Regulations governing the 3 Year LL.B Course
Eligibility For Admission
An applicant who has graduated in any discipline of knowledge from a University established by an Act of Parliament or by a State Legislature or an equivalent National Institution recognized as a deemed University or Foreign University recognized as equivalent to the status of an Indian University by an authority competent to declare equivalence, may apply for 3 year degree course in Law.
For admission to the 3 Year LL.B Course, a person shall possess a Degree of any University with a minimum percentage of 45% in the Degree Examinations and 40% in case of SC and ST applicants. The student should have undertaken 10+2+3 pattern of studies.
3 Year LL.B
5 Year B.A LL.B
5 Year B.COM LL.B
Student seeking admission to the first Year should submit the following documents at the time of admission:
- Original Marks card of the SSLC/10th class, P.U.C/12th/10+2, and of Degree with one set of photocopies.
- Convocation/Degree Certificate.
- Transfer Certificate from previous Institution.
- Migration Certificate for students from outside Karnataka State.
- Seven Passport size photographs.
Reservation: Reservation for the SC/ST and other backward classes shall be made in accordance with the directions of Government in force from time to time.
Scheme of Examination
Scheme of examination for each paper is 80 + 20. University examination for 80 marks for 3 hours duration and internal assessment for 20 marks will be conducted in the college as per university circular.
Standard of Passing
No candidate shall be declared to have passed the examination of any semester unless he/she has obtained a minimum of 40% of marks in each of the paper.
Candidates passing the examination of all the semester as provided above shall be awarded following classes:
- Student Securing 40% and above but less than 50% shall be declared as Pass Class.
- Those students securing 50% and above but less than 60% of the aggregate of the total marks prescribed for the examination shall be placed in Second Class.
- Those students securing 60% and above but less than 70% shall be placed in First Class.
- Cash price of Rs.10,000/- will be awarded for students who score 85% to 95%.
- Students who secure 95% and above in PUC and Degree examination are fully exempted from paying admission fees (have to pay only university fees) at the time of admission to 1st Year Law Courses.
- The rank of a candidate at LL.B. examination shall be declared on the basis of the marks secured in all the papers of all the 6 semesters’ examinations (excluding clinical course marks). No candidate shall be eligible for a rank unless he/she has passed each of the examinations, i.e., each of I to X semesters in first attempt.