. First Year Course.
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.
Candidate who have passed their qualifying examination with full course in one attempt or in parts or as private candidate or by correspondence, will also be eligible for admission to the LL.B. Ist year course class provided they secure minimum percentage of marks as prescribed above.
2. The candidates are compulsorily required to appear in the RULET to be conducted by the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
Provided further that the condition of the obtaining a minimum of 45% marks in the aggregate at the qualifying examination to the Natural Born sons / daughter of parents belonging to Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribes / OBC shall be as per rules.
Each theory paper in LL.B. I, II and III year shall be of 100 marks. 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 Practical Written Examination of 80 marks and Part "B" shall be of viva-voce of 20 marks. A candidate shall be required to pass separately in practical written and viva-voce Examinations.
(i) Whenever any option(s) in any paper has been provided in the syllabus of LL.B. I, II and III year, the Principal or the Head of the Unit will determine at the beginning of each session the option or the options in which instructions will be provided during the session. The choice of the candidate will be limited to the options so provided for instructions.
(ii) A candidate may opt for one additional option paper at LL.B. I/ II/ III year examination, if permitted by the Principal or 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 own risk and the marks obtained therein will not be counted while working out his result but will be shown in the marks-sheet separately. For a pass in such paper, the candidate has to secure atleast 36% marks.
According to Ordinance – 253 – C
A candidate who is declared eligible for appearing at supplementary examination at LL.B. I/II/III year (P/A) class will be allowed provisional admission to next class i.e. II/III year. Such candidate will be permitted three more attempts for clearing the previous examination. In the event of his failing at three such supplementary examinations, such candidate will have to appear in previous failing examination as an Ex-student in all the papers prescribed for the course.
Regulation 21 – A
(1) For a pass, in each of the LL.B. I year, II year (Academic/Professional) examination and LL.B. III year (Professional) examination, a candidate must obtain not less than 36% marks in each paper (theory and practical separately) and 48% marks in aggregate of theory and practical papers prescribed for the examination concerned provided further that:
(i) A candidate who fails at the LL.B. First Year/Second Year or Third Year Examinations and has obtained not less than 36% marks in atleast 5 theory papers and practical or 6 theory papers shall be permitted to reappear in one or two theory papers and practical, or at the most three theory papers of his choice at the immediately following supplementary examination.
(ii) Actual marks obtained by a candidate in the papers in which he reappears in the supplementary examination, will be taken into account alongwith earlier marks of other papers for working out his result.
(2) Of the successful candidates, those who secure 60% or more marks shall be placed in the first division and the rest in the Second Division.
Note : For detailed scheme of examination in each year, the students are advised to see the relevant ordinance, rules and regulations of the University as amended from time to time.
1. 49% of the total number of the seats will be reserved for NATURAL BORN sons / daughters of parents belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes and OBC in the ratio of 16%:12%:21%, respectively.
2. 3% of total number of seats will be reserved for physically handicapped candidates defined as Deaf / Dumb / Blind / Loss of any limb with permanent disability.
3. All Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes and OBC candidates who have passed the qualifying examination for admission may be arranged in order of merit amongst themselves.
4. Those who have secured marks above the level up to which general category students are admitted will not be counted towards reserved quota at all and will be included in the General Merit List of Admission.
5. Excluding those admitted on merit alongwith General Candidates as at 4 above, other Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes candidates will be admitted in order of merit going down the inter se merit list up to the point necessary to secure adequate number of candidates of scheduled caste as well as Scheduled Tribes to fulfill the reservation percentage completely.
6. Candidates belongings to SC., ST., and OBC categories will required to produce a certificate to the effect from a District Magistrate / Tehsildar / Sub- Divisional Magistrate without which their cases will not be considered under the above provisions.
7. Candidates claiming reservation under physically handicapped category above shall be required to furnish a certificate in original from the Principal, S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur / Director, Rehabilitation Research Centre / Head of the Department concerned of S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur. To such candidates, a relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum percentage of marks for admission shall be admissible.
B.A.,LL.B. (5 years)
• B.A.,LL.B. (5 year) Integrated course is of 10 semesters (5 year) duration.
• The medium of instruction is English only.
• There would be 2 tests in each semester and 5% marks would be allocated on the basis of performance in these tests.
• There would be project and viva/presentation thereon which would be the basis of 10% marks.
• There would be Moot Courts/Seminars/Conferences which would be the basis of 5% marks on the performance decided by the teachers.
• 80% marks would be depending upon Semester Examination conducted by the University based on whole syllabus prescribed for the subject.
• A candidate by securing 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in the aggregate i.e. 250 marks and above in all papers, shall be promoted to next Semester. Further he shall be eligible for next Semester (EFNS) by securing at least 150 marks in 3 papers. He may clear remaining due papers in forthcoming Examination of the same Semester in accordance with the above. A candidate who has appeared in any one semester term examination and the result has not been declared may be eligible for provisional admission to the next semester if the teaching has commenced but such provisional admission shall stand cancelled if he could not get the requisite eligibility on the declaration of his result of the term examination in which he has appeared.
Vidyasthali Law College is a self-financing Institution affiliated to the University of Rajasthan To impart qualitative instructions for the degree of LL.B. (Three-year) course