(a) LL. B. Three Year degree course shall be of three years'
duration spread over six semesters.
(b) Each Academic Year shall be divided into two Semesters.
(c) Each Semester shall consist of 18 weeks.
(d) The papers and the syllabus shall be as given in the
Schedule appended to these Regulations.
INSTRUCTIONS & TRAINING
(a) Instructions and training for the course shall be not
less than 30 class-hours per week including tutorials, moot
room exercise and seminars provided there shall be atleast
24 lecture hours per week.
(b) There shall be for each paper four class hours of one
hour duration each and one hour of tutorial/moot court/project
work per week.
(c) Each registered student shall have completed minimum
of 12 weeks of internship during the entire period of legal
studies under NGO, Trial and Appellate Advocates, Judiciary,
Legal Regulatory authorities, Legislatures and Parliament,
other Legal Functionaries, Market Institutions, Law Firms,
Companies and Local Self Government.
(d) The internship in any year cannot be for a continuous
period of more than Four Weeks and all students shall at
least gone through once in the entire academic period with
Trial and Appellate Advocates.
(e) Each students shall keep internship diary in the form
stipulated by the University and the same shall be evaluated
by the Guide in Internship and also a Core Faculty member
of the staff each time. The total marks shall be assessed
in the Final Semester of the course in the 4th Clinical
paper as stipulated under the Schedule appended to these
A College or Department shall be deemed to be working whole
time if the working time of the College or University Department
extends to at least eight hours continuously on every working
day comprising of class room teaching of four periods, each'period
being of one hour duration and the remaining four hours
devoted to clinical, curricular and co-curricular activities.
ELIGIBILIGY CRITERIA FOR
(a) 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
recognised as a Deemed to be University or Foreign University
recognised as equivalent to the status of an Indian University
by an authority competent to declare equivalence, may apply
for three year degree course in law leading to the conferment
of LL.B. degree on successful completion of the regular
programme conducted under these Regulations.
(b) Minimum percentage of marks in qualifying examination
shall not be below 45% (44.5% and above shall be treated
as 45%) of total marks in case of general category applicants
and 40% of total marks in case of SC and ST applicants.
(c) Maximum age for seeking admission is limited to thirty
years in case of general category of applicants and to thirty
five years in the case of applicants from SC, ST and other
backward communities as on 15th June.
Admission to the course shall be made strictly on the basis
of the merit.•
Provided that while making admission to the course reservation
policy of the Government of Karnataka governing admission
to higher educational institutions issued from time to time
shall be applied.
(a) No College or Department of Studies in Law authorised
to impart education in the LL.B. degree course shall admit
more than 60 students in one division.
(b) The University shall reserve the right to prescribe
the number of divisions in each Law College or the Department
of Studies in Law.
TUITION AND OTHER FEES
Candidate seeking admission to the LL. B. degree course
and those admitted to such course shall pay the tuition
and other fees as prescribed by the University from time
(a) Candidates admitted to the LL. B. course shall have
to attend 06 Semester courses spread over 3 years.
(b) In each Semester, the students shall have to study
the courses prescribed by the University in these Regulations.
(c) The course descriptions shall be, as set out from
time to time, in the Schedule.
THE MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION
In the LL. B. degree course shall be English. However,
the examinees shall have the option to answer the question
papers in the examination either in English or in Kannada.
No student shall be permitted to appear for the end-of-semester
examination in a given course unless he/she has, to the
satisfaction of the course teacher, fulfilled the course
requirements and has put in not less than 70% attendance
in the course concerned.
Provided that a student who has attended not less than
65% of classes in each of the subjects prescribed may be
permitted to keep the term for reasons to be recorded in
writing and to the satisfaction of the Principal of the
College or the Dean of the Faculty as the case may be.
(a) Every student shall be promoted to the next higher class
irrespective of the fact that he has failed in any of the
papers prescribed for the study.
(b) Students are required to successfully complete the
entire course within six years from admission to the course.
AWARD OF THE DEGREE
A student shall be eligible for the award of the LL. B.
(Bachelor of Laws) Degree after he/she has successfully
completed all the prescribed courses in all the semesters
and provided his or her character and conduct are found
to be satisfactory during the course.
AWARD OF CLASSES
The award of classes shall be as under:
a) 70% and more
First Class with Distinction
b) 60% and above but less than 70% First
c) 50% and above but less than 60%
d) 40% and above but less than 50% Pass
REMOVAL OF DIFFICULTY
If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions
of this Regulation the Vice Chancellor may by order of notification
do anything which appears to him necessary for the purpose
of removing the difficulty.
Every such order so notified shall as soon as may be after
its notification, be laid before the Academic Council and
Syndicate for approval.