The Bar Council of India has accepted the recommendations of its panel stating that LLB examinations will be allowed to be conducted in view of the availability of resources by the resource and the situation of the Kovid-1p epidemic in a particular area.
A panel headed by former Allahabad High Court Chief Justice Govind Mathur has recommended that every university and legal education center should conduct examinations for intermediate and final year law students at its discretion based on the availability of resources and its own discretion. The impact of Kovid-19 in that area, a BCI press release said on Thursday.
Considering that it is compulsory for all law schools to conduct final examination, the committee further said that universities / legal education centers are free to determine the type of / online / offline, fly / blended / open, open book examination / assignment based examination (assessment / research papers). . As the regulator of legal education in the country, the BCI deliberately formed a high-level committee of experts on the issue of mode of examination, assessment and mode of promotion in view of the unprecedented situation faced by intermediate LLB students. Epidemic.
The committee was also asked to consider evaluating the mode of examination before awarding degrees for final year law students. The apex body said the committee also recommended that universities and legal education centers should ensure adequate time intervals between regular and backlog examinations so as not to inconvenience students.
The Committee unanimously agreed that the Universities / Legal Education Centers are free to set up assessment / examination modalities for BT and for awarding of low degree and for conducting the examination. BCI secretary Shrimanto Sen said in a press release that the council has considered the report submitted on June 8 and the committee has decided to fully accept the committee’s report.
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