Examination System

The University follows the semester system with two semesters in each academic year

  • Each course in a semester has a credit system depending on the contact hours provided to that course. The autumn semester begins in August, while the spring semester begins in January each year.
  • The numbers of teaching days are at least 90 days in a semester. This includes lectures, tutorials, practicals, projects, seminars, paper presentation, quiz and dissertation.
  • Field & Industrial Training are also organized to supplement the concepts.
  • Moot court sessions, visits to courts, attending and organizing legal aid camps are mandatory for law students.
  • Students shall be required to maintain an attendance of not less than 75% average in all the above teaching activities before being eligible for appearing in the examinations.
  • There shall be continuous assessment in the form of sessional examinations in addition to semester end examination.
  • The marks or grade obtained in sessional and semester-end examinations shall be shown separately in the grade card along with percentile ranking.
  • The University has a moderation system in place for checks and controls on marks or grades, awarded in sessional work and examinations.
  • The candidates are expected to have a thorough study, understanding and knowledge of the entire syllabus. The examination question papers are so framed so as to ensure that no part of the syllabus is left out of study by a student.
  • The University also lays stress on overall personality development and sensitivity towards national/international concerns by running non-credit course which the students are required to pass as an essential requirement to get the degree.
  • Feedback is obtained by the employers from the students and the alumni to continually improve the course content as well as the evaluation system.
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