|01 Jan, 2020 - 10 Jul, 2020||CLAT Common Law Admission Test - Application | Mode: Online|
|22 Aug, 2020||CLAT Common Law Admission Test - Exam | Mode: Online|
- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 5 Years
B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) Five-Year Integrated Degree Course Academic Curriculum of the University is inspired by the University Grants Commission (UGC) Curriculum Development Committee Report (CDCR) wherein the recommendations of the CDC report and the Bar Council of India (BCI) guidelines have been considered as the basic parameters to bring it in consonance with trends of globalization, pluralism and social integration. Clinical legal education is an integral component of the academic curriculum of the university through which students understand how to appreciate practical socio-economic and legal issues and help the needy. The course curriculum promotes inter-disciplinary approach with integration between law, social sciences and humanities.
The University follows the semester system with six working days in a week, a minimum of 90 working days in a semester; and 180 days in an academic year in addition to examinations. The University introduced Choice- Based Credit Based System (CBCS) for an undergraduate degree course. The students are required to earn a total of 200 credit points spread out through the course of five years; however, the students shall be allowed to earn more credits from the courses offered by the external experts from time to time. Further, course structure is designed to impart 42 (forty-two) compulsory papers, 02 (two) clinical papers and 06 (six) optional papers. A wide range of optional papers would also be offered to the students.
The scheme of examination for undergraduate degree course includes an end-semester examination for 50 marks; mid-semester examination for 30 marks; a research project for 10 marks, presentation for 10 marks. The academic performance of the students on a continuing basis shall be evaluated on a 10 (Ten) point scale with corresponding grade values.
The admission will be as per CLAT entrance examination.
- There will be no upper age limit for UG Programme in CLAT.
- As regards the minimum percentage of marks in the qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2 or an equivalent examination), the candidates must have secured:
- Forty-five percent (45%) marks or its equivalent grade in case of candidates belonging to General/OBC/PWD/NRI/PIO/OCI categories
- Forty Percent (40%) marks or equivalent in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST categories.
- Candidates who are appearing in the qualifying examination in March/April are also eligible to appear in CLAT examination. However, they shall be required to produce evidence of their passing the qualifying examination at the time of admission, failing which they shall lose their right to be considered for admission.
- The result of the qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2) shall be submitted by the candidate at the time of admission failing which the candidate shall be ineligible for admission to the Course.
- In case of equal marks, the break of tie shall be by the following procedure and order as under:
- Higher marks in the component /section on legal aptitude in the CLAT exam;
- Higher age;
- Computerized draw of lots.